"Angela Starling" as written by and Ken Griffin Gerald Griffin....
Angela Starling was way past hope and
On to something that she'd never find
After that day things got bigger than us
They got bigger than giants and given a life

I know magic finds its way
I've been blistered by the moonbeams
The moonbeams

I have had much better times than these
Better reasons and better excuses
To ring a bell for the tiny man's uses
Don't have to decide
I love this compromise
You've finally got me
Swallowing miracles
The whole way down
Down

Then came the dawning
The waking, the tasting
And the need to live longer
Than ever before
All the wrongdoing after one wrongdoing
Was clearer than history to her

I know magic finds its way
I've been blistered by the moonbeams
The moonbeams

I have had much better times than these
Better reasons and better excuses
To ring a bell for the tiny man's uses
Don't have to decide
I love this compromise
You've finally got me
Swallowing miracles
The whole way down

Don't have to decide
I love this compromise
You've finally got me
Swallowing miracles
The whole way down

Don't have to decide
I love this compromise
You've finally got me
Swallowing miracles
The whole way down


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Angela Starling song meanings
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