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Walk With Angles lyrics by Johnny McEvoy From the album Going To California, no chords at present, if anybody knows the chords will you send them to me

Early on one winters morning
I too the road to Islandbridge
T'was there I spied a fair woung maiden
Walking by a greenwood hedge
Where are you going my lovely maiden
on this cold winters day
She said my friend I walk with angels
to guide the strangers on my way
Gentle maiden now I love you
And my heart it breaks in two
And the stars up in the heavens
Could never shine as bright as you
But I am just a lonely traveller
Lost within a strangers land
Where no angels waly beside me
Where there's none to take my hand
She said the road that you must travell
Is long and weary to your feet
But you must walk the road before you
And some day again we'll meet
And when that day has come upon us
And the winter winds have died
On Islandbridge we'll be together
And walk with angels side by side

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