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Christmas CD
Guitar capo position: 5th fret
INTRO: C  G  Am E7 F C D7 G7 

 C                      G
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CAm F    C    G
Cóż ja widzę w tobie?                  
GDm    C
Droższy widok niż ma niebo,       
GG      C    C7
W maleńkiej osobie,
G      Dm         C
Droższy widok niż ma niebo,       
GG  C
W maleńkiej osobie.

 2. Zbawicielu drogi, 
Jakżeś to ubogi,
Opuściłeś śliczne niebo, 
Obrałeś barłogi.
Opuściłeś śliczne niebo, 
Obrałeś barłogi.

BRIDGE: C  G  Am E7 F C D7 G7 

3. Czyżeś nie mógł Sobie,           
W największej ozdobie,  
Obrać pałacu drogiego,              
Nie w tym leżeć żłobie? 
Obrać pałacu drogiego,              
Nie w tym leżeć żłobie?
            
4. Gdy na świat przybywasz,
Grzechy z niego zmywasz,
A na zmycie tej sprośności 
Gorzkie łzy wylewasz. 
A na zmycie tej sprośności 
Gorzkie łzy wylewasz

FINALE: C  G  Am E7 F C D7 G7 



Kolędy i Pastorałki / Favorite Polish Christmas Carols 
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 Natalia Kukulska (born March 3, 1976 in Warsaw, Poland) is a singer, former child singer and former child actress in her native Poland. Natalia is the daughter of Polish composer Jarosław Kukulski and the late Polish vocalist, Anna Jantar.


Ach, ubogi żłobie Guitar Demo
In this video, the song is played with the capo on the 4th fret and with the following chords: C, Am, F, Dm, G and G7
Manger Scene - Church of the Assumption, Buffalo, NY
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Natalia Kukulska - Ach ubogi żłobie 
[Najpiękniejsze kolędy polskie] 


Lyrics, chords and video samples for many more Polish Christmas Carols are listed on the main Christmas page.

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Polskie Kolędy i Pastorałki
  Kolendy ("kolędy" in Polish) and pastorałki are two types of Polish Christmas carols; kolendy are religious hymns celebrating the Nativity and pastoralki are the secular shepard's songs that also celebrate the birth of Christ but were never accepted as dogmatically accurate by the Church. Many of these songs, universally beloved for their sweet and hauntingly beautiful melodies, date back to before the 15th century and are still treasured by Poles today. If you are Polish or of Polish descent, certainly you have fond memories of singing kolendy in church during the Christmas season or perhaps listening to a family musician play them on guitar, violin or piano for your Christmas celebrations.

Kolendy, like the story of Christmas, never get old.