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While Shepherds Watch Their Flocks is a well known Christmas carol.
- Tune: Winchester Old
- Meter: CM
- Composer: From Thomas Este's Psalter (1592)
- Lyricist: Nahum Tate (1652 - 1715)
- Music and lyrics copyright: Public Domain
- While shepherds watched their flocks by night,
- All seated on the ground;
- The angel of the Lord came down,
- And glory shone around.
- "Fear not!" said he, for mighty dread
- Had seized their troubled mind.
- "Glad tidings of great joy I bring
- To all of humankind."
- "To you, in David's town, this day
- Is born of David's line
- A Saviour, who is Christ the Lord,
- And this shall be the sign."
- "The heavenly babe you there shall find
- To human view displayed,
- All meanly wrapped in swathing bands,
- And in a manger laid."
- Thus spake the seraph and forthwith
- Appeared a shining throng
- Of angels praising God on high,
- Who thus addressed their song.
- "All glory be to God on high,
- And to the earth be peace;
- Good will henceforth from heaven to earth
- Begin and never cease!"
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