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The Brothers Four – Fall Softly Snow lyrics

Jim Ed Brown & Helen Cornelius
(Jean Surrey)

Fall softly snow.
Blanket everything with purest white.
Fall softly snow.
Everything is holy here tonight.
Shepherd boy upon the hill
Bid your flock be very still.
Fall softly snow.
A child is born tonight.

Shine brightly star.
Wisemen bearing gifts come from afar.
Oh Holy light, brightest of them all, the Eastern Star.
Herald angels from on high,
Sing a tender lullaby.
Fall softly snow.
A child is born tonight.

The time is here.
Oh Holy Night, the angels sing.
And from on high, heavenly hosts proclaim the King.
In the manger by her side,
Mary's eyes are filled with pride.
Fall softly snow.
Fall softly snow.

The Christ child has just arrived.
Silent night....



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