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Every Christmas Morn

The Solo Committee  •  Album

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Every Christmas Morn is an album full of new songs written for Christmas, and a new setting of Mary Baker Eddy’s ‘Christmas Morn’, interspersed with instrumentals of favorite traditional carols. Old songs are woven with new to uplift and inspire. We hope you will love the great variety and fresh inspiration

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Christmas Joy
Words by Carey and Sue Loomis
Music by Carey Loomis

Verse 1
When days are too short and the nights are too cold
Crowds are too thick and the ads are too bold,
Remember the manger, the star and the gold.

Chorus
Let this Christmas fill you with joy,
For love and peace, all those are Thine.
You have today all that you need.
Bring us together and bring in the Christ.

Verse 2
Light candles of welcome, with warm hearts enfold.
Hang circles of evergreen for all to behold.
Remember the manger, the star and the gold.

Chorus

Verse 3
Gather your family and friends of your soul.
Sing songs of joy that are never too old.
Remember the manger, the star and the gold.

Chorus

My Soul Doth Magnify the Lord

Words and music by Susan Mack
Arranged by The Solo Committee

The angel Gabriel was sent from God
To the city Nazareth,
To a virgin espoused to Joseph.
Mary was her name; Mary was her name.

Chorus
My soul doth magnify the Lord
And rejoiceth in God.
God is mighty and hath done great things.
Holy is His name; Holy is His name.

The angel came to Mary and said,
Hail! Thou art highly favored.
The Lord is with thee. Thou shalt bear a son.
Jesus shall be his name; Jesus shall be his name.

Mary asked the angel then,
How shall this be? I know no man.
The Holy Ghost shall come, he said,
And reveal the Christ; reveal the Christ.

The holy thing that is born of thee
Shall be called the Son of God.
Of his kingdom there shall be no end.
He shall reign forevermore.

Every Christmas Morn

Words and music by Susan Mack
Arranged by The Solo Committee

Shepherds keeping watch by night,
In solitude you see the light,
The light of one lone shining star,
The one so brave that gleams afar.

Chorus
Let it lead you all the way
To see the babe this Christmas day;
The babe of hope that’s newly born
On this and every Christmas morn.

Across a night of darkness go
But do not wander to and fro.
Give your whole attention there,
Undeterred by earthly care.

Bridge
And when you find the precious child
Fall on bended knee awhile.
Worship, honor and implore
This babe of healing you adore.

This is the work of shepherds all,
To watch and listen for the call
That comes as light in darkest gloom
And brings our deepest prayers to bloom.

Final Chorus
Let it lead you all the way
To see the babe this Christmas day;
The babe of hope that’s newly born
On this, on this and every Christmas morn.
Let it lead you every Christmas morn.

To the Babe

Words by Sue Loomis
Music by Carey Loomis

Wise men and camels traveled far
Guided by an awesome star.
Faithful wise men, now, today,
Show us how to find our way to the babe.

Chorus
Wait! Watch! Open hearted
Faithful, once you’re started.
Love still shines today,
Showing us the way to the babe.

Wise men watched the stars for signs
Of a king they went to find.
We watch news. We search online
But never see conclusive signs……

Wise men toiled on, unafraid,
And found the baby, sweetly laid.
They freely gave inspired wealth
I can give myself to the babe.

Bridge
Trusting the star that guides me
I find the babe beside me.
Mother Love will show me
Christ, who’s always loved and known me.

Wise men saved – warned by dreams,
They avoided Herod’s schemes.
Listen; don’t be led astray.
Go with angels all the way to the babe.

Wait! Watch! Open hearted
Faithful, once you’re started.
Love still shines today,
Showing us the way to the babe.

Christmas Morn

Words: Mary Baker Eddy from Poems, p. 29
Music: “Cranham” by Gustav Holst and “St. Louis” by Lewis H. Redner,
arr. by Susan I. Lindquist

Blest Christmas morn, though
murky clouds
Pursue thy way,
Thy light was born where storm
enshrouds
Nor dawn nor day!

