"All The Same" as written by and Robert Trondson Sean Dolan....
It was a dark day in September,
Dark clouds filled the skies.
And all that I remember
Was the neighbours asking why?
The blacks stepped off the Central,
The whites all stood and stared.
The schoolyard lay in silence...
The sounds of being scared.

We're all the same on the inside,
We're all the same in the end.
We're all the same on the inside,
On the inside we're all the same.

We stood in opposition,
Will never understand
The deeply rooted feelings
We discovered now and again.
The screams don't mean they're playing,
They're scrapping in the halls.
And we're not getting nowhere
When there is no trust at all.

We're all the same on the inside,
We're all the same in the end.
We're all the same on the inside,
On the inside we're all the same.

The neighbours say the neighbourhood is losing.
That the neighbours, they are moving.
It's all down hill from here,
Yes, it's all down hill from here.

We're all the same in our sadness,
We're all the same in our pain.
We're all the same under pressure,
On the inside, we're all the same.
We're all the same in Chicago,
We're all the same in L.A.
We're all the same in Phoenix,
On the inside we're all the same.

On the inside we're all the same,
On the inside we're all the same.
Yeah we're all, we're all, we're all the same,
Inside, we're all the same.


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"All the Same" as written by James Berry David Lund

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