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A is for Angels with halos so bright whose carols were heard on that first Christmas night.
B is for Baby, the Christ child so dear, we celebrate Christmas, His birthday, each year.
C is for Candles that so brightly shine to give a warm welcome to your friends and mine.
D is for Doorways with garlands of green, to make Christmas merry as far as they’re seen.
E is for Evergreen garlands galore, we hang at our windows, fireplace, and doors.
F is for Fun the whole season long, from trimming the tree to singing a song.
G is for Gospels of Matthew and Luke which tell of Christ’s birthday in the Good Book.
H is for Holly with berries of red, to make into wreaths to hang overhead.
I is for Ice on snow-covered hills where sledding is fun as well as the spills.
J is for Jingle Bells merrily ringing, to the whole world joy they are bringing.
K is for Kris Kringle as merrily he stands. That’s what they call Santa in some other lands.
L is for Lambs so wooly and white, who got to see Jesus that first Christmas Night.
M is for Mother Mary, her heart full of love for the new baby Jesus sent from above.
N is for Noel the angles did sing to herald the birth of Jesus the King.
O is for Ornaments so shining and bright with lights on the tree, they twinkle at night.
P is for Packages, presents so gay, to give to our friends at home and away.
Q is for Quiet Christmas Even Night, soft snow covered hills under silver moonlight.
R is for Reindeer pulling Santa’s sleigh, spreading Santa’s magic all along the way.
S is for Shepherds who first saw the star over Bethlehem’s manger and followed from afar.
T is for Trees with ornaments pretty, lighting the dark night throughout the whole city.
U is for Unselfish Love shown to the Universe by God above.
V is for Voices raised in Christmas song. May they bring harmony all the year long.
W is for Wise Men who gave gifts of gold to worship the babe in those days of old.
X is for Xmas, a short way to spell it, we prefer to say Christmas whenever we tell it.
Y is for Yuletide a merry time of year, when everyone is happy and full of good cheer.
Z is for Zero. That’s cold you know. But Santa lives far north where polar winds blow.
Here is the ABC’s that my grandparents used. When my grandparents made me the album (in 1985) - they cut out pictures from
Christmas cards that they received that pertained to the ABCs.
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