“The Star Carol”, Aaron Neville- Lyrics
Long years ago, on a deep winter night.
High in the heavens, a star shone bright.
While in the manger, a wee baby lay.
Sweetly asleep, on a bed of hay.
Jesus our Lord, was that baby so small.
Lay down to sleep, in a humble stall.
Then came the star, and it stood over head.
Shedding its light, ’round his little head.
Dear baby Jesus, how tiny thou art.
I’ll make a place, for thee in my heart.
And when the stars, in the heavens I see.
Ever and always, I’d think of thee…
Lyrical Diary-“The Star Carol”, Aaron Neville- Lyrics
“The Star Carol”, Aaron Neville- Lyrics. Writer(s): A. Burt, W. Hutson, album: “Aaron Neville’s Soulful Christmas” (1993)
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