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by Jeffrey Gellenthin

This song came along just as the charity organization "From Hearts to Hands" was being developed in 2006. It was to be the background sound to a slide-show presentation that would be shown during fund raisers. Helping the needy children across the United States and beyond comes to mind first.

Thank you for the opportunity to share this instrumental piece, and of course, thank you Christopher Sharp and others for all of the help and support.
Uploaded: February 9, 2008
Duration: 3m 22s

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What a Beautiful Song!

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What a wonderful sound. I really like it. Thanks for sharing! Good luck, much love & support!

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Hi Jeff, This instrumental really touched my heart and brought tears to my many things came to mind while listening! Ourstage has given me the opportunity I have waited for a finally be have my opinion count when it comes to great music and YOURS TRULY IS! KEEP IT COMING! I AM SO PROUD OF YOU AND THANK YOU VERY MUCH FOR THIS PRIVILEGE TO MAKE MY VOTE COUNT! Take Care my Dearest Friend! God Bless & The Greatest of Luck To You!! LISA

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The picture was taken during the first moments of my arriving at an orphanage in Mexico. This child had been left at the door that morning. Now, thinking about this song. I remember visiting my best friend Chris Sharp one early morning. I had called him the day before, asking if he could give a listen to a tune I had rolling around in my head. By noon that day, it was recorded and suddenly the theme sound to our cause. Chris' magic on the pedal steel guitar came to him after hearing my 12 string version just once. There is such a thing as magic. He made it clear.

Thank you all for your support

Merry Christmas everyone!

Sincerely grateful,


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