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Once upon a christmas far away in bethlehemMary being great with child had no place to lie downSo joseph found a stable in which mary had her childOnce upon a christmas was the birth of jesus christOnce upon a christmas in a manger far awayA king was born his palace was a manger filled with hayHis royal robe was swaddling cloth a halo was his crownOnce upon a christmas away in bethlehemAnd all the world rejoiced because the king was born at lastA savior had been promised now it had come to passAnd the joyful news that he was born spread quickly far and wideOnce upon a christmas was the birth of jesus christOnce upon a christmas from the far east wise men cameWith gold and myrrh and frankincense to praise the newborn kingAnd shepherds left their flocks and came to see and worship himOnce upon a christmas away in bethlehemAnd all the world rejoiced because the king was born at lastA savior had been promised now it had come to passAnd the joyful news that he was born spread quickly far and wideOnce upon a christmas was the birth of jesus christOnce upon a christmas far away in bethlehem



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