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I Can't Find An Angel lyrics

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Bill Anderson – I Can't Find An Angel lyrics

It's twelve o'clock again
And here I am slowly driving home
To nothing but a big old empty bed
And another night alone

Before I left this evening
I turned the lights down low and chilled some wine
I thought tonight would be the night
Someone would use that pillow next to mine

I went to church and got down on my knees
And softly said a prayer
I listened for an answer
But I didn't find it there

I looked in every honky tonk in town
And I searched the neon lights
But I can't find an angel
To save my life

It seems that everyone I know
Has found someone to love and settle in
But I ain't settled nothing and it's killing me
Time and time again

I've been shot down in flames
I've been stood up and I've been frozen out
I've been hurt but never felt
As helpless as I'm feeling now

I went to church and got down on my knees
And softly said a prayer
I listened for an answer
But I didn't find it there

Oh, I need to find an angel
To save my life



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