"Beautiful Again" as written by Brett Warren, Brad Warren, Martina Mcbride and Nick Trevisick....
She was only ten when her daddy got fired
He drank away the family home, and left them all alone
And then her mommy was just too tired
So she got sent away

She moved in with her aunt in Arizona
Everything was fine until she told on Uncle Bill
When he said he only wanted to hold her
She had to run away

[Chorus]
But when it rains, the past gets washed away, and then
She smiles 'cause she knows in the end
The world gets beautiful, beautiful again

Her boyfriend said, "I'm way too young to get married"
But she made up her mind that somehow she was gonna
Find a way to keep that baby she carried
And he just walked away

[Chorus]

And when she's lying all alone
Thinkin' about her life, she wonders
If she is wrong to believe in a better world
Then she sees her little girl
And she knows she is right 'cause

[Chorus]


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"Beautiful Again" as written by Nick Trevisick Martina Mcbride

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    General CommentThis song is great. It deals with worldwide issues. It is a happier song than "Concrete Angel" & "Independence Day". It deals with a girl seeing her Daddy drink & probably been abusive. Then she gets molested by her uncle. That does it for her so she runs away & leads herslef into another predicament of having an unwanted baby for her boyfriend. She wants the baby so she decides he is no good for her or the baby. She wants what's best for her baby like most parents do. She hopes her daughter does not have to see or feel what she did. It is an awesome song. She know's there is light at the end of the tunnel.
    Jamie1707on July 29, 2007   Link
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    General CommentIt's a great song about having hope in the worst of times. It's such a beautiful and hopeful song, I love it.
    Simplethings18on September 08, 2007   Link

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