"Young Bridge" as written by and Elizabeth Powell....
wine is lovely, but it's making my legs shake
sad and stoned let it stay a lone
cause we belong to live right though it's riding our own strength
where were we when these souls had eyes

cause you're a street angel house devil
leadin' so right
you're a street angel house devil
leadin so right

and there's no light underneath you underneath you
no there's no light underneath you underneath you

how long to live right when it's right at our arms' length
sad and stoned let it stay a lone
cause we belong to live right though it's right at our arms' length
all the love receded all my money's gone

cause you're a street angel house devil
leadin' so right
yeah you're a street angel house devil
leadin' so right

and there's no light underneath you underneath you
oh there's no light underneath you underneath you

I just want my money to say..
I just want my money to say...
I just want my money to say....
it will never leave so suddenly again

cause you're a street angel house devil
leadin' so right
yeah you're a street angel house devil
leadin' so right

and there's no light underneath you underneath you
now there's no light underneath you underneath you
ah there's no light underneath you underneath you
and there's no light underneath you underneath you


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    General CommentStreet Angel House Devil refers to someone whose outward appearance is very respected and perfect but when he is at home he is anything but. Im not sure if the song is from the perspective of an abused house wife or perhaps a prostitute. The latter would make all the references to being out of money etc. A women whose money left her resorts to sleeping with a respected individual in town in order to support herself but he turns out that hes not what he appears and is a 'devil' at home.
    U4iaon January 18, 2009   Link

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