"Colorblind" as written by and Bradley Joseph/silk Circone....
Little white boy
He had a black friend
They played kick the can
Cowboys and Indians
And they were gonna be the best of friends
They were gonna be together until the end
Oh the innocence of a child
They would rather laugh and smile
Iwish we had their frame of mind
Then we would all be colorblind
Oh yes we would
Little black girl
She as a white friend
They played hide and go seek,
Hide and go seekin'
Ring around the rosy, yeah
And they were gonna be the best of friends
They were gonna be together until the end
Oh the innocence of a child
They would rather laugh and smile
I wish we had their frame of mind
Then we would all be colorblind
The fires we started steadly
Burn, burn, burn, burn
Hate must of been something our father's learned
Learned, learned, learned
Cause when we were little
There was never black or white
White, white, white
We are all just alive
Oh the innocence of a child
They would rather laugh and smile
I wish we had their frame of mind
Then we would all be colorblind
Oh the innocence of a child
They would rather laugh and smile
I wish we had their frame of mind
Then we would all be colorblind


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"Colorblind" as written by Rasheem Sharrief Pugh

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