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 Category:  Song Lyrics Poetry
  Posted: November 9, 2013      Views: 569
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Retired on Disability since 1997. Married to the same girl for more than 33 years. No kids sadly but still happy together. I am a Born again Blood Bought Bible Believing Christian. Some would say "Bible Basher or Thumper," but still a work in progres - more...

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Chapter 4 of the book Geoff's "Really Truly" Carols.
Poem/Lyrics of another of my Carols written in Mid 70's
"Glory To The Lamb" by Sankey
1.Let us sing the Wondrous Story
Of the Christ, the One Who Came
Humbly as a Babe From Heaven
Let us praise His Holy Name
Glo---ry, To The Lamb
Christ Our Lord Was Born
Glo---ry, Praise His Name
For He came that Christmas Morn
2.Christmas Bells, O Hear them ringing
Telling of the New Born King
Born In Bethlehem, Judaea,
Of God's matchless Grace We Sing.
3. Old and young then raise your voices
Join with us to sing His Praise
Giving Thanks to God Our Father,
For that Happy Christ-mas Day.



The book continues with He Came. We will provide a link to it when you review this below.

Author Notes
Some may say this is similar to 'Gloria in Excelsis Deo" But I assure you this is my own work. Finally got this working now on the second link.To hear the MP3 file again you will need to press the Forward button again. Thanks to AV Murray for the Colors of Advent picture. I wrote this Carol out of frustration with the world's view on Christmas. Especially Carols By Candle Light programmes where very little is presented of the true meaning of Christmas. Please be aware that this was written by an Australian so that if you think words don't rhyme in your own local "lingo" that is the reason. As a good friend has said even Shakespeare used 'almost rhymes' in his writings. Thanks to SemiSarah for Mother Cloud picture recently added. Disregard the Black Audio link the one after it still works. I will fix it one day for multiple verse plays.

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