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The 12 Songs Of Christmas

The WFM Collection  •  Album

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Here are 12 Christmas songs guaranteed to bring joy and inspiration to your Holiday Season. Each performed by one of our favorite Watchfire Music Artists with loving care and in the spirit of this special time of year. They represent all the fine artists in our Holiday genre and there’s so much more there awaiting your listening ears and inquisitive minds. The songs also cover various styles from classical to pop and the birth of Jesus to ol’ St. Nick. A CD certainly for the whole family!

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The Innkeeper’s Wife

Music and Lyrics by Don Sebesky

‘Twas on a cold midwinter night a knock came at the door 

A man and wife who far from home

For shelter did implore

The man concerned, the woman calm 

Her face serene and mild 

And as I looked into her eyes

I saw she was with child

Oh, how my heart did weep to see them in their plight

On that cold midwinter night

But there was no room, no room, no room anywhere

In all of Bethlehem that night

There was no room left to spare 

Except for the stable, the stable

Was the best that we could do

They thanked us saying good friends

May all God’s blessings come to you
May his blessings come to you

All through the dark and lonely hours

I tried in vain to sleep

My thoughts were with the man and maid

And the vigil they did keep 

As I looked out I saw a single star up in the sky 

And as the dawn began to break, I heard a baby cry

Oh, how my heart rejoiced
At the sound so clear and bright 

On that cold midwinter night

I quickly hastened from my bed to see that all was well 

There were shepherds gathering in the fields

And on their knees they fell 

At the wonders they beheld

For there were angels, angels, angels hovering on high

Singing sweetly to the babe who on the straw did lie 

And I saw three kings, three kings, all on bended knee 

And as they gave their precious gifts
I moved closer to see

And the baby smiled at me

And there was no room, no room,
I swear by stars above 

There was no room left within my heart

For anything, not anything but love

Christmas In My Soul
Music and Lyrics
by
Peter Link

It looks as though
There won’t be snow on Christmas
And the holly and the mistletoe
Were sold out long ago
The midtown rush was just a little too much
And this year santa and his reindeer
Never left the pole

Suddenly it just don’t seem like Christmas
Suddenly it don’t seem so natural

Looking for Christmas
Looking for Christmas
Looking for Christmas
Trying to find a little Christmas in my soul
Takin’ my time
Trying to find a little Christmas in my soul

But somehow a church bell caught my ear
Somehow a little child caught my eye
Somehow an old man playing on his trumpet
Stopped that drummer in me
With a ty- rie -die-dee-i
Rie -die-dee-i
Rie -die-dee-i-i-i-i

And suddenly it all seemed very simple
And suddenly it all seemed so natural

Looking for Christmas
Looking for Christmas
Looking for Christmas
Trying to find a little Christmas in my soul

Somehow the whole affair almost slipped on by
I nearly lost the childhood dream
I plumb forgot the reason why
And all my Christmas longings
Were simply left behind
As I went running through the wrappings
And the ribbons and the rhyme
And rollin’ through december
Like a man against time

Looking for Christmas
Looking for Christmas
Looking for Christmas
Trying to find a little Christmas in my soul
Takin’ my time
Trying to find a little Christmas in my soul
Takin’ my time
Trying to find a little Christmas in my soul