"Joy to the World" as written by Warryn Campbell, Tamara Savage, Trecina Atkins-campbell, Erica Monique Atkins-campbell and John T Smith....
Joy to the world
Joy to the world
Joy to the world the Lord has come (2x)

come and remember the manger
And promise that is born today
Won't you look in the eyes of a baby boy
I wonder why
The lord of creation
Would come to me is such a way
And the song he had the angels sing
Is still echoing

Repeat the sounding
Joy to world the Lord has come
Joy let your heart prepare him room
Joy we receive our king
In heaven and nature sing
Heaven and nature sing

Stop in the hurry of Christmas
And listen for the angels call
Stand in the quiet and hear his voice
Oh with your heart hold on to Jesus
For the hope he brought is living on
And the song that warmed the winters night
Still changes lives

Repeat the sound the sounding
Joy to world the lord has come
Joy let your heart prepare him room
Joy we receive our king
In heaven and nature sing
Heaven and nature sing

He rules the world
With truth and grace
And makes the nations prove
The Glories of his righteousness
And wonders of his love
The Glories of his righteousness
And wonders of his love

All of earth and heaven sing!

Joy to the world
Joy to the world
Joy to the world the Lord has come
Joy to the world the Lord has come

Joy to world the lord has come
Joy let your heart prepare him room
Joy we receive our king
In heaven and nature sing

joy to world the lord has come
Joy let your heart prepare him room (joy to world)
Joy we receive our king
In heaven and nature sing (heaven and nature)
Heaven and nature sing (joy to the world the Lord has come)

(Yeah, yeah, yeah)


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"Joy to the World" as written by Roger Wilcock Lowell Mason

Lyrics © CAPITOL CHRISTIAN MUSIC GROUP

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