"Angel" is a song by British pop duo Eurythmics from their seventh studio album, We Too Are One (1989). It was written by band members Annie Lennox and David A. Stewart and produced by Stewart and Jimmy Iovine. The song was released as the album's fourth UK single in May 1990, and would be the duo's final single for almost a decade (discounting the re-release of two older singles the following year). It was also released as the second single from the album in the United States.
Lennox said in an interview at the time that the song was inspired by the death of her aunt, as she sings about a woman who has killed herself and now has "gone to meet her maker". The music video, directed by Sophie Muller, features the duo taking part in a seance and running through a burning house, and was not widely seen in the US (not shown at all on MTV) supposedly due to several scenes depicting the occult.
"Angel" peaked at number 23 on the UK Singles Chart, though failed to chart on the US Billboard Hot 100.
Lennox re-recorded the song in 1997 for the Diana, Princess of Wales: Tribute album.
Top songs by Eurythmics
- Sweet Dreams (are Made Of This)
- Love Is A Stranger
- Here Comes The Rain Again
- The Miracle Of Love
- Thorn In My Side
- There Must Be An Angel
- A Whiter Shade Of Pale
- Even The Bad Times (were Good Times)
- Crazy Sister
- I Saved The World
- Chelsea Lovers
- Better To Have Lost In Love (than Never To Have...
- Would I Lie To You
- In This Town
- I Need You
- I Could Give You (a Mirror)
- A Little Of You
- Anything But Strong
- How Long
- I Need A Man
- I Love You Like A Ball And Chain
- I Got A Lover (back In Japan)
- There Must Be An Angel (playing With My Heart)
- Do You Want To Break Up
- Don't Ask Me Why
- Beautiful Child
- I Remember You
- A Cat With A Tale
- Missionary Man
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