She came from a world that is so far out
Roller skating into my life I never had no doubt
She asked where to get that velvet colored hair
I said I got lot's more somewhere
If you touch my big ?

And she said I come from a world that is so far out
And I said so do I
And she may not be the world's solution
But she's a world class revolution

Technicolor lover
Take my heart
Technicolor lover
Rate my heart
Technicolor lover
Save my heart, now

She came from a world that is so far out
Roller skating into my life I never had no doubt
She asked where to get that velvet colored hair
I said I got lots more somewhere
If you touch my big ?

And she said I come from a world that is so far out
And I said so do I
And she may not be the world's solution
But she's a world class revolution

Technicolor lover
Take my heart
Technicolor lover
Rate my heart
Technicolor lover
Save my heart, now


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Technicolor Lover Lyrics as written by Gregg Alexander

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    Yeah this is another fun song. Basically about someone who comes into your life and you like them because they are different from everyone else. They are the color in a world of mostly black and white clones, so to speak. At least that's how I always saw it.

    My favorite part is at 2:03 when he says:

    "And she said I come from a world that is so far out And I said so do I "

    He is different as well.

    strangersatelliteon July 14, 2007   Link
  • 0
    General Comment

    I cannot believe nobody has commented on this...such an upbeat song. I cannot help but feel good driving down the street tappin' my toes to the beat. Love it!

    cdhound1on May 15, 2004   Link
  • 0
    General Comment

    This song's okay.. kind of weird.

    oNeMore_LASTchanceon January 15, 2006   Link
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    General Comment

    trippy fun song haha

    CautionarySongon July 10, 2006   Link
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    It reminds me of "The Zero Theorem" film.

    sem3000on April 23, 2017   Link

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