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In the Bleak Midwinter

United Methodist Hymnal, No. 221


Capo 3: D

Bm
Dm

ter,
him,
gels
him,

Bm
Dm

i
earth stood hard as
ron,
a - way
heaven and earth shall flee
cher - u - bim and ser - a - phim
shep - herd,
If
I were a
G
Bb

D7
F7

G
Bb

Bm
Dm

snow had fall - en, snow on


In the bleak mid - win but his moth - er
on if
I were a Wise
D
F

A7
C7

WORDS: Christina G. Rosssetti, 1872 (Lk. 2:8-14)


MUSIC: Gustav Holst, 1906

D
F

G
Bb

A
C

on
snow,
snow
sta - ble place suf - ficed
in her maid - en
bliss,
I would do my
part;
Em7
Gm7

in
the bleak mid - win - ter,
Lord
God Al - might - y,
wor - shiped the be - lov - ed
what
I
can
I
give
him:

wa - ter like
a stone;
when he comes to reign.
throng - ed
the air;
I would bring a lamb;

Bm
Dm

Em7
Gm7

snow,
ter
ly,
Man,

A7
C7

frost - y wind made moan,


earth sus - tain;
nor
may have gath - ered there,
as
I
poor
am?

D
F

Bm7 Em7
Dm7 Gm7

1.
the bleak mid - win In
2.Our God, heaven can - not hold
3.
An - gels and arch - an 4.
What
can I give
D
F

Em
Gm

A7
C7


long
Je
with
give

the
yet
D
F

a sus
a
my

go.
Christ.
kiss.
heart.
CRANHAM

The United Methodist General Board of Discipleship, Center for Worship Resourcing, PO Box 340003,
Nashville, Tennessee 37203-0003. Telephone (615) 340-7070; Website http://www.umcworship.org;
Email Address: WorshipCenter@gbod.org. This hymn is in the public domain.

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