The Babe lying in a manger.@Luke 2:16

Alfred S. Hartzell, 1904 (🔊 pdf nwc). Appeared in Forms and Hymns for Christmas (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania: Heidelberg Press, 1906), number 3.

Sing glad hallelujahs to the Lord;
Burst forth with His praise with one accord;
Let joyful hosannas rise unto His throne;
Praise be to our infant Savior.
He came to redeem us on this day;
Our dutiful homage we would pay;
Most royal Messiah, Thee we would acclaim;
Praise be to our infant Savior.

Hail, blessèd Redeemer, Thee we praise,
And unto Thy name our songs we raise;
Thou only art worthy, Thou only art king;
Praise be to our infant Savior.
Low down in a manger Thou wast laid;
There three eastern kings their homage paid;
We also would worship prostrate at Thy feet;
Praise be to our infant Savior.

Thy manifold mercies, Lord, we sing,
For Thou art our prophet, priest and king;
Come now and reign o’er us, we’re loyal and true;
Praise be to our infant Savior.
All men shall acclaim Thee Prince of Peace:
Thy honor and praise shall never cease;
Accept our devotion, our song will e’er be:
Praise be to our infant Savior.