We're all being segregated or sent to our different rooms to watch television that's geared only for adults, to be honest. There's very little fare -- outside of cartoons and a few things for children (and) I guess (some reality shows like) The Voice -- that can be watched by the entire family.
We're all beautiful golden sunflowers inside, we're all blessed by our own seed and golden hairy naked accomplishment (Sunflower Sutra).
We're all basically made of the same stuff: generosity and selfishness, goodness and greed.
We're all ants. I'm a glittery little ant.
We're all animals, that we all respond to the same stimuli. If you want to motivate somebody not to have premarital sex, or motivate black bears not to go diving into dumpsters, first you have to think about why they do it. Telling them to stop isn't going to help. There has to be some incentive for them to alter their behavior.
We're all animals, high school is animals, but some of us are more animal than others. Like in 'Animal Farm,' which I read, all animals are created equal, but some are more equal than others? Here in the real world, all equals are created animal, but some are more animal than others.
We're all animals, but we're a different sort of animal. Maybe they're better than us. They're more loyal. They're more pure. They're more simple. They're not neurotic. Well, there are some neurotic dogs.
We're all alone, no chaperone Can get our number The world's in slumber Let's misbehave.
We're all alone in this world.
We're all alive. We're all healthy. These are the good times.
We're all affected by music. It has the power to inspire, uplift us, change our moods, and even alter consciousness.