August 18, 2021

Angel and a Sword

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Rockport, Maine

Hazel Delehey finds herself at a camp with strangers, after she thought that friends would be there, too. She longs for even one friend to join her, to help her fend off loneliness and inner turmoil.

Lyrics

Knock, knock, knock,
The wolf is at the door.
I’m too young to meet my maker,
Need an angel and a sword.
Don’t send me letters.
One rip and they get torn.
I need something stronger,
Need an angel and a sword.

Don’t leave me.
Don’t let this be my fate.
Stand by my side,
And tell me that it’s not too late.

Please hurry fast,
Faster than this chord.
I’m fighting these devils,
Need an angel and a sword.
Please hurry, I
Can’t take this anymore.
I’m fighting these devils,
Need an angel and a sword.

If I had one person,
They could be my sword.
I’d climb mountains.
I’d ride, ride the fastest horse.

If I had one person,
They’d be my angel, too.
They’d sing to me.
They’d comfort me.
Help, help me push through.

Don’t leave me.
Don’t let this be my fate.
Stand by my side,
And tell me that it’s not too late.

Please hurry fast,
Faster than this chord.
I’m fighting these devils,
Need an angel and a sword.
Please hurry, I
Can’t take this anymore.
I’m fighting these devils,
Need an angel and a sword.

Story Source

CO-WRITER

PERFORMED BY

PRODUCED BY

Malcolm Brooks

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