"Black and Whites" as written by and Craig M Wiseman....
So many choices in my life these days
So much confusion, so many shades of gray
Sometimes I don't know, my left from my right
But I've got these old black and whites

Well I'm every color that you can paint
A father, a lover, a mother, and a sinner and a saint
From Sunday mornin', to Saturday night
I've got these old black and whites

Under the spotlight or all alone at midnight
I know I'm right where I belong
It always unwinds me, it finds me, then reminds me
That life, is as simple as a song

Lovers they come and surely they go
They fly you so high say hello say goodbye
They leave you low
But that's all right here in these songs that I write
All right here on these old black and whites

Under the spotlight or all alone at midnight
I know I'm right where I belong
It always unwinds me, it finds me and reminds me
That life is as simple as a song

So roll over Bethoven, cause old Phil could use a little room
I may be out of time, I may be out of tune
But you know how it feels to pour out your life
Right here on these old black and whites
Livin' life in black and white


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