Away In A Manger

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  1. “Away in a Manger” was one of my favorite carols when I was a child before I “grew up” and started over-analyzing things. Now that I’m an adult, I sing the line “but little Lord Jesus no crying He makes,” and grin, realizing that whoever wrote those words was probably not a mother.
  2. Away in a manger no crib for a bed The little lord jesus laid down his sweet head The stars in the bright sky looked down where he lay The little lord jesus asleep on the hay.
  3. Away in a manger, no crib for a bed The little Lord Jesus laid down his sweet head The stars in the sky looked down where he lay The little Lord Jesus asleep on the hay.
  4. Echo Park - Away in a Manger O Holy Night, the stars are brightly shining in Echo Park's Away in a Manger Collection. Celebrate the true, beautiful meaning of Christmas with this joyous set of stamps, papers, stickers, metal dies, and more.
  5. Oct 25, - No crib for his bed, the little Lord Jesus lay down His sweet head. See more ideas about Christmas nativity, Away in a manger, Christian christmas pins.
  6. Away in a manger, no crib for a bed The little Lord Jesus laid down his sweet head; The stars in the sky looked down where he lay The little Lord Jesus asleep in the hay.
  7. Away in a Manger sheet music for alto saxophone. There are two popular versions of the Christmas carol Away in a Manger. Select an image below for a free printable PDF of the melody to Away in a Manger for alto saxophone that is popular in the United States and .
  8. "Away in a Manger" is a Christmas carol first published in the late nineteenth century and used widely throughout the English-speaking world. In Britain, it is one of the most beloved carols; a Gallup Poll ranked it joint second. The popularity of the carol has led to many variants in the lyrics.
  9. Dec 03,  · ‘Away in a Manger’ was first published in the late nineteenth century – but the origins of the festive favourite have been disputed. Up until the twentieth century, it was believed the carol was the work of Martin Luther – a German priest – which led to the carol being named ‘Luther’s Cradle Song’.

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