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11541. O List To The Notes

1 O list to the notes of the song as it floats
O’er Bethlehem’s beautiful plains;
Yes, hear the glad shout of the joy that rings out
In sweetest of angelic strains.
O fear ye not, shepherds, the wondrous display,
Glad tidings to you they now bring;
There’s born in the city of David today
A Savior, your Lord and your king.

2 To God in the highest all glory and praise,
Both peace and good-will among men;
In songs of salvation our voices we raise,
And Heaven re-echoes again.
Go herald the tidings, go, tell them afar,
Proclaim the glad story of love;
Bright hopes for the perishing nations there are,
Of crowns and of mansions above.

Text Information
First Line: O list to the notes of the song as it floats
Title: O List To The Notes
Author: Archibald Kenyon
Meter: 11.8.11.8 D
Language: English
Source: Royal Diadem (New York/Chicago: Biglow & Main, 1873)
Copyright: Public Domain
Tune Information
Name: STOKE-ON-TRENT
Composer: Robert Lowry (1873)
Meter: 11.8.11.8 D
Key: A♭ Major
Copyright: Public Domain



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