Words: Tra­di­tion­al carol in Spiewni­czek Pies­ni Ko­sciel­ne, 1908; trans­lat­ed from Po­lish to Eng­lish by , 1921.

Music: W Zlo­bie Le­zy, Po­lish car­ol; ar­ranged by Edith M. Reed.

Infant holy, Infant lowly, for His bed a cattle stall;
Oxen lowing, little knowing, Christ the Babe is Lord of all.
Swift are winging angels singing, noels ringing, tidings bringing:
Christ the Babe is Lord of all.

Flocks were sleeping, shepherds keeping vigil till the morning new
Saw the glory, heard the story, tidings of a Gospel true.
Thus rejoicing, free from sorrow, praises voicing, greet the morrow:
Christ the Babe was born for you.

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