(Never A Dull Moment)
Why yes that is Blake Growing up on me
This is for my grandmother that passed away
How could someone so heaven-sent, so innocent and frail / Wind up in the middle of someone else's hell?" Andy Griggs asks in his poignant new song, "Twenty Little Angels." The country star and lauded songwriter Bobby Pinson co-wrote the tune just after the Dec. 14 shootings in Newtown, Connecticut that left 27 people dead -- 20 of them first grade students at Sandy Hook Elementary School.
The song is not one of anger nor entirely of grief. It goes on to detail the fun these "twenty little angels" are likely having in the afterlife. "I know in heaven tonight, there's baseballs flying over fences / High in the sky, finger paintings hanging on fridges / In God's holy light, ballerinas blowing kisses / Filling heaven with love," the Louisiana native sings.
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