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There are many different cultures and different beliefs in this world Eighty six percent of the world is religious Sperry When trouble comes along people tend to turn to their beliefs and religion to get them through their situations In the rock song Heaven by Los Lonely Boys the band introduces a tune that puts the very personal subject of religion into a light and fun sound that interests certain groups of people without being offensive It would be offensive in the aspect that not all people are religious and certain people could take the song personal and in an aggressive manner Even though this song is about Heaven it also has the interpretation that Garza wants to lave this crazy place called earth I chose this song because I relate to it in many ways Like many religious people I turn to my God during hard times and troubles My older brother Kyle introduced this song to me when our family was going through a hard time This song has gotten me through some rough times and has pulled my family closer togetherWhen first hearing this song it comes across as very happy and almost makes you want to dance The beat and the sound to the song are very uplifting Just listening to the words of the song gives off an impression that the singer is living a life for their God and even though he has made mistakes he is forgiven The lyrics And I know that I need to change my ways of livin how far is heaven Lord can you tell me also gives off the interpretation that he is asking for forgiveness for things he has done wrong in the past and that he is willing to change Los Lonely BoysThe lyrics of the song seem to be giving people advice on God and Heaven without being too forceful An example of this would be And I just got
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