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Angel Flying Too Close to the Ground

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

"Angel Flying Too Close to the Ground"
Single by Willie Nelson
from the album Honeysuckle Rose
B-side "I Guess I've Come to Here in Your Eyes"
Released January 1981
Genre Country
Length 4:27
Label Columbia
Songwriter(s) Willie Nelson
Producer(s) Willie Nelson
Willie Nelson singles chronology
"On the Road Again"
(1980)
"Angel Flying Too Close to the Ground"
(1981)
"Mona Lisa"
(1981)
"On the Road Again"
(1980)
"Angel Flying Too Close to the Ground"
(1981)
"Mona Lisa"
(1981)

"Angel Flying Too Close to the Ground" is a 1981 single from the film Honeysuckle Rose. "Angel Flying Too Close to the Ground" was written and performed by Willie Nelson. The single was Willie Nelson's seventh number one on the country chart as a solo artist and stayed at number one for one week and spent a total of fourteen weeks on the country chart.[1]

This song is commonly believed to have been written about Charlie "Magoo" Tinsley, a good friend of Nelson's who happened to also be a member of The Hells Angels.[citation needed] This has never been confirmed or denied by Nelson who usually says he's not going to argue with a load of bikers.[citation needed] He did once claim the song was about his wife Connie.[citation needed]

Charts

Chart (1981) Peak
position
US Hot Country Songs (Billboard)[2] 1
Canadian RPM Country Tracks 1

Cover versions

References

  1. ^ Whitburn, Joel (2004). The Billboard Book Of Top 40 Country Hits: 1944-2006, Second edition. Record Research. p. 245. 
  2. ^ "Willie Nelson Chart History (Hot Country Songs)". Billboard.
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