"Hands Up" as written by Ian Stevenson Crichton, James Dickson Crichton, Michael Anthony Sadler and James Gerad Gilmour....
The saints and the sinners
Are waiting for their paradise
And all the new beginners
Prepare to make the sacrifice
All the sons and the daughters
Who think that they have seen the light
Will surely walk on water
If they give it all they've got tonight

Sometimes that's all it takes
Some quiet desperation and a leap of faith

[Chorus]
Hands up, get in line
It's time to step into the light
Hands up, wait for the sign
We're gonna raise the roof tonight

And the new solution
Is just a buck or two away
A healthy contribution
Will help to get you on your way
I can see you're nervous
But good things come to those who wait
I'll be at your service
Just don't forget to fill the plate

There's always a saving grace
So tell yourself you're going to a better place

Hands up, get in line
It's time to step into the light
Hand's up, wait for the sign
We're gonna raise the roof tonight
Hands up, don't be shy
You're finally gonna see the light
Hands up, wait for the sign
We're gonna raise the roof tonight

[Chorus]


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"Hands Up" as written by James Crichton Ian Crichton

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