X:1 T:O Come, O Come Emmanuel C:9th Century Latin - Adapted by Thomas Helmore (1854) C:Arranged for NAF by Julia Gatliff M:4/4 L:1/4 K:E B | =d f f f | e =g f e | =d3 e | f =d B d | e c B A | B3 e | e B B c | =d2 c B | A3 =d | e f f f | e =g f e | =d3 a | a3 f | f3 f | e =g f e | =d3 e | f =d B d | e c B A | B4-|B3 |] W: W:1) O come, O come, Emmanuel, W:And ransom captive Israel, W:That mourns in lonely exile here, W:Until the Son of God appear. W:Rejoice! Rejoice! Emmanuel W:Shall come to thee, O Israel. W: W:2) O come, Thou Dayspring, come and cheer W:Our sprits by Thine avent here; W:Disperse the gloomy clouds of night, W:And death's dark shadows put to flight. W:Rejoice, rejoice, Emmmanuel; W:Shall come to Thee, O Israel. W: W:3) O come, Thou Key of David, come, W:And open wide our heav'nly home; W:Make safe the way that leads on high, W:And close the path to misery. W:Rejoice, rejoice, Emmmanuel; W:Shall come to Thee, O Israel.