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Full many a bird did wake and fly
Curoo curoo curoo
Full many a bird did wake and fly
To the manger bed with a wandering cry
On Christmas day in the morning

Curoo curoo curoo
Curoo curoo curoo

The lark the dove and the red bird came
Curoo curoo curoo
The lark the dove and the red bird came
And they did sing in sweet Jesus' name
On Christmas day in the morning
Curoo curoo curoo
Curoo curoo curoo

The owl was there with eyes so wide
Curoo curoo curoo
The owl was there with eyes so wide
And he did sit at sweet Mary's side
On Christmas day in the morning
Curoo curoo curoo
Curoo curoo curoo

The shepherds knelt upon the hay
Curoo curoo curoo
The shepherds knelt upon the hay
And angels sang the night away
On Christmas day in the morning
Curoo curoo curoo
Curoo curoo curoo



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