there's every kind of beautiful

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there's every kind of beautiful is a song of celebration, the essence of which is to advocate personal individuality, as well as diversity. the song acknowledges that each person is unique and beautiful in their own way. the fundamental idea is that each individual should embrace their individuality and seek to become the best version of themselves as opposed to striving to be an imitation of somebody else.

within the chorus the individual makes a personal decision to no longer place herself in competition with anybody else, but to establish her own self worth. the second verse places emphasis on different physical features and attributes of people, with the recognition that beauty can be found in all.

the accompanying bridge gives reference to the celebration of beauty in all nations, races and creeds. the aim is not to limit the attribution of beauty to just only a few, but to acknowledge humanity at large.

Submitted: June 15, 2017

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Verse 1

Whether I’m young or old, there’s a story to be told

Well above any claim to beautify

If there’s a wrong or right, there’s always a goal in sight

Let my perspective override

Chorus

It’s time to take control, let every book unfold

It’s my worth to make my own

Let every thought release, no part of me compete

Let only upright seeds be sown

There’s every kind of beautiful

Verse 2

Whether I’m short or tall, there’s every wonderful

Of every shape and every size

Cascading curls to straight, long flowing or a braid

Let each be worthy of a prize

Chorus

Bridge

Let me find the goodness in me, to deserve and to love and be free

Come celebrate the beauty we see, let’s celebrate the beauty we see

It’s all my choice what to feel, my perspective taken is real

Every nation colour and creed, every nation colour and creed

Chorus

Written by Geraldine Taylor ©


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