Interpretations:Roy G. Biv

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Unfortunately, the video for this song reverses Indigo and Violet. Indigo is the blue side of Purple and Violet is the red side. ChaosS (talk) 17:50, 13 September 2013 (EDT)

A Classic Children's Song

If some of the songs on the children's releases are a bit filler in nature, this is the real deal. A wonderfully clever song which teaches kids the colour (Brit spelling Americans!) spectrum and also what's fact and what's fiction. I saw this in Washington DC (the second time I've seen them in the States) and I can safely say this is the one we all (we had the kids there too) were all singing on the drive back home. Well done Flans! (Mr Tuck)

Roy G. Biv[edit]

Even though it's pretty much just a children's song about the colors, I think it can also be seen as a song about a person who keeps their head above water and a generally happy person.

Roy G. Biv LGBTQ+ icon?[edit]

Roy G. Biv is a colorful man and he proudly stands at the rainbow's end. The word 'gay' can be used to describe bright or festive colors, such as those portrayed in the rainbow. The rainbow is also an iconic symbol of the LGBTQ+ community. Pride is also a prominent term used in the LGBTQ+ community. So Roy G. Biv is a gay man who proudly stands with the LGBTQ+ community. 17:10, 23 November 2023 (EST)