"Teen Angel" as written by and Jean Surrey....
Teen angel, teen angel, teen angel, ooh
That fateful night the car was stalled upon the railroad track
I pulled you out and we were safe, but you went running back

Teen angel, can you hear me?
Teen angel, can you see me?
Are you somewhere up above?
And I am still your own true love?

What was it you were looking for that took your life that night?
They said they found my high school ring clutched in your fingers tight

Teen angel, can you hear me?
Teen angel, can you see me?
Are you somewhere up above?
And I am still your own true love?

Just sweet sixteen, and now you're gone
They've taken you away
I'll never kiss your lips again
They buried you today

Teen angel, can you hear me?
Teen angel, can you see me?
Are you somewhere up above?
And I am still your own true love?

Teen angel, teen angel, answer me, please


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"Teen Angel" as written by Frederick Patrick Dion Di Mucci

Lyrics © Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Spirit Music Group

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    General CommentWow, it's really hunting song... It nearly makes me cry... :( I think lyric are quite understandable - they were in car crash, he pulled her out, but she went back for his ring and died and now he's singing about her. Really, really sad...
    ThreeEyedSmileyon March 23, 2008   Link
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    General CommentWow, it's really hunting song... It nearly makes me cry... :( I think lyric are quite understandable - they were in car crash, he pulled her out, but she went back for his ring and died and now he's singing about her. Really, really sad...
    ThreeEyedSmileyon March 23, 2008   Link
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    Lyric CorrectionThe above double-post I think meant to say "It's a very haunting song" rather than "It's really hunting song". I too tried to find the parallel between the lyrics and hunting season.
    charlesgroomon October 25, 2011   Link

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