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Christmas Songs – Children, Go Where I Send Thee lyrics

Children, go where I send thee,
How shall I send thee?
I shall send thee one by one
One was little bitty - baby
wrapped in swaddling- lying in the manger,
Born, born, born in Bethlehem.

Children, go where I send thee,
How shall I send thee?
I shall send thee two by two
Two was Paul and - Silas
One was a little bitty - baby
Born, born, born in Bethlehem.

[Repeat in decending order:]
Three was the 3 men riding
Four was the four come knock'n at the door...
Five was the gospel preachers...
Six was the six that couldn't be fixed...
Seven was the seven that went to heaven...
Eight was the eight that stood at the gate...
Nine was the nine who saw the sign
Ten for the ten commandments...



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