Angel Come to me, to me, come to me
Angel Belong to me, to me, belong to me
Angel You have wings to fly, fly to me
Angel Do you doubt?
No need to have doubt
Angel Feel my love, my love for you
Feel my love for you
Angel Carry me to you, to your home
In Paradise
Angel I would lie for you, for you just for you
With my burning heart
Angel Dont' feel liable for me and my pain
Don't feel liable
Cause Angels must be free
High up from this world
In eternity
Angel I could clip your wings
To catch all your love
To calm your pain
But Angel
This world would be so wrong
You would bleed to death immediately
So Angel
Come to me
Heal my glaring pain
Voluntarily


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    This is a song of the beauty of love and pain; it makes me weep. My favorite.

    wumpscut.angelon May 30, 2002   Link
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    I like this song its very beautiful, but it's hard to believe that dorky looking Rudy Ratzinger sings this. Oh well, dorky looking or not he still makes some good music.

    Ratgirlon June 06, 2002   Link
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    This song captures the essence of beauty and longing. Pain and hope. I love this song so much.

    o0Sid0oon September 21, 2002   Link
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    Do they have any other songs that sound similar to this one? I love slow, almost vampiric sounding songs. Thanks x

    DemonicaBon November 08, 2005   Link
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    Haha, this song reminds me of a webcomic I read, Jack.....

    Kitsune_Tokkanon May 09, 2007   Link
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    "Angel I would lie for you, for you, just for you with my yearning heart. And Angel, I would die for you, for you, just for you with my burning heart."

    I LOVE this song.

    ChellaBabyon July 10, 2007   Link
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    Oh yeah. >_< The lyrics in the quotes were mistakes I found.

    ChellaBabyon July 10, 2007   Link
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    Btw.. I think the message that comes with this song is: "I love you with all of my heart, I would do anything in the world for you, you mean everything to me.. There are things I could do, things I could say, that would make you stay with me, but I would be wrong in doing so. Because if you do not love me as I love you, it could possibly harm you. If you do choose to leave, to be free, don't feel like my pain was your fault."

    Something like that.

    ChellaBabyon July 10, 2007   Link
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    This used to be mine and my lovers song. It always reminds me of him so I can't listen to it without crying anymore. Lovely beautiful song, me and my love lived far apart and only saw each other a few times and I always wanted to clip his wings hehe.

    Silou1aon July 21, 2007   Link
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    The artist mentioned this song as one of his most favorite songs

    xxullon November 28, 2008   Link

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