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Masters in This Hall                      Masters in This Hall - MP3
(The Wanderer has come in)          Masters in This Hall
- Sheet Music

Tune: Traditional French, The Oxford Book of Carols No.137

Verse 1
Masters in this Hall, hear the news today,
From Idises most ancient, heed them well, I do pray.

Chorus
Masters in this Hall, open wide your door,
Hear His footsteps now approaching,
Heed His voice, we do implore.
Masters in this hall, open up your eyes,
Now the Wanderer stands before you,
Kinfolk of this hall, arise!

Verse 2
Masters in this Hall, hear what we do say,
The Wanderer has come in and he is here to stay.

Chorus
The Wanderer has come in and no-one should be sad,
Blot with us, with joy, with laughter,
Hail the All-Father, be glad.
The Wanderer has come in where all kin make good cheer,
Be he seated by the fire,
Give him mead and welcome here!

Verse 3
Masters in this Hall, hear what we do say
The Wanderer comes amongst you and he is here to stay.

Adapted by Anna Stockinger 2007

This work by Anna Stockinger is licensed
under a Creative Commons Attribution-NoDerivatives License.

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