We Wish You a Merry Christmas

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We Wish You a Merry Christmas

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We Wish You a Merry Christmas (Lyrics) – Love to Sing
We wish you a Merry Christmas
We wish you a Merry Christmas
We wish you a Merry Christmas
And a Happy New Year

Good tidings we bring
To you and your kin
We wish you a Merry Christmas
And a Happy New Year

Oh bring us some figgy pudding
Oh bring us some figgy pudding
Oh bring us some figgy pudding
And bring it right here

Good tidings we brin
To you and your kin
We wish you a Merry Christmas
And a Happy New Year

We won’t go until we get some
We won’t go until we get some
We won’t go until we get some
So bring it right here

Good tidings we bring
To you and your kin
We wish you a Merry Christmas
And a Happy New Year

Oh bring us some figgy pudding
Oh bring us some figgy pudding
Oh bring us some figgy pudding
And bring it right here

Good tidings we bring
To you and your kin
We wish you a Merry Christmas
And a Happy New Year

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We wish you a Merry Christmas
We wish you a Merry Christmas
We wish you a Merry Christmas
And a Happy New Year

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“We Wish You a Merry Christmas” is a traditional English Christmas carol, listed as numbers 230 and 9681 in the Roud Folk Song Index. The famous version of the carol is from the English West Country.

The Bristol-based composer, conductor and organist Arthur Warrell (1883-1939)[1] is responsible for the popularity of the carol. Warrell, a lecturer at the University of Bristol from 1909,[2] arranged the tune for his own University of Bristol Madrigal Singers as an elaborate four-part arrangement, which he performed with them in concert on December 6, 1935.[3] His composition was published by Oxford University Press the same year under the title “A Merry Christmas: West Country traditional song”.

Warrell’s arrangement is notable for using “I” instead of “we” in the words; the first line is “I wish you a Merry Christmas”. It was subsequently republished in the collection Carols for Choirs (1961), and remains widely performed.

The popular version begins as follows:

We wish you a merry Christmas
We wish you a merry Christmas
We wish you a merry Christmas and a happy new year
Good tidings we bring to you and your kin
We wish you a merry Christmas and a happy new year

Many traditional versions of the song have been recorded, some of which replace the last line with “Good tidings for Christmas and a happy new year”. In 1971, Roy Palmer recorded Dunn of Quarry Bank, Staffordshire singing a version close to the famous one, which had a familiar version of the chorus, but used the song “Christmas is Coming” as the ; this recording can be heard on the Vaughan Williams Memorial Library website. Amy Ford of Low Ham, Somerset sang a version called “The Singers Make Bold” to Bob and Jacqueline Patten in 1973 which again used a similar chorus to the famous version and can be heard via the British Library Sound Archive. There are several supposedly traditional recordings which follow the famous version exactly, but these are almost certainly derived from Arthur Warrell’s arrangement.

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