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Hold Her in Your Hand is a country ballad recorded by Maurice Gibb, it was his second and last single after "Railroad" in 1970.

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You got to walk a little slower when you're with her
Take the time to be tender, that's the plan
You got to stand a little taller while her world falls to pieces
Only then can you hold her in your hand

You got to live for every moment that she gives you
Make the one in a million understand
You got to stand a little taller while her world falls to pieces
Only then can you hold her in your hand

Now too many faces have come down between us
And I was the fool to be
And I can't deny you the wide open spaces
As long as she stops loving me

You got to stand a little closer when you hold her
Make her feel like a woman, understand
You got to stand a little taller while her world falls to pieces
Only then can you hold her in your hand

Now too many faces have come down between us
And I was the fool to be
And I can't deny you the wide open spaces
As long as she stops loving me

You got to stand a little closer when you hold her
Make her feel like a woman, understand
You got to stand a little taller while her world falls to pieces
Only then can you hold her in your hand

Only then can you hold
Hold her in your hand

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