"A Hand to Hold" as written by and Laurie Lewis....
The thrush in the forest, the lark in the field
Sing like their lives depend on the song
My mind has been full, but my voice has been still
In all this time since you've been gone

‘Cause you and I, we shared a rocky road
You and I shouldered a heavy load
Ah, but you and I, we had something gold
You and I, we had a hand to hold

There's an empty room behind my heart's door
And I've tried to fill it by calling your name
But the echoes subside and I know what's in store:
Only the emptiness remains

‘Cause you and I, we shared a rocky road
You and I shouldered a heavy load
Ah, but you and I, we had something gold
You and I, we had a hand to hold

I went out walking, thinking of you
I was filled with self-pity that we had to part
So I picked up a pebble of a pale rosy hue
And I carried it next to my heart
And it's strange, though I know that stone isn't you
It's a talisman that I hold dear
I clasp it tightly, and I don't feel so blue
And somehow, it brings you near

‘Cause you and I, we shared a rocky road
You and I shouldered a heavy load
Ah, but you and I, we had something gold
You and I, we had a hand to hold




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"A Hand To Hold" as written by Laurie Lewis

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