Christmas Carols, Ancient And Modern

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Then let us all most merry be,
And sing with chearful voice,
For we have good occasion now
This time for to rejoice.
For, &c.
Then put away contention all,
And fall no more at strife,
Let every man with chearfulness
Embrace his loving wife.
For, &c.
With plenteous food your houses store,
Provide some wholesome cheer,
And call your friends together
That live both far and near.
For, &c.
Then let us all most merry be,
Since that we are come here,
And we do hope before we part
To taste some of your beer.
For, &c.
Your beer, your beer, your Christmas beer,
That seems to be sc strong,
And we do wish that Christmas tide
Was twenty times so long.
For, &c.
Then sing with voices chearfully,
For Christ this time was born,
Who did from death deliver us,
When we were left forlorn.
For, &c.

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