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Good Christian Men Rejoice

Good Christian Men Rejoice song lyrics — Good Christian Men Rejoice is thought to have originated in Germany. It was originally a very old Latin Christmas song, or carol, called In Dulci Jubilo. John Mason Neale translated the words in the 1800s.
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O Holy Night

Song lyrics to O Holy Night written by Placide Clappeau in 1847, trans­lat­ed from French to Eng­lish by John S. Dwight. Music composed by Adolphe C. Adam. O Holy Night is said to have been the first mu­sic ev­er broad­cast over ra­dio.
Song lyrics to O Holy Night written by Placide Clappeau in 1847, trans­lat­ed from French to Eng­lish by John S. Dwight.  Music composed by Adolphe C. Adam.  O Holy Night is said to have been the first mu­sic ev­er broad­cast over  ra­dio.
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Hark the Herald Angels Sing

Song lyrics to Hark! the Herald Angels Sing was written by Charles Wesley (brother of John Wesley, founder of the Methodist Church) in 1739. Originally sung to a different tune, the current version is taken from a cantata composed by Felix Mendelssohn in 1840.
Song lyrics to Hark! the Herald Angels Sing was written by Charles Wesley (brother of John Wesley, founder of the Methodist Church) in 1739.  Originally sung to a different tune, the current version is taken from a cantata composed by Felix Mendelssohn in 1840.
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Angels we have heard on high

Song lyrics to Angels we have heard on high, translated from a tra­di­tion­al French car­ol (Les Anges dans Nos Cam­pagnes); trans­lat­ed from French to Eng­lish by James Chad­wick (1862)
Song lyrics to Angels we have heard on high, translated from a tra­di­tion­al French car­ol (Les Anges dans Nos Cam­pagnes); trans­lat­ed from French to Eng­lish by James Chad­wick (1862)
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Hallelujah Chorus

Hallelujah chorus song lyrics - from Handel's Messiah
Song lyrics to the Hallelujah Chorus – no really, there’s more words than just ‘Hallelujah’ (Praise the Lord, all ye people)
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