• Artist: Ashelyn Summers
  • Title: Angel
  • Genre: Rock - Alternative Pop, Pop - Adult Contemporary, Pop - Alternative Pop
  • Mood: Down/Dark/Melancholic
  • Speed: Slow (45-63)
  • Instruments: Acoustic Piano, Strings
  • Track type: Lyric - Full Length
  • Date added: 4/19/2012
  • Lyric themes: Anguish Desperation, Struggle Hardship, Tired Fatigue, Being in Love Passion, Despair Misery, Regret
  • Lyrics: Verse 1: He’d known How I felt since the first day I’d always wanted more An angel Complete with white wings and purity I was so naïve Pre-Chorus: To think that he could ever give me what I need Empty promises he never intended to keep Chorus: My wings My protection He set them both to doubt One by one He tore each feather out Until I lay dying My face toward the sky Praying that some day again I would fly Verse 2: Does he know How I found out the truth How I found out about her He lied to me After all of my warnings About these shattered dreams Pre-Chorus: Now I look at life in quite a different way I feel like everyone’s trying to take my love away Chorus: My wings My protection He set them both to doubt One by one He tore each feather out Until I lay dying My face toward the sky Praying that some day again I would fly Bridge: I hope that you realize The weight of what you’ve done Stole my innocence and ability to love I thought you were heaven sent Clearly I was wrong How could you My best friend with my best friend All because of you Now both are gone Chorus: My wings My protection You set them both to doubt One by one You tore each feather out Until I lay dying My face toward the sky Praying that some day again I would fly
  • Keywords: sad, intense

About Ashelyn Summers

Ashelyn Summers

Her rich, nuanced vocals will capture you the moment you hear them, and perhaps there is no better introduction than "Willful Amnesia" - with her voice set poignantly alone against the sounds of storied instruments: the worn melancholy of a 1910 Story & Clark piano, the resonant tenor of a 100-year-old cello, and the sonorous baritone of a 200-year-old bass.

Preview track
Added
Share track
Add track to playlist