"Same Side" as written by Klaus Eichstadt, Whitfield Crane and Cordell Crockett....
It doesn't matter who you are
Or what you're gonna be
People from all walks of life
You gotta have diversity
We're all in this together
And together we shall be
You gotta be a friendly neighbor
If you're gonna live next to me
We're all

Livin' on the same side
Same side of town
Walkin' down the same streets
The streets that are all around

You could be my brother
Or you could be my friend
But don't turn your back on me
Cause we'll be here 'til the end
Yeah, we're all in this together
And we all have that dream
To live in perfect harmony
Like a family that's the scene
Yeah, we're all...

Livin' on the same side
Same side of town
Walkin' down the same streets
The Streets that are all around
Livin' on the same side
Same side of town
Shufflin' to the same beat
The beat that's all around

Stumblin' down on D.P., keggers all around,
Laughin' at the police as they try to take us down
Hangin' with each other, yeah hangin' with our bro's
We all love one another, from our heads down to our toes

Lyrics submitted by Mordred

"Same Side" as written by Klaus Eichstadt Cordell Crockett

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    General CommentI think that this is about being one with everybody. Just chillin' out and loving life.

    I love the bass solo thingy.
    JAStewarton January 23, 2005   Link
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    General CommentThis song describes heaven...
    Negrumon April 06, 2007   Link
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    General CommentI could be wrong but it's a song how we all should just live with each other, without hate, prejudice and racism. It's the song with a strong funk sound, usually more connected to black music, showing that they "shufflin' to the same beat" even though the musicians are white. It's a good song.
    ShadowAngel85on February 09, 2012   Link

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