Singer James Blunt is thrilled by the success of his soulful single YOU'RE BEAUTIFUL, but insists it's the least meaningful song on his debut album, Back To Bedlam.

The song became the best-selling single of the year (2005) in the UK and was inspired by a glimpse of an ex-girlfriend with a new beau on a train.

The Brit Award winner claims, "It's probably one of the least meaningful songs on the album and by no means people's favourite.

"The album is like a book covering various aspects of life in a specific order.

"You hope people don't just read chapter four."