Take my hand and walk

Some songs stick to something really deep inside you. They come back to you at times in your life when you need them, like good friends. They remind you of what you know and where you have been. Like an anchor to your soul. It’s one of the reason songs exist. This song is one of those for me:

Take My Hand and Walk (by The Kry)

I know there are times
Your dreams turn to dust
You wonder as you cry
Why it has to hurt so much
Give Me all your sadness
Someday you will know the reason why
With a child-like heart
Simply put your hope in Me

CHORUS:
Take My hand and walk where I lead
Keep your eyes on Me alone
Don’t you say why were the old days better
Just because you’re scared of the unknown
Take My hand and walk

Don’t live in the past
Cause yesterday’s gone
Wishing memories would last
You’re afraid to carry on
You don’t know what’s comin’
But you know the One who holds tomorrow
I will be your guide
Take you through the night
You just keep your eyes on Me

(second chourus)
Take my hand and walk where I lead
Keep your eyes on me alone
Don’t you say why were the old days better
Just because you’re afraid of the unknown
Take my hand and walk where I lead
You will never be alone
Faith is to be sure of what you hope for
And the evidence of things unseen
So take my hand and walk
Just like a child holding daddy’s hand
Don’t let go of mine
You know you can’t stand on your own

(repeat chorus)

Words by Jean-Luc Lajoie and Yves Lajoie
Music by Jean-Luc Lajoie

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2 Responses to “Take my hand and walk”

  1. Sarah Says:

    Neil,
    Love this song.
    What happened to the other post?
    Did we crash your blog-party?
    How “us” of us !! 🙂
    Love you.

  2. Neil Says:

    The other post went to never never land.

    Feedback from two women whose opinions carry alot of weight for me made me see an angle to what I wrote that I wouldn’t have seen on my own. “You live and learn.”

    ‘preciate the words, though.

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