New Christmas Musicals

The Inn Crowd by Lee and Susan Dengler

Christmas Musicals for Church

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& b b b 8 6 4 Tenderly (q. = ca. 50) & b b b œ j œ œ j œ Star of won der, P a tempo 5 ALL œ j œ . œ star so bright, œ j œ œ J œ fill ing all the œ n j œ . œ world with light, - - 31 44685 STAR OF WONDER Music by LEE DENGLER (ASCAP) Incorporating tune: KINGS OF ORIENT by JOHN HENRY HOPKINS, JR. (1820–1891) © 2015 ALFRED MUSIC All Rights Reserved. Printed in USA. The publisher hereby grants non-transferable permission to reprint this vocal part for rehearsal and performance. The music must be reproduced with the title and all credits including the copyright notice. Words by SUSAN NAUS DENGLER (ASCAP) GUEST 1: GUEST 2: GUEST 1: GUEST 2: GUEST 3: GUEST 4: GUEST 5: INNKEEPER: CHILD: INNKEEPER: CHILD: INNKEEPER: GUEST 3: INNKEEPER: GUEST 4: CHILD: I can't believe the government made us come all this way. After all, we are part of a royal family. We should be treated better than this. Maybe someday we won't have to leave home to pay our taxes. Well, that will never happen! [To Innkeeper] Excuse me, sir. I'm allergic to goose feathers. I MUST have a different pillow. Speaking of pillows, what happened to the pomegranate that was supposed to be on every pillow? I didn't get one! This inn sure is crowded! Tell me about it! We don't have room for one more guest. Wow! That's a lot of people! So many people have had to travel to Bethlehem to pay their tax because they are part of King David's family. Wow! That's a big family! [to the Child] Even an inn like mine is full tonight. And you only have a one-star rating. Pipe down! The other guests might hear you. Speaking of one-star ratings, did you notice that one huge star in the sky? There it is…right above us. Wow! That's one big star! For Preview Only

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