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Yoko Ono - Yes, I'm A Witch

Yoko Ono on April 05, 2011 13:17

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    Yes, I’m a witch I’m a bitch I don’t care what you say,
    My voice is real, my words speaks truth, I don’t fit in your ways.
    I’m not gonna die for you, you might as well face the truth
    I’m gonna stick around for quite a while.

    We’re gonna say we’re gonna try, we’re gonna try it our way.
    We’ve been repressed, we’ve been depressed, suppression all the way.
    We’re not gonna die for you, we’re not seeking vengeance
    But we’re not gonna kill ourselves for your convenience.

    Each time we don’t say what we wanna say, we’re dying.
    Each time we close our minds to how we feel, we’re dying.
    Each time we gotta do what we wanna do, we’re living.
    Each time we’re open to what we see and hear, we’re living.

    We’ll free you from the ghettos of your minds,
    We’ll free you from your fears and binds
    We know you want things to stay as it is
    It’s gonna change, baby.

    It’s gonna change, baby doll
    It’s gonna change, honey ball
    It’s gonna change, sugar cane
    It’s gonna change, sweetie legs
    So don’t try to make cock-pecked people out of us.

    Taken from the Yoko Ono album 'A Story'.
    Yoko Ono: vocals and background vocals
    Ken Ascher: keyboards
    Gordon Edwards: bass
    Arthur Jenkins: percussion
    Rick Marotta: drums
    Hugh McCracken: guitars
    David Spinozza: guitars
    Michael Brecker: tenor sax
    Randy Brecker: trumpet
    Lewis Del Gatto: baritone sax, bass clarinet;
    Alan Rubin: trumpet
    George Young: flutes, clarinet

    A Story is an album by Yoko Ono, recorded in 1974, during the "lost weekend" sessions in which John Lennon produced Walls And Bridges. The album went unreleased until the 1992 box set Onobox, which featured material from A Story on disc six. It only saw proper release as an individual album in 1997, with the re-issuing of Ono's back catalogue by Rykodisc.

    Release date: Jul 1, 1997


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