We Three Kings
John Hopkins, 1857
1We three kings of Orient are
2Born a king on Bethlehem's plain.
3Frankincense to offer have I.
4Myrrh is mine its bitter per__fume
5Glorious now be___hold Him a__rise,
1Bearing gifts we traverse a_far;
2Gold I bring to crown him again.
3Incense owns a deity night.
4Breathes a life of gathering gloom
4King and God, and sacri_____fice;
1Field and fountain, moor and mountain
2King for___ever ceasing never.
3Prayer and praising, all men raising;
4Sorrowing, sighing, bleeding, dying
1Following yon____der star.
2Over us all to reign.
3Worship Him, God on high.
4Sealed in the stone cold tomb.
5Earth to heav'n re___plies.
Star of wonder star of night
Star with royal beauty bright
Westward leading still proceeding
Guide us to thy perfect light.