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What Kind of World – Music from the 2022 World Conferences of Queensland

May 24, 2022, in Music > Community, by

Baha’i Blog is excited to share the song “What Kind of World” from “Music from the 2022 World Conferences of Queensland”.

“Music from the 2022 World Conferences of Queensland” is a collection of seven songs which were performed at the three major 2022 World Conferences which took place across Queensland, Australia (Cairns, Gold Coast, Brisbane), and have now been professionally filmed and recorded in a studio. 

Here are the lyrics to the song:

What kind of world will it be, when there is no cruelty and there is no greed

I see a world full of light, where there is no soldiers and no one to fight

Every soul as one, working together till the battle is won

Chorus

There’s a place for you, there’s a place for me, each one a wave, each one a sea

If we raise our hands, if we turn our hearts, to Baha’u’llah

What kind of world would it be?

Verse 2

What kind of world will we see, when I preferreth my brother to me

It is all in our hands, to be of service to our fellow man

All beating with one heart and we’re gonna make it if we just make a start

Chorus

There’s a place for you, there’s a place for me, each one a wave, each one a sea

If we raise our hands, if we turn our hearts, to Baha’u’llah

What kind of world would it be?

Bridge

With every soul alight, each one burning bright

A world where we can be one humanity oh what king of world would be it be

Chorus

There’s a place for you, there’s a place for me, each one a wave, each one a sea

If we raise our hands, if we turn our hearts, to Baha’u’llah

What kind of world would it be?

The 2022 World Conferences held across Queensland are just a few of the hundreds of global conferences taking place after being called for by the Universal House of Justice.

To find out about a conference taking place in your area, contact your local Baha’i community, or learn more about the world conferences taking place across Australia here: www.conferences.bahai.org.au

Watch the entire playlist of songs here: Music from the 2022 World Conferences of Queensland

Listen to the Audio Playlist of these songs here: Music from the 2022 World Conferences of Queensland [AUDIO]

Subscribe to Baha’i Blog’s Youtube channel for more Baha’i-inspired video and audio content here: https://www.youtube.com/BahaiBlog/videos

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Naysan Naraqi

Naysan is passionate about using the arts and media to explore the teachings of the Baha’i Faith. Back in 2011, Naysan started up the Baha’i Blog project, channeling his experiences in both media and technology companies to help create a hub for Baha’i-inspired content online.
Naysan Naraqi

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