Song Information for Angel Flying Too Close to the Ground

Song Title:Angel Flying Too Close to the Ground
Artist:Nelson, Willie
Hits:27
{t:Angel Flying Too Close to the Ground}
 {st:Willie Nelson}
 
 
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 written and performed by Willie Nelson
 
 (explanations for parenthetical notation at end)
 
 If[A(5)] you had not have f[C#m(4)]allen
 then [D(2)]I would not have fo[A]und you
 [D]Angel flying too c[E]lose to the g[A]round
 [A(5)]I patched up your [C#m(4)]broken wing and [D(2)]hung around for a [A(5)]while
 [B(7)]trying to keep your spirits up and your f[E]ever down
 So [A(5)]leave me if you [C#m(4)]need to, [D(2)]I will still r[D#dim]emember
 [A]Angel flying too c[E]lose to the g[A]round.
 
 I [A(5)]knew some[C#m(4)]day that you would fly [D(2)]away
 for l[B7]ove's the greatest healer to be f[E]ound
 So [A(5)]leave me if you [C#m(4)]need to, [D(2)]I will still r[D#dim]emember
 [A]Angel flying too [E]close to the [A]ground
 
 [A(5)]Fly on fly on [C#m(4)]past, the speed of [D(2)]sound
 I'[B7]d rather see you up than see you [E]down
 So [A(5)]leave me if you [C#m(4)]need to, [D(2)]I will still r[D#dim]emember
 [A]Angel flying too c[E]lose to the g[D]round.[A]
 
 
 The numbers in parenthesis indicate to barre the chord on that fret.
 For example A(5) means to play an E chord barred on the 5th fret.
 C#m(4) means to play an Am chord barred on the 4th fret.
 D(2) means to play a C chord barred on the 2nd fret.
 No parenthesis means to play the chord in the typical open string position.
 If you're not comfortable with barre chords, the song sound fine without them.
 D#dim is played by xx1212.
 Willie likes to add lots of bass runs like C# C D (on the A string)
 between the C#m and D chords
 and E F# G# A (on the E string) with a triplet feel on each note
 between the E and A(5) chords or the A and A(5) chords