Heavenly Hosts

Album: A Drummer Boy Christmas (2020)
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  • My world's standing still
    On this moonlit hill, alone
    The stars fill my eyes
    A strange and beautiful sight, ohhh
    Then voices singing in the sky
    Calling through the silent night
    Bring me to my knees

    Heavenly hosts cry glory glory
    For the Lord is with us
    Let all the earth shout worthy worthy
    Love has come to save us
    Holy Holy Holy
    Holy Holy Holy

    How could this little Child
    So humble, meek and mild
    Come and save me
    And mend my heart and soul
    The angels seem to know
    Hear them singing on and on yeah

    Heavenly hosts cry glory glory
    For the Lord is with us
    Let all the earth shout worthy worthy
    Love has come to save us
    Holy Holy Holy
    Holy Holy Holy
    Holy Holy Holy
    Love has come to save us

    Allelu... alleluia
    Allelu... alleluia
    Allelu... alleluia
    Allelu... alleluia

    Heavenly hosts cry glory glory
    For the Lord is with us
    Let all the earth shout worthy worthy
    Love had come to save us
    Holy Holy Holy
    Holy Holy Holy
    Holy Holy Holy
    Love has come to save me

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