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Music Video: Calling All Angels

Artisit: Train

  • Genre: Pop
  • Release Date: 2003
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Video Length: 3:42

  • Copyright: Train

Music Video For Calling All Angels By Artist Train

Reviews For Calling All Angels By Artist Train

  • Recycle

    3
    By The Real Born To Be Mild
    I was watching the new show Heartbeat and I heard what I thought was She's on Fire. So, I whooped out my iPhone and Music ID and the app identified the tune as Calling All Angels by Train. I guess I know where they got the melody for She's On Fire.
  • Beautiful!

    5
    By Lady in the Woods 2
    This song is so full of heart. And, Pat Monahan has one of purest, clearest, most beautiful voices I've ever heard. His singing is like the ringing of a bell that resonates with one's very being.
  • Bad

    3
    By Hdjhduh
    graphics
  • ummmm.....

    3
    By jklkl
    ok.... i like the song but im not a big fan of the video....at all
  • AWESOME SONG

    5
    By LOLL Swimmer
    This song is Awesome the graphics are not the greatest but the song is still insperational this song and the music video is worth the money ROCK ON TRAIN!!!
  • :)

    5
    By Krasheye
    Really green screened but I think it a sweet song I love train!!
  • ify

    2
    By Swimmmmy
    i <3 the song but the grapics in the video are TERRIBLE!
  • This Video

    2
    By Csudzy
    This is definantly not their best video. However, i love the song ;)
  • Angels

    5
    By jailee92
    I love this song
  • I love train

    5
    By !¡gina¡!✯♬
    :)

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