"Do You Believe In Angels?" as written by Peter J. Gorritz, Richard A. Joyce, Jeffrey P. Dieham and Robert B. Schott Iii....
Last night I thought I saw you staring
Staring at the sky
Last night I thought I saw you wishing for your dreams to die
Last night I thought I heard you crying
Crying all your tears
Last night I thought I saw your shadow as you disappeared

Do you believe in angels
Do you believe in blood and wine
Do you believe in broken hearts
Or is this something you've never heard of
Do you believe it's a better world
Do you believe that no one cries
Do you believe in bitter tears
Or is this something you've never wanted to believe in

Last night I thought I saw you staring
Staring at the sky
Last night I thought I saw you wishing for your dreams to die
Last night I thought I heard you screaming
Screaming all your tears
Last night I thought I saw your shadow as you disappeared

Do you believe in angels
Do you believe in god-like eyes
Do you believe in thornless roses
Or is this something you've never heard of
Do you believe in heaven
Do you believe you'll never die
Do you believe that I've never deceived you
Or is this something you've always wanted to believe in

Be careful what you're wishing for upon your falling star
I just might be the angel that you're looking for


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"Do You Believe in Angels [Dybia][#]" as written by Peter J. Gorritz Jeffrey P. Dieham

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    General CommentThis song is amazing, I think it's meaing is self explainitory...
    HearMeWhisperon October 24, 2007   Link
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    General CommentThe piano version of this song on the Staring at The Sky EP is the song I want played at my funeral.

    Most versions of this song make me cry every time I listen to it. So beautiful!
    Misrabelleon August 24, 2008   Link

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