This situation is discussed in detail in the Notes page for this carol. The first appearance that I've found of all five verses was in the monthly magazine Children's Work for Children , Vol.
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Sheet Music by A. Source was the Library of Congress, which has 18 pages of links to sheet music to this carol. This is the oldest sheet music that I've found. Sheet Music by C. Sheet Music "Ephratah" by Uzziah C.
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Try to get the G note in the bass in the second measure with your index finger. This will make the next pair of notes seventh fret of the high E and the fourth fret of the low E a lot easier to manage!
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