The Wise men from the East

Tuesday 24th November | 1 comment
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The children are working really hard on practising this tricky song. They sing the words to the well known tune of ‘The Grand Old Duke of York. Please can you help your child practise this song at home.

Thank you.

The Wise Men from the East

Oh the wise men from the east,
They saw a bright new star,
They followed it up to the top of the hill,
And they followed it down again.
And when they were up they were up,
And when they were down they were down,
And when they were only half way up,
They were neither up nor down.

Oh the wise men from the east,
They saw a bright new star,
They followed it to Bethlehem,
They had to travel far.
The first wise man brought gold,
The second he brought myrrh,
The third wise man brought frankincense,
For the King in the stable bare.

In case you have forgotten the tune the instrumental version is below!

One response to “The Wise men from the East”

  1. sandhya says:

    Aayush has been trying to sing this song at home this is one off his favourite rhymes

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