The Angels of Mercy

The Angels of Mercy

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Pop - Dreampop | Tampa, Florida, United States
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Member Since: 2017
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   Sounds Like: The LovePops, The Clientele

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Opening song of Higher, meant to be the last song and performance of Nick Fuse & the Angels of Mercy.

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Lyrics

Austin Luego

When the sun falls down
And the moonlight shines on the pueblo
As the shadows grow
El coyote calls on the wind
In the ghostly light,
A fire glows deep in your dark eyes
Like the ghostly love you spoke
Tiernamente

But your promises
Warm kisses of intention
In a melting fire
You buried deep my sin
From your blinding wild desire
To wholly own me
I am lucky to escape
With my own skin

In the morning you will rise
El sol brilla en sus ojos
May your dark eyes remain blind
To my shadow
The dead have come to life
Beware la muchacha loca
Bonita niña
Diablo femenino
Hasta luego

(Guitar bit for 2 guitars)

Now I'm on the run
Un bandido buscado
Your cry in my ears
The tears of love undead
But I've thrown the rear view mirror
Out the window
And never coming back
¡No, eso es!

In my nightmares when you rise
El sol brilla en sus ojos
I will turn my back
Un sombra temerosa
The dead have come to life
Beware la muchacha loca
Bonita niña
Diablo femenino
Hasta luego
Austin luego

Song Length
4:06
Genres
Folk - Rock, Folk - Alternative
Tempo / Feel
Medium (111 - 130)
Lead Vocal
Mixed Vocals
Moods
Disturbed, Restless

Subject Matter
Femininity
Similar Artist
The Clientele
Language
Multi-Language
Era
2000 and later

Lyric Credits Nick Fuse
Music Credits Nick Fuse & the Angels of Mercy
Producer Credits fuse
Publisher Credits fuse
Performance Credits Nick Fuse & the Angels of Mercy
Label Credits TBD