Come, Let Us All With One Accord
For the Christmas-tide
Words: English Traditional
Music: Not Stated
Source: A Selection of Carols, Pieces, and Anthems, Suitable for Christmas. (London: W. Kent and Co.; Penzance: F. Rodda, ca. 1872), p. 22.
Come, let us all with one accord,
The Prince of Life adore ;
Hail him triumphantly, ascend,
And praise him evermore.
Come to the Prince of Glory, come,
On this blest happy morn:
Let all his praises loud be sung,
And join all heart and tongue.
Come, let us laud the Prince of Life,
In his own realms of light,
And sing the chorus of his love
Around his throne above.
Come, then, to hear our songs of love
Around the throne above,
With all the heavenly choirs to sing,
And crown the Prince our King.
Come, let us join the choirs above,
To chant the Saviour's love,
Where all the angels chant their songs,
And join all human tongues.
Come, let us strike our harps of gold,
To chant the love untold,
With all our instruments below,
The Christmas songs we know.