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Yoko Ono – Whatever Gets You Through The Night lyrics

One, two, three, four!

Alright, alright

Whatever gets you through the night,
It'salright, alright.
Bet your money or your life,
It's alright, alright.
Don't need a sword to cut through flowers,
Oh no, oh no.

Whatever gets you through your life
It's alright, alright.
Do it wrong, do it wrong, do it right,
It's alright, alright.
Don't need a watch to waste your time,
Oh no, oh no.

Listen, listen,
Hold me, darlin', come on listen to me,
I won't do you no harm.
Trust me, darlin', come on, listen to me,
Come on, listen to me,
Listen, listen, baby, listen.

Alright.

Whatever gets you to the light,
It's alright, it's alright.
Out the blue or out of sight,
It's alright, alright.
Don't need a gun to blow your mind,
Oh no, no, no.

No! No!

Listen,
Hold me, darlin', come on listen to me,
I won't do you no harm.
Trust me, darlin', come on, listen to me,
Come on, listen to me,
Listen to me, listen to me.

Alright.

Do right, do right, do right, do right, do right, do right.

-"stop! ....sounded pretty active."

One, two, three, four.....



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