From Out Of A Wood Did A Cuckoo Fly

Melody -

From the Czech - trans. P. Dearmer, 1867-1936

1. From out of a wood did a cuckoo fly,
He came to a manger with joyful cry,
He hopped, he curtsied, round he flew,
And loud his jubilation grew,
Cuckoo, cuckoo, cuckoo.
  2. A pigeon flew over to Galilee,
He strutted, and cooed, and was full of glee,
And showed with jewelled wings unfurled,
His joy that Christ was in the world,
Vrercroo, vrercroo, vrercroo.

3. A dove settled down upon Nazareth,
And tenderly chanted with all his breath,
'O you,' he cooed, 'so good and true,
My beauty do I give to you
Tsucroo, Tsucroo, Tsucroo.'

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