Edward Caswall

See amid the winter's snow
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John Goss (1800-1880)
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a - mid with - in
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the a
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win - ter's snow, man - ger lies
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Born for us He who built
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earth be - low, star - ry skies;
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the ten - der who throned in
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ap - pears, sub - lime,
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ter - nal years. Che - ru - bim!
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Hail!
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Thou e - ver
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bless - ed
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morn!
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Hail,
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Re - demp - tion's
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hap - py
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dawn!
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through all
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lem,
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Christ
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3. Say, ye holy Shepherds, say, What your joyful news today; Wherefore have ye left your sheep On the lonely mountain steep? Hail! Thou ever blessed morn! etc. 4. "As we watched at dead of night, Lo, we saw a wondrous light; Angels singing peace on earth, Told us of the Saviour's Birth." Hail! Thou ever blessed morn! etc.

5. Sacred Infant, all Divine, What a tender love was Thine; Thus to come from highest bliss Down to such a world as this! Hail! Thou ever blessed morn! etc. 6. Teach, O teach us, Holy Child, By Thy Face so meek and mild, Teach us to resemble Thee, In Thy sweet humility! Hail! Thou ever blessed morn! etc.

SOURCE: Christmas Carols, New and Old ed. by John Stainer (1871). Originally titled "Hymn for Christmas Day". Copyright © 1999 by Choral Public Domain Library (http://www.cpdl.org). Edition may be freely distributed, duplicated, performed, or recorded.

ed. 9/1/99

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