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The lyrics of the song are about being with a woman and being awestruck by her beauty, but also wondering what she sees in you, but her presence brings you immediate joy and it hypnotises you with the way she moves and her personality in general, just the way she makes you feel. He’s the ultimate one hit wonder of the early millennium, it’s Andreas Johnson with his only hit song in Britain…. With its beautiful orchestral instrumentation in the background, almost resembling that of a James Bond theme song with the sheer emphaticness of the violins and the instruments in total, and also Andreas’s vocals too… almost reminiscent of James Dean Bradfield of the Welsh rock band Manic Street Preachers; listen to Glorious and then a Manics song and you’ll probably see where I’m coming from. I also forgot to mention that I read that it has a similar vocal melody in the verses to the Depeche Mode song “Two Minute Warning. You can change your choices at any time by visiting Cookie preferences, as described in the Cookie notice.
The copyright in this sound recording and in the artwork is owned by Warner Music Sweden A Warner Music Group Company. Glorious" was used as the main theme for Sky Sports Premier League shows Ford Super Sunday and Ford Football Special from August 2000 to May 2001. This one is one of this particular artist’s only successfully charting songs in Britain, Ireland and Italy, and France when it was re-released in 2004 exclusively for France and it charted at number 15 in the French charts. This very artist could be anyone, but he’s Swedish (but yet the album with this song on has a German title, and his first name is widely used in Germany and Austria. The song was later used on television advertisements for Vauxhall, Volvo, and in 2004, for Nutella,  thus allowing the song to re-enter the French Singles Chart at a peak of number 16.
The positions in Switzerland, Germany, the Netherlands, New Zealand and the Billboard US Adult Top 40 were as follows: 41, 35, 40, 51 and 79 respectively. The song has a rather pop sounding rock arrangement to it, but don’t let that sway you from listening to it… it’s one of those songs of which you think “wow, this sounds like a good listen. P.S: The song didn’t impact the charts in Switzerland, Germany, the Netherlands and New Zealand as well as it did in Britain, Ireland, Italy, Norway and Sweden. It was used in advertisements for Vauxhall and also it was used as the theme for the Ford Super Sunday football matches on Sky Sports back in 2000, and that was the peak of his popularity in Britain… you can say you have made it when your song is the theme song of the Sunday night footy in Britain, but you can say you have made it in France when your song is on an advert for Nutella back in 2004.