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List of Merry Christmas carols, Music, Songs:

Merry Xmas carols are the carols and its lyrics focus on the Christmas or which are associated with Xmas season even if its lyrics may not specifically related to Christmas Day. Two kinds of Merry Xmas carols are included in this list below. Traditional Xmas carols and other modern Christmas songs.

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List of Funny Merry Xmas Carols:

Carols Composer /Lyricist
Adam Lay Ybounden Set by numerous composers, most notably by Boris Ordand Peter Warlock
Angels from the Realms of Glory words: James Montgomery; song (US): to the tune of "Regent Square" (UK): a slightly different arrangement of "Angels We Have Heard on High" ("Gloria")
Angels We Have Heard on High based on traditional hymn "Gloria" (a French traditional carol "Les Anges dans nos Campagnes"); English translation by Bishop James Chadwick, tune arranged by Edward Shippen Barnes
Away in a Manger first two stanzas attributed to unknown author; third stanza written by John McFarland (1904)
Boar's Head Carol English traditional
Carol of the Bells music composed by Mykola Leontovych; original traditional Ukrainian lyrics are of pre Christian origin; English adaptation of text by Peter Wilhousky, 1936
The Cherry Tree Carol English traditional
Children, Go Where I Send Thee
Christians Awake John Byrom
A Christmas Carol words and songs: Charles E. Ives
Christmas is Coming
Come Buy My Nice Fresh Ivy music: Turlough O'Carolan, John Keegan
Coventry Carol; ("Lullay, Thou Tiny Little Child") English traditional
Ding Dong Merrily on High music: Jehan Tabourot, words: George Ratcliffe Woodward
Down in Yon Forest English traditional
Do You Hear What I Hear? written by Noël Regneyand Gloria Shayne
The First Nowellt; ("The First Noël") English traditional
Gabriel's Message translated into English by Sabine Baring-Gould
Glory to God Dutch traditional
Go Tell It on the Mountain Lyrics by John W. Work
God Rest Ye Merry, Gentlemen English traditional
Good King Wenceslas words: John Mason Neale, songs: tune from Piae Cantiones
Hark! The Herald Angels Sing Songs: Felix Mendelssohn, words: , amended by George Whitfield and Martin Madan
Here We Come A-Wassailing English traditional
The Holly and the Ivy English traditional
Huron Carol; ("<'Twas in the Moon of Wintertime")
I Heard the Bells on Christmas Day words: Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, music: Johnny Marks
I Pray On Christmas written and by Harry Connick, Jr.
I Saw Three Ships (Come Sailing In) English traditional
In Dulci Jubilo; ("Good Christian Men, Rejoice" or "Good Christian Friends, Rejoice")
In the Bleak Midwinter words: Christina Rossetti, songs: Gustav Holst
Infant Holy, Infant Lowly; ("W żłobie leży") Polish traditional
It Came Upon the Midnight Clear words: Edmund Hamilton Sears, song: Richard Storrs Willis,
I Wonder as I Wander Appalachian traditional
Jesus Christ the Apple Tree
Joy to the World words: Isaac Watts based on Psalm 98, music: arranged by Lowell Mason based on themes in Handel's Messiah
Judea music: William Billings
Lo, How a Rose E'er Blooming; ("Es ist ein Ros' entsprungen") German traditional
Love Came Down at Christmas words: Christina Rossetti, music: various
March of the Kings
Mary, Did You Know? words: Mark Lowry, music: Buddy Greene
Mary's Boy Child; (Mary's Little Boy Child) written by Jester Hairston
Night of Silence words and songs: Daniel Kantor
O come, O come, Emmanuel" ("Veni, Veni, Emmanuel")
O Holy Night words: Placide Cappeau de Rouquemaure, translated by John Sullivan Dwight, music:Adolphe Adam
O Little Town of Bethlehem words: Phillips Brooks, songs (US): Lewis H. Redner, songs (UK): traditional tune: "Forest Green" (a.k.a. "The Ploughboy's Dream")
Of the Father's Love Begotten; ("Of the Father's Heart Begotten") music: tune from Piae Cantiones
Once In Royal David's City words: Cecil Frances Humphreys Alexander, song: Henry John Gauntlett, (Irby)
Past Three A Clock< English traditional, with verses written by George Ratcliffe Woodward
Rocking Carol; ("Jesu, Jesu, Baby Dear" or "Little Jesus, Sweetly Sleep") English translation of Czech traditional carol "Hajej, nynej, Ježíšku"
Sans Day Carol Cornish traditional
See, Amid The Winter's Snow words: Edward Caswall, music: John Goss
The Seven Joys of Mary English traditional
Silent Night; ("Stille Nacht! heilige Nacht!") written by and Josef Mohr, best-known in the English translation by John Freeman Young
Star of the East written by Alfred Hans Zoller, translation by George Cooper in 1890, music by Amanda Kennedy in 1883
The Sussex Carol; ("On Christmas Night All Christians Sing") English traditional
Sweet Little Jesus Boy
The Twelve Days of Christmas; English traditional
A Virgin Unspotted; ("A Virgin Most Pure") English traditional
We Wish You A Merry Christmas English traditional
We Three Kings Of Orient Are; ("Three Kings of Orient") written by Rev. John Henry Hopkins
Wexford Carol; ("Good People All, This Christmastide") Irish traditional
What Child Is This song: traditional English song , words: William Chatterton Dix


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