"The Man Upstairs" as written by and Gerry Manners Dorinda Morgan....
Have you talked to the man upstairs?
'Cause he wants to hear from you
Have you talked to the man upstairs?
He will always see you through

And this trouble ever troubles you
Now don't you run and hide
'Cause if you ever need a friend
He'll be there by your side

Just turn your eyes to Heaven
And say a simple prayer
Through the clouds of lace
You'll see his face
No matter when or where

Have you talked to the man upstairs?
'Cause he wants to hear from you
Have you talked to the man upstairs?
He will always see you through

Have you talked to the man upstairs?
He wants to hear from you
Have you talked to the man upstairs?
He's always see you through

And this trouble ever troubles you
Well don't you run and hide
'Cause if you ever need a friend
He'll be there by your side
If you talk to the man upstairs



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"The Man Upstairs" as written by Gerry Manners Dorinda Morgan

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