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CONTENTS

4 INTRODUCTION 43 Ding Dong! Merrily on High!

5 Alii Want for Christmas Is You 44 Do They Know It's Christmas?

8 Angels from the Realms of Glory 48 Do You Hear What I Hear

9 Angels We Have Heard on High 50 Emmanuel

10 Auld Lang Syne 47 Feliz Navidad

II Away in a Manger 52 The First Noel

12 Baby, It's Cold Outside 53 The Friendly Beasts

14 Because It's Christmas 54 Frosty the Snow Man


(For All the Children)
56 Go, Tell It on the Mountain
16 Blue Christmas
57 God Rest Ye Merry, Gentlemen
20 Brazilian Sleigh Bells
58 Good Christian Men, Rejoice
17 Breath of Heaven (Mary's Song)
59 Good King Wenceslas
22 Bring a Torch, Jeannette, Isabella
60 Grandma Got Run Over by a Reindeer
23 Caroling, Caroling
62 Happy Holiday
24 Child of God
64 Happy Xmas (War Is Over)
27 The Chipmunk Song
66 Hard Candy Christmas
28 Christmas Is
63 Harld The Herald Angels Sing
30 Christmas Is A·Comin'
(May God Bless You) 68 Here Comes Santa Claus
(Kight Down Santa Claus Lane)
32 The Christmas Shoes
69 The Holly and the Ivy
36 The Christmas Song
(Chestnuts Roasting on an Open Fire) 70 A Holly Jolly Christmas

35 Christmas Time Is Here 72 (There's No Place Like)


Home for the Holidays
38 The Christmas Waltz
71 I Heard the Bells on Christmas Day
40 Christmastime (Calkin)

39 Coventry Carol 74 I Heard the Bells on Christmas Day


(Marks)
42 Deck the Hall
.........------,...,_..........,.,.

75 I Saw Mommy Kissing Santa Claus


119 o Come, All Ye Faithful

76 I wish Everyday
120 o Come. 0 Come, Immanuel
Could Be Like Christmas
121 o Holy Night
78 I Wonder as I Wander
122 o Little Town of Bethlehem
80 I'll Be Home for Christmas
123 Once in Koyal David's City
82 I've Oot My Love to Keep Me Warm
124 Kockin' Around the Christmas Tree
81 In the Bleak Midwinter
126 Rudolph the Ked-Nosed Keindeer
84 It Came Upon the Midnight Clear
128 Santa Baby
86 It Must Have Been the Mistletoe
(Our First Christmas) 130 Santa Claus Is Comin' to Town

88 It's Beginning to Look Like Christmas 132 Shake Me I Rattle (Squeeze Me I Cry)

90 Jingle-Bell Kock 131 Silent Night

92 Jingle Bells 134 Silver Bells

93 Jolly Old St. Nicholas 135 Snowfall

94 Joy to the World 136 Somewhere in My Memory

95 Last Christmas 137 StUl, Still. Still

98 Let It Snowl Let It Snow! Let It Snow! 138 Sussex Carol

100 Little Saint Nick 139 Suzy Snowflake

102 March of the Toys 140 This Christmas

104 A Marshmallow World 142 The Twelve Days of Christmas

99 Mele Kalikimaka 144 Up on the Housetop

106 Merry Christmas. Darling 145 Wassail, Wassail

108 Merry Merry Christmas. Baby 146 We Three Kings of Orient Are

110 Mister Santa 147 We Wish You a Merry Christmas

111 Mistletoe and Holly 148 What Are You Doing New Year's Eve?

112 The Most Wonderful Time of the Year 150 What Child Is This?

114 My f'avorite Things 151 Wonderful Christmastime

116 Not Tbat f'ar from Bethlehem 154 You're All I Want for Christmas

118 o Christmas Tn:e


10
AULD LANG SYNE

Copyright © 2000 by HAL LEONARD CORPORATION


Words by ROBERT BURNS
International Copyright Secured All Rights Reserved
Traditional Scottish Melody

Slowly
C G C C7

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Should auld ac - quaint - ance be for - got, and nev - er brought to

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mind?
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ac - quaint - ance be
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for - got and

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days
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of Auld
g
Lang
~.
Syne?
J

