"Here We Come A-Caroling" as written by Douglas Gamley and Dp,....
Here we come a-caroling,
Among the leaves so green!
Here we come a-wandering,
So fair to be seen!

Love and joy come to you,
And a merry Christmas too,
So we send you and wish you,
A Happy New Year,
And we sing you a Happy New Year!

We are not daily beggars,
That beg from door to door!
But we are neighbors' children,
Whom you have seen before!

Love and joy come to you,
And a merry Christmas too,
So we send you and wish you,
A Happy New Year,
And we sing a Happy New Year!

The master and mistress
As you sit by the fire
Think of us poor children
Who wander in the mire

Love and joy come to you,
And a merry Christmas too,
So we send you and wish you,
A Happy New Year,
And we sing a Happy New Year!

So bless the master of this house
Likewise the mistress too
And all the little children
That round the table go

Love and joy come to you,
And a merry Christmas too,
So we send you and wish you,
A Happy New Year,
And we sing a Happy New Year!


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"Here We Come A-Caroling" as written by Bob Alcivar

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