Can anyone interpret the song "Imagine Me," by Kirk Franklin?

Can anyone interpret the song "Imagine Me," by Kirk Franklin?

Can anyone interpret the song "Imagine Me," by Kirk Franklin?

Can anyone interpret the song "Imagine Me," by Kirk Franklin?

The primary message in the song is a reclamation of one’s own self and an affirmation of self value.  The opening stanza conceives of a self image that is in the ideal, as it is rooted in the belief of “imagining” an existence that is almost opposite of reality.  The idea of being able to imagine a sense of self apart from the cruelty that others in the world perpetrate is critical to the song’s interpretation, and also represents why the song serves as an affirmation of self.  With a past filled with hurt and agony, the speaker seeks to conceive of a self that can “imagine” into the present and future with the belief that what is can be changed into what can be in terms of how one views themselves and the world.
Can anyone interpret the song "Imagine Me," by Kirk Franklin?