"Black and White" as written by Michael Hutchence and Andrew Charles Farriss....
How many times will man be burned
Before he realizes the lessons he must learn
How many dreams will blow out in time
Before they have their chance to shine

And I say whoa, whoa, come sing with me
And I say whoa, whoa, I...

I try to dream in color
But the world sees in Black and White
I try to see what's peaceful
But the world seems to want to fight

How many children is there no future for
They're trapped behind the walls of war
How many songs must be written to say
That 'peace and love' is the only way

And I say whoa, whoa, come sing with me
And I say whoa, whoa, I...

I try to dream in color
But the world sees in Black and White
I try to see what's peaceful
But the world seems to want to fight

We all must stand and fight
For what we know is right
And we must try, to strong
When it's wrong, not let it go on

And I say whoa, whoa, come sing with me
And I say whoa, whoa, I...I...

I try to dream in color
But the world sees in Black and White
I try to see what's peaceful
But the world seems to want to fight
I try to dream in color
But the world sees in Black and White
Who was your teacher
Did they not show you wrong from right

I try to dream in color


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"Black and White" as written by Austin Brown Andrew Christopher Savage

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