Lyrics by Alice Gray

Do you love Alice Gray's songs? Here you'll find the lyrics to Alice Gray's songs so you can sing them at the top of your lungs, make your own versions, or simply understand them properly.

Do you see the song you like in this list of Alice Gray's songs?

  1. Indigo
  2. Pink Cadillac

Alice E. Gray (June 7, 1914 – April 27, 1994) was an American entomologist and origamist. She worked as an entomologist at the American Museum of Natural History (AMNH) in New York for 43 years, writing, illustrating, and creating large models of insects. Known as the "Bug Lady", she conducted outreach and education in the museum, in local schools, and appeared on The Tonight Show. She began practicing origami first as an extension of her interest in insects, starting a tradition of using origami creatures to decorate the museum's Christmas tree. In the 1960s, she became more involved with the origami community and, in 1978, co-founded the Friends of the Origami Center of America in New York with Lillian Oppenheimer and Michael Shall, now known as OrigamiUSA.

It often happens that when you like a song by a specific group or artist, you like other songs of theirs too. So if you like a song by Alice Gray, you'll probably like many other songs by Alice Gray.

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To discover the patterns in Alice Gray's songs, you just have to read their lyrics carefully, paying attention not just to what they say, but how they are constructed.

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