Where the rainbow ends
There's going to be a place, brother,
Where the world can sing all sorts of songs
And we're going to sing together, brother,
You and I, though you're white and I'm not.
It's going to be a sad song, brother,
Because we don't know the tune,
And it's a difficult tune to learn.
But we can learn, brother, You and I.
There's no such tune as a black tune.
There's no such tune as a white tune.
There's only music, brother,
Ans it's music we're going to sing
Where the rainbow ends.
|The rainbow||a Negro|
|The poem||racial harmony|
|The theme of the poem||signifies different races|
|The composer of this poem||an appeal for brotherhood and friendship|
|The rainbow||signifies different races|
|The poem||an appeal for brotherhood and friendship|
|The theme of the poem||racial harmony|
|The composer of this poem||a Negro|