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1 How sang the heavenly army
By watching shepherds seen,
When round them lay the silent night,
On pastures wide and green!
2 The glory of their coming
Made moon and starlight dim,
And hearts were cheered forevermore
That heard their blessèd hymn.
3 "Glory to God in Heaven
Peace on the earth below,
For He is born who will redeem
This world from sin and woe."
4 Oh, Lord of our salvation
We praise Thee night and morn,
That we, too, in this darkened life
Have heard that Christ is born!
Source: The Cyber Hymnal #10468