"Show Me The Wonder" as written by James Bradfield, Nicholas Jones and Sean Moore....
This is no offense
But just an invitation
A sense of belonging, a sense of inspiration
Is heaven a place where nothing ever happens
Is it too much to ask
To disbelief in everything

Show me the wonder
I have seen the purpose of our universe
Show me the wonder
I have seen their move in reverse

If you're exiled by all the cruel turns
Then show me the wonder
The wonder of your love
Attacking pain of meltness running through the veins
We may in English
About our troops from

Show me the wonder
I have seen the purpose of our universe
Show me the wonder
I have seen their move in reverse

Think for the silence
When we look into the mirror
Staying so patient, we measure the
Is heaven a place where nothing ever happens
Is it too much to ask
To disbelief in everything

Show me the wonder of
I have seen the purpose of our universe
Show me the wonder of
I have seen the move in reverse
Show me the wonder
Show me the wonder of
I have seen the move in reverse


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"Show Me the Wonder" as written by Nicholas Jones James Bradfield

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    General CommentI believe there are some verses that are wrong here, but not all of them I can hear any better, but in any case the chorus should probably be:
    "Show me the wonder
    I have seen the birthplace of the(ir?) (my?) universe
    Show me the wonder
    I have seen their records move in reverse"

    and "When we look into the mirror
    Staying so patient"

    Also "but I'm true to what ails" is most certainly incorrect, but I haven't the foggiest idea what he's singing there.

    Cheers
    mnwon August 21, 2013   Link
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    General CommentThis is no threat
    Just an invitation
    A sense of belonging
    A sense of inspiration

    Is Heaven a place
    Where nothing ever happens?
    is it too much to ask
    To disbelieve in everything?

    Show Me The Wonder
    I have seen the birthplace of the universe
    Show Me The Wonder
    I have seen miracles move in reverse

    If you're exiled
    By all the cruel tongues
    Then show me the wonder
    The wonder of your love

    The tapping pain of madness
    Running through the veins
    We may write in English
    But our truth remains in Wales

    Show Me The Wonder
    I have seen the birthplace of the universe
    Show Me The Wonder
    I have seen miracles move in reverse

    Praying for the silence
    When we look into the mirror
    Staying so patient
    We measure the nostalgia

    Is Heaven a place
    Where nothing ever happens?
    is it too much to ask
    To disbelieve in everything?

    Show Me The Wonder
    I have seen the birthplace of the universe
    Show Me The Wonder
    I have seen miracles move in reverse
    Show Me The Wonder
    I have seen miracles move in reverse


    Source: walesonline.co.uk/whats-on/music/…
    aparatchikon September 10, 2013   Link
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    General Comment"It’s the one uplifting song on the album - slap James’ electric guitar on that and you could have had a more traditional Manics song. We were obsessed with 70s Elvis at the time - the horns are from our Mums and Dads' record collection, ‘Suspicious Minds’, ‘I Just Can’t Help Believing’- it gives me a lift every time I hear it. Just that celebration, the idea that we’re sick of the opposing forces of science and religion trying to prove truth. We just wanted to wallow in the magic of how something you see, a song, how certain things work, how certain individuals are unexplainable, a good haircut, the way a drummer will react to a guitar, the way a footballer will be truly stunning without even trying - science or religion just cannot explain certain things."

    -Nicky Wire
    manic4manicson October 13, 2013   Link

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