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Uncommon Christmas Carols

Editor: John Cozens
Publisher: Schmitt, Hall & McCreary Company, Minneapolis, 1941
Notes: Auditorium Series No. 54
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1Born is little Jesus In a manger small[Born is little Jesus In a manger small]
2A Child this day is born, A Child of high renown[A Child this day is born]
3This endris night I saw a sight[This endris night I saw a sight]
4Let all that are to mirth inclined[Let all that are to mirth inclined]
5Within the town of Beth'lem, away across the sea[Within the town of Beth'lem, away across the sea]
6Hark, from the midnight hills around[Hark, from the midnight hills around]
7Sweet baby, sleep, what ails my dear?[Sweet baby, sleep, what ails my dear?]
8There comes a barque full-laden, The sea of time is stirred[There comes a barque full-laden]
9Tell us, shepherds, clear, All that you have seen?[Tell us, shepherds, clear]
10On Christmas night all Christians sing[On Christmas night all Christians sing]
11O sisters too, How may we do[O sisters too, How may we do]
12The Father's Light and Splendor art Thou[The Father's Light and Splendor art Thou]
13The Lord, at first, did Adam make out of the dust and clay[The Lord, at first, did Adam make]
14O leave your sheep a-grazing in the meadow[O leave your sheep a-grazing]
15Rejoice, again I say Rejoice in God alway[Rejoice, again I say Rejoice in God alway]
16Immortal Babe Who this dear day[Immortal Babe Who this dear day]
17In the stable ('tis no fable)[In the stable ('tis no fable)]
18From earthly tasks lift up thine eyes[From earthly tasks lift up thine eyes]
19All this night bright angels sing[All this night bright angels sing]
20With triumph Has our Lord descended[With triumph Has our Lord descended]
21Bethlehem, thou happy city[Bethlehem, thou happy city]
22Little children, wake and listen[Little children, wake and listen]
23To an inn so lowly Mary brought the world's Redeemer[To an inn so lowly]
24Shepherds, O tell your story, Why haste ye so to day?[Shepherds, O tell your story]
25Hark! What mean those holy voices[Hark! What mean those holy voices]
26O God, the King of glory, our Sov'reign and our Friend[O God, the King of glory]
27Rejoice, ye Christians, loudly[Rejoice, ye Christians, loudly]
28Over the mountains, onward they journey[Over the mountains, onward they journey]
29How vain the cruel Herod's fear[How vain the cruel Herod's fear]
30Behold! Yon bright and beauteous star[Behold! Yon bright and beauteous star]
31The moon shines bright and the stars give a light[The moon shines bright and the stars give a light]
32Hark! Christian people, Bells from the steeple[Hark! Christian people, Bells from the steeple]
33All hail to the days that merit more praise[All hail to the days that merit more praise]
34Now, Joseph was an old man[Now, Joseph was an old man]
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