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an-gels; O come, let us a-dore Him,
Him Born the King of
at - ed;
Come and be - hold
O come, let us a-dore Him, O come, let us a - dore Him, Christ the Lord. A - MEN.
Anon. (Latin, 18th cent.). Trans. by Rev. Frederick Oakeley, 1841: verse 1, lines 1, 2, alt.
Sing, O sing, this blessed
176 WILDERSMOUTH 22.214.171.124.4.7.
Ye who sang
morn; Jesus Christ to-day is
1 An - gels, from the realms of glo- ry, Wing your flight o'er all the earth;
wor ship, Wor-ship Christ, the
Edward J. Hopkins, 1879
Now pro- claim Mes-si ah's birth:
4 Saints before the altar bending,
God the Father, Spirit, Son;
To the Eternal Three in One:
177 CAROL C. M. D.
1 It came up - on
the mid-night clear, That glo - rious
From angels bend - ing near the earth To touch their harps of
Richard S. Willis, 1850
"Peace on the earth, good will to men, From heaven's all - gra
The world in sol - emn still-ness lay, To hear the angels sing.
A - MEN.
Look now! for glad and golden hours
4 For lo, the days are hastening on,
And the whole world give back the song
Rev. Edmund H. Sears, 1850