Pop star Demi Lovato stunningly covered Alabama's hit song, "Angels Among Us" in tribute for the children that were lost in the tragedy in Newtown, CT in 2012. Though no one can perform this song like Alabama, Lovato's rendition is raw and beautiful and she brings the sadness that this incident brought to the world into her performance.
Written by Don Goodman and Becky Hobbs, "Angels Among Us" was released in 1993 on Alabama's Cheap Seats album. The song actually charted three different times: #51 on the U.S. Billboard Hot Country Singles & Tracks chart (1993-1994), and then again on the same chart, peaking at #28 (1994-1995), and lastly #22 on the U.S. Billboard Bubbling Under Hot 100 chart in 1996.
This song talks about how there are helping hands everywhere, like angels among us. They are sent to help us through our darkest hours, whether it's a "kind word from a stranger" or just a "helping hand".
Check out Lovato's exceptional version of Alabama's "Angels Among Us". It's so moving and emotional that tears will definitely make an appearance.
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