O Christmas Tree

Some historians have said this German folk carol is from the Middle Ages, but most likely it was created in the 16th or 17th centuries.

O Christmas tree! O Christmas tree, you stand in verdant beauty! O Christmas tree! O Christmas tree! you stand in verdant beauty!

Your boughs are green in summer's glow, and do not fade in winter's snow. O Christmas tree! O Christmas tree, you stand in verdant beauty!

O Christmas tree! O Christmas tree, much pleasure doth thou bring me! O Christmas tree! O Christmas tree, much pleasure doth thou bring me!

For ev'ry year the Christmas tree brings to us all both joy and glee. O Christmas tree! O Christmas tree, much pleasure doth thou bring me!

O Christmas tree! O Christmas tree, thy candles shine out brightly! O Christmas tree! O Christmas tree, thy candles shine out brightly!

Each bough doth hold its tiny light that makes each toy to sparkle bright. O Christmas tree! O Christmas tree, thy candles shine out brightly.

O Christmas tree! O Christmas tree, thy candles shine out brightly.

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