Dear Christ, forever here and near,
No cradle song,
No natal hour and mother’s tear,
To thee belong.

Thou God-idea, Life-encrowned,
The Bethlehem babe —
Beloved, replete, by flesh embound —
Was but thy shade!

Thou gentle beam of living Love,
And deathless Life!
Truth infinite, — so far above
All mortal strife,

Or cruel creed, or earth-born taint:
Fill us today
With all thou art — be thou our saint,
Our stay, alway.

Music: Public Domain Hymns
This arrangement: © 2012 SLVivace
Words by Mary Baker Eddy from the Christian Science Hymnal, used courtesy of The Mary Baker Eddy Collection

Unto Us

Words by Carey and Sue Loomis
Music by Carey Loomis

Chorus
Unto us a child is born!
Unto us a son is given!
He’ll be called Emanuel –
God is with us; God with us.

Light of Love, oh bless us all!
Baby Jesus, in a manger stall;
Born of Mary, pure of thought,
Innocence by all men sought.

Christ the King, by prophets long foretold,
Wise men brought him frankincense and gold.
Through his Soul inspired healing ministry,
He taught the Truth that makes men free.

Crucified by fear and guilt and sin,
Rising still, the Christly sense within,
Overcoming worldly hate and strife,
Showing forth the kingdom of eternal Life.

Bridge
For the seekers everywhere,
For the gentile, Jew and Greek,
For disciples through all time,

This Babe That We Cherish

Words and music by Sara T Rockabrand

This babe born of Mary,
Sent from heaven above;
This babe that we cherish,
God’s own son beloved.
To him we bring our tribute,
Our carols and our art;
What more can I give him?
Give him my heart.

Life and Love appearing
In the perfect man;
God’s great gift revealing
His eternal plan;
This babe of Christian healing,
We cherish and adore.
Come, Christians, join in singing,
Praise forever more.

This babe that we cherish

Lo!
Words by Sue Loomis
Music by Carey Loomis

Arranged by The Solo Committee

Chorus
Lo! His Word that healed me.
Lo! That Word is here.
Lo! His healing message
Speaking gently in my ear.

Verse 1
Truth divine, overcoming
All the ills that seem to be,
In my heart your word is staying.
I will know you and be free.

Chorus

Verse 2
Love divine, never failing,
All your presence and your power,
Mighty still, you save and heal me,
Guarding, guiding, every hour.
Chorus

Verse 3
Life divine, still proclaiming
My true being one with you,
Sinless, fearless, whole, rejoicing,
Now forever one with you.

Chorus (2)

Keep A Little Chapel In Your Heart
Words by Dee Miller
Music by Peter Hodgson
Arranged by The Solo Committee

Verse 1
Keep a little chapel in your heart,
where you may go and pray.
Cares and fears will fade away,
and youʼll feel close to God.

Verse 2
Keep a little chapel in your heart,
a safe and sacred place,
where only love can enter in,
this haven of peace and grace.

Chorus

Bridge
A chapel heart of love,
where you can watch and pray,
a quiet, secret place.
A chapel in your heart,
a chapel in your heart.

Good News!

Words and music by Susan Mack
Arranged by The Solo Committee

Chorus
Good News! Good News!
God reigns on earth as in heaven.
Good News! Good News!
The unspeakable gift is given.

How beautiful upon the mountains
Are the feet of them that publish peace,
That bring good tidings of salvation,
Christ’s kingdom shall never cease.

Unto us a child is born
To us a son is given.
The government shall be upon his shoulder.
Earth’s kingdom become those of heaven.

The people that walked in darkness,
Have seen a great and wondrous light.
The glory of the Lord shall be revealed,
And all together see His might.

Bridge
Every valley shall be exalted,
Every mountain and hill made low,
The crooked made straight and the rough places plain;
It is written in our hearts so we all know.

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