Unto you is born this day in the city of David a Savior, which is Christ the Lord.@Luke 2:11

A. H. Brown (Arthur H. Brown?), in Carols Old and Carols New, by Charles L. Hutchins (Boston, Massachusetts: Parish Choir, 1916), number 246 (🔊 pdf nwc).

A little child is born tonight,
And He shall lead His own,
To endless day, to glory bright,
To lands of everlasting light,
And to our Father’s throne.
A little child is born tonight,
And in the starry sky,
To Him the angels carols bring:
Good will and peace to men, they sing,
Glory to God on high,
Glory to God on high.

A little child is born tonight,
And shepherds haste to see
Their God and king in infant form,
And worship with their true hearts warm,
The Christ on bended knee.
A little child is born tonight,
And wise men from afar
Follow afresh that wondrous light,
That gloweth in the heav’nly height,
The Savior’s morning star,
The Savior’s morning star.

A little child is born tonight,
To hearts for long years lone,
To Anna, widow, Simeon, sage
Their Star of childhood, joy of age,
For evermore their own.
A little child is born tonight,
O come ye, one and all,
And hail in faith, and hope, and love,
The Child who left His throne above,
To lie in yonder stall,
To lie in yonder stall.