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Lo How A Rose Eer Blooming Chords

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Traditional English Christmas Hymn by Theodore Baker 1894, from a traditional German hymn, Es ist ein Ros entsprungen. Was this info helpful? Yes No
Lo, How a Rose E’er Blooming chords
Theodore Baker 1894 (traditional German Hymn Es ist ein ros entsprungen)

Capo IV (for this choir rendition*)

D         G    D    A    Bm
Lo, how a rose e’er blooming,
G    D  Em  Bm   A    D
From tender stem hath sprung.
D          G   D   A  Bm
Of Jesse’s lineage coming,
G  D   Em Bm  A    D
As men of old have sung;
D  Em    F#m  D     E  A
It came, a    flow’ret bright,
D        G    D  A  Bm
Amid the cold of winter,
Em   D    Em    D   A   D
When half spent was the night.

D       G    D   A    Bm
Isaiah ’twas foretold it,
G   D    Em Bm   A  D
The Rose I  have in mind,
D         G  D A    Bm
With Mary we behold it,
G   D  Em  Bm  A  D
The virgin mother kind;
D  Em   F#m   D    E A
To show God’s love a right,
D           G  D A  Bm
She bore to us a Savior,
Em   D    Em    D   A   D
When half spent was the night.

D               G   D     A  Bm
O Flower, whose fragrance tender
G    D    Em   Bm    A   D
With sweetness fills the air,
D           G    D   A    Bm
Dispel with glorious splendor
G   D   Em   Bm  A D
The darkness every where;
D    Em   F#m D E  A
True man, yet very God,
D            G     D   A    D
From Sin and death now save us,
Em  D     Em  D  A  D
And share our every load.


*http://www.worldwidechristmas.com/songs/how-a-rose-blooming/


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