"Hole In My Hand" as written by Richard Joshua Brown, Gregg Hionis and Joseph Alan Pangallo....
See the marker stone, see the heavy load
See the burden on my head hum
See I can't move on with my lantern gone
I need you only friend to shine in me

And I'm not afraid to show my heart
I'm not afraid to let you start in my life again

With a hole in my hand and a strength to my stand
With a flame in my heart, burnin' me again
With a hole in my hand and a strength to my stand
With a flame in my heart, burnin' me again
With a hole in my hand, with a hole in my hand

See the ropes are long and they hold on strong
To tie me to the end gone
See I can't move on with my freedom gone
I need you only friend to set me free

And I'm not afraid to show my heart
I'm not afraid to let you start in my life again

With a hole in my hand and a strength to my stand
With a flame in my heart, burnin' me again
With a hole in my hand and a strength to my stand
With a flame in my heart, burnin' me again
With a hole in my hand, with a hole in my hand

And I'm not afraid to show my heart

With a hole in my hand and a strength to my stand
With a flame in my heart, burnin' me again
With a hole in my hand and a strength to my stand
With a flame in my heart, burnin' me again
With a hole in my hand, with a hole in my hand
With a hole in my hand, yeah



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"Hole in My Hand" as written by Joseph Alan Pangallo Gregg Hionis

Lyrics © Universal Music Publishing Group, CAPITOL CHRISTIAN MUSIC GROUP

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    General CommentThis is a great song.

    "With a hole in my hand, and a strength in my stand
    With a flame in my heart, burn in me again
    With a hole in my hand, and a strength in my stand
    With a flame in my heart, burn in me again
    With a hole in my hand, with a hole in my hand"
    Christ_Followeron August 16, 2007   Link

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