"Your Every Color" as written by Scott Michael Underwood, Robert S Hotchkiss, Charles Colin, Pat Monahan and James W Stafford....
I can see the red, white and free in you
You light the night up like the moon
And underneath your clouds, I see the blue

You're hopeless 'cause you tell the truth
The stars are jealous of your shine
If you were mine
There's not a thing I wouldn't do

You're black and beautiful, yellow, tan
You're white as light and soft as sand
With greens and greys and oh for days
A silver lining on the way you cover everyone
Just like a morning sun
You turn me into someone I would rather be

Oh I love your every color
Oh I love your everything
You wear the day around you
Like it's yours to stay around you
Maybe I could stay around you too
If that's alright with you

You're coffee brown and bubble gum pink
And oh I think the shade of you is on the brink
Of changing all the ways I see the world
I could drown inside a single drop
Of all the kinds of things you got
And all the kinds of things I'm not

Might just give me a chance to see
From way up where you are
Above the silent stars
Just dancing in the sky

You're better than any rainbow
You're brighter than the sun
You look like my first day of summer
When my spring is on the run
You're gold and more gold
And you're platinum too
With snow toned, copper attitude
I don't know what I'd do without you
I don't know what I'll do about you


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"Your Every Color" as written by Charlie Colin Charles Colin

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    General CommentThis is one of my personal favorites of Train...When I feel sad or lonely, this song, along with the many other Train songs, just cheers me up. This song makes you feel better as a person, no matter who you are. In this song, Pat describes the many different personality traits or "colors" or a person, and no matter what color they are they are wonderful.
    gabbytmwon April 30, 2004   Link
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    General Commentone of train's best.
    bitterglasson February 25, 2005   Link
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    General Commentgreat song.off the best traion album yet,bar none. this song is about a girl pat knows who lights up everyones life that they are around. pat wants to be close to this person because she brings out the best in him. he says "maybe i could stay around you too, if thats alright with you"
    nyi22789on December 31, 2006   Link

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