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149
Wrapt in their folded vests of light
They seek the sordid stall, Gaze with emotions of delight,
And own him Lord of all.
Shepherds, to you a herald flies,
Obey the early call, Immanuel in a manger lies,
Go crown him Lord of all.
He comes, he comes, our world to bless,
To ransom every soul From shades of endless wretchedness:
O crown him Lord of all!
The sceptre, robe, and throne prepare,
Attend, ye great and small, With acclamations rend the air,
And crown him Lord of all.
THE HOLY WELL.
As it fell out one May morning, And upon one bright holiday,
Sweet Jesus asked of his dear Mother, If he might go to play.

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