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Mary Did You Know? song lyric

Song lyrics to Mary Did You Know? A Christmas song addressing Mary, mother of Jesus, with lyrics written by Mark Lowry in 1984, and music written by Buddy Greene in 1991. Originally recorded by Christian recording artist Michael English on his self-titled debut solo album in 1991. At the time, English and Lowry were members of the Gaither Vocal Band, and Greene was touring with them.
Song lyrics to Mary Did You Know? A Christmas song addressing Mary, mother of Jesus, with lyrics written by Mark Lowry in 1984, and music written by Buddy Greene in 1991. Originally recorded by Christian recording artist Michael English on his self-titled debut solo album in 1991. At...
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Little Drummer Boy lyrics

The Little Drummer Boy (originally known as Carol of the Drum) is a popular Christmas song written by the American classical music composer and teacher Katherine Kennicott Davis in 1941. First recorded in 1951 by the Trapp Family Singers, the song was further popularized by a 1958 recording by the Harry Simeone Chorale.
Song lyrics to Little Drummer Boy, a Christmas carol The Little Drummer Boy (originally known as Carol of the Drum) is a popular Christmas song written by the American classical music composer and teacher Katherine Kennicott Davis in 1941. First recorded in 1951 by the Trapp Family Singers,...
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Break Forth, O Beauteous, Heavenly Light

Song lyrics to ‘Break Forth, O Beauteous, Heavenly Light’, a traditional Christmas carol
Song lyrics to ‘Break Forth, O Beauteous, Heavenly Light’, a traditional Christmas carol Break forth, O beauteous, heav’nly light And usher in the morning Ye shepherds, shrink not with affright But hear the angel’s warning This Child now weak in infancy Our confidence and joy shall be The...
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Bring a Torch, Jeannette, Isabella song lyrics

Song lyrics to ‘Bring a Torch, Jeannette, Isabella’, a traditional French Christmas carol
Song lyrics to ‘Bring a Torch, Jeannette, Isabella’, a traditional French Christmas carol Bring a Torch, Jeanette, Isabella (French: Un flambeau, Jeannette, Isabelle) is a Christmas carol which originated from the Provence region of France in the 17th century. The song is usually notated in 3/8 time.  The...
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What Child Is This?

Song lyrics to the classic Christmas carol, ‘What Child is This?’
Song lyrics to the classic Christmas carol, ‘What Child is This?’ What Child Is This? is a Christmas carol, lyrics were written by William Chatterton Dix, in 1865. At the time, Dix had been struck by a severe illness. While recovering, he underwent a spiritual renewal that led...
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A Babe Is Born In Bethlehem

Song lyrics to A Babe Is Born In Bethlehem, Words and Music: Puer natus in Bethlehem, a 14th Century Latin Hymn
Song lyrics to A Babe Is Born In Bethlehem, Words and Music: Puer natus in Bethlehem, a 14th Century Latin Hymn 1. A Babe is born in Bethlehem, Bethlehem, Therefore rejoice, Jerusalem. Hallelujah! Hallelujah!
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O Christmas tree

O Christmas tree song lyrics
O Christmas tree song lyrics O Tannenbaum, aka. O Christmas Tree is a German Christmas song. Based on a traditional folk song, it became associated with the traditional Christmas tree by the early 20th century and sung as a Christmas carol. The modern lyrics were written in 1824, by Ernst...
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The First Noel

Song lyrics to The First Noel - traditional classical English Christmas carol. Noel is an Early Modern English synonym of "Christmas"
The First Noel song lyrics Song lyrics to The First Noel – traditional classical English Christmas carol. Noel is an Early Modern English synonym of “Christmas”
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O Little Town of Bethlehem

O Little Town of Bethlehem song lyrics Song lyrics to O Little Town of Bethlehem written by Phillip Brooks in 1867, inspired by his horseback journey from Jerusalem to Bethlehem on Christmas Eve 2 years earlier—”I re­mem­ber stand­ing in the old church in Beth­le­hem, close to the spot...
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