The Little Baby Jesus, and me

The wind is faintly calling around the old inn door
While out back in a stable a little child is born
The mother’s name is Mary, she smiles at what she sees
The little baby Jesus, and me

The cattle are a’lowing, a donkey softly brays
Some shepherds and some wise men were silent as they prayed
A star is brightly shining for everyone to see
The little baby Jesus, and me

For this is Christmas evening, it comes but once a year
Where all are drawn together to ones they hold most dear
And so alone this evening am I on bended knee
With little baby Jesus, for me

Each one of us a part of Him, a treasure to adorn
For He is the greatest gift of all men to be born
And so a Happy Yuletide wherever you may be
From little baby Jesus, and me