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Angels Recorded by Randy Travis Written by Harvey Harold McNalley, Barclay Anthony Moore Buckner A. Moore, Troy Harold Seals
C Me and some of the boys were sitting around the other night F C Started talking about politics religion love and life
And what a shame it was about 9/11 F And what about hell and what about heaven C And is there or isn't there angels here on earth F And then one guy said well you can take that for what it's worth C G7 If it's something I can see or something I can touch C Well I might believe in all that stuff
So I just had to say to him
C F Are you telling me that you've never seen an angel C Dm G7 Never felt the presence of one standing by C No robe of white no halo in sight E7 Am Well you missed the most obvious thing F Dm C Man are you blind just look in your mothers eyes
Spoken: C And then I said who went through the pain F C And smiled through the tears on the day of your birth
She counted your fingers and toes and thanked God you were whole F Son you outta know who loved you first that's right C And who always came running every time you cried out F And how many more things have you forgotten about
And who tried their best to teach you wrong from right C G7 And how many nights did she leave on the light While she waited and prayed that you came in C And who'd be there for you right up to the end
Think about it tonight
repeat #2 F Dm C Aww man are you blind just look in your mothers eyes
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