It's not me who can't keep a secret, it's the people I tell that can't.
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Atlantis: the domain of the Stingray
24Dec
2014
Wed
07:55
author: Stingray
category: My Ramblings
comments: 3
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Dad
24Dec2014/08:22

very pretty

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Geoffrey
24Dec2014/08:50

I may be biased, but the Sem Chorus did a better version. I’ll have to find the lyrics, because they are slightly different, theologically clearer, and there is one more stanza than King’s College sings.

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Geoffrey
24Dec2014/08:54

FOUND THEM (posted three years ago):

Sing lullaby! Lullaby baby, now reclining, sing lullaby!
Hush, do not wake the infant King.
Angels are watching, stars are shining
Over the place where He is lying:
Sing lullaby!

Sing lullaby! Lullaby baby, now a-sleeping, sing lullaby!
Hush, do not wake the infant King.
Soon will come sorrow with the morning,
Soon will come bitter grief and weeping:
Sing lullaby!

Sing lullaby! Lullaby baby, now a-dozing, sing lullaby!
Hush, do not wake the infant King.
Soon comes the cross, the nails, the piercing,
Then in the grave at last reposing;
Sing lullaby!

Sing lullaby! Lullaby! Is the babe awaking? Sing lullaby!
Hush, do not stir the infant King.
Soon will come Easter, gladsome morning.
Conquering death, its bondage breaking:
Sing lullaby!

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The Infant King

posted before, good enough to do again.

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