Peter Wright (WISKA)

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Rock - Easy Listening | Cape Town, South Africa
Total Song Plays: 140   
Member Since: 2005
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Song Description

Girl is not what parents expect as being the choice of their son. The lyric is resolved in the end by God saying that Heaven is okay with his choice of girl.

Story Behind the Song

While Dave was with a cover Blues band, they were leaning towards original songs and Dave wrote these lyrics for them. Color Blind was not used by the Blues band and was the lyrics were offered to us (WISKA). We recorded the sing as a band.

Lyrics

Verse 1
I took my Baby home to show the world the woman I love
I took my Baby home to show the world the woman I love
My Daddy said ?She ain?t our kind?
I said ?Daddy, you gotta be a little Color Blind?

Verse 2
My Mamma came and spoke to me, she pulled me to one side
My Mamma came and spoke to me, she pulled me to one side
She said ?Son she ain?t our kind?
I said ?Mamma, you gotta be a little Color Blind?

Lead Break

Verse 3
Well I died and went to heaven, living life my own way
Well I died and went to heaven, living life my own way
And the Lord, He said to me, ?Hey you?re our kind,
?cause up here, up here we?re all Color Blind?

Song Length
4:29
Genres
Blues - Traditional, Blues - Rock
Tempo / Feel
Slow (71 - 90)
Lead Vocal
Male Vocal
Mood
Composed

Subject Matter
Change, Life


Language
English
Era
1950 - 1959

Lyric Credits David Lewarne
Music Credits D. Lewarne / J. Tiilikainen / P. Wright
Producer Credits none
Publisher Credits none
Performance Credits D. Lewarne / J. Tiilikainen / P. Wright
Label Credits none