Come Buy My Nice Fresh Ivy is a Christmas Carol which originated in Ireland.
The lyrics were written by John Keegan (1809–1849). They were published originally in the first edition of The Irishman of 1849.
Come Buy My Nice Fresh Ivy Christmas Carol Lyrics :
Come buy my nice fresh ivy,
And my holly boughts so green,
I have the fairest branches,
That ever yet were seen.
Come buy from me good Christians,
And let me home I pray,
And I’ll wish you a merry Christmas time,
And a happy New Year’s Day.
Ah! won’t you take my ivy?
The lovliest ever seen,
Ah! won’t you have my holly boughts?
All you that love the Green.
Do! take a little bunch of each
And on my knees I’ll pray,
That God may bless your Christmas
And be with you New Year’s Day.