Monday, October 27, 2008

Inclusive and happy song for colour-blind people

Grey and greyer and very dark grey
Light grey and white-grey and grey!
I can sing a rainbow!
Sing a rainbow!
Sing a rainbow too!

Listen with your eyes!
Listen with your eyes!
And sing every shade of grey you see!
Then you can sing a rainbow!
Sing a rainbow!
Sing a rainbow with me!

(To be sung in a monochrome monotone)


TimT said...

There's a little pot of gold at the end of every rainbow. Or possibly aluminium foil.

Or, as the poet said, 'My love is like a grey, grey rose...'

Anonymous said...

Why are there so few
Songs about monochrome arcs
And what's on the other side?
Monochrome arcs are visions (too)
They're (also) illusions
And monochrome arcs have nothing to hide
Oh so now you've been told
And you can choose to believe it
I know I'm right
Wait and see
Someday you'll find out (too)
The monochrome arc connection
It's just as powerful as coloured stuff, don't discriminate against it!

- Maria, a Muppet fan

TimT said...

As an optimist once said, cheer up! There's always grey skies ahead!

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