A winter's carol
First song of the robin
A winter's carol
I go through the land
And I can hear it

Ringing out
Ringing out
From pine to oak
Bringing out with the December snow
Ringing out
A gift to old
Wrapped in ribbons of gold
For the whole world
For the whole world

The summer queen
Has been in darkness
The summer queen
Has been in darkness
The summer queen
Surrenders to this
To him she reveals
The secrets

To him she reveals
The Wine Ham secrets
For a time
For a time rejoice
Fire and frost in marriage

Through a midwinter clearing
A forest greets the snowy evening
Year after year, the holly king
Passes the torch as it was intended

Through a midwinter clearing
A final kiss and a new beginning
Kiss on the queen wearing his wreath
Soon with the sun she will be ascending
Through a midwinter clearing
The forest greets a snowy evening
With wands of yew, the holly king
Passes the torch as it was intended
Passes the torch as it was intended

A winter's carol
The song of the robin
The sun is reborn
From the starry heavens
A winter's carol
Echoes the sound of wonder
And I can hear it

Ringing out
Ringing out,
From pine to oak
Bringing out, with the December snow
Ringing out
A gift of old
Wrapped in ribbons of gold
For the whole world
For the whole world
For the whole world

Ringing out,
Winter's carol
Ringing out,
Winter's carol
Ringing out,
Winter's.



Lyrics submitted by stentorian


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