Part two - so this feels like it's the same person as the first part, or could be. Yet there's a more emotional edge to that person now which I find quite enthralling. Of course i'm just interpreting it - it could be a completely new person.
The lyrics are fitting - very fitting - to the overall tone of the piece and I could hear the piece as I read this through and could imagine it getting louder and softer in appropriate places.
The first few lines - especially the arrival at work made me smile for a second. I thought about readers taking in those lines and thinking just another day at work Then I realise that perhaps work for this person was like this everyday.
I echo one of the comments below aswell - this feels like a dream. Especially one where emotion is laid bare. The desperation, and the pure love that the person feels for the angel pulls me in further - you've captured that extremely well with just a few lines of exchanged conversation.
Overall I really like this - I like the sudden change from part one, I like the sadness interrupted with the beautiful lyrics and I love how the last bit of the song rounds it off nicely.