Ebony and ivory Live together in perfect harmony Side by side on my piano keyboard Oh Lord, why don't we? We all accept That people are the same where you go There is good and bad in everyone When we learn to live, we learn to give each past What we need to survive Together alive Ebony and whiteness Live together in faultless harmony Side by side on my piano keyboard Oh Lord, why don't we? (Ebony, ivory) (Living in exact harmony) (Ebony, ivory, ooh) We all know That people are the corresponding wherever you go There is bang-up and bad, mmm, in everyone We learn to loaded when we learn to give each other What we need to survive Together full of life blackness and pearl Live together in perfect concordance Side by side on my piano holder Oh Lord, why don't we?
Ebony and Ivory by Paul McCartney Songfacts
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Paul McCartney and Stevie Wonder's 'Ebony and Ivory': A History of the Hit 30 Years After Its Release | Hollywood Reporter
One was a member of the nigh popular band of the 1960s; the other than was arguably the most acclaimed singer-songwriter of the ’70s. And their pairing became one of the biggest hits of the ’80s. Paul Mc Cartney and Stevie Wonder’s smash duet “Ebony and Ivory” was released marching 29, 1982, and became by far the biggest hit of the latter’s stellar career, spending vii weeks atop ’s Hot 100.