"I Walk Hand in Hand with Jesus" was sung at the South Park Church in the Season Four episode, "Do the Handicapped Go to Hell?".


The townsfolk sing a satirical church hymn. The song suggests a depressed person talks to a homeless man, Jesus Christ because he is the only one that listens to people's problems.


I walk hand in hand with Jesus
Over at the park by where he lives
I tell him all my problems
And sometimes he tells me his
What a friend I have in Jesus
I can say that honestly
He's not like all my other friends
Who really don't care about me.

Songs from Season Four
Annen Polka | Bu Bu Budio | Con te partirò | Dance of the Clogs | Dance of the Sugar Plum Fairy | Democracy in Cuba | Der Hölle Rache | Don't Die On Us | Even A Miracle Needs A Hand | Fingerbang | Hukilau | I Can't Wait Until I Grow Up | I Don't Want to Wait | I Walk Hand in Hand with Jesus | Itsy Bitsy Spider | La donna è mobile | Little Bunny Foo Foo | Non più andrai | Old Time Rock and Roll | Page d'écriture | Silent Night | Spilled Blood on the Footsteps of My Mind (Revisited) | The Circle of Poo | The Four Seasons: Spring | The Miracle Worker | The Prostitute Song | Third Grade Memories | Timmy and the Lords of the Underworld | Welcome to This World | Wendy's Audition Song | You Got It, Girl | You'll Never Find Another Love Like Mine

See Also: List of Songs | List of Minor Characters from Season Four | Season Four

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