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I saw a maiden (Arr Pettman)

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I saw a maiden (Arr Edgar Pettman)

Old Basque NoŽl

I saw a maiden sitten and sing:
She lulled a child, a sweete Lording.

Lullay, lullay, my dear son, my sweeting,
Lullay, lullay, my dear heart, my own dear darling.

This very Lord he made alle thing:
Of lordes the Lord, of kinges the King.

Lullay, lullay, my dear son, my sweeting,
Lullay, lullay, my dear heart, my own dear darling.

There was mickle melody at that childes birth:
And all in heavenís bliss, they made mickle mirth.

Lullay, lullay, my dear son, my sweeting,
Lullay, lullay, my dear heart, my own dear darling.

Angels sang that night and saiden to that child:
Now blest be thou and she, both meek and mild.

Lullay, lullay, my dear son, my sweeting,
Lullay, lullay, my dear heart, my own dear darling.

Pray we to that child and to his mother dear,
His blessing to them that maken now cheer.

Lullay, lullay, my dear son, my sweeting,
Lullay, lullay, my dear heart, my own dear darling.

Words 15th century (adapted)



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