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The sky can still remember

Author: Phillips Brooks Hymnal: At Worship, a hymnal for young churchmen #d263 (1951) Hymnal Title: At Worship, a hymnal for young churchmen

The sky can still remember

Author: Phillips Brooks Hymnal: Christian Song #d335 (1926) Hymnal Title: Christian Song
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The Sky Can Still Remember

Author: Phillips Brooks, 1835-1893 Hymnal: The Cyber Hymnal #6143 Meter: 7.6.7.6 D Hymnal Title: The Cyber Hymnal First Line: The sky can still remember Lyrics: 1. The sky can still remember the earliest Christmas morn, When in the cold December the Savior Christ was born. No star unfolds its glory, no trumpet wind is blown, But tells the Christmas story in music of its own. 2. O never failing splendor! O never silent song! Still keep the green earth tender, still keep the gray earth strong, Still keep the brave earth dreaming of deeds that shall be done, While children’s lives come streaming like sunbeams from the sun. 3. O angels sweet and splendid, throng in our hearts and sing The wonders which attended the coming of the King; Till we too, boldly pressing where once the shepherds trod, Climb Bethlehem’s hill of blessing, and find the Son of God. Languages: English Tune Title: CHENIES
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The sky can still remember

Author: Bishop Phillips Brooks (1835-1893) Hymnal: The Hymnal #123 (1950) Meter: 7.6.7.6 D Hymnal Title: The Hymnal Lyrics: 1 The sky can still remember The earliest Christmas morn, When in the cold December The Saviour Christ was born. No star unfolds its glory, No trumpet wind is blown, But tells the Christmas story In music of its own. 2 O never-failing splendor! O never-silent song! Still keep the green earth tender, Still keep the gray earth strong, Still keep the brave earth dreaming Of deeds that shall be done, While children’s lives come streaming Like sunbeams from the sun. 3 O angels sweet and splendid, Throng in our hearts and sing The wonders which attended The coming of the King; Till we too, boldly pressing Where once the shepherds trod, Climb Bethlehem’s Hill of Blessing, And find the Son of God. Amen. Topics: Jesus Christ the Lord His Birth; Christ Birth and Infancy of; Christ Nativity, The; Christmas; Kingdom, Christ's Prayer for; Nativity, the Tune Title: CHENIES
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The Sky Can Still Remember

Author: Phillips Brooks Hymnal: The Hymnal for Boys and Girls #42 (1936) Meter: 7.6.7.6 D Hymnal Title: The Hymnal for Boys and Girls Lyrics: 1 The sky can still remember The earliest Christmas morn, When in the cold December The Saviour Christ was born. No star unfolds its glory, No trumpet wind is blown, But tells the Christmas story In music of its own. 2 O never-failing splendor! O never-silent song! Still keep the green earth tender, Still keep the gray earth strong, Still keep the brave earth dreaming Of deeds that shall be done, While children’s lives come streaming Like sunbeams from the sun. 3 O angels sweet and splendid, Throng in our hearts and sing The wonders which attended The coming of the King. Till we too, boldly pressing Where once the shepherds trod, Climb Bethlehem’s Hill of Blessing, And find the Son of God. Amen. Topics: Christmas Tune Title: CHENIES

The sky can still remember

Author: Berthold Tours; Phillips Brooks Hymnal: The New Hymnal of Praise #d344 (1937) Hymnal Title: The New Hymnal of Praise

The sky can still remember

Author: Phillips Brooks Hymnal: The Student Hymnary #d347 (1937) Hymnal Title: The Student Hymnary

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