"Monochromatic" as written by Maureen Mcdonald and Mary Lambert....
Every morning, it's the same thing
Sidewalks of people with who care to stare
My heart's too big for the city
My heart's too big for my own body
My heart's too big for you to understand me

When I close my eyes
I dream in color
But my life's in black and white
Will it ever get better
I'm not monochromatic
Nobody's monochromatic

Everybody's hurting
There's nothing more human than that
See the pieces of hearts missing
But watch how the light fills the cracks
My heart's too big for the city
My heart's too big for my own body
My heart's too big for you to understand me
Please understand me

When I close my eyes
I dream in color
But my life's in black and white
But it'll ever get better
I'm not monochromatic
Nobody's monochromatic
Nobody's monochromatic
I'm not monochromatic


Lyrics submitted by Abbie96

"Monochromatic" as written by Mary Lambert Maureen Mcdonald

Lyrics © Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd., Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC

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