WHERE ANGELS PLAY: a foundation to forever remember the 26 angels ofSandy Hook Elementary; a new song that touches our hearts to remind usthat “they’re more than okay, not far away, where angels play.”Monday, October 26, 2015
"There are no words left to hear But I’ll reach you, you’ll know I’m near Go on hold on, go on let go We’re worlds apart, but closer than you know In my world, there’s nowhere, nowhere I can’t go In my world, there’s nothing, nothing I can’t do I can climb up to the sky Catch the stars like fireflies Laugh and slide back down without touching the ground On wings of light If you could just see my face in this magical place I’m so much more than okay, not far away Where angels play."That's the first verse of the newly released song, "Where Angels Play", by written by Cheryl DaVeiga and Maria Adubato.
DaVeiga is an award winning song writer. Adubato is a professional singer who performs with the Brother John Brown and the Bell Bottom Blues band.
The song was written for the Where Angels Play Foundation, founded by Bill Lavin of the Elizabeth Fire Company. The organization's mission is "to create joyful places to play. To provide hope, recovery, and a return to family values in the wake of senseless violence and tragedy."
When my dear friend, Maria Adubato, invited us to the Where Angels Play Fundraiser I didn't know what to expect. I didn't get a chance to google the history of the foundation.
DaVeiga and Adubato were given the Where Angels Play flag for their contribution.
Don't forget to listen, download and share the song, "Where Angels Play"