Episode: Go Tell It On The Mountain


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Go Tell It On The Mountain
Go tell it on the mountain 
Over the hills and far away 
Go tell it on the mountain 
That Jesus Christ is born 

The shepherds all were watching 
Over their sheep at night 
When a guiding star shone from heaven 
And the followed that holy light 

Got tell it on the mountain 
Over the hills and everywhere 
Go tell it on the mountain 
That Jesus Christ is born 
They found a lovely manger 
Where the humble Christ was born 
And God sent out salvation 
On that blessed Christmas morn 

Go tell it on the mountain 
Over the hills and everywhere 
Go tell it on the mountain 
That Jesus Christ is born 

He brought with Him forgiveness 
He live to show us the way 
He came to redeem all creation 
And to wash all our sins away 

Go tell it on the mountain 
Over the hills and everywhere 
Go tell it on the mountain 
That Jesus Christ is born
COPY FREELY ©2011 Shiloh Worship Music-This Music Recording is copyrighted to prevent misuse, however,permission is granted for non-commercial copying only.Traditional Christmas Hymn-Public Domain
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