There are some new words to "Hush! There's a Baby..."! Loads of people love the song, but some would rather not say "shut" and "up" in the same breath, so there are new words so that you don't have to! HOORAY!
"There's a danger - that we'll wake this sleepy boy, he's such good news we jump with joy!" is the new couplet. I hope you like it, and that you can use it. In particular, it preserves the whole meaning of the song, which is that on the one hand you want to be quiet, because here's a sleeping baby, but on the other hand you want to jump around and make loads of noise because he's so brilliant. So brilliant that you just can't
shut up! Oops!
"Glory to God in the Highest" - a new Children's song that takes you through the Christmas story in a fun folky style. Mary, Joseph, the Angels, the Shepherds and the Wise Men - they're all there in this Carol that'll help you to praise God for the brilliant thing he's done in bringing our Lord Jesus to us.
You can: Listen on the jukebox :: Watch the video on YouTube :: Download the PDF Sheet Music (with guitar chords) for free (licence restrictions apply :: Get the MP3 downloads from the store
Hope you enjoy it!
Christmas time is getting closer, and you might be making plans. Well, you've come to the right place! Home of "Hush, there's a baby" and many other great songs. For some inspiration, click here for the Christmas songs on the jukebox, and click here for the Christmas section in the download / CD store.
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