Dear Sun Spots: I’ve been reading your Sun Spots every day. You can truly come up with answers to most everything. Maybe you can help me. I am looking for the words to “Put Your Hand in the Hand.” – No Name, Auburn.

Answer:
The words you seek are:

(Words & music by G. Maclellan)

Put your hand in the hand of the man

Who stilled the water

Put your hand in the hand of the man

Who calmed the sea

Take a look at yourself

And you can look at others differently

Put your hand in the hand of the man

From Galilee



My momma taught me how to pray

Before I reached the age of seven

When I’m down on my knees

That’s when I’m closest to heaven

Daddy lived his life, two kids and a wife

Well you do what you must do

But he showed me enough of what it takes

To get me through, oh yeh!



Put your hand in the hand of the man

Who stilled the water

Put your hand in the hand of the man

Who calmed the sea

Take a look at yourself

And you can look at others differently

Put your hand in the hand of the man

From Galilee

Oh yeh!



Put your hand in the hand of the man

Who stilled the water

Put your hand in the hand of the man

Who calmed the sea

Take a look at yourself

And you can look at others differently

Put your hand in the hand of the man

From Galilee

Oh yeh!



Put your hand in the hand of the man

Who stilled the water

Put your hand in the hand of the man

Who calmed the sea

Take a look at yourself

And you can look at others differently

Put your hand in the hand of the man

From Galilee

Oh yeh!

Put your hand in the hand of the man from Galilee

Put your hand in the hand of the man from Galilee, Oh yeh!



Dear Sun Spots: I would like to know if Prisoner Pen Pal is legitimate. I have written and gotten no answer. For a small fee, it is to help prisoners who can’t afford a regular lawyer. – No Name, No Town.

Answer:
Sun Spots believes the address you provided is incorrect, which is likely why you didn’t receive a reply. But this company does appear to exist. According to www.prisonpenpals.net, the address you need is PrisonPenPals, P.O. Box 235, East Berlin, PA 17316-0235.

Dear Sun Spots: I am the adult day health director at Heritage Rehab and Living Center, Winthrop. I am hoping that one of your readers would be interested in donating a computer so that the clients would be able to us it for games, writing letters, etc. I can be reached at (207) 377-9965. – Lisa Fitzsimmons, Winthrop.

Dear Sun Spots: Do you still have the addresses for people in nursing homes who like old cards? I have some pretty ones. – Ruth, No Town.

Answer:
Sun Spots is not aware of any, and perhaps readers can assist you here. The only other source Sun Spots had has a phone number that is no longer in service.

Dear Sun Spots: In response to Gerard Robichaud looking for publishers in the Jan. 5 column: We have a book in our store – Artios Books, 180 Turner St., (207) 786-4007 – called “The Writer’s Handbook,” which includes 3,300 markets for manuscripts. The cost of the book is $4. Thanks. – Sue Cutting, Auburn.

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