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Take My Hand Precious Lord

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(Dorsey)

 

Informação:

Thomas A. Dorsey sentiu-se inspirado para escrever Take My Hand Precious Lord em 1939 devido às mortes da sua primeira esposa e uma bebé ao nascer. A partir desse momento, dedicou-se totalmente a escrever canções gospel.

 

Elvis gravou Take My Hand Precious Lord em 13 de Janeiro de 1957, no Radio Recorders.

 

Letra:


1. Precious Lord, take my hand

Lead me on, let me stand
I'm tired, I’m weak, I’m lone
Through the storm, through the night
Lead me on to the light
Take my hand, precious Lord, lead me home

When my way grows drear precious Lord linger near
When my light is almost gone
Hear my cry, hear my call
Hold my hand lest I fall
Take my hand, precious Lord, lead me home

When the darkness appears and the night draws near
And the day is past and gone
At the river I stand
Guide my feet, hold my hand
Take my hand, precious Lord, lead me home

1. (repete)

 

Onde foi lançada:
Lançada pela primeira vez em EP »

 

EPs:

- Peace in the Valley (1957) »

 

LPs/CDs:

- Elvis' Christmas Album (1957) »

- Elvis' Christmas Album (1958) »

- Elvis Christmas Album (1964) »

- You'll Never Walk Alone (1971) »

- The Elvis Presley Collection (1976) »

– Pickwick Pack (1978) »

- The Legendary Recordings of Elvis (1979) »

- Elvis Sings Inspirational Favorites (1979) »

- Gospel 1957 - 1972: Known Only to Him (1989)

- Essential Elvis, Volume 2 (1989)

- Known Only to Him (1989)

- The King of Rock'n'Roll - The Complete 50's Masters (1992) - caixa
- Amazing Grace - His Greatest Sacred Performances (1994)

- Peace in the Valley (2000)

- Take My Hand: Gospel Favourites (2000)

- White Christmas (2000)

- Lead Me Guide Me (2001) - Provident

- Elvis Christmas (2006)

- You'll Never Walk Alone (2006)
- Elvis Ultimate Gospel (2007)

- Inspirational Memories (2008) - Madacy

- I Believe - The Gospel Masters (2009) - Sony Legacy - caixa

- Elvis' Christmas Album (2014) - FTD »

 

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