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Verse 1:
A King is born this day in Bethlehem,
Hallelujah! (Halle, hallelujah! )
No crown is worn but angels worship Him,
Hallelujah! (Halle, hallelujah! )
Almighty God, He was meek and mild,
Salvation comes through this holy Child.

Chorus:
A King is born, (He is in the manger now)
A King is born, (humbly come and humbly bow)
A tiny Lord, (He's reaching out His tiny hand)
A King is born on this day, in Bethlehem.

Verse 2:
His palace is lowly, His throne is made of hay,
Hallelujah! (Halle, hallelujah! )
Shepherds bow down to see His holy face,
Hallelujah! (Halle, hallelujah! )
Heaven is singing of peace on earth,
Filled with the wonder of this birth.

(Repeat Chorus)

Bridge:
Come humbly and humbly bow;
He's in the manger now
(Repeat 3 times)

(Repeat Verse 1)

Chorus 2:
A King is born, (Everybody praise His name)
A King is born, (We will never be the same)
A tiny Lord, (He's reaching out His Mighty hand)
A King is born this day in Bethlehem

Ending:
Come and worship
Come and worship
Come and worship
Come and worship (Halle, hallelujah! )
(A king is born) A king is born (Halle, halle)
(A king is born) A king is born (Halle, halle)
(A king is born) A king is born (Halle, hallelujah! )
A king is born!



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