A “Mother’s Touch” – HAPPY MOTHER’S DAY!!!

Lillian Chapman (Steve's mother)

Lillian Chapman (Steve’s mother)

We wish all the moms a Happy Mother’s Day!

If you want to give your mother a special recognition we encourage you to either play this song for her personally or send her the link to this post!

“Mother’s Touch” was written a few years ago to honor my own sweet mom, Lillian Chapman.

 

 

(“Mother’s Touch” is available on the CD, “A Mother’s Touch” click here to order)

 

Mother’s Touch

 

She could open up the pantry with hardly nothing there

And like the loaves and fishes there’d be plenty left to share

And she could take a penny and stretch it to a dime

She could kiss a fever and leave us feeling fine

 

And there’s only one explanation

For these amazing transformations

How she could take it so little and turn it into so much

Cause God gave her a miracle when He gave her the mother’s touch

 

Give her two yards of cotton and a little bit of lace

She’d turn a flower on the wall to the prettiest girl in the place

She could take a young man’s heart that’s drowning in it’s tears

And bring back the sunshine with just a listening ear

 

And there’s only one explanation

For these amazing transformations

How she could take it so little and turn it into so much

Cause God gave her a miracle when He gave her the mother’s touch

 

And of all a mother’s hands can do

Nothing can compare

To the way she could reach up to heaven

And touch a child with her prayer

 

And there’s only one explanation

For these amazing transformations

How she could take it so little and turn it into so much

Cause God gave her a miracle when He gave her the mother’s touch

 

 

Steve Chapman/ Times & Seasons Music/BMI/1996

Comments

  1. Mr. Chapman, I just listened to Mother’s Touch and will indeed be sharing it with my mom.
    She recently gave me a copy of, A Look at Life From a Deer Stand, since I rekindled a passion for deer hunting. This is at the age of 52! I began crossbow hunting this past year and took my first deer ever, and with a crossbow. I also took it on her property, from a tree stand, which made her and I feel even more proud.
    Anyhow, I want to say thank you for your God given talents of parenting, singing and writing.

    Your brother, Bob

    • Steve and Annie says:

      Thanks for your encouraging comments about the song and the book. Tell your sweet Mom that I appreciate her getting the book for you. Congrats on your first deer and may all your seasons ahead be safe and successful.

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