|"Le tue mani"|
|Text||by Marcello Giombini|
|Melody||by Marcello Giombini|
The song is a so-called response song, which is sung between men and women, and was probably first presented in Sweden at a hymnolog[check spelling] seminary during the early 1970s, before Lars Åke Lundberg wrote lyrics in Sweden. However, he wrote the fourth verse as a prayer to the resurrected Jesus. The 1976 Church Assembly wanted to change lyrics. That caused Lars Åke Lundberg to withdraw his entire propose for lyrics, and all verses were approved.
Published as number 154 in:
- Den svenska psalmboken 1986,
- 1986 års Cecilia-psalmbok
- Psalmer och Sånger 1987
- Segertoner 1988
- Frälsningsarméns sångbok 1990 under the lines "Påsk" (Easter).
- Andreas Holmberg (19 February 2010). "Dina händer är fulla av blommor" (in Swedish). 1986 års psalmbok som melodipsalmbok på nätet. Retrieved 28 March 2018.
- Dina händer är fulla av blommor (= Le tue mani) virsi., Fon, accessed 3 August 2014