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Infamous Angel lyrics and chords are intended for your personal use only, it's a very pretty song recorded by Iris Dement.
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Infamous Angel Written and recorded by Iris Dement
G C Last night before I went to sleep my knees dropped to the floor G D7 I turned my eyes up to the sky and I prayed please help me Lord G C You know I've sowed my wild oats and now the fun's all gone G D7 G And then I heard these tender words and I put them in my song
C G Infamous Angel come on home to someone who loves you D7 And knows you needed to roam G C Grab your things a ticket's waiting at the bus depot G D7 G For Infamous Angel destination home
C I heard Heaven's choir rejoicing as the tears broke from my eyes G D7 And all at once it lifted the weight from my past life G C I found a pen and I left a note on the dresser drawer G D7 G Infamous Angel she don't live here anymore
Repeat #2 C Then I hurried out the back door as quickly as I could G D7 I went flying down two flights of stairs till on the street I stood G C And there I took that final look at my old neighborhood G D7 G Then I ran down the street proclaiming angel’s gone for good
C G Infamous Angel going home to someone who loves her D7 And knows she needed to roam G C She grabbed her things and claimed the ticket at the bus depot G D7 G For Infamous Angel destination home C G D7 C G Infamous Angel destination h-ome
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