1 The Jester next struck into another carol, a sort of comic ditty, to which the Knight, catching up the tune, replied in the like manner.
2 A brave little bird, probably a lover, was carolling in a distracted manner in a large tree.
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3 A lark, which seemed mingled with the stars, was carolling at a prodigious height, and one would have declared that that hymn of pettiness calmed immensity.
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4 They thought they heard voices carolling in the infinite; they had God in their hearts; destiny appeared to them like a ceiling of stars; above their heads they beheld the light of a rising sun.
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5 He paused: the birds went on carolling, the leaves lightly rustling.
6 After the usual carols had been sung, we set them to songs and glees.
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7 "If you'll all come into the parlor, I'll sing you some Christmas carols," said Melanie, glad to change the subject.
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8 Leaning back in the cab, this amateur bloodhound carolled away like a lark while I meditated upon the many-sidedness of the human mind.
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