For
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Auld
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Lang

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t J. Syne,
~my dear,

for Auld _ _
§
Lang_

m·Syne, We'll tak'
§
a cup
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I~t~~ational Copyright Secured All Rights Reserv';d Translated by JAMES CHADWICK
Angels We Have Heard on High
Flowing
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An - gels we have heard on high Sweet ly sing - ing


Shep herds, why this ju bi - lee? Why your joy ous
Come to Beth - Ie - hem and see Him whose birth the
See with in a man ger laid Je - sus, Lord of

G7 C Em G C

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o'er the plains, And the moun - tains In re - ply
strains pro - long? Say, what may the tid ings be
an gels sing. Come a dore on bend - ed knee
heav'n and earth! Mar - y, Jo - seph, lend your aid;

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~ Ech
~
0 back
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their joy
~
ous strains. ! ~ Bgm
Which in - spire your heav'n ly song?
Christ the Lord, the new ?orn King. Glo
With us sing our Say lOr's birth.

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ri - a in ex - eel - sis

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5
ALL I WANT FOR CHRISTMAS IS YOU

Copyright@ 1994 RYE SONGS, SONYfATV MUSIC PUBLISHING LLC and WALL YWORLD MUSIC
Words and Music by MARIAH CAREY
All Rights for RYE SONGS Controlled and Administered by SONGS OF UNIVERSAL, INC.

All Rights for SONYfATV MUSIC PUBLISHING LLC and WALLYWORLD MUSIC Administered by
and WALTER AFANASIEFF
SONY/ATV MUSIC PUBLISHING LLC, B Music Square West, Nashville, TN 37203
All Rights Reserved Used by Permission

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I don't want a lot for Christ- mas; there is just one thing_
I won't ask for much __ this Christ- mas; I won't e - ven wish_

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I need,_ And I don't
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care a - bout _ _ the
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pres ents
d
for snow._ And I, I'm just gon - na keep on wait ing

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un der - neath_ the Christ mas tree, _ _ __ I don't need_ to hang_


un - der neath_ the mis tIe toe. _ _ __ I won't make_ a list_
(D,S.) I don't want_ a lot_

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my stock ing there up - on the fi re - place.
and send_ it to the North_ Pole for _ _ Saint Nick.
for Christ mas, this is all_ I'm ask ing for.

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with a (oy on ChriS(­
I WOIl'( e - \en stay _ _ a wake_ (Q hear th05e_ mag ie rein
just Voan( (Q see _ _ my ba by stand - ing right_ out side_
6

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mas day._
IF

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just
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want you
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for my own,_
deer click. I just want you here _ _ to night,_
my door._ I just want him for my own,_

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more than you could ev


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Make my wish come true: _
hold - ing on to me so tight._ What more can I do?_
more than you could ev er know. Make my wish come true: _

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all I want for Christ mas is


Ba - by, all I want for Christ - mas is

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you. ___________________________
you. ___________________________ * You, _ _ _ _ _ _ __

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ba - by._ Oh,_ ba - by._ Oh, All the lights_

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are shin - ing so bright - ly ev - 'ry - where,


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hear those sleigh _ bells ring ing.
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what I real - ly need? Won't you please bring my ba - by to me? 3 Oh,_

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all I want for Christ - mas

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is _____________________________ you. __________
8
ANGELS FROM THE REALMS OF GLORY

Copyright © 2002 by HAL LEONARD CORPORATION Words by JAMES MONTGOMERY


International Copyright Secured All Rights Reserved Music by HENRY T. SMART

With spirit
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flocks by night, God with man is now re - sid ing;
beam a far. Seek the great de sire of na - tions;
hope and fear, Sud den ly the Lord, de scend ing,

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in
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shall
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star.
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war - ship!

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II
9
ANGELS WE HAVE HEARD ON HIGH

Copyright © 2002 by HAL LEONARD CORPORATION Traditional French Carol


International Copyright Secured All Rights Reserved Translated by JAMES CHADWICK

Flowing

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joy
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See with in a man ger laid Je sus, Lord of

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o'er the plains, And the moun - tains In re ply

strains pro - long? Say, what may the tid jngs be

an gels sing. Come a dore on bend ed knee

heav'n and earth! Mar y, Jo seph, lend your aid;

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Which
Christ
0
in
the
baek
spire
Lord,
their
your
the
joy
heav'n
new
-
ous strains.
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born King.

