Solstice Night

(by SJ Tucker)

Counterpoint lyrics
(inspired by “Shalom to You” by Carlton Raymond Young & Elise S. Eslinger)

Now comes the Solstice Night
I wish you safe and sound
whether snow be light
or heavy on the ground.

Our hearts bring back the light
as all the earth must do.
May stars fill up our sight
with wishes coming true.

My wish this Solstice Night
is grace and peace to you.

Now comes the time of year
when shadow yields the throne,
the lords of Oak and Holly,
the dance that must be done.

Keep faith and keep your candle.
The sun is sure to rise
o’er the sleepy fields of winter,
bringing beauty to our eyes.

Shalom to you now
Shalom, my friend
May bliss and beauty
bless you, my friend
Through all your living
and through your loving,
winter hearth and home
(holy is in the eye of the beholder)
be your own Shalom.

Upon this Solstice Night,
I wish you safe and sound
whether snow be light
or heavy on the ground.

Our hearts bring back the light
as all the world must do.
May stars fill up our sight
with wishes coming true.

My wish this Solstice Night
(this solstice night)
is grace and peace to you.
(grace and peace to you)

My wish this Solstice Night
is grace and peace to you.

(grace and peace to you)
(grace and peace to you)
(grace and peace to you)

LISTEN

 

NOTES

Big Lyrics for simpler arrangement for Winter Solstice Sermon:

Solstice Night SJ Tucker (Big lyrics)

Practice Video

 

 

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