3. Gray Flowers

The color-coded town
They had one rule no grays allowed
It was a great offense, it brought no compliments
A stranger to the town he came
And met a girl that very few would say
Is worth thinking of, still he fell in love

And he brought her flowers every day
And she loved them she loved him she'd never felt that way
But they said hey those flowers, they are gray
They can't stay, no, no, well, we'll let it slide
But read our signs we don't like grays

Then one day they saw her in a dress
A gift from him it was gray and red
It stopped them in their tracks
Ooo, they knew it matched
A revolution there was shortly found
Inside that color-coded town
Same happy, some enraged
So they marched on over to the place where

He brought her flowers every day
And she loved them, she loved him she'd never felt that way
But they cried let's take him to his grave
No, No, well, well
We've done told him once, but now he's done
They cried

We told you stay away from that crazy color
Turn around if you don't we'll break you
And you don't have anyone to save you
He said, She needs me to stay
Cuz gray can take her sorrow
So I will die tonight so she will know
That gray will stay in the color-code
For my love I will die you know
But before I do let the record show

That I brought her flowers every day
And she loved them, she loved me she'd never felt that way
So if you feel you need some gray
That's ok child, cuz you know you've just got to ask
And I'll come back, oh know you've just got to ask
And I'll come back, oh you know you've just got to ask
And I'll come back and give you grace