Adults fall down and wave on the ground this time of year, too.
Kenny Loggins gets responsibly grown up and romantic with “Angels in the Snow.” It’s lofty eezee listening about their kids. Best paired with a young merlot.
The Listening pleases the crowd live with ethereal hard rock for their “Angels in the Snow.” Woo
Beth Sherburn makes a romantic come-on with her “Snow Angels.” Odd foreplay, but okay.
Washing the love with the whiteness of snow Amy Sky’s “Angels in the Snow” reflects, reveres.
Wanting wishing leering Eddie Pinero emo-pops “Snow Angels” mostly about lost innocence.
Cris Williamson lights up the disco genre with “Snow Angel.” High notes, high sentiment, seems high.
Ed Grossheim dedicates his “Snow Angel” to his special one. Sounds like they were doing more than waving arms/legs. Winkwink.
The journey of life occupies “Snow Angels” by William Park. Dude, he’s dying!
About the most disturbing expression of love and life through the song “Snow Angel” heralds from Willie Hyde. This pokey country campfire crooning will mess you up.