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        Gdy śliczna Panna



                      Anna Maria Jopek
                              Key of G


G                 Em      Am7   D  D7  G    
Gdy śliczna Panna Syna kołysała,
G                    Em    Am7   D        D7  G
Z wielkim weselem tak Jemu śpiewała.
G   /  Am7  /  D    D7      C    G
Li li li li laj, moje Dzieciąteczko,
G   /    C  /  G         Am7  D7  G
Li li li li laj, śliczne Paniąteczko.

Wszystko stworzenie śpiewaj Panu swemu,
Pomóż w radości wielkiej sercu memu.
Li li li li laj, wielki Królewicu,
Li li li li laj, niebieski dziedzicu!

Sypcie się z nieba, śliczni aniołowie,
Śpiewajcie Panu, niebiescy duchowie:
Li li li li laj, mój wonny kwiateczku,
Li li li li laj, w ubogim żłobeczku.

Cicho wietrzyku, cicho południowy,
Cicho powiewaj, niech śpi Panicz nowy,
Li li li li laj, mój wdzięczny Synaczku,
Li li li li laj, miluchny Robaczku.


Kolędy i Pastorałki / Favorite Polish Christmas Carols 
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Anna Maria Jopek
Anna Maria Jopek is the daughter of Mazowsze singer Stanisław Jopek, who is known as the "First Coachman of Poland" for his signature song "Furman" (The Coachman), and former Mazowsze dancer Maria Stankiewicz. Her 1999 Christmas album 




 features two duets with her father.
Am7

Gdy śliczna Panna Guitar Demo
In this video, the song is played with the capo on the 4th fret and with the following chords: C, Em, Am7, F, and G.
 C       Em     Am7         F6           G       C                Em     Am7         F6         G       C
---------------------------------------1--0--------------------------------------------------------------1--0------------------------
--------1-------0---1---1--------3---------3---3-------1--------------1-------0---1---1-------3---------3---3-------1-------
----0-------2----------0----0----2------------------0-------0------0------2----------0----0----2------------------0-------0--
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
----3-------2--------0------------------------------------3------------------2--------0------------------------------------3------
---------------------------3-------1--------------3-------------------3---------------------3-------1--------------3---------------


                       F6         G             F        C                          F            C                     G    C
----0----------0------------------------------------------------------0--------0-------1------1----0---3---1--0------------------
------------3-----1---3-----3-----0--3---1--0---------------------------3------1--------1---1------------------3--1--3-3-1--
--------0------------------2---2-----0---0-------2-------0-----------0-----------------2------------------2--0------------------
-------------------------3------------------------------3------2------------------------------------------------------3--2--2-------
--------------------------------------------------------------3----------------------------------------3----------------------------3-
----3---------------(3)------------3--------------(3)----------------3----------------1--------------------------------------3------
Guitar Tabs for Gdy śliczna Panna 
F6
This note --> 
is optional. I usually play it with my thumb.
Polonia Music



Lyrics, chords and video or audio 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.