As I watch you move, across the moonlit room
There's so much tenderness in your loving
Tomorrow I must leave, the dawn knows no reprieve
God give me strength when I am leaving...

So raise your hands to heaven and pray
That we'll be back together someday

Tonight, I need your sweet caress
Hold me in the darkness
Tonight, you calm my restlessness
You relieve my sadness

As we move to embrace, tears run down your face
I whisper words of love, so softly
I can't believe this pain, it's driving me insane
Without your touch, life will be lonely

So raise your hands to heaven and pray
That we'll be back together someday

Tonight, I need your sweet caress
Hold me in the darkness
Tonight, you calm my restlessness
You relieve my sadness

Morning has come, another day
I must pack my bags and say goodbye.


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Hands to Heaven Lyrics as written by I. Spice D. Glasper

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    General CommentWell this song can mean so many things. But for me it has always taken a different turn. This use to be mine and my Love Justins song. But Justin commited suciede Jan-22-00. And i remember always listening to this song before he died and thinking about where we would be in our future together, the life we could share and the love we had for one another. And as time passed on and he passed away the song took another turn. I seen it from a totally different aspect. One of a guy who might have died or left someone who they loved. And it being a song they sing for the one they loved and lost. As in a prayer to be with that person. Longing for their love and their touch just one more time. It is about loving and letting go. The song helped me get through Justins death. It was as if somehow and someway he was giving that song to me so i could get through it all!!!
    DRAMAGAL03on May 02, 2004   Link

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