Hark! Hear the bells, sweet silver bells,
All seem to say, ding dong, m'kay.
Christmas is here, bringing good cheer,
To young and old, meek and the bold.
Ding-dong-ding-dong, that is their song,
With joyful ring, all caroling

One seems to hear, words of the cheer
From everywhere, filling the air, m'kay
Oh, how they pound, raising the sound
Or here and there, telling their tale
Gaily they ring, while People sing
Songs of the cheer, Christmas is here

On, on they send, on without end
Their joyful tone, to every home
Hark! Hear the bells, sweet silver bells
All seem to say, ding dong, m'kay
On, on they send, on without end
Their joyful tone, to every home.
Ding-dong-ding-dong m'kay-m'kay-m'kay, m'kay!


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Carol of the Bells Lyrics as written by Peter Wilhousky Mykola Leontovich

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