Mad Prairie Dog

Mad Prairie Dog

 Sioux City, Iowa, USA
BandFolkAcoustic

Other Info

Cover band: 
No

Lyrics

Master Hands

Written By: Heidi Rosin

There are wonders of this world built by masters with master hands
Ancient and modern, some are forgotten, some are standing still
There’s manmade and natural, just like a waterfall
And we learned them in our schoolhouse walls

Egypt takes honors and there’s the Taj Mahal
Gardens in Babylon and that tower in Pisa has yet to fall
An arena built in Rome where lions used to prowl
And Stonehenge’s monoliths that have fallen to the ground

There are wonders of this world built by masters with master hands
Ancient and modern, some are forgotten, some are standing still
But the wonders I hold close to heart are wonders no man can impart
They can only come from one above

To touch a face, to taste the rain, to feel a heartbeat next to mine
To see a child and to hear its cry, to laugh with friends as the years go by
And to love you until the end of time

There are wonders of this world built by masters with master hands
But the wonders I hold close to heart, come from no man

To touch a face, to taste the rain, to feel a heartbeat next to mine
To see a child and to hear its cry, to laugh with friends as the years go by
And to love you for all time

Yes there are wonders built by master hands
And there are wonders wrought by human hands
But the wonders I hold close to heart come from no man
I’ll put my faith in the one with the master’s hands...
Yes, I’ll put my faith in the one with the master’s hands...