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Christmas Song
LYDIA A.C. WARD Why do bells for Christmas r...

The Fir Tree
HANS CHRISTIAN ANDERSEN Out in the forest stood a pr...

The Fir-tree
HANS CHRISTIAN ANDERSEN OUT in the woods stood a n...

The End Of The Play
WILLIAM MAKEPEACE THACKERAY The play is done...

Minstrels And Maids
WILLIAM MORRIS Outlanders, whence come ye la...

The First Christmas-tree
BY LUCY WHEELOCK TWO little children were sitting ...

Christmas
ROSE TERRY COOKE Here comes old Father Chris...





To The Fir-tree






FROM THE GERMAN

O Fir-tree green! O Fir-tree green!
Your leaves are constant ever,
Not only in the summer time,
But through the winter's snow and rime
You're fresh and green forever.

O Fir-tree green! O Fir-tree green!
I still shall love you dearly!
How oft to me on Christmas night
Your laden boughs have brought delight.
O Fir-tree green! O Fir-tree green!
I still shall love you dearly.





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