Angel's Son

Album: Animosity (2001)
  • Life is changing
    I can't go on without you
    Rearranging, yeah
    I will be strong
    I'll stand by you

    You were fighting everyday
    So hard to hide the pain
    I know you never said goodbye
    I had so much left to say

    One last song
    Given to an Angel's Son
    As soon as you were gone
    As soon as you were gone

    I have a new life now
    She lives through you
    What can I do?
    Feel so alone now
    I pray for you
    We still love you

    You were fighting everyday
    So hard to hide the pain
    I know you never said goodbye
    I had so much left to say

    One last song
    Given to an Angel's Son
    As soon as you were gone
    As soon as you were gone

    One last song (I can't believe you're gone )
    Given to an Angel's Son (I can't believe)
    As soon as you were gone (As soon as you were gone)
    As soon as you were gone Writer/s: CLINT EDWARD LOWERY, LA JON JERMAINE WITHERSPOON, MIKEY DOLAN, MORGAN J. ROSE
    Publisher: Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

Comments: 4

  • Zero from Nowhere, NjI'd like to know more about the death. Was it an accident or a suicide?
  • Andy from Taunton, MaAbsolutely amazing song. Have not heard it in years and found it today. So powerful.
  • Anthony from Melbourne, AustraliaIt's an amazingly powerful song with an equally amazing film clip.
    Rest In Peace James, you will be missed.
  • Jess from Avoca, Australiathis is my favourite song in the whole wide world... its an incredible song....
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