Streets of Heaven (song)
|"Streets of Heaven"|
|Single by Sherrié Austin|
|from the album Streets of Heaven|
|Released||June 2, 2003|
|Sherrié Austin singles chronology|
"Streets of Heaven" is the title of a song recorded by Australian country music artist Sherrié Austin. It was released in June 2003 as the first single and title from her album Streets of Heaven. Austin wrote the song with Paul Duncan and Al Kasha.
The song relates the latest in a mother's series of 2 AM hospital room prayers for her seriously ill and dying seven-year-old daughter. The title refers to the last line in each chorus, as well as the end of the song, wherein she makes the request, "So if you take her with you today, will you make sure she looks both ways, And would you hold her hand when she crosses the streets of Heaven."
|US Hot Country Songs (Billboard)||18|
|US Billboard Bubbling Under Hot 100||13|
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