Good King Wenceslas
Good King Wenceslas:TheIrish Rovers. Album - Songs Of Christmas - 1999. #1. G D G C D G Good King Wen..ces..las looked out, on the Feast of Stephen. D G C D G When the snow lay round about, deep and crisp and even. D G C D G Brightly shone the moon that night, though the frost was cru..el. D Em D C D Em C G When a poor man came in sight, gathering winter fu.u.el. #2. G D G C D G 'Hither, Page, and stand by me, if thou know'st it, telling. D G C D G Yonder peas..ant, who is he?..Where and what his dwelling?' D G C D G 'Sire, he lives a good league hence, underneath the mountain. D Em D C D Em C G Right against the forest fence, by Saint Agnes' Foun.ou.tain.' #3. G D G C D G 'Bring me meat and bring me wine, bring me pine logs, hither. D G C D G Thou and I shall see him dine, when we bear him thither.' D G C D G Page and Monarch forth they went, forth they went, together. D Em D C D Em C G Through the rude wind's wild lament, and the bitter we..a..ther. #4. G D G C D G 'Sire, the night is darker now, and the wind blows stronger. D G C D G Fails my heart, I know not how, I can go no longer.' D G C D G 'Mark my footsteps, my good Page, tread thou in them, boldly. D Em D C D Em C G Thou shalt find the winter's rage, freeze thy blood less co..ld..ly.' (INTERLUDE:FLUTE:) #5. G D G C D G In his master's steps he trod, where the snow lay dinted. D G C D G Heat was in the very sod, which the Saint had printed. D G C D G Therefore, Christian men, be sure, wealth or rank poss..essing. D Em D C D Em C G Ye who now will bless the poor, shall yourselves find ble..ss..ing. A Christmas carol from Kraziekhat.