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Some children see Him lily white
The baby Jesus born this night
Some children see Him lily white
With dresses of their faith

I sing Noel, I sing Noel for children
For all little children who have no Christmas tree
I sing Noel, Noel, Noel
For little girls who have no pretty dress to wear
Little boys who have no teddy bears

I sing Noel, I sing Noel for children
For all lonely children who cry on Christmas Eve
I sing Noel, Noel, Noel
For little girls whose hands are trembling in the cold
Little boys whose eyes are too slow

May the new born Savior
Turn His tender face to you
May He help us all
To make this world a better place for you

I sing Noel, I sing Noel for children
For all little children who have no Christmas tree
Let's all sing Noel, rings the bells of Christmas
For all lonely children wherever they may be
Noel, Noel, come spend Christmas with me
Noel, Noel, come spend Christmas with me

I sing Noel
I sing Noel
I sing Noel



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