A Whole New World (Aladdin's Theme)

Album: Aladdin soundtrack (1992)
Charted: 12 1
  • I can show you the world
    Sining, shimmering, splendid
    Tell me, princess--now when did
    You last let your heart decide

    I can open your eyes
    Take you wonder by wonder
    Over, sideways and under
    On a magic carpet ride

    A whole new world
    A new fantastic point of view
    No one to tell us no
    Or where to go
    Or say we're only dreaming

    A whole new world
    A dazzling place I never knew
    But now from way up here
    It's crystal clear
    That now I'm in a whole new world with you

    Unbelievable sights
    Indescribable feelings
    Soaring, tumbling, free-wheeling
    Through an endless diamond sky

    A whole new world
    (Don't you dare close your eyes)
    A hundred thousand things to see
    (Hold your breath, it gets better)
    I'm like a shooting star
    I've come so far
    I can't go back to where I used to be

    A whole new world
    With new horizons to pursue
    I'll chase them anywhere
    There's time to spare
    Let me share this whole new world with you

    A whole new world
    A new, fantastic point of view
    No one to tell us no
    Or where to go
    Or say we're only dreaming

    A whole new world
    (Every turn, a surprise)
    With new horizons to pursue
    (Every moment red-letter)
    I'll chase them anywhere
    There's time to spare
    Anywhere
    There's time to spare
    Let me share this new world with you

    A whole new world
    (A whole new world)
    That's where we'll be
    (That's where we will be)
    A thrilling chase
    A wondrous place
    For and me


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