A song which names many different colors.
Often serves as a cheap excuse for Mood Lighting
: for instance, when the singer sings that he's blue, he is surrounded by a blue spotlight or camera filter.
- "Sing A Rainbow" from Pete Kelly's Blues.
- While the songs themselves don't mention colors in any extreme way ("Nothing Like a Dame" does have the line "We feel restless, we feel blue", but that's about it), the film of South Pacific made the rather odd decision to gel the camera during the musical numbers. When the sky suddenly turns pink, you know there's a song coming up.
- "The Green with Envy Blues" and "The Spectrum Song" from Disney's The Wonderful World of Color.
- The version of the Spectrum Song featured on Walt Disney's Wonderful World of Color features an additional bit:
Ludwig Von Drake: Now, alright, we know that everybody don't have television sets with color, so... we're gonna do a version for them, we don't want you to feel left out of it. Here's for you...
Black black gray white gray gray gray white white white gray gray white, black.
Black black gray white gray gray gray white white gray gray gray black, black.
Alright, now you're happy? You don't feel left out? Now I wanna get back to my song.
- "Pink, the sunrise is pink, and so is a rose, a buttercup glows all yellowy..."
- In the pilot of Darkwing Duck, Gozalen sings a lullabye her grandfather taught her to Darkwing since he doesn't know any, which is mostly singing random colors that exist in the rainbow in a seemingly random and redundant order. That is until Darkwing notices that her grandfather's Zero Point interface cannon has a color coded keyboard.
- In Class of 3000, we have "A Richer Shade of Blue" and "The Crayon Song".