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Seemed appropriate to find some Cornish Carols

Cornish words courtesy of The Old Cornwall site St Day Card

Tune Cornish trad.

Now the holly bears a berry as white as the milk,
And Mary she bore Jesus all wrapped up in silk.

And Mary she bore Jesus, our saviour for to be,
And the first tree in the greenwood it was the holly
Holly, holly,
And the first tree in the greenwood it was the holly

Now the holly bears a berry as green as the grass,
And Mary she bore Jesus who died on the cross.

Now the holly bears a berry as black as the coal,
And Mary she bore Jesus who died for us all.

Now the holly bears a berry as blood it is red,
Then Mary bore Jesus who rose from the dead.

 

The Cornish Language Version

Me Grun war'n Gelynen, Ga lyu-y lethwyn
Ha Jesu o maylyes Yn dylias owrlyn
Ha Mam o an Maghteth, Marya Mam Dew,
Ha gwedhen an gwella, an gelynen yu
Kelyn, Kelyn,
Ha gwedhen an gwella an gelynen yu.

Ma grun war'n gelynen, 'ga lu yu gwelswer
Ha Jesu o crowsjs, Y vam yn awer

Ma grun war'n gelynan, ga lyu yu gosruth
Jesus 'gan Sylw'as; vernans mar druth.

Ma grun war'n gelynan, 'ga lyu yu glowdhu
Ha Jesus o marow; dredho nu a vew

 

 

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