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Keith Urban: But for the Grace of God Meaning


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Song Released: 2000

But for the Grace of God Lyrics

I can hear the neighbors
They're arguin' again
And there hasn't been peace on our street
Since who knows when
I don't mean to listen in
But the shoutin' is so loud
I turn up the radio to drown it out
And silently I say a little...

  1. anonymous
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    Apr 5th 2013 report

    The second verse is my favorite. He's living in an abode where he "can hear the neighbors" through the walls and where "there hasn't been peace on our street / since who knows when." Conjures an urban (HAHA!) and restless setting, but he still able to realize the love and blessings that surrounds him. The "rich" dude, however, is in daze, and his money has blinded him from what life's all about.
    amazing song great point view

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