She Wrestled An Angel, song by Entrance Way

She Wrested An Angel

Our protagonist wonders if it were possible to physically engage with an angel. Two problems present themselves here: where does one find an angel, and then wouldn’t his strength overpower her? She solves both of these in the song.

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She Wrested An Angel Lyrics

(Stafford/Kelley 2016)

Verse 1
She wrestled an angel down from the airs,
overcoming two great problems and her cares.
The first was discerning just where to look,
not something found in every glen or nook.

Verse 2
He might be seen in the foliations
of the mind, in special meditations.
She trained herself to seek in odd creases,
turning over mental stones and all the pieces.

Chorus
Oh, it’s good to have an angel in your life,
where life always deals both good and the knife.
An angel just might bring freedom from strife.

Verse 3
Then she realized the world is full of angels,
not bounding everywhere, and constant changes,
but enough available for the snare,
something quite like fishing, if you just take care.

Verse 4
Found her angel in the Shenandoahs,
as he expressed many hosannas
to morning mist drifting through the valley,
seemingly unaware of her stealthy finale.

Play She Wrestled An Angel

Chorus
Oh, it’s good to have an angel in your life,
where life always deals both good and the knife.
An angel just might bring freedom from strife.

Verse 5
Now that second problem quickly appeared:
his strength surpassed hers, however he volunteered
his consent, and they rolled through rhododendron
like she wrestled in some odd, ghostly end run..

Verse 6
He held her two thin wrists to the ground,
penetrated her eyes, as though he found
the perfect human woman, and then he said,
“You know I’m not a man, yet you love me instead?’

Chorus
Oh, it’s good to have an angel in your life,
where life always deals both good and the knife.
An angel just might bring freedom from strife.

Play She Wrestled An Angel

Verse 7
His wings, though white, reflected a spectrum
of sizzling colors, a special trim
to contrast her unique understanding
of how carnal truth can be commanding.

Verse 8
She could only smile, for words can’t reveal
the lust of her heart, and could never conceal
how all of her life she always yearned
for the concrete touch of what can be learned.

Bridge
She learned the concrete touch
of the immortal, and such
a truth she could draw so far, far
inside her earthly body,
like a private star,
a private star,
a private star,
a private star.

Instrumental

Chorus
Oh, it’s good to have an angel in your life,
where life always deals both good and the knife.
An angel just might bring freedom from strife.
An angel just might bring freedom from strife.

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