THE STAR CAROL
(Written by Wihla Hutson / Alfred S. Burt) (1954)
Long years ago on a deep winter night,
High in the heav'ns a star shone bright,
While in a manger a wee baby lay,
Sweetly asleep on a bed of hay.
Jesus, the Lord was that baby so small,
Laid down to sleep in a humble stall;
Then came the star and it stood overhead,
Shedding its light 'round His little bed.
Dear Baby Jesus how tiny Thou art,
I'll make a place for Thee in my heart.
And when the stars in the heavens I see,
Ever and always I think of Thee.