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A man is placed upon the stairs, a baby cries and 
high above you can hear the church bells start to ring.
And the heaviness,  the heaviness all settles in
 and somewhere you can hear a mother sing.

Then it's one foot then the other as you  step out
 on the road  ~ you step out on that road.
How much weight,  how much?
Then it's how long, how far and 
how many times oh before it's too late?



Calling all Angels ~ Calling all Angels
Walk me through this one ~ don't leave me alone
Calling all Angels ~ Calling all Angels
We're trying and we're hoping
but we're not sure how....



Ah and every day you gaze upon the  sunset with such love and intensity
Why it's almost as if oh if you could only crack the code
then you'd finally understand what this all means.

But if you could...do you think you would trade
 it all for the pain and suffering?
Ah, but then you would have missed the beauty
of the Light upon this earth and the sweetness of the leaving.



Calling all Angels ~ Calling all Angels
Walk me through this and don't leave me alone
Calling all Angels ~ Calling all Angels
We're trying,  we're hoping
But we're not sure how



Calling all Angels ~ Calling all Angels
Walk me through this one - don't leave me alone
Calling all Angels ~ Calling all Angels
We're trying, we're hoping, we're loving and  
We're hurting, we're crying, we're calling
'Cause we're not sure how this goes....

~Calling All Angels~






The title of this song is "Calling All Angels" written and performed by Jane Siberry 
with k.d. Lang.  If you are looking for this song on CD, it is available on k.d. Lang's CD "Recollection".  You can find it by typing it in your favorite search engine on your browser. 


The graphic at the top of  this page  was designed using the artwork of
 Thomas Blackshear II  titled "Watchers in the Night"
  http://blackshearonline.com

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