Throw Your Hands Up

Written by: Doug Horley

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YO, YO, WHATCH'A GONNA DO and who'ya gonna be?
Ho, ho, let Him come to you in His humanity
Flow, flow, let His Spirit come and let Him fill ya
Check out the good stuff
He will deliver

Who was this man of heaven who came down to earth?
Who had King Herod frightened stupid when he heard His birth?
Now who on earth can boast?
One of the angel host
Announced their immaculate conception by the Holy Ghost
But that was just the start, He was just warming up
He had a particular direction to go and flow
And so you know, He chose to go and lo
What do you know the world met?
The Son of God

Jesus
Nod your head, throw your hands high
Jesus
Nod your head, throw your hands high
Jesus
Nod your head, throw your hands high
Side by side come bounce to the ceiling

He walked on water
Raised a dead, dead daughter
Did a whole bunch of stuff
People said He shouldn't ought'a
Just the kindest man that you ever could meet
But when justice was robbed He wasn't slow on His feet
He slammed the Pharisees for their hypocrisies
He said your lives I see and they stink to me
And that's no way to be
'cos you're really not free, and from A to Zee
What you need is me

The Son of God will love you ev'ryday
Come to Him, don't be a runaway
Let His Spirit flow right through you
Called to be good news to those who have been robbed of life
And justice, feel abused, feel broken, useless
Help them to find the love of the Son of Man
Be His voice, be His heart and be His hands

Throw your hands up, throw your hands up high!
Throw your hands up, throw your hands up high!
Throw your hands up, throw your hands up high!
Throw your hands up high!

Throw your hands up, throw your hands up high!
Throw your hands up, throw your hands up high!
Throw your hands up, throw your hands up high!
Shout His name let's hear ya!

Doug Horley 


Copyright © 2003 Thankyou Music

Writers: Doug Horley

Themes: Children


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