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Where Angels Cry Walkthrough

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Hear me grieving, I'm lying on the floor. Whether I'm drunk or dead I really ain't too sure. I'm a blind man, I'm a blind man and my world is pale. When a blind man cries, Lord, you know there ain't no sadder tale.

Had a friend once in a room, Had a good time but it ended much too soon. In a cold month in that room We found a reason for the things we had to do. I'm a blind man, I'm a blind man, now my room is cold.

When Angels Cry - Guild Achievements

There is no quick dance across the keyboard this midnight. There is a purpose in this song; it is begging humans to know humanity.

My mind nudges my imagination in the meaning of Take 6. What is the purpose of this group who has me musing over music in a cornfield? How many angels have rested in this cornfield while crying? I talk: The narrative of this group is legendary. Picture this—Oakwood University; sixty-five Oak trees; Oakwood, a former slave plantation birthed in vision by an uneducated white woman from Maine.

Hear the call of purpose! I talk to myself: The jazz-styled religious acapella sound is grounded in a profound commitment to Christian ethos, the Seventh-day Adventist musical tradition, and African, African-West Indian, and African American cultures.