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  1. 7. Dez. 2012 · Watch the video for Colour My World from Chicago's Chicago II for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists.

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  2. "Colour My World" is a song written by American musician James Pankow, one of the founding members of the rock/jazz fusion band Chicago. Part of Pankow's "Ballet for a Girl in Buchannon" song cycle/suite, it was recorded for their second album Chicago, also called Chicago II (1970). Terry Kath sings the lead vocal, and Walter Parazaider performs the memorable flute solo. The song was initially ...

  3. Next month we have tickets to another Chicago concert our love has colored our world for forty five years and this song brings many memories. Ivan from Vienna, Va. Some very few songs are as dynamically moving as this, to me. Colour my world, upon every time hearing it, stops me in my tracks and I am raptured in a deep trance. My heart and soul ...

  4. 3. Okt. 2015 · CHICAGO - COLOR MY WORLD LYRICS - SongLyricsLyrics and video for the song "Colour My World" by Chicago.Chicago - Color My World Lyrics. As time goes on, I realize Just what you mean to me And now, now that you're near Promise your love that I've waited to share .Lyrics for "Colour My World" by Chicago - Songfacts.

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  5. It went onto become one of Clark's highest charting UK albums. Despite its failure in the charts, the song gained a high profile in the UK by virtue of being used by BBC Television as the theme song for the July 1967 launch of its color service. A version by Reneé Cologne was used as a jingle in US television commercials for M&M's in 2004.

  6. I've had enough of not believing. Living life without a meaning. I want something real. And I feel it when I'm next to you. Let's vow to have some love and devotion. Winner to my heart's emotions. Until the very end. It's the place I'm gonna keep you in. Yeah yeah yeah yeah.

  7. The song Colour My World was written by James Pankow and was first released by Chicago in 1970. It was covered by Jim Carter [US1], California Transit Authority, Katherine Journey, Richard Last Group and other artists.