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In the tops of the cedars and pines

Author: Marian Froelich Hymnal: Happy Greetings, a Collection of Choice Original Hymns and Tunes #d61 (1888) Hymnal Title: Happy Greetings, a Collection of Choice Original Hymns and Tunes
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The Cedars and the Pines

Author: Marian Froelich Hymnal: The Cyber Hymnal #780 Meter: 9.8.9.8 D Hymnal Title: The Cyber Hymnal First Line: In the tops of the cedars and pines Lyrics: 1. In the tops of the cedars and pines, A whisper was heard sweet and low; And each branch as it hears and inclines, Shakes off its fair burden of snow. List!, the whisper says, Christmas is near; The pines and the cedars all know That they’ll aid in the joy and the cheer, For this day they flourish and grow. 2. They have heard that their branches so green, All ladened with silver and gold, To enliven the fairy-like scene Tinted candles abundant will hold. While their fruits far more precious and rare, Than summer or autumn can bring Cause the children, so happy and fair, Their praises to shout and to sing. 3. Then the whispering turns to a song, And catching the welcoming cheer, They, too, for the Christmas-day long, And joy to leave forests so drear. As the eve of the year nears its close, When verdure and flowers seem dead, Then the evergreen calm in repose, To Christmas and gladness is wed. Languages: English Tune Title: FROELICH

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