Good King Wenceslas
[Verse 1] G Em G D Good King Wenceslas looked out C G on the feast of Stephen G Em G D When the snow lay round about C G deep and crisp and even G G Em Brightly shone the moon that night C G though the frost was cruel G C Em D When a poor man came in sight G D Em C G gathering winter fu - el [Verse 2] G Em G D "Hither, page, and stand by me, C G If thou know'st it, telling, G Em G D Yonder peasant, who is he? C G Where and what his dwelling?" G G Em "Sire, he lives a good league hence, C G Underneath the mountain; G C Em D Right against the forest fence, G D Em C G By Saint Agnes' foun - tain." [Verse 3] G Em G D "Bring me flesh, and bring me wine, C G Bring me pine logs hither: G Em G D Thou and I will see him dine, C G When we bear them thither." G G Em Page and monarch, forth they went, C G Forth they went together; G C Em D Thro' the rude wind's wild lament G D Em C G And the bitter wea - ther. [Verse 4] G Em G D "Sire, the night is darker now, C G And the wind blows stronger; G Em G D Fails my heart, I know not how, C G I can go no longer." G G Em Mark my footsteps, good my page; C G Tread thou in them boldly: G C Em D Thou shalt find the winter's rage G D Em C G Freeze thy blood less cold - ly." [Verse 5] G Em G D In his master's steps he trod, C G Where the snow lay dinted; G Em G D Heat was in the very sod C G Which the saint had printed. G G Em Therefore, Christian men, be sure, C G Wealth or rank possessing, G C Em D Thou who now will bless the poor, G D Em C G Shall yourselves find bles - sing.
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