Hmm, there are some things that make a song 'worldly'. One of such things is Explicit Content. This implies the use of vulgar or offensive vocabulary in the song. This is the case in almost every secular song in recent times as the world is rapidly going towards an era that encourages vices and shuns virtues. Another thing that makes a 'worldly' song is the purpose of the song or the message it's passing across. For instance, an artiste that sings about his money and cars. The message being sent here is the exalted position these items have in his or her life. This is indirect worship and is considered worldly.
No song is not worldly! We live in the same realm that we sing out these songs we call worldly or not. The misconception on this matter rises from the inability to understand the law of homogenity. Let me explain this in brief: birds of a feather flock together. So some people are so attached to a particular genre of music in which they atleast subconsciously persive other music as negetive, which they prefer describing as worldly in accordance to their inductrinations.
Answered: Oluwasola Sarah 3 months agoTeaching, acting, Couture, play writing. . Interested in Acting, scripts writing, compere.
So many things make a song worldly. But the chief among them is the lyrics. When the words used are vulgar, licentious, and offensive. Any song whose lyrics do not GLORIFY GOD is wordly. A song should either edify the people listening to it or glorify God. Any song whose lyrics do not draw us closer to God rather to worldiness is no other song but a worldly song.