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Blue Christmas

by Elvis Presley

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Away in a manger No crib for a bed The little Lord Jesus Lay down his sweet head The stars in the sky Look down where lay The little Lord Jesus Asleep in the hay The cattle are lowing The poor baby wakes But little Lord Jesus No crying he makes I love thee Lord Jesus Look down from the sky And stay by my cradle 'Til morning is nigh Away in a manger No crib for a bed The little Lord Jesus Lay down his sweet head The stars in the heavens Look down where he lay The little Lord Jesus Asleep on the hay Away in a manger No crib for a bed The little Lord Jesus Lay down his sweet head I love thee Lord Jesus Look down from the sky And stay by my cradle 'Til morning is nigh Stay by my cradle 'Til morning is nigh

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