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introduction - Loreena McKennitt
Traditional English (eighteenth century)
All hail to the days that more praise
Than all the rest of the year,
And welcome the nights that double delights
As for the poor as the peer!
Good fortune attend each merry man's friend
That doth but the best that he may,
Forgetting old wrongs carols and songs
To drive the cold winter away.
Tis ill for a mind to anger inclined
to of small injuries now,
If wrath be to seek, do not lend her your cheek
Nor let her inhabit thy brow.
Cross out thy books malevolent looks
Both beauty and youth's decay,
And wholly consort with mirth and sport
To drive the winter away.
This time of the year is spent in good cheer,
and neighbours together do meet,
to sit by the fire, friendly desire,
Each other in love to greet.
Old grudges forgot are put in the pot,
All sorrows aside lay;
The old and the young doth carol this song,
to drive the cold winter away.
When Christmas's tide comes in a bride,
With holly and ivy clad,
Twelve days in the year much mirth and good cheer
In every household had.
The country guise is then to devise
Some gambols of Christmas play,
Whereat the young men best that they can
To drive the cold winter away.


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