Angel On The Breeze

A beautiful song written by a father after the suicide of his daughter.

Vicky from Darwin died after taking an overdose following two years of desperately searching for a job. The 21-year-old, with 10 GCSEs and three A-levels, died a day after she had received another rejection letter following a recent job interview.

Her father has written this song in Vicki's memory and he sent it to me with the hope that others will find comfort with his words and music. The song’s video includes videos and photos of Vicky.

He has given permission to freely distribute in the hope that this music will in some small way help others.

Angel On The Breeze


 

To see your smile once more

And hear your voice again

If only I could have those things

It would help to ease my pain

My pillow holds an ocean of tears

Thinking it’s a dream

My heart is in a million pieces

I just want to shout and scream


You are the sun that shines so bright

You are the twinkle of a star in the sky

You are the flowers that grow wild and free

You are an angel who glides on the breeze


If pictures paint a thousand words

You have broken the rule

By taking one look at you

We can all see you’re the jewel

I’m lost and don’t know what to do

Each day I cry and cry

Your beautiful face and smile to see

Would help to get me by


You are the sun that shines so bright

You are the twinkle of a star in the sky

You are the flowers that grow wild and free

You are an angel who glides on the breeze


Angel on the breeze

Angel on the breeze

Angel on the breeze

Angel on the breeze 

Angel on the breeze

Angel on the breeze

Music and lyrics by Tony Harrison

Vocals By Sharon Fehlberg

Produced By Andy Haldane www.andyhaldane.co.uk 

Recorded at Greenholm Studios

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