"Angeline" as written by Timothy C. Mitchell, Jon Secada, Lilian Garcia and George R. Noriega....
There's a name on the wall
But you can't make it out
There's a noise in the hall
But there's no one about
So you sneak out of bed
Hoping you'll catch Angeline
You're eyes are growing dark
As you fold out your heart, Angeline

There's a crack in the window
Some snow on the floor
There's a wind out there howling
But you want to make sure
As you light up a candle
She knocks on your door, Angeline
Your face is growing pale
As you spell out her name, Angeline

Angeline, you've got nothing to fear
It's only me, you're in for a treat
Angeline, I wish you'd see
The other me, the one you're about to release

You've heard all about her
But you haven't seen her face

When she enters your room
You're no longer afraid
'cause you know that if you'll die
You'll die with a smile, Angeline
So you just stare for a while
When closing your eyes, you believe

Angeline, you've got nothing to fear
It's only me, you're in for a treat
Angeline, I wish you'd see
The other me, the one you're about to release

Her hair is untidy
But her eyes they look mild
She's got a rope hanging around her
It was made for a child
As she unfolds her gown
You see her shoulders, they're burnt from the sun
You stretch out your hand,
Just to see if you can, but then she's gone

C...
Angeline...


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"Angeline" as written by Pal Angelskar

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