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  • Popular Christmas Carol LyricsPrint the lyrics you need to take caroling. Great for caroling with children and non-musicians because every word is written out and line lengths are short making it less confusing to sing along!

    Each song is on its own page or pages where practical making it easy to print just the carol lyrics you need. The Font size is larger on most carols to make sharing pages easier. All of the original stanzas are included.

  • **** Angels We Have Heard On High ****

    Angels we have heard on highSweetly singing over the plainsAnd the mountains in reply,Echoing their joyous strains.Glo-ori-aIn excelsis de-oGlo-ori-aIn excelsis de-o

    Shepherds, why this Jubilee?Why your joyous strains prolong?What the gladsome tidings beWhich inspire your heavenly song?Glo-ori-aIn excelsis de-oGlo-ori-aIn excelsis de-o

    Come to Bethlehem and seeHim whose birth the angels sing;Come, adore on bended kneeChrist, the Lord,the newborn KingGlo-ori-aIn excelsis de-oGlo-ori-aIn excelsis de-o

    See Him in a manger laidJesus, Lord of heaven and earth!Mary, Joseph, lend your aid,With us sing our Savior's birth.Glo-ori-aIn excelsis de-oGlo-ori-aIn excelsis de-o

  • **** Away In a Manger ****

    Away in a manger,no crib for His bed,The little Lord Jesuslaid down His sweet head;The stars in the heavenslooked down where He lay,The little Lord Jesusasleep on the hay.

    The cattle are lowing,the poor Baby wakes,But little Lord Jesus,no crying He makes.I love Thee, Lord Jesus;look down from the skyAnd stay by my cradletill morning is nigh.

    Be near me, Lord Jesus;I ask Thee to stayClose by me foreverand love me I pray!Bless all the dear childrenin Thy tender care,And fit us for Heavento live with Thee there.

    Away in a manger,no crib for His bed,The little Lord Jesuslaid down His sweet head;The stars in the heavenslooked down where He lay,The little Lord Jesusasleep on the hay.

  • **** Deck The Halls ****

    Deck the halls with boughs of holly Fa-la-la-la-la, la-la-la-la'Tis the season to be jolly Fa-la-la-la-la, la-la-la-laDon we now our gay apparel Fa-la-la, la-la-la, la-la-la.Troll the ancient Yule-tide carol Fa-la-la-la-la, la-la-la-la.

    See the blazing Yule before us. Fa-la-la-la-la, la-la-la-laStrike the harp and join the chorus. Fa-la-la-la-la, la-la-la-laFollow me in merry measure. Fa-la-la-la-la, la-la-la-laWhile I tell of Yule-tide treasure. Fa-la-la-la-la, la-la-la-la

    Fast away the old year passes. Fa-la-la-la-la, la-la-la-laHail the new year, lads and lasses Fa-la-la-la-la, la-la-la-laSing we joyous, all together. Fa-la-la-la-la, la-la-la-laheedless of the wind and weather. Fa-la-la-la-la, la-la-la-la

  • **** Do You Hear What I Hear ****

    Said the night wind to the little lamb,do you see what I seeWay up in the sky, little lamb,do you see what I seeA star, a star, dancing in the nightWith a tail as big as a kiteWith a tail as big as a kite

    Said the little lamb to the shepherd boy,do you hear what I hearRinging through the sky, shepherd boy,do you hear what I hearA song, a song, high above the treesWith a voice as big as the seaWith a voice as big as the sea

    Said the shepherd boy to the mighty king,do you know what I knowIn your palace warm, mighty king,do you know what I knowA Child, a Child shivers in the coldLet us bring Him silver and goldLet us bring Him silver and gold

    Said the king to the people everywhere,listen to what I sayPray for peace, people everywhere!listen to what I sayThe Child, the Child, sleeping in the nightHe will bring us goodness and lightHe will bring us goodness and light

  • **** Far, Far Away on Judea's Plains ****

    Far, far away on Judea's plains,Shepherds of oldheard the joyous strains:Glory to God, Glory to God,Glory to God in the highest:Peace on earth,good-will to men;Peace on earth,good-will to men!

    Sweet are these strainsof redeeming love,Message of mercy from heaven above:Glory to God, Glory to God,Glory to God in the highest:Peace on earth,good-will to men;Peace on earth,

    Lord, with the angelswe too would rejoice,Help us to sing withthe heart and voice:Glory to God, Glory to God,Glory to God in the highest:Peace on earth,good-will to men;Peace on earth,good-will to men!

    Hasten the time when,from every clime,Men shall unitein the strains sublime:Glory to God, Glory to God,Glory to God in the highest:Peace on earth,good-will to men;Peace on earth,good-will to men!

  • **** Frosty the Snow Man ****

    Frosty the snowman was a jolly happy soul,With a corncob pipe and a button noseand two eyes made out of coal.Frosty the snowman is a fairy tale, they say,He was made of snow but the childrenknow how he came to life one day.There must have been some magic in thatold silk hat they found.For when they placed it on his headhe began to dance around.O, Frosty the snowmanwas alive as he could be,And the children say he could laughand play just the same as you and me.Thumpetty thump thump,thumpety thump thump,Look at Frosty go.Thumpetty thump thump,thumpety thump thump,Over the hills of snow.

