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Brown drops "Worldwide Beautiful" in wake of racial unrest

Wednesday, June 3, 2020 – Kane Brown released a new song, "Worldwide Beautiful," in the wake of the murder of George Floyd last week and the resulting protests.

The mid-tempo song with a soulful feel deals with black and white relations and has a hopeful tone. Brown wrote the song with Shy Carter, Ryan Hurd and Jordan Schmidt. Dann Huff produced the track.

"Releasing this song tonight at 11pm central 12am eastern!," Brown said on Twitter. "I've held onto it for a year but feel like it's needed during this time...all proceeds are going to the boys and girls club! I love you guys."

On his website, Brown said the funds would be donated "to advocate for justice and equality for the millions of youth that are counting on us."

The lyrics are:
White churches, black churches
Different people, same hearses t's kinda hard to fight with each other
Laying down in the ground, six under
At every show I see my people
They ain't the same but they're all equal
One love, one God, one family

You're missing every color
If you're only seeing black and white
Tell me how you're gonna change your mind
If your heart's unmovable
We ain't that different from each other
From one to another, I look around
And see worldwide beautiful

Thank God, thank God, thank God, thank God, thank God, thank God
Oh, thank God, thank God, thank God, thank God, thank God, thank God
Coast to coast, city to city
Reach out your hands if you're with me
Still got some work but we still got a dream
Every shade, every heart come together and sing
Oh, thank God, thank God, thank God, thank God, thank God, thank God

You're missing every color
If you're only seeing black and white
Tell me how you're gonna change your mind
If your heart's unmovable
We ain't that different from each other
From one to another, I look around
And see worldwide beautiful

One love, one God, one family (One family, y'all, c'mon)
One love, one God, one family (Worldwide beautiful)
One love, one God, one family (Worldwide beautiful)
One Love, one God, one family (Sing it with me)

You're missing every color
If you're only seeing black and white
Tell me how you're gonna change your mind
If your heart's unmovable
We ain't that different from each other
From one to another, I look around
And see worldwide beautiful
Look around and see worldwide beautiful, so beautiful
Look around and see worldwide beautiful
(Worldwide beautiful)
(Worldwide beautiful)
Look around and see worldwide beautiful


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