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1 O happy morn we welcome thee
With laughter and with song;
Thy hours so bright are our delight,
Thy joy we would prolong.
Hail! happy morn! how blessed was thy dawning!
Hail! happy, joyous morn!
When Christ the Lord was born.
2 No other day is half so bright,
No other day so dear;
For Jesus’ birth bro’t heav’n to earth,
And fill’d the world with cheer. [Refrain]
3 And as the years roll swiftly by,
Thy glories we will sing;
We’ll raise in love our hearts above,
And praise our blessed King. [Refrain]Source: Gospel Herald in Song #199