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Angel Like You lyrics and chords are provided for your personal use
only, it's a beautiful country Christmas song recorded by Doug Stone.
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Angel Like You Recorded by Doug Stone Written by Angela Kaset and Pamela Belford
G Em C D7 Deep in my Christmas memories G Em C D7 Is the angel that flew to the top of our tree Am C D7 She guarded the presents that lay beneath Am G D7 And when no one was lookin' she smiled down at me G C G D7 I stared up in wonder at her tender eyes G C G D7 I wanted to touch her but she was too high
G Em D7 Bm C D7 Bm Em Angel my angel dream that I wish would come true C D7 Bm C G D7 G Em C All I ever wanted was an angel like you
D7 G Em C D7 Now the years they will make a boy a man G Em C D7 But there still are some mysteries I don't understand Am C D7 How the moment we met I knew you would be mine Am G D7 I felt like I'd known you a long long time G C G D7 It was just around Christmas and I felt alone G C G D7 I looked in your eyes and I knew I'd come home
D7 G Em C D7 Now we tucked our angels in upstairs G Em C D7 And heard them say their Christmas prayers Am C D7 We put all their presents under the tree Am G D7 As I reached for your hand do you see what I see G C G D7 That shiny old angel is smiling at you G C G D7 Like this was the secret that she always knew
D7 Bm C G D7 G Em C D7 G Oh all I've ever wanted was an angel like you
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