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Good Day and Welcome, Dear Christmas Tree

Good day and welcome, dear Christmas tree

Tune: [Good day and welcome, dear Christmas tree]
Published in 1 hymnal

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Full Text

1. Good day and welcome, dear Christmas tree!
To young and old bringing peace and pleasure,
’Mid glow and glimmer and children’s glee,
’Bove fruits and flags shines a bright star golden.
That star shall guide us, whate’er betide us,
Tow’rd God on high!

2. ’Twas Christmastide in the Eastern land
When God His star in the heavens kindled,
That all might know, to the farthest strand,
To earth that night He had sent child Jesus.
O wondrous story, what light and glory
In Bethlehem!

3. At twilight hour in the long ago
Our mother taught us the heav’nly message,
That Jesus brought to all men below,
Those hours and words can ne’er be forgotten.
Those mem’ries sainted thou bring’st untainted,
O Christmas tree!

Text Information

First Line: Good day and welcome, dear Christmas tree
Title: Good Day and Welcome, Dear Christmas Tree
Source: Christmas Carols, by James M. McLaughlin (Boston, Massachusetts: Ginn and Company, 1915), number 1
Language: English
Copyright: Public Domain

Media

The Cyber Hymnal #1724
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