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Softly The Night Is Sleeping

Author: Edward Abiel Washburn Hymnal: The Cyber Hymnal #9045 Refrain First Line: Glory to God! Glory to God! Lyrics: 1 Softly the night is sleeping On Bethlehem’s peaceful hill; Silent the shepherds watching, The gentle flocks are still. But hark! the wondrous music Falls from the op’ning sky; Valley and cliff reecho, Glory to God on high! Refrain: Glory to God! Glory to God! Glory to God! it rings again, Peace on the earth! good will to men! 2 Day in the east is breaking; Day o’er the crimsoned earth; Now the glad world is waking, Glad in the Savior’s birth! See where the clear star blendeth Over the manger blest; See where the infant Jesus Smiles upon Mary’s breast! [Refrain] 3 Come with the gladsome shepherds, Quick hastening from the fold; Come with the wise men, pouring Incense and myrrh and gold. Come to Him, poor and lowly, Around the cradle throng; Come with your hearts of sunshine, And sing the angels’ song. [Refrain] 4 Weave ye the wreaths unfading, The fir tree and the pine; Green from the snows of winter, To deck the holy shrine; Bring ye the happy children! For this is Christmas morn; Jesus, the sinless infant, Jesus, the Lord, is born. [Refrain] Languages: English Tune Title: [Softly the night is sleeping]
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Softly the night is sleeping

Hymnal: Alleluia #31 (1916) Topics: Christ Nativity of Languages: English Tune Title: [Softly the night is sleeping]
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Softly the Night Is Sleeping

Author: Edward Abiel Washburne Hymnal: Moravian Book of Worship #284 (1995) Meter: 7.6.7.6 D with refrain Refrain First Line: Glory to God! Lyrics: 1 Softly the night is sleeping on Bethlehem's peaceful hill; silent the shepherds watching, the gentle flocks are still. But hark! The wondrous music falls from the op'ning sky; valley and cliff re-echo, "Glory to God on high!" Refrain: Glory to God! Glory to God! Glory to God! It rings again; peace on the earth! Goodwill to men! 2 Day in the east is breaking; day o'er the crimsoned earth; now the glad world is waking, glad in the Savior's birth! See where the clear star bendeth over the manger blessed; see where the infant Jesus smiles upon Mary's breast! [Refrain] 3 Come with the gladsome shepherds, quick hast'ning from the fold; come with the wise men, pouring incense and myrrh and gold. Come to him, poor and lowly, around the cradle throne, come with your hearts of sunshine, and sing the angels' song. [Refrain] Topics: Christmas ; Christian year--Christmas Scripture: Matthew 1:23 Languages: English Tune Title: WARNER
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Softly the Night Is Sleeping

Author: Edward Abiel Washburne, 1819-1881 Hymnal: Hymnal and Liturgies of the Moravian Church #70 (1969) Topics: The Church Year Christmas Languages: English Tune Title: WARNER
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Glory to God it rings again

Hymnal: Carols Old and Carols New #165 (1916) First Line: Softly the night is sleeping Topics: Christmas Languages: English Tune Title: [Softly the night is sleeping]
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Glory to God! it rings again

Hymnal: Carols Old and Carols New #396 (1916) First Line: Softly the night is sleeping on Bethl'hem's peaceful hill Topics: Christmas Languages: English Tune Title: [Softly the night is sleeping on Bethl'hem's peaceful hill]

Softly the night is sleeping [falling] on

Author: Edward A. Washburne Hymnal: Christian Hymnal #d430 (1924) Languages: English

On Bethlehem's peaceful hill

Author: Edward A. Washburne Hymnal: Gloria in Excelsis #d10 (1914) First Line: Softly the night is sleeping [falling] on Refrain First Line: Glory to God Languages: English
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Glory to God

Author: Edward A. Washburne Hymnal: Hymns and Offices of Worship #41 (1866) First Line: Softly the night is sleeping [falling] on Languages: English
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Glory to God!--we hear again

Author: Washburne Hymnal: Offices of Worship and Hymns #41 (1883) First Line: Softly the night is sleeping

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