Glorious by David Archuleta is Glorious!

There is a new song that David Archuleta has released that will be the theme song for a new movie which will be released on October 10, 2014 called, “Meet the Mormons.”  David has such a beautiful, crisp and clear voice.  I love his music and have bought everything he has released.  He is a Salt Lake home grown boy who is very genuine and humble.  I hope you enjoy this new beautiful song from David because indeed it is “GLORIOUS.”

(Verse)
There are times when you might feel aimless
You can’t see the places where you belong
But you will find that there is a purpose
It’s been there within you all along and when you’re near it
You can almost hear it…

(Chorus)
It’s like a symphony just keep listenin’
And pretty soon you’ll start to figure out yo part
Everyone plays a piece and there are melodies
In each one of us, oh, it’s glorious

(Verse 2)
You will know how to let it ring out as you discover who you are
Others around you will start to wake up
To the sounds that are in their hearts
It’s so amazin’, what we’re all creatin’

(Chorus)
It’s like a symphony just keep listenin’
And pretty soon you’ll start to figure out yo part
Everyone plays a piece and there are melodies
In each one of us, oh, it’s glorious

(Bridge)
And as you feel the notes build
You will see

(Chorus)
It’s like a symphony just keep listenin’
And pretty soon you’ll start to figure out yo part
Everyone plays a piece and there are melodies
In each one of us, oh, it’s glorious

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