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The Coventry Carol (last year Christmas Choir song)

Follow these words, not the on screen words please:

The Coventry carol

Lullay Lully, Thou little tiny child

By, by lully, lullay

O Sisters too, how may we do, for to preserve this day

This poor youngling for whom we do sing

By, by lullay lully

Herod the king, in his raging

Charged he hath this day,

His men of might in his own sight, All young children to slay

Then woe is me, poor child for thee,

By, by lully lullay.

Holly Jolly Christmas (DIV 5)

 

I want a Hippopotamus for Christmas…(Last year Christmas choir)

The Holly and The Ivy

Verse 1

The Holly and the Ivy, when they are both full grown

Of all the trees that are in the wood, the holly bears the crown

Chorus:

The rising of the sun, and the running of the deer

The playing of the merry organ, sweet singing in the choir

V2

The holly bears a blossom, as white as lily flower

And Mary bore sweet Jesus Christ to be our sweet savior

V3

The holy bears a berry, as red as any blood

And Mary bore sweet Jesus Christ to do poor sinners good

 

The Christmas In Me

Children’s glistening eyes, look for their surprise, around the Christmas tree.

Smiles upon each face are things we can’t erase within our memory.

There’s so much to this season and that is the reason this Christmas feeling should stay.

For I know that together we can make things better if Christmas lived within our hearts each day.

 

The Christmas in me wants love everlasting

The Christmas in me wants peace to be found

We must take our laughter from here to ever after so Christmas will last all year round.

 

Where-ever we are, no matter how far, a common dream we share.

Let there be joy, for every girl and boy and peace be everywhere.

May we always remember this day in December so everybody will see

That these feelings were sharing through giving and caring: that’s the bond that makes us family

 

The Christmas in me wants love everlasting

The Christmas in me wants peace to be found

We must take our laughter from here to ever after so Christmas will last all year round. (x2)

 

We must take our laughter from here to ever after so Christmas will last all year round.