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  • Arasida says:
    Away In A Manger Kim Walker-Smith (When Christmas Comes) Download sheet music for Away In A Manger by Kim Walker-Smith, from the album When Christmas Comes. Arranged by Dave Iula/Dan Galbraith in the key of D, Eb. Products for this song include chord .
  • Grotaxe says:
    Away in a Manger Away in a Manger (Flow Gently, Sweet Afton) arr. Ruth Elaine Schram - BriLee Music Publishing This tender, soothing setting of the Flow Gently, Sweet Afton melody has the words of Away in a Manger with the words of the folk song as subtext.
  • Julabar says:
    Away In A Manger (Peace Peace) Essential Worship (Worship With Christmas) Download sheet music for Away In A Manger (Peace Peace) by Essential Worship, from the album Worship With Christmas. Arranged by Jeff Moore/Jared Haschek in the key of F, E. Products for this song include chord charts, lead sheets, and the orchestration.
  • Shaktirn says:
    "Away in a Manger" is a Christmas carol first published in the late nineteenth century and used widely throughout the English-speaking world. In Britain, it is one of the most popular carols; a Gallup Poll ranked it joint second. Although it was long claimed to be the work of German religious reformer Martin Luther, the carol is now thought to be wholly American in origin.
  • Ter says:
    Buy Away in a Manger arr. Jim Mahaffey at tiotextegushecu.kascewrcompefacapenhaulelagaras.infoinfo Jazz Sheet Music. Lyrical, accessible and lush, this ballad treatment of the Christmas clas JG:Away in a Manger .
  • Magal says:
    Away in a manger, no crib for the bed, The little Lord Jesus laid down his sweet head. The stars in the sky looked down where he lay, The little Lord Jesus asleep in the hay. The cattle are lowing, the poor baby wakes, But little Lord Jesus no crying he makes. I love thee, Lord Jesus! Look down from the sky, And stay by my cradle 'til morning.
  • Tok says:
    Lyrics to 'Away In A Manger' by Christmas Carols: Away in a manger no crib for a bed The little lord jesus laid down his sweet head The stars in the bright sky looked down where he lay The little lord jesus asleep on the hay.
  • Shajar says:
    Stulken, p. , mentions an article by Richard S. Hill, "Not so far away in a manger: Forty-one settings of an American Carol," which notes that the only German version seems to have originated in America in the s -- but that the Pennsylvania Dutch, who were largely Lutheran, may have had a .

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