As I look from this stage at the hundreds of kids in this room with me
The truth is so plain and so obvious, I just can't help to see...
That all of us we are one and the same
Only different in our ages and our names

How many times have you heard that you're a bore, or you're no good ?
I know that all of us have been there, That's why we're all here joined as one

We don't need that shit!
This ain't no punk rock clique!
We're as one at the show,
And one after the show!

We don't need that shit!
This ain't no punk rock clique!
Acceptance at the show!
And then after the show!

Society says that we're crazy
With Utopian unreal goals
But we're fighting for something we truly believe
And all I can say is I'm glad we do, we do
And they can say what they want, because our hearts, are true

What we've had through these years has been so unforgettable
And what we've had through these years has been so unbelievable
What we've had through these years has been so unforgettable
And what we've had through these years has been so unbelievable

We don't need that shit!
This ain't no punk rock clique!
We're as one at the show,
And one after the show !

We don't need that shit!
This ain't no punk rock clique!
We're equal at the show,
And then after the show!

It's what we want to do!


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No Difference Lyrics as written by Patrick C. Bollinger Christopher Lee Barker

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    I love this song, I love when it is describing the unity and love in the shows, and then saying that the unity doesn't have to end there, and that it is ok to strive for goals of unting people and spreading peace and tolerance. This is a great song.

    Madcappunkon April 17, 2003   Link
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    I can not believe there is only one comment here! On one level this song is so uplifting. This song lets me know that I'm not the only one who feels unwanted and looked down upon by society...but even if your not one for annalizing lyrics, this song is catchy as fuck.

    frankenzestyon April 20, 2008   Link

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