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OK Go – All Together Now (Official Video)

Directed by Damian Kulash, Jr.
Edited by Geoff Shelton
Produced by Geoff Shelton & OK Go

It’s all still the same
Everything’s untouched but forever changed
Oh, we’re all still the same
Everything’s untouched but forever changed

All those colors we painted yesterday 
They look so different now
And all those harmonies we sang yesterday
All sound so different somehow 
Though they’re all still the same
Everything’s untouched but forever changed

Everywhere on earth, every single soul, everyone there is, all together now
And everyone alone all together on the precipice
All that mattered then, all that matters now, all that matters after the world shuts down 
All of it dissolved all together in the chrysalis
Together in the chrysalis

Nothing changes until one day it does then there’s no going back 
Our best selves and our worst selves live in that moment there 
Sparring over who draws the new maps
And though their lines 
May look the same 
Everything depends on who wins that game

Everywhere on earth, every single soul, everyone there is, all together now
And everyone alone all together on the precipice
All that mattered then, all that matters now, all that matters after the world shuts down 
All of it dissolved all together in the chrysalis
Together in the chrysalis

And now the impossible’s happenin’ 
A million knots that we were told can’t be untied 
Would always hold all unraveling 
And even while the heavens fall
The fog’s still wrapped around us all 
And when it’s snuffed out every last star
We’ll see just who we are
 
All together now, all together now, all together alone in the chrysalis 
(We’re) all together now, all together now, all together alone in the chrysalis

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Written by Tag Brum

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