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Doug Stone – The First Christmas lyrics

He was just a baby
The only Son of Man.
They all came to see Him
Three wise men to Bethlehem
Baring gifts that could not compare
To the gift of eternal life.
That our Savior gave to us
That first Christmas night.

Chorus
Don't you know the angels where singing
Cause they knew all the joy that He was bringing
Oh, I wish I could have been to there
To witness the birth of Christ
And feel what they felt on that
First Christmas night.

It must have been a wonderful thrill
To watch Him take His first breathe.
And to see His mother Mary hold Him
Close to her chest.
How she looked. She looked in His eyes
What it must have been a sight.
Wish I felt the love she felt on that
First Christmas night.

Chorus
Don't you know the angels where singing
Cause they knew all the joy that He was bringing
Oh, I wish I could have been to there
To witness the birth of Christ
And feel what they felt on that
First Christmas night.

Oh.
Why can't I feel what they felt
On that First Christmas night.?



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