HAND IN HAND AGAIN
(Raymond B. Egan / Richard A. Whiting, 1919)
There were tears in the hour that was darkest
The hour that came just before dawn
But a smile lurks today
Where a tear used to stray
And the curtain of darkness is drawn.
Not a sparrow may fall from the tree top
Unknown to the angels above
So then why should our fears
Turn our smiles to tears
Heaven watches o'er all hearts that love.
Ev'ry heart is lighter
Ev'ry smile is brighter
Sad "Adieu is changing to Hello" again
Sorrow walk'd before us
But a pray'r watch'd o'er us
We stray'd far buy here we are
Hand in Hand Again.