Click Here To Listen Uncle Lee by Dr Alvin featuring K.C. Martin

This is my tribute to a great brother (in-law) Lee Milton Hancock. For over 50 years I witnessed a friend who loved his family, ministry and business. It doesn’t get any better. Hopefully my words and music produced by K.C. Martin will inspire you. RIP.

Cards & Donations can be sent to:

Barbara Jean Jones Hancock, 11020 Lake Arbor Way Bowie Maryland 20721.

For information on memorial activities contact Bomani Armah at bomani@babagotbars.com.

Thank you.

Uncle Lee

(First Verse)
You have not lived until you’ve learned how to smile
You don’t know how to give until you’ve been kind for a while
It’s all is the game of love you see
I was taught this by my Uncle Lee

(Rich Chorus)
Uncle Lee is who I want to be
Uncle Lee in Memory each day I will see

(Second Verse)
You never jumped till you touch the sky
You don’t know pain until you’re willin to cry
He had a swag and was good lookin
I love to smell what he had cookin

(Rich Chorus)
Uncle Lee is who I want to be
Uncle Lee in Memory each day I will see

(Third Verse)
You don’t need a degree to teach the angels.
You must be able to love through all the ages.
The force of his joy is behind it all
It released the birds from all their cages.

(Rich Chorus)
Uncle Lee is who I want to be
Uncle Lee in Memory each day I will see

(Bridge)
Father Elder Part Time Caller
At The Rec Center
He was a Big Time Shot Baller

(Rich Chorus)
Uncle Lee is who I want to be
Uncle Lee in Memory each day I will see
Uncle Lee is who I want to be
Uncle Lee in Memory each day I will see.