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The Easter Message

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1 What do the Easter lilies say,
Softly, softly growing?
Christ the Lord is risen today,
He is risen to live alway,
This the Easter lilies say,
Softly, softly growing.

2 Lilies, ring your Easter bells,
Gaily, gaily ring them;
Joyous news ye have to tell
Of the Christ whom we love well,
He is risen! O Easter-bells,
Gaily, gaily ring it.

3 Sing it, heart that once was sad,
Sweetly, sweetly sing it;
Christ is risen to make you glad,
Sing then, heart, and be not sad.
Lilies, children, one and all,
Sweetly, sweetly, sing it.

Source: Bible Study Songs: for junior societies, junior and primary Sunday schools #118b

Author: Maizie Blaikie

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Text Information

First Line: What do the Easter lilies say
Title: The Easter Message
Author: Maizie Blaikie
Language: English
Copyright: Public domain.
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