Subsidiarity | All This Happened On Christmas Day (With 3 Part Harmony)

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All This Happened On Christmas Day (With 3 Part Harmony)

by Subsidiarity

Free-spirited and original independent rock music. Featuring Blues guitarist Tony Fazio. A Fetal Records revival band with members from former bands Law & Order, Bollocks, and Braver Noise.
Genre: Holiday: Spiritual
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Album Notes
This is an original contemporary Christmas carol. This version is with 3 part harmony.

Lyrics (first verse includes some text extracted from the 24th Rose in St. Louis de Montfort's book, The Secrets of the Rosary)

Verse 1
On this day
God got a mother
Wisdom is now as simple as a baby
God's might, a baby's weakness
All this happened on Christmas day

Chorus 1
Sleep, sleep
sleep, don't weep
in the sweetness of your mother's arms
Now we can say, God is one of us

Verse 2
There He lay in a throne of hay
God dressed in clothes
God with ten cold toes
Who could have known
that God lay here
All this happened on Christmas day

Chorus 2
Sleep, sleep
sleep, don't weep
in the sweetness of your mother's arms
Now we can say, God is here to stay

Interlude
Outside a cold wind is blowing
Outside the census is knocking
There are calls for a slaughter
Don't be afraid
He is one of us


Chords
Verse: G A7 D F#m
Chorus: Bm F#m D C#dim end: Em A7 G F#m A7 D
Interlude: B# Em7th F#7thSus E end: G A7 G F#m A7 D

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