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Put Your Hand In The Hand
Words and Music by: Gene MacLellan (I got another blast from the past for you called "Hand in the hand", written by Gene "Snowbird" MacLellan)   One, two, three... Put your hand in the hand of the Man who stilled the water Put your hand in the hand of the Man who calmed the sea Then take a look at yourself and you will look at others differently Put your hand in the hand of the Man from Galilee. Every time I look into the Holy Book I start to tremble When I read about the part where the Carpenter cleared the temple Because the buyers and the sellers were much different fella's than what I professed to be And it causes me shame to know I'm not the man that I could be. Put your hand in the hand of the Man who stilled the water Put your hand in the hand of the Man who calmed the sea And take a look at yourself and you will look at your brothers differently Put your hand in the hand of the Man from Galilee. Mama taught me how to pray before I reached the age of seven And when I'm down on my knees, I feel a little bit closer to Heaven My Daddy lived his life with two kids and a wife, he did the best that he could do And he taught me a better way to live, I'll pass it on to you. He said... Put your hand in the hand of the Man who stilled the water You put your hand in the hand of the Man who calmed the sea Then take a look at yourself and you will look at others differently Put your hand in the hand of the Man from Galilee. Put your hand in the hand, hand in the hand You put your hand in the hand, hand in the hand You take a look at yourself and you will look at others differently Put your hand in the hand of the Man from Galilee. Alright, you put your hand in the hand of the Man who stilled the water Yea, yea, yea, you put your hand in the hand of the Man who calmed the sea Take a look at yourself now (cha, cha, cha) you see things differently Put your hand in the hand of the hand of the hand of the hand of the hand of the hand of the Man. Yea, the Man from Galilee.