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With us sing our Say ior's birth.

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10
AULD LANG SYNE

Copyright © 2000 by HAL LEONARD CORPORATION


Words by ROBERT BURNS

Intematlonal Copyright Secured All Rights Reserved


Traditional Scottish Melody

Slowly
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days of Auld Lang Syne? For Auld Lang

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Syne, my dear, for Auld__ Lang_ Syne, We'll tak' a cup 0'

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kind ness yeL for_ Auld Lang Syne.
11
AWAY IN A MANGER

~ C 2002 by HAL LEONARD CORPORATION Traditional


~~ Copyright Secured All Rights Reserved
Words by JOHN T. McFARLAND (v.3)
Music by JAMES R. MURRAY

Tenderly
c F

A way in a man ger, no crib for a


The cat tIe are low ing, the Ba by a
Be near me, Lord Je sus, I ask Thee to

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bed, The lit tIe Lord Je sus laid


wakes, But lit tIe Lord Je sus no
stay Close by me for ev er, and

down his sweet head. The stars in the


cry ing He makes. I love Thee, Lord
love me, I pray. Bless all the dear

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sky
r r looked
IF
down
r -
where He
I
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Jay, The
J

Je sus, look down from the sky, And


chi! dren in Thy ten der care, And

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o

lit
D
tie
r
Lord
ITt
Je sus. a sleep on
I
the
IF
hay.
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stay by my era die till mom - ing is nigh.


fit us for heav en to live \\ith Thee there.
12
BABY, IT'S COLD OUTSIDE
from the Motion Picture NEPTUNE'S DAUGHTER

e 1948 (Renewed) FRANK MUSIC CORP. By FRANK LOESSER


All Rights Reserved

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JI Jl J 3ftJ~ LJ * L J tJ . ] jJ~~,~J
really can't stay, _ _ _ _ _ __ I've got to go 'way. _ _ _ __
sim ply must go, _ _ _ _ _ __ the an - swer is No! _ _ _ __

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This eve ning has been so ver - y nice.


The weI - come has been so nice and warm.

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My
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moth - er will
sis - ter will
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start
be
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to
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cious,
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and
my

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broth
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fa - ther will
er will
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be there at the
la.
floor.
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bet
mind
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scur - ry. __ well. may - be just a half a drink more. The
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neigh - bors might think; _ _ _ _ _ __
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say,
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what's in this
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IS
drink? _ _ _ _ __
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got to get home; _ _ _ _ _ __ say, lend me a comb. _ _ _ _ __

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I wish I knew how to break the
You've real - ly been grand but don't you

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spell. _ _ _ _ _ _ __ I ought to say "No, no,
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There's bound to be

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real - ly can't stay ah, but it's cold out

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side. _ _ _ __ I side.
14
BECAUSE IT'S CHRISTMAS
(For All the Children)

Copyright © 1986 by Universal Music· Careers, Appoggiatura Music and Camp Songs Music
Music by BARRY MANILOW
All Rights Administered by Universal Music· Careers
Intemational Copyright Secured All Rights Reserved Lyric by BRUCE SUSSMAN and JACK FELDMAN

Moderately

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....
To - night the stars for the chil dren
To - night be - longs all the chil dren.

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and
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light the
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way
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for
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dreams to
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fly.
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To night their joy rings through the air.

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To - night
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our love comes wrapped in
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And so, we send our ten - der bless ings

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to
world
all
is
the
right
chil
and
- dren
hopes
ev
are
'ry
high.
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pears to search the sky be cause it's


give, a time to share be cause it's

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17
BREATH OF HEAVEN
(Mary's Song)
c:: 1992, 1997 SGO MUSIC PUBLISHING, LTD, (BMI) olb/o CLOUSEAU MUSIC/Administered by Words and Music by AMY GRANT
BUG MUSIC, AGE TO AGE MUSIC, INC. (ASCAP)/Administered by THE LOVING COMPANY
and RIVERSTONE MUSIC (ASCAP}/Administered by THE LOVING COMPANY and CHRIS EATON
J\oI Rights ReselVed Used by Permission

