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Pretty Amazing Grace

by

Neil Diamond



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Diamond told the Sun newspaper May 16, 2008 about this track: "I stand back and look at Pretty Amazing Grace and to me it's a song about the perfection of love. To somebody else, it's gonna mean something else. There was no premeditated idea. What does it all mean? I don't know and I don't care. It's gonna be what it is. I feel much the same about all the songs."
This was Diamond's first chart single in the UK since "Morning Has Broken, which peaked at #36 in 1992.
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Comments (3):

Gail, I don't think this is about the love of a woman at all. It is about the amazing grace of our Lord Jesus. Listen very carefully to the words and be blessed by His love!
- Deacon Man, Webster, NY
THANK YOU FROM THE BOTTOM OF MY HEART, NEIL DIAMOND! The lyrics are beautiful in pointing out how a man can appreciate a good woman, like myself. With 60 years of life experiences, this song speaks directly to my heart and soul. I am so grateful for Pretty Amazing Grace and listen to it as often as I can.

Gail Bongiovi
- Gail, Las Vegas, NV
"Pretty Amazing Grace" a very good comeback of Neil Diamond; I love it.
- Teresa, Mechelen, Belgium
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