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God Made You Beautiful - Beyonce

The Experience: From angelic chants to the angels sighed in delight, Beyoncé sings how her baby (Blue Ivy) gave her love of the purist kind. Being the mother of Blue Ivy, she says, brought me back to life.  

The Meaning of God Made You Beautiful is the power of being a mother (I kissed those little feet and watched your perfect smile). The child she gave life to becomes the one who can bring me back to life. Beyoncé doesn't just stop at that first miracle. She finds the Miracle Maker- only God could have made you so beautiful. What God Made You Beautiful means is that no-one should ever convince you that you're ugly. Not even yourself. Only God can judge you, only God can judge correctly. And God made you beautiful.

Ask Yourself: Who would you say shows you how we have been blessed by the God who made you beautiful?


LYRICS:

When you were born
The angels sighed in delight
They never thought they'd see such a beautiful sight


You took the breath

And the world was right again
Tears were shed
How we have been blessed
And your love, it shines so bright
You bring me back to life, back to life
You make everything right
And your love, it shines so bright
You bring me back to life, back to life
You got a light inside, light inside


God made you beautiful, beautiful, beautiful

God made you beautiful, beautiful, beautiful
You're beautiful


Look at me, 

You were brought into my life
I kissed those little feet, 
and watched your perfect smile


And when it comes, the world stops in your eyes

I found love, I found peace of the purist kind
And your love, it shines so bright
You bring me back to life, back to life
You got a light inside, light inside


God made you beautiful, beautiful, beautiful

God made you beautiful, beautiful, beautiful
You're beautiful


I thank God, you know itmeans everything

I thank God for giving me your light


You're beautiful 

You're beautiful
You're beautiful


God made you beautiful

God made you beautiful
Beautiful
You're beautiful

Review by Simon Cleary