ONCE IN ROYAL DAVID'S CITY

Available worship resources for Once In Royal David's City include: chord chart, multitrack, backing track, lyric video, and streaming. Written by Cecil Frances Alexander, 1848. Modern arrangement and recording by Nathan Drake, Reawaken Hymns. CCLI# 7197587

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Once In Royal David's City Chords

from "The Soul Felt Its Worth"

Intro C

C                      

Once in royal David's city, 

Stood a lowly cattle shed.

Where a mother laid her baby, 

In a manger for His bed.

F        C              Dm       C     

Mary was that mother mild, 

F         C                G       C

Jesus Christ, her little Child.

 

 

C                              F                  C            

He came down to earth from heaven, 

C           Am          G          C

Who is God and Lord of all,

G            C           F         C       

And His shelter was a stable, 

C             Am     G        C

And His cradle was a stall;

F              C               Dm            C      

With the poor and mean and lowly, 

F              C                G          C

Lived on earth our Savior holy.

C                      F                   C           
For He is our childhood's pattern, 
C          Am         G          C
Day by day, like us, He grew.
G           C       F                C            
He was little, weak, and helpless, 
C               Am              G          C
Tears and smiles, like us, He knew;
F            C          Dm        C            
And he feeleth for our sadness, 
F            C           G         C
And he shareth in our gladness.

 


C                          F               C            
And our eyes at last shall see Him, 
C                    Am       G             C
Through His own redeeming love.
G             C             F               C         
For that Child so dear and gentle, 
C        Am        G            C
Is our Lord in heaven above;
F            C              Dm         C  
And He leads His children on, 
F          C                    G        C
To the place where He is gone.