Glass Onion [Version]

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I told you about strawberry fields 
You know the place where nothing is real
Well here's another place you can go
 Where everything flows.

 Looking through the bent-backed tulips 
To see how the other half live
 Looking through a glass onion.

I told you about the walrus and me, man
You know we're as close as can be, man
Well here's another clue for you all
The walrus was Paul.

 Standing on the cast iron shore, yeah
Lady Madonna trying to make ends meet, yeah
 Looking through the glass onion

Oh yeah, oh yeah, oh yeah
 Looking through the glass onion.

I told you about the fool on the hill
I tell you man he's living there still 
Well here's another place you can be
 Listen to me.

 Fixing a hole in the ocean  Trying to make a dove-tail joint, yeah
 Looking through a glass onion.

Written by: JOHN LENNON, PAUL MCCARTNEY

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