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O, come, all ye faithful, all joyful and triumphant
O, come ye, O, come ye to Bethlehem
O, come and behold Him, born the King of Angels

O, come let us adore Him
O, come let us adore Him
O, come let us adore Him
Christ the Lord

God of my God, light of my salvation
Lo, He abhors not the Virgin's womb
O, very God, begotten not created

O, come let us adore Him
O, come let us adore Him
O, come let us adore Him
Christ the Lord

Sing, choirs of Angels, O, sing in exultation
O, sing all ye citizens of Heaven above
Sing glory to God, glory in the highest

O, come let us adore Him
O, come let us adore Him
O, come let us adore Him
Christ the Lord

Lord, we greet Thee
Born this happy morning
O Jesus, to Thee be glory given
Now Word of the Father now in flesh appearing

O, come let us adore Him
O, come let us adore Him
O, come let us adore Him
Christ the Lord

Come let us adore Him
Christ the Lord
O, adore from high
O, adore, O, my adore you
I adore you, I adore you

Lord I adore you
O Lord, O Lord, O Lord



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