Angel Dance

Album: Band of Joy (2010)
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  • Goodnight, sleep tight, big bright sun has gone away
    Ya know it's gone away
    Good bye, don't cry, tomorrow bring us a brand new day
    We can run away
    And they'll laugh up and down the hall
    Don't go shout when you hear them fall
    Let them fly right across the wall
    Let them cry till the morning call

    Little angel dance
    Little angel dance

    Big night, bright lights, time now to lay them under arrest
    Put 'em under arrest
    Bad guys, mean eye, all gone away to where they belong
    Let's just sing our song
    And they'll laugh up and down the hall
    Don't go shout when you hear them fall
    Let them fly right across the wall
    Let them cry till the morning call

    Little angel dance
    Little angel dance
    Little angel dance

    Goodnight, sleep tight, big bright sun has gone away
    It's gone away
    Good bye, don't cry, tomorrow bring us the brand new day
    We can run away
    And they'll laugh up and down the hall
    Don't go shout when you hear them fall
    Let them fly right across the wall
    Let them cry till the morning calls

    Ah little angel dance uh
    Little angel dance uh uh uh uh uh
    Little angel dance ooh
    C'mon c'mon c'mon and dance
    Yeah yeah yeah yeah yeah yeah yeah yeah yeah
    Ooh dance Writer/s: DAVID HIDALGO, LOUIS FRAUSTO PEREZ
    Publisher: BMG Rights Management
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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