From the album The Blues Ain't a Color

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Lyrics

What’s the point in talking
We don’t see eye to eye
You see a darker picture telling you to move aside
In the morning walking towards me you switch sidewalks on our street
Black color may come back tonight, steal
Possessions while you sleep

Never getting past, past history
Keep putting boundaries round our doors
Wonder why we keep denying

Color is the only thing we’re different for
Color is the only thing we’re different for
Different for

In the workplace, schools and streets shades of colors taking sides
Bringing back the day’s we fought for equality, and civil rights
Just a rule, like dollar figures we can add and comprehend
But when it comes to loving feelings
You never want to be my friend

When will we move past, past history
Take down these boundaries round our doors
Time for realizing…

Cast a vote for me or watch me on the winning team
So we can all agree
We’re one in harmony

Change the conversation from those lines I read between
You’re not equal to me black people
This is something witnessed and can be seen
Gone the days when racist leaders
Wore white and hung our colors dead and grim
We’ve come so far from fearful living
Time for healing up, these hateful sins

Fast, keep moving past, past history
Take down these boundaries round our doors
Wonder why we keep denying

Color is the only thing we’re different for
Color is the only thing we’re different for
Different for