"A Beautiful World" as written by and Mark Allen/casale Mothersbaugh....
The children outside all are laughing under perfect skies
The shapes and patterns in this season make me feel alive
I wanna shout it from the roof top and tell the world
That, “I was blind but now I see what’s right in front of me!”
It’s a beautiful world I see, everything looks differently
It’s a beautiful world I see, these moments are changing me?When I look at the sky I see the reason why I know,
When I look out from the window,
The moon and stars shine all their lights down from the heavens
I choir of angels strike a chord and lift their voices
And then we sing out,
“I’ve been lost but now I’ve found what’s right in front of me.”



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    General CommentI'm not sure if this song hints at Christianity or not, but there are some parts of the lyrics that suggest it could have Christian meaning.

    Like when it says "I wanna shout it from the roof top and tell the world
    That, I was blind but now I see what's right in front of me!"

    It's quoting the song "Amazing Grace" and is perhaps saying that the singer found God and can't contain his joy over his newfound faith.

    I think it's also interesting when it says "It's a beautiful world I see, everything looks differently."
    That could also be an illusion of Christian faith because one could say that they see the world differently now that they have faith.

    "I've been lost but now I've found what's right in front of me."

    Again, a part of "Amazing Grace." I think that's pretty self-explanitory...the singer took for granted the world around him but when he became a Christian, he suddenly got a newfound beauty in the world.

    Excellent song!
    nwc13on April 16, 2010   Link

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