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World Outside My Window


Download links and information about World Outside My Window by Glenn Lewis. This album was released in 2002 and it belongs to Hip Hop/R&B, Soul genres. It contains 15 tracks with total duration of 01:05:20 minutes.

Artist: Glenn Lewis
Release date: 2002
Genre: Hip Hop/R&B, Soul
Tracks: 15
Duration: 01:05:20
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No. Title Length
1. Simple Things 4:40
2. Beautiful Eyes 4:06
3. Don't You Forget It 4:08
4. Something to See 4:58
5. Lonely 4:01
6. This Love 4:29
7. One More Day 3:26
8. Dream 3:45
9. Is It True 3:36
10. Never Too Late 4:10
11. Take Me 4:40
12. Sorry 4:54
13. Take You High 4:11
14. It’s Not Fair 4:59
15. Your Song (For You) 5:17



Some reviewers seemed to fixate on the fact that 'Don't You Forget It' the lead single from Glenn Lewis' album World Outside My Window recalls Stevie Wonder circa Talking Book.If Lewis were trying to surreptitiously channel Stevie,there wouldn't be a scene in the single's music video where he is spread out on the floor with his head between the LP covers of such 70s icons as Sly Stone.In fact,the track's opening chords pay sly homage to Wonder's 'Living For The City'.They totally miss the song's off the cuff wisdom and the CD's charming opener 'Simple Things' whose lyrics take pleasure in such everyday things as friends,family,a smile from a child,the scent of spring rain and being glad to be alive.Thematically,it brings to mind a similarly-named cut from Minnie Riperton's Adventures In Paradise.Other highlights are 'Something To See',a gentle acoustic duet between Lewis and guitarist Randy Bowland.,'Lonely','Dream','Never Too Late','Take You High','It's Not Fair" and 'Take Me'.Unlike some of his oversexed contemporaries whose focus doesn't extend anywhere above the belt,Glenn Lewis' vision extends beyond his bedroom window and lovers of classy R&B are happy about that.