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7 Christmas Rhymes

  1. The most joyous Christmas
    If luck could be with us

    By Kenny Rogers

    Read source at : http://www.rhymezone.com/r/rhyme.cgi?Word=christmas&loc=snippettotal&typeofrhyme=exa

  2. And they gave me a harp last Christmas
    And all the nurses took a dance
    But lately I’ve been growing listless
    I’ve been dreaming again of the past

    By Mary Chapin Carpenter

    Read source at : http://www.rhymezone.com/r/rhyme.cgi?Word=christmas&loc=snippettotal&typeofrhyme=exa

  3. What’s the biggest gift at Christmas?
    Oh that’s so easy for me.
    As it doesn’t come wrapped in paper
    placed under the Christmas Tree.
    For me the best gift at Christmas,
    is one that lasts all year through.
    and that would be having a Wife/Husband
    As wonderful/loving/beautiful/handsome as you!

    By Unknown Author

    Read source at : http://www.say-it-in-verse.com/Christmas-special.html

  4. If I could put you under our Christmas Tree
    Somewhere neatly on the floor
    Gift wrapped especially just for me
    I couldn’t love you more.
    Whilst that seems a bit ridiculous
    I’d have the gift I’d most adore
    Far better than the most expensive thing
    bought in any designer store.

    By Unknown Author

    Read source at : http://www.say-it-in-verse.com/Christmas-special.html

  5. A Child this day is born,
    A Child of high renown;
    Most worthy of a sceptre,
    A sceptre and a crown.Glad tidings to all men,
    Glad tidings sing we may,
    Because the King of Kings,
    Was born on Christmas Day.

    These tidings shepherds heard
    While watching o’er their fold;
    Twas by an Angel unto them
    That night revealed and told.

    Glad tidings to all men,
    Glad tidings sing we may,
    Because the King of Kings,
    Was born on Christmas Day.

    To whom the Angel spoke,
    Saying, “Be not afraid;”
    Be glad, poor silly shepherds —
    Why are you so dismayed?

    Glad tidings to all men,
    Glad tidings sing we may,
    Because the King of Kings,
    Was born on Christmas Day.

    “For lo! I bring you tidings
    Of gladness and of mirth,
    Which cometh to all people by
    This holy Infant’s birth”.

    Glad tidings to all men,
    Glad tidings sing we may,
    Because the King of Kings,
    Was born on Christmas Day.

    Then was there with the Angel
    An host incontinent
    Of heavenly bright soldiers,
    All from the highest sent.

    Glad tidings to all men,
    Glad tidings sing we may,
    Because the King of Kings,
    Was born on Christmas Day.

    They praised the Lord our God,
    And our celestial King:
    All glory be in Paradise,
    This heavenly host do sing.

    Glad tidings to all men,
    Glad tidings sing we may,
    Because the King of Kings,
    Was born on Christmas Day.

    And as the Angel told them,
    So to them did appear;
    They found the young Child, Jesus Christ
    With Mary, his mother dear:.

    Glad tidings to all men,
    Glad tidings sing we may,
    Because the King of Kings,
    Was born on Christmas Day.

    All glory be to God,
    That sitteth still on high
    with praises and with triumph great,
    And joyful melody.

    Glad tidings to all men,
    Glad tidings sing we may,
    Because the King of Kings,
    Was born on Christmas Day.

    By Unknown Author

    Read source at : http://bussongs.com/songs/a-child-this-day.php

  6. “Mary Had a Little Lamb”Guess whose beard is long and white?
    Long and white? Long and white?
    Guess whose beard is long and white?
    It’s Dear old Santa.
    Guess whose suit is red and white?
    Red and white? Red and white?
    Guess whose Suit is red and white?
    it’s Dear old San-ta!
    Guess who comes on Christmas Eve?
    Christmas Eve? Christmas Eve?
    Guess who comes on Christmas Eve?
    It’s Dear old San-ta!

    By Unknown Author

    Read source at : http://www.preschooleducation.com/schristmas.shtml

  7. Candy Cane PoemLook at a CANDY CANE, what do you see?
    Stripes that are RED like the BLOOD shed for me!
    WHITE for my Savior, Who’s sinless and pure!
    “J” is for JESUS, My Lord that’s for sure!
    Turn it around And a staff you will see —
    Jesus, my SHEPHERD, Is coming for me!

    By Unknown Author

    Read source at : http://www.dltk-holidays.com/xmas/candy_cane_poem.htm

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