"Angel in Your Arms" as written by Herbert Clayton Ivey, Howard Thomas Brasfield Jr. and Terry Woodford....
Do you think I'm such a fool
To believe everything you say is true
Well that just goes to show
That you really don't know
While you're out painting the town
Do you think I'm home just sitting around
Waiting on you
Now who's really the fool

When I first found out I hurt all over
I felt so left out till I got to know her
So I drived away as she got over
And I became just like her

So don't be surprised to find that
The angel in your arms this morning
Is gonna be the devil in someone else's arms tonight
Yes the angel in your arms this morning
Is gonna be the devil in someone else's arms tonight

Why'd you slip around secretly
If you were tired of loving me
Why do you keep holding on
When love was already gone
The time you said you wasn't feeling well
Did you think I couldn't tell
You've been with someone else
You were only kidding yourself

When I first found out I hurt all over
I felt so left out till I got to know her
So I drived away as she got over
And I became just like her so don't be surprised to find
The angel in your arms this morning
Is gonna be the devil in someone else's arms tonight
Yes the angel in your arms this morning
Is gonna be the devil in someone else's arms tonight
The angel in your arms this morning
Is gonna be the devil in someone else's arms tonight
Yes the angel in your arms this morning
Is gonna be the devil in someone else's arms tonight


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"Angel in Your Arms" as written by Howard Thomas Brasfield Jr. Herbert Clayton Ivey

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