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Sing Noël: Songs of Christmas

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7Jesus our brother, strong and good[jesus our brother strong and good]Page Scan
8Jesus our brother kind and good[jesus our brother kind and good]Page Scan
9Deck the halls with boughs of holly[deck the halls with boughs of holly]Page Scan
10aWinds through the olive trees Softly did blow[Winds through the olive trees ]
10bGood Christian men, rejoice (In dulci jubilo)[Good Christian men, rejoice (In dulci jubilo)]
12Bring a torch, Jeannette, Isabella[Bring a torch, Jeannette, Isabella]
13Snowbound mountains, snowbound valleys[Snowbound mountains, snowbound valleys]
14aChristmas is coming! The goose is getting fat[Christmas is coming! The goose is getting fat]
14bAlleluia! Christ is born; the world rejoices[Alleluia! Christ is born; the world rejoices]
15God rest you merry gentlemen[God rest you merry gentlemen]
16aAway in a manger, no crib for a bed[Away in a manger, no crib for a bed]
16bFrom far away we come to you[From far away we come to you]
18Now bring us some figgy pudding[Now bring us some figgy pudding]
20aGladly sing this wondrous thing Alleluia![Gladly sing this wondrous thing Alleluia!]
20bChristmas day is here, Noël we gladly sing[Christmas day is here, Noël we gladly sing]
22The first Nowell the Angel did say[The first Nowell the Angel did say]
24Good King Wenceslas look'd out[Good King Wenceslas look'd out]
26Christ was born on Christmas Day In a manger lowly[Christ was born on Christmas Day]
27Now the holly bears a berry as white as the milk[Now the holly bears a berry as white as the milk]
28Hark! The herald angels sing[Hark! The herald angels sing]
29Christians all, throw your shutters wide[Christians all, throw your shutters wide]
30O come, all ye faithful, joyful and triumphant (Adeste fideles, laeti triumphantes)[O come, all ye faithful, joyful and triumphant (Adeste fideles, laeti triumphantes)]
31O little town of Bethlehem![O little town of Bethlehem!]
32Masters in this Hall, Hear ye news today[Masters in this Hall, Hear ye news today]
33It came upon the midnight clear[It came upon the midnight clear]
34Who knocks so loud?[Who knocks so loud?]Page Scan
36Wassail, wassail, all over the town[Wassail, wassail, all over the town]
37We three Kings of Orient are[We three Kings of Orient are]
38On the first day of Christmas my true love sent to me[On the first day of Christmas my true love sent to me]
40We've been a while a-wassailing[We've been a while a-wassailing]Page Scan
41aPeace on earth, goodwill to men
41bKolyada, Kolyada, Walks about on Christmas eve
42Shepherds! shake off your drowsy sleep
43Ah! how charming, fair and mild (Depuis plus de quatre mille ans)
44What child is this who laid to rest
45Ye shepherds leave The care of flocks so fleecy
46Silent night, holy night, All is calm all is bright (Stille Nacht! heilige Nacht! Alles schläft, einsam wacht)
48Angels o'er the countryside Are singing a celestrial hymn
49Come all with singing, come all with singing
50aNu är det Juligen (Now its Yule again)
50b“Sleep, little Dove of mine (“Dors, ma colombe, dors, le soir tombe)
52As December's frosty King
53There's a song in the air!
54Entre le boeuf et lâne gris (’Twixt ox and ass, Thy guardians mild)
55Shepherds of Judah their flocks watched by night
56aInfant so gentle So pure and so sweet
56bOnce, long ago, when the world lay asleep
57Mother her vigil is keeping
58aThe Holly and the Ivy, When they are both full grown
58bHere we come a-wassailing Among the leaves so green
60Shepherds who folded your flocks beside you
61aLullay, Thou little tiny Child
61bLo, how a Rose e'er blooming
62aLullaby little pearl, Dear baby Jesu
62bLittle Jesus sweetly sleep do not stir
63The Virgin stills the crying
64Joy to the world, the Lord is come!
65The beautiful morther is bending
66The boar's head in hand bear I
67Shepherds now go we to yon fair Bethlehem town
68Angels from the realms of glory
69From out of the wood did a cuckoo fly cuckoo
70What shines on the mountain What ligh'tens the plain
[This hymnal is not yet complete - may be missing texts or tunes]
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