    Frosty the snowman knewthe sun was hot that day,So he said, "Let's run andwe'll have some funnow before I melt away."Down to the village,with a broomstick in his hand,Running here and there allaround the square saying,Catch me if you can.He led them down the streets of townright to the traffic cop.And he only paused a moment whenhe heard him holler "Stop!"For Frosty the snow manhad to hurry on his way,But he waved goodbye saying,"Don't you cry,I'll be back again some day."Thumpetty thump thump,thumpety thump thump,Look at Frosty go.Thumpetty thump thump,thumpety thump thump,Over the hills of snow.

  • **** Go, Tell It On The Mountain ****

    While shepherds kept their watchingOver silent flocks by night,Behold throughout the heavens,There shone a holy light:Go, Tell It On The Mountain,Over the hills and everywhere;Go, Tell It On The MountainThat Jesus Christ is born.

    The shepherds feared and trembledWhen lo! above the earthRang out the angel chorusThat hailed our Saviour's birth:Go, Tell It On The Mountain,Over the hills and everywhere;Go, Tell It On The MountainThat Jesus Christ is born.

    Down in a lowly mangerOur humble Christ was bornAnd God send us salvation,That blessed Christmas morn:Go, Tell It On The Mountain,Over the hills and everywhere;Go, Tell It On The MountainThat Jesus Christ is born.

    When I am a seeker,I seek both night and day;I seek the Lord to help me,And He shows me the way:Go, Tell It On The Mountain,Over the hills and everywhere;Go, Tell It On The MountainThat Jesus Christ is born.

    He made me a watchmanUpon the city wall,And if I am a Christian,I am the least of all.Go, Tell It On The Mountain,Over the hills and everywhere;Go, Tell It On The MountainThat Jesus Christ is born.

  • **** God Rest Ye Merry, Gentlemen ****

    God Rest Ye Merry, Gentlemen,Let nothing you dismay;Remember Christ, our Saviour,Was born on Christmas day,To save us all from Satan's powerWhen we were gone astray.O tidings of comfort and joy,comfort and joy,O tidings of comfort and joy.

    In Bethlehem, in Jewry,This blessed Babe was born,And laid within a manger,Upon this blessed morn;That which His Mother Mary,Did nothing take in scorn.O tidings of comfort and joy,comfort and joy,O tidings of comfort and joy.

    From God our Heavenly Father,A blessed Angel came;And unto certain ShepherdsBrought tidings of the same:How that in Bethlehem was bornThe Son of God by Name.O tidings of comfort and joy,comfort and joy,O tidings of comfort and joy.

    "Fear not," then said the Angel,"let nothing you affright,This day is born a SaviourOf pure Virgin bright,To free all those who trust in HimFrom Satan's power and might."O tidings of comfort and joy,comfort and joy,O tidings of comfort and joy.

  • The shepherds at those tidingsRejoiced much in mind,And left their flocks a-feeding,In tempest, storm, and wind:And went to Bethlehem straightway,The Son of God to find.O tidings of comfort and joy,comfort and joy,O tidings of comfort and joy.

    And when they came to BethlehemWhere our dear Saviour lay,They found Him in a manger,Where oxen feed on hay;His Mother Mary kneeling down,Unto the Lord did pray.O tidings of comfort and joy,comfort and joy,O tidings of comfort and joy.

    Now to the Lord sing praises,All you within this place,And with true love and brotherhoodEach other now embrace;This holy tide of ChristmasAll other doth deface.O tidings of comfort and joy,comfort and joy,O tidings of comfort and joy.

  • **** Hark! The Herald Angels Sing ****

    Hark! the herald angels sing"Glory to the newborn KingPeace on earth and mercy mild,God and sinners reconciled!"Joyful, all ye nations rise;Join the triumph of the skies;With angelic host proclaim"Christ is born in Bethlehem!"Hark! the herald angels sing"Glory to the newborn King!"

    Christ, by highest heaven adored;Christ the everlasting Lord;Late in time behold Him come,Offspring of the favored one.Veiled in flesh, the Godhead see;hail the incarnate DeityPleased as man with men to dwell,Jesus, our EmmanuelHark! the herald angels sing,"Glory to the newborn King"

    Hail! the heaven-born Prince of Peace!Hail! the Son of Righteousness!Light and life to all He brings,risen with healing in His wings.Mild He lays His glory by,born that man no more may die;Born to raise the sons of earth,born to give them second birthHark! the herald angels sing,"Glory to the newborn King"

  • **** I Heard the Bells on Christmas Day ****

    I Heard the Bells on Christmas DayTheir old familiar carols play,And wild and sweet the words repeatOf peace on earth, good will to men.

    I thought how, as the day had come,The belfries of all ChristendomHad rolled along the unbroken songOf peace on