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I love dancing. I think it's better to dance than to march through life.
I love dancing. I think it's better to dance than to march through life.

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We protested for rights & for peace in the 60s & 70s
I am proud we are still together and doing it with love
Love & peace will win.
love, yoko
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Ritchie Yorke, Rest in Peace.
love, yoko
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#WOMANPOWER
At the NYC #WomensMarch with dear Whoopi Goldberg 
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WOMAN POWER
You've heard of Woman Nation
Well, that's coming, baby
What we need is the power of trust
It's coming

You've heard of the law of selection
That's how we're gonna do it, baby
We allow men who wanna join us
The rest can just stay by themselves

Woman Power

Two thousand years of male society
Laying fear and tyranny
Seeking grades and money
Clinging to values vain and phony

Woman Power

Do you know that one day you lost your way, man?
Do you know that some day you have to pay, man?
Have you anything to say, man
Except, "Make no mistake about it, I'm the president, you hear?
I wanna make one thing clear, I'm the president, you hear?"

Woman Power

You don't hear them singing songs
You don't see them living life
'Cause they've got nothing to say
But, "Make no mistake about it, I'm the president, you hear?
I wanna make one thing clear, I'm the president, you hear?"

Woman Power

You may be the president now
You may still be a man
But you must also be a human
So open up and join us in living

Woman Power

Coming age of feminine society
We'll regain our human dignity
We'll lay some truth and clarity
And bring back nature's beauty

Woman Power

Every woman has a song to sing
Every woman has a story to tell
Make no mistake about it, brothers
We women have the power to move mountains

Woman Power

Did you have to cook the meals?
Did you have to knit?
Did you have to care for life instead of killing?
Theres no mistake about it, sisters
We women have the power to change the world

Woman Power

© 1973 Yoko Ono
Original version from the album 'Feeling The Space'
Get the CD from Amazon at bit.ly/yo-fts
2015 Remixes available on iTunes at bit.ly/ono-wp1 and bit.ly/ono-wp2




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THE FEMINIZATION OF SOCIETY by Yoko Ono, February 1972
The ultimate goal of female liberation is not just to escape from male oppression. How about liberating ourselves from our various mind trips such as ignorance, greed, masochism, fear of God and social conventions? It’s hard to so easily dismiss the importance of paternal influence in this society, at this time. Since we face the reality that, in this global village, there is very little choice but to coexist with men, we might as well find a way to do it and do it well.

Read more at http://IMAGINEPEACE.com

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I feel very sad. "Magic Alex" Mardas was a good friend to both John and I. He was not just talented, he had a big heart.
love, yoko
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MESSAGE FROM YOKO ONO

Dear Friends,
I just found out that ONO - HELL IN PARADISE (2016)
is going to be my 13th NUMBER ONE on
The Billboard Dance Club Chart (1/28/17)

I’m a lucky gal!

Thankyou, thankyou, thankyou
to the artists who helped remix the song,
the DJs playing it in the clubs,
and most of all, to all of you
who enjoy dancing with me!

Let’s keep dancing!

love,
yoko
13 Jan 2017

Hell In Paradise 2016 - OUT NOW on iTunes:
Part 1: http://bit.ly/ONO-HIP1
Part 2: http://bit.ly/ONO-HIP2
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This is for our sisters all over the world
Join us on 21 Jan at https://www.womensmarch.com
love, yoko

O SISTERS O SISTERS

We lost our green land, we lost our clean air
We lost our true wisdom and we live in despair

Sisters, O, Sisters
Let's stand up right now
It's never too late to start from the start

Wisdom, O Wisdom
That's what we ask for
And yes, my dear sisters
We must learn to ask.

Wisdom, O Wisdom
That's what we ask for
That's what we live for now.

Sisters, O Sisters
Let's wake up, right on
It's never too late
To shout from our hearts.

Freedom, O Freedom
That's what we fight for
And yes, my dear sisters
We must learn to fight.

Freedom, O Freedom
That's what we ask for
That's what we live for now.

Sisters, O Sisters
Let's give up no more
It's never too late
To build a New World.

New World, O New World
That's what we live for
And yes, my dear sisters
We must learn to live.

New World, O New World
That's what we live for
That's what we must now learn to build.

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Yoko Ono, John Lennon, Jerry Rubin, Chris Osborne & Eddie Mottau.

Attica State prison riots benefit concert
Apollo Theater, Harlem, New York
17 December 1971.

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