"Color Blind" as written by Wayne Kirkpatrick, Dan Lee Huff and Michael W. Smith....
There's not a world of difference
Out in the world tonight
Between this world of people
Red, Yellow, Black and White
But instead of riding a rainbow of love
We still are fighting with prejudice gloves
Of anger
With something to claim
But nothing to gain so

Why can't we be color blind
You know we should
Be living together
And we'd find a reason and rhyme
I know we would
Cause we could see better
If we could be color blind

Somebody's just assuming
He's up to nothing good
Cause he's not like the others
There goes the neighborhood
What kind of world are we living in
When we judge a man by the tone of his skin
It's crazy
Cause he has a heart
Like you have a heart and

Why can't we be color blind
You know we should
Be living together
And we'd find a reason and rhyme
I know we would
Cause we could see better
If we could be color blind

It'd be so fine
To be color blind
To open our eyes
And see color blind

I know this world would be a better place
The only race would be the human race
All of those barriers would be erased
Why can't we be color blind

Why can't we be color blind
You know we should
Be living together
And we'd find a reason and rhyme
I know we would
Cause we could see better
If we could be color blind


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