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Christmas celebration is incomplete without carols. Enjoy the spirit of devotion, joy, and festivity with some traditional carols.

Traditional Christmas Carols

Christmas! The very sound brings joy to our hearts. When Christmas arrives, we still have those warm feelings that engross our hearts and homes as we had when we were children. You still look forward to the long lists of gifts and cards to be bought and given, no matter how you fright the scuttle. Traditions are an important part of the festivity. They bring solidity in a frenzied season especially for children, who look forward to this year after year. For grownups, it is moment to pass on time tested values and remember childhood memories. Christmas day surrounds this incomplete world like a wonderful sphere, bound by hopes, affections, and enjoyment as the essence of festivity. The feeling of helping someone whether there is a need for help or not gives you immense satisfaction, and this very feeling is known as Christmas. The music and sounds of Christmas come from all genres and style. Some carols are entirely secular concentrating on the fun of the holiday. Others are more religious bringing the rationale flavor in front. Carol today means singing, joy, devotion, festive spirit, and even dancing. Christmas music is an important part of the festive season and here are some carols with traditional flavor.

Traditional Christmas Carols Lyrics

Christ Child Lullaby
My love, my pride, my treasure oh
My wonder new and pleasure oh
My son, my beauty, ever You
Who am I to bear You here?

The cause of talk and tale am I
The cause of greatest fame am I
The cause of proudest care on high
To have for mine, the King of all

And though You are the King of all
They sent You to the manger stall
Where at Your feet they all shall fall
And glorify my child, the King

There shone a star above three kings
To guide them to the King of kings
They held You in their humble arms
And knelt before You until dawn

They gave You myrrh and gave You gold
Drank incense and gifts untold
They traveled far these gifts to bring
And glorify their new born King

While Shepherds Watched Their Flocks By Night
While shepherds watched their flocks by night,
All seated on the ground,
The angel of the Lord came down,
And glory shone around.
"Fear not," said he, for mighty dread
Had seized their troubled minds;
"Glad tidings of great joy I bring
To you and all mankind.

"To you, in David's town, this day,
Is born of David's line
A Savior, who is Christ the Lord;
And this shall be the sign:
The heavenly Babe you there shall find
To human view displayed,
All meanly wrapped in swaddling-clothes
And in a manger laid."

Thus spake the seraph,--and forthwith
Appeared a shining throng
Of angels, praising God, and thus
Addressed their joyful song:
"All glory be to God on high,
And to the earth be peace;
Good will henceforth from Heaven to men
Begin and never cease."

Cornish Wassail Song
Now Christmas is comen and New Year begin
Pray open your doors and let us come in

With our wassail, wassail, wassail, wassail
And joy come with our jolly wassail

O Master and Mistress sitting down by the fire
While we poor wassail boys are traveling the mire

This ancient house we will kindly salute
It is an old custom you need not dispute

We are here in this place, orderly we stand
We're the jolly wassail boys with a bowl in our hands
We hope that your apple trees will prosper and bear
And bring forth good cider when we come next year

We hope that your barley will prosper and grow
That you may have plenty and some to bestow

Good Mistress and Master how can you forbear
Come fill up out bowl with cider or beer

Good Mistress and Master sitting down at your ease
Put your hands in your pockets and give what you please

I wish you a blessing and a long time to live
Since you've been so free and willing to give