Color Me In

by Big Big Buildings

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wkp-as-a-person "Color Me In" is tremendously catchy and, while it's undeniably emotional, the specific emotion of the song is up for grabs. An intricate outline for you to color in. Better bring the 64 pack.


Recorded at Converse Rubber Tracks studio in Boston, MA

Engineered by Matthew Beaudoin

Additional Mixing by Matthew Beaudoin

Produced by Adam McElreath

Mastered by David Chardo at Long Pong Studios


I have never been this gone
Half-smile, incomplete
To the radical wayside
That I fell underneath

And I wanted you so bad
That I watched you leave
While I draw my dirt-bath,
Lick your palms and try again

Color me in,
Color me in,
Color me in

On a hospital-white floor
I'm told not to dream
By inanimate objects
That talk down to me

And your garden goes black
When I touch your leaves
Oh, I shouldn't have said that
But I'll never take it back

Color me in,
Color me in,
Color me in

It's hilarious as it is tragic
It's just a blur of flesh and melted plastic
And I still feel like an ugly child somehow
Yeah I still feel like an ugly child,

Color me in,
Color me in
Color me in


released July 20, 2017



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Big Big Buildings Boston, Massachusetts

Big Big Buildings is the pseudonym of songwriter, producer and visual artist, Adam McElreath.

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