Sounds in Mother Nature, Songs, and Music

Sounds in Mother Nature, Songs, and Music are some of my favorite bridges of love light. We can be instantly uplifted by our favorite Music and Lyrics.

The video today contains one of my favorite songs and favorite artists, Matteo Bocelli.

Disney’s The Lion King movie came out in 1994. 

It has special meaning for me as my daughter, Hana, was four years old, and my daughter, Roeya, gave her a Simba Halloween costume that was cherished and worn for fun until it was very outgrown. We all loved the movie, music and its theme of love and care for Nature and Family.

The Lion King went to Broadway in 1997 and has continued there for 21+ years with several wins for Best Musical, global productions and it has been seen by 100 million people.

I have included the lyrics to the song in the video here:

There’s a calm surrender
To the rush of day
When the heat of a rolling wind
Can be turned away
An enchanted moment
And it sees me through
It’s enough for this restless warrior
Just to be with you

And can you feel the love tonight?
It is where we are
It’s enough for this wide-eyed wanderer
That we got this far
And can you feel the love tonight
How it’s laid to rest?
It’s enough to make kings and vagabonds

Believe the very best

There’s a time for everyone
If they only learn
That the twisting kaleidoscope
Moves us all in turn
There’s a rhyme and reason

To the wild outdoors
When the heart of this star-crossed voyager

Beats in time with yours
And can you feel the love tonight?
It is where we are
It’s enough for this wide-eyed wanderer
That we got this far
And can you feel the love tonight
How it’s laid to rest?
It’s enough to make kings and vagabonds
Believe the very best
It’s enough to make kings and vagabonds
Believe the very best

I feel the lyrics are foreshadowing our coming heaven on Grandmother Earth.

Enjoy!

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