About the Song

Conway Twitty’s rendition of “Clinging To A Saving Hand” is a soul-stirring testament to the power of faith and resilience in the face of adversity. This uplifting gospel track was released as part of Twitty’s album “I’ll Meet You In Church Sunday Morning” in 1974.

Written by Bill Jones, “Clinging To A Saving Hand” offers solace and hope to listeners, reminding them of the strength found in holding on to their beliefs during difficult times. Twitty’s emotive vocals and heartfelt delivery breathe life into the lyrics, resonating with audiences who find comfort in spiritual music.

Upon its release, “Clinging To A Saving Hand” garnered praise from fans and critics alike, earning Twitty recognition for his sincere interpretation of the gospel genre. While specific chart rankings may not be readily available, the song undoubtedly touched the hearts of many with its powerful message of faith and perseverance.

Decades later, “Clinging To A Saving Hand” remains a cherished favorite among fans of Conway Twitty and gospel music enthusiasts alike. Its timeless message and soul-stirring melody continue to inspire listeners, offering a reminder of the enduring strength found in faith.

Whether you’re seeking solace in troubled times or simply appreciating the beauty of gospel music, “Clinging To A Saving Hand” is sure to uplift and inspire. So, let Twitty’s velvety voice and heartfelt delivery guide you on a journey of faith and resilience as you listen to this timeless gospel classic.

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Lyrics

Sing me a song of praise and glory
Help this wanderin’ child to understand
That when I close my eyes in sleep eternal
I’ll be clingin’ to a Savin’ Hand
I want you to sing to me about the Rock Of Ages
Sing about Eternity so sweet
So that when I take my last breath of life
I’ll awaken at my Saviour’s feet
I want you to tell me about Paul and Matthew
And sing about my dear Savour’s birth
And tell about his trials and tribulations
While He walked upon this heathen Earth
Come on and sing me a song of praise and glory
Help this wanderin’ child to understand
That when I close my eyes in sleep eternal
I’ll be clingin’ to a Savin’ Hand
I’ll be clingin’ to a Savin’ Hand