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No room in the inn Lyrics and Music

The sincere words and lyrics of this favorite hymn begin with "No beautiful chamber, no soft cradle bed" as the first words of this famous Christmas Carol. The name of the author of the lyrics and words of this ancient Christmas Carol, 'No room in the inn', is unknown but it is likely to have been written in Latin by a member of a religious order inspired by the words of Luke 2:7. The melodious music that accompanies the 'No room in the inn' Christmas Hymn were composed by Henry J. Gauntlett. The English composer of the music to the 'No room in the inn' hymn, Henry J. Gauntlett, was born July 9, 1805 and died February 21, 1876. We hope you enjoy the lyrics of this traditional Christmas carol.

No room in the inn Hymn
Title: No room in the inn *** Name of Composer: Henry J. Gauntlett *** Name Author / Writer of Lyrics: Unknown *** Hymns Category: Christmas Carols

 

 

 

Composer of Hymn Music
The composer of the music that accompanies the words of 'No room in the inn', Henry J. Gauntlett (July 9, 1805-February 21, 1876), was born in  Wellington, Shropshire, England and became famous as a composer, musician, organist and was described as the "Father of Church Music".

Information about the Hymn
Title of Hymn: No room in the inn
Author of Lyrics: Unknown

Translator of the Hymn lyrics: N/A Hymn written in English

Name of Composer of Music: Henry J. Gauntlett (July 9, 1805 to February 21, 1876)
Hymn Category: Christmas Carols
First Line of Hymn: No beautiful chamber, no soft cradle bed
First Publication Date: 1916 in 'Carols Old and Carols New' by Charles L. Hutchins

 

No room in the inn Lyrics

No beautiful chamber, no soft cradle bed,
No place but a manger, nowhere for His head;
No praises of gladness, no thought of their sin,
No glory but sadness, no room in the inn.

Refrain

No room, no room, for Jesus,
O give Him welcome free,
Lest you should hear at Heaven’s gate,
“There is no room for thee.”

No sweet consecration, no seeking His part,
No humiliation, no place in the heart;
No thought of the Savior, no sorrow for sin,
No prayer for His favor, no room in the inn.

Refrain

No one to receive Him, no welcome while here,
No balm to relieve Him, no staff but a spear;
No seeking His treasure, no weeping for sin,
No doing His pleasure, no room in the inn.

Refrain

 

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