McQueen Street

No Colors

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I never said I was a teacher, a wiseman or a priest
I've never been a pawn of the people who dictate destiny
I don't want their riches and I don't need their faith
They tell me about equality as they rule their world of hate

I want a piece of the action, I want to lay it down
Talking about peace, peace not war, to hate, hate no more
When you look in the mirror you only see the truth
The end is getting nearer, don't you know

With no color in this world there's no reason for tomorrow
There won't be Heaven, won't be Hell
Don't take this color from my world

Beggar man burns in the fire, Hypocrite is breaking the law
Evil man is full of desire living out his Civil War
I can feel the hatred like a leather whip across the back
And I won't be the minority for the bad man to attack

I want a piece of the action, I want to lay it down
Talking about peace, peace not war, to hate, hate no more
When you look in the mirror you only see the truth
The end is getting nearer, don't you know

With no color in this world there's no reason for tomorrow
There won't be Heaven, won't be Hell
Don't take this color from my world

You point the finger, you live the lie
I've got your number, You better kiss your ass good-bye

With no color there's no reason
There ain't no Heaven, there ain't no hell
With no color there's no life blood
Ain't no future, no more tomorrow
With no color there's no saviour
Talking about peace, peace not war
To hate, hate no more

No color, there must be color
Don't take this color from my world