"Colorblind" as written by and Louis Knox Barlow....
Time to fake a miracle, memorized emotion
Memorize lullaby; changin' the arranged deal
Tell me every reason why, cradle my confusion
Memorize lullaby; changin' the arranged deal
I wish we were colorblind, we could heal ourselves
I wish we were colorblind
I wish I were invisible, I'd sink into myself
Black and white and beautiful
Why'd they make it ugly?
Crackers in their camouflage, headin' for the hills
Now it's time to close your mind 'cause Mother Nature tells you to
I wish we were colorblind, we could heal ourself
I wish we were colorblind, kept it to ourself
Colorblind, lullaby, haunted til I'm pacified
Think it to myself
I wish we were colorblind, we could heal ourself
I wish we were colorblind and kept it to ourself
Colorblind, lullaby, hold me till I'm pacified
Singing to myself


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"Colorblind" as written by Louis Knox Barlow

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