Way back when the church was young in the day of Pentecost
There were a few good men goin' around the land preachin' Jesus to the lost
They came from different places, different walks of life
They didn't have no denomination, they just called themselves the Body of Christ

There's a lot of good people who love the Lord, even in the world today
They want to bring the wanderers in, for somehow we've lost our way
We need to reach out to our brothers and take our bibles of the shelf
And put our differences aside and stop fighting amongst ourselves

We see you sittin' around here fuzzing with each other
While the lost and dyin' world is goin' to hell
Just put your hand in my hand, we been fighting long enough
Let's get on down to God's business: the business of love
Yes, the business of love

Well, some like the music quit and some like the music load
And some people sit and listen and some people dance around
Just look up at the rainbow that God put in the sky
He uses all of the colors to make the light of his love shine

We're still sittin' around here fuzzing with each other
While the lost and dyin' world is goin' to hell
Just put your hand in my hand, we've been fighting long enough
Let's get on down to God's business: the business of love
Yes, the business of love

We're still sittin' around here fuzzing with each other
While the lost and dyin' world is goin' to hell
Just put your hand in my hand, we've been fighting long enough
Let's get on down to God's business: the business of love
Yes, the business of love

Down to God's business
Put your hand in my hand, we've been fighting long enough
Let's get on down to God's business: the business of love
Yes, the business of love


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