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Watch I See You Avatar

official theme song for the film Avatar (2009) clip from original soundtrack, performed by Leona Lewis, music by James Horner and Simon Franglen, lyrics by Simon Franglen, Kuk Harrell, James Horner.

Lyrics with pictures

Walking through a dream I see youWalking through a dream I see you.
My light in darkness breathing hope of new life.
Now I live through you and you through me
Enchanting.
I pray in my heart that this dream never ends.
I see me through your eyes.
Living through life flying high.
Your life shines the way into paradiseYour life shines the way into paradise.
So I offer my life as a sacrifice.
I live through your love.
You teach me how to see
All that's beautiful.

My senses touch your word I never pictured
Now I give my hope to you
I surrender

I pray in my heart that this world never ends
I see me through your eyes Living through life flying highLiving through life flying high
Your love shines the way into paradise.
So I offer my life
I offer my love, for you
When my heart was never open
(and my spirit never free).
To the world that you have shown me.
But my eyes could not division.
All the colors of love and of life ever more.
Evermore.
(I see me through your eyes)
I see me through your eyes.


(Living through life flying high)
Flying high
Your love shines the way into paradise.
So I offer my life as a sacrifice.
And live through your love.
And live through your life.
I see you!
I see you!

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According to vocal singer Leona Lewis, the inspiration behind the song was all of the emotion, love and strength that is displayed by the characters in the film.

James Horner

(1953.08.14 - 2015.06.22)

composed music for over 100 films, and won two Academy Awards, two Golden Globe Awards and two Satellite Awards: Best Original Dramatic Score for Titanic (1997); Best Original Song for My Heart Will Go On (shared with Will Jennings). One Satellite Awards: "All Love Can Be" from A Beautiful Mind (2001) (shared with Will Jennings). Three Saturn Awards: Best Music for Brainstorm (1983), How the Grinch Stole Christmas (2000), Avatar (2009).

Was nominated for an additional eight Oscars: Best Original Score for Aliens (1986), Field of Dreams (1989), A Beautiful Mind (2001), House Of Sand And Fog (2003), Avatar (2009). Best Original Dramatic Score for Apollo 13 (1995) and Braveheart (1995). Best Original Song for Somewhere Out There (from An American Tail; shared with Cynthia Weil and Barry Mann).

You can watch here one of the last interviews given by James Roy Horner, in the spring of 2015, not long before his tragic, premature and much regretted passing away.

Eternal memory for one of the great composers of the transition between the two millennia.

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