Grandma's Hands Lyrics - Bill Withers
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Grandma's hands clapped in church on Sunday morning.
Grandma's hands played the tambourine so well.
Grandma's hands used to issue out a warning,
She'd say, â€œBilly don't you run so fast,
Might fall on a piece of glass,
Might be snaked there in that grass,â€
Grandma's hands sooth the local unwed mother
Grandma's hands used to ache sometimes and swell
Grandma's hands used to lift her face and tell her,
She'd say, â€œBaby Grandma understands,
That you really loved that man,
Put yourself in Jesus' hands.â€
Grandma's hands used to hand me piece of candy.
Grandma's hands picked me up each time I fell.
Grandma's hands, boy the really came in handy
She'd say, â€œ Mattie don't you whip that boy.
What you want to spank him for?
He didn't drop no apple core,â€
But I don't have Grandma anymore,
If I get to heaven I'll look for
Writer: WITHERS, BILL
Lyrics © Universal Music Publishing Group
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Grandma's soul | Reviewer: M. Harward | 5/1/2005
Simply told, emotionally powerful and revealing.
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