The Hymns and Carols of Christmas

Christmas Morn Has Come

For Christmas

Words: Not Stated

Music: C. H. Whittier
Ass't Organist at Trinity Church, Boston

Source: Library of Congress, Rare Book and Special Collections Division, America Singing: Nineteenth-Century Song Sheets.
(American Memory, Performing Arts-Music)

1. Christmas morn has come once more,
And we sing a song of praise;
Christ the Lord was born today,
Let us all our voices raise,
Let us all our voices raise.

2. Sing we all of Him who came,
Lowly to a manger bed;
He who was the King of kings.
Had no room to lay His head,
Had no room to lay his head.

3. Yet He came in love and grace,
To redeem this world of ours;
He was born on Christmas Day.
Let us sing with all our powers,
Let us sing with all our powers.

4. Let us keep this day with joy,
Sending gifts and making mirth;
For our wake, who long ago,
Came on Christmas Day to earth,
Came on Christmas Day to earth.

Sheet Music by C. H. Whittier (Boston: O. Ditson, 1885)

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