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A babe lies in the cradle

Author: Paul England Hymnal: At Worship, a hymnal for young churchmen #d1 (1951) Languages: English
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A babe lies in the cradle

Author: Paul England Hymnal: The Hymnal of the Protestant Episcopal Church in the United States of America 1940 #39 (1940) Meter: Irregular Topics: Christmas Carols; Christmas Day Evening Prayer General Languages: English Tune Title: CORNER
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A Babe Was Born, a Little One (Winter's Child)

Author: Daniel Charles Damon Hymnal: New Hymns of Hope #1 Meter: Irregular First Line: A babe was born, a little one Lyrics: 1 A babe was born, a little one, in the dark'ning time of the year. What wondrous work was there begun, in the dark'ning time of the year? 2 The mother nursed a hungry child, in the dark'ning time of the year, sought shelter from the wind and wild, in the dark'ning time of the year. 3 The shepherds heard the angels sing, in the dark'ning time of the year. They ran to see the infant king, in the dark'ning time of the year. 4 The wise men saw a distant star, in the dark'ning time of the year, and bearing gifts, they traveled far, in the dark'ning time of the year. 5 The dawn came gray that winter day, in the dark'ning time of the year; but love was born that sunless morn, in the dark'ning time of the year! Topics: Christmas Languages: English Tune Title: WINTER'S CHILD

‘A Babe ys born of hye natore

Hymnal: The New Oxford Book of Carols #32 (1994)

A Baby's hands in Bethlehem

Author: L. S. Clark Hymnal: Hymns for Children and Grownups to Use Together #2 (1953) Languages: English

A Baby's Way

Author: Minnie E. Hicks Hymnal: Children's Hymnal #209 (1957) First Line: I have a baby sister Topics: Songs Suitable for Kindergarten; Baby; Home Languages: English Tune Title: [I have a baby sister]
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A Bachelor Song

Hymnal: Quartets and Choruses for Men #210 (1913) First Line: We are a lot of jovial bachelors Languages: English Tune Title: [We are a lot of jovial bachelors]
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A Ballad of Trees and the Master

Author: Sidney Lanier Hymnal: The Treasury of American Sacred Song with Notes Explanatory and Biographical #337 (1896) First Line: Into the woods my Master went
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A Ballad of Wise Men

Author: George Baird Hymnal: The Cyber Hymnal #367 Meter: 8.6.8.6.8.6 First Line: When that our gentle Lord was born Lyrics: 1. When that our gentle Lord was born, And cradled in the hay, There rode three wise men from the east— Three rich wise men were they— All in the starry night they came Their homage gifts to pay. 2. They got them down from camel-back, The cattle shed before, And in the darkness vainly sought A great latch on the door; Ho, this is strange, quoth Balthazar, Aye, strange, quoth Melchior. 3. Quoth Gaspar, I can find no hasp, Well hidden is the lock; The door, quoth Melchior, is stout And fast, our skill to mock; Quoth Balthazar, The little King Might wake, we dare not knock. 4. The three wise men they sat them down To wait for morning dawn, The cunning wards of that old door They thought and marveled on; Quoth they, No gate in all the East Hath bar-bolts tighter drawn. 5. Anon there came a little lad With lambskins for the King, He had no key, he raised no latch, He touched no hidden spring, But gently pushed the silent door And open it gan swing. 6. A miracle! a miracle! Cried out the wise men three; A little child hath solved the locks That could not opened be. In wonder spake the shepherd lad, It hath no locks, quoth he. Languages: English Tune Title: CONSOLATION (ULSTER)

A Balm in Gilead

Hymnal: E. A. C. C. Hymnal #97 (1963) First Line: Sometimes I feel discouraged Refrain First Line: There is a balm in Gilead Tune Title: [Sometimes I feel discouraged]

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