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THE HAND THAT HELD THE PEN (Peter Crowder / Russel de Lacy) Danny Williams As the light fades from my eyes, my mind recalls times gone by, When hearts were young and days were new, of lingering moments between me and you, When I stood at the alter and turned, I saw walk down the aisle with hair that burned, Your gown of white and eyes of green, the lovliest vision I swear I've ever seen. Now they ask me about my life, I say I owe it all to my wife It was her hand that held the pen I married her and then She wrote the story of my life It Was her hand that held the pen I married her and then she wrote the story of my life. NARRATION: And down through the years Through smiles and through tears Your hand and heart held steady Always willing always ready Throughout my storms and in my rage You never once left the stage You stood strong you stood true And held out your hand to see me through You gave us children a daughter and a son All those wonderful years of laughter and fun You gave me a family and made for me a home You gave a foundation from seeds that you have sown There are no words that I can say, for the debt to you I can never repay I take with me a cherished life all because you are my wife. Now they ask me about my life I say I owe it all to my wife It was her hand that held the pen I married her and then She wrote the story of my life It was her hand that held the pen I married her and then She wrote the story of my life.

    


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