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58. Infant Holy, Infant Lowly

1 Infant holy, infant lowly,
for his bed a cattle-stall;
oxen lowing, little knowing
Christ the babe is Lord of all.
Swift are winging angels singing,
noels ringing, tidings bringing:
Christ the babe is Lord for all,
Christ the babe is Lord for all.

2 Flocks were sleeping, shepherds keeping
vigil till the morning new
saw the glory, heard the story,
tidings of a gospel true.
Thus rejoicing, free from sorrow,
praises voicing, greet the morrow:
Christ the babe was born for you,
Christ the babe was born for you.

Text Information
First Line: Infant holy, infant lowly
Title: Infant Holy, Infant Lowly
Translator and Paraphraser: Edith M. G. Reed (1921)
Publication Date: 1996
Meter: 8 7 8 7 8 8 7 7
Topic: Angels; Biblical Characters: Shepherds; Christian Year: Christmas (9 more...)
Source: Polish carol
Tune Information
Name: W ŻŁOBIE LEŻY
Harmonizer: A. E. Rusbridge
Meter: 8 7 8 7 8 8 7 7
Key: G Major
Copyright: Harmony copyright © 1960 A. E. Rusbridge. Used by permission of Rosalind Rusbridge.



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