Slowly * Am Om/A Am F Om

'1:0 II: J jJ I have trav - eled_


* 0/
to I).
man - y moon - less_
~-jJ g~J
nights
1
;ro
cold and
I

wait - ing III a si lent_ pray'r._ I am


won der_ as You watch my_ face,_ if a

Am Dm,IA Am G C

wea ry with a babe in


-
side._ And I
fright - ened by the load I bear._ In a
wis - er one should have had my place? _ But I

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l
Am

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F

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won der _ _
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what I've
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done.
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world as _ _ cold as _ _ stone, must I
of fer _ _ all I am for the

To COda-$­

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Fa You have_ come and cho sen me


walk this __ path a lone? Be with me
mer cy of Your

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now to car ry Your Son. I am


now, _ _ be with me

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now.
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Breath of heay en
Om/C

hold me to ­
18

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Be for ev - er near me, breath of__ heav - en.
II

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j
of heav
j
- en,
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light - en
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my dark
j
- ness.
J JO
Pour 0
j
ver me
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Your

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ho Ii - ness, for You are ho ly,

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D.S. at Coda

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breath of_ heav - en. Do You

CODA
-t . F G F G

plan. _ _ __ Help__ me be strong, help me


-
be,

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-- help me. Breath of beav - en. bold me to­
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laW J 12 ....I
for - ev - er near
J J
me, breath of_
mmm I
JJ g 9 heav en.
Ii

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Breath of heav en, light - en my dark - ness. Pour 0 - ver me Your

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ho li - ness, for You are ho ly.

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breath of_ heav - en, breath

,; heav -
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breath of_
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heav -
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16
BLUE CHRISTMAS
Copyright © 1948 UNIVERSAL - POLYGRAM INTERNATIONAL PUBLISHING, INC.
Copyright Renewed
Words and Music by BILLY HAYES
All Rights Reserved Used by Permission and JAY JOHNSON

With expression

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have a blue Christ - mas with out you.

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~
I'll be so blue think - ing a bout you. _ _ _ _ __ Dec 0­

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&7 ra -
~
tions
ru F
of red
~
on
F Ir
a green
~
Christ-mas
F 1°
tree
IF
won't
~
mean
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IF p

thing
F Ir
if you're not here with me. I'll have
~
a blue
I
Christ- mas,
FI
that's

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cer tain. And when that blue heart ache starts hurt - in',

Gm Dm

&- , 'IT F
you'll
~
be
IF
do -
~
in'
FIF
all right,
~F
with your
Ir
Christ -
F
mas
~ j

of

Cdim G7 C

&f" J I] F F IF r Ir F=""~ TIr II


white. but I'll have a blue. blue Christ - mas_ *
20
BRAZILIAN SLEIGH BELLS

Copyright © 1950 UNIVERSAL - POLYGRAM INTERNATIONAL PUBLISHING, INC. and DROLET MUSIC
Copyright Renewed
By PERCY FAITH
All Rights Controlled and Administered by UNIVERSAL - POLYGRAM INTERNATIONAL PUBLISHING. INC.
All Rights Reserved Used by Penmission

,¢ ~ C-C
Bright Samba
*IIJ C

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G7

:g ~ ~

m C m
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36
THE CHRISTMAS SONG
(Chestnuts Roasting on an Open Fire)

© 1946 (Renewed) EDWIN H. MORRIS & COMPANY, Music and Lyric by MEL TORME
A Division of MPL Music Publishing, Inc. and SONY/ATV MUSIC PUBLISHING LLC and ROBERT WELLS
All Rights on behalf of SONYIATV MUSIC PUBLISHING LLC Administered by SONY/ATV MUSIC PUBLISHING LLC,
8 Music Square West, Nashville, TN 37203
All Rights Reserved

Slowly
C G7 C C7

~i R J j
Em=ij=='J-------/ ~ J ~

Chest - nuts roast - ing on an o pen fire, Jack Frost nip - ping at your

F E+ Am Fm C B7
3----,

~ e-
nose,
~ J ~ J
Yule - tide car - ols be - ing sung by
t¥'
a choir
ffl
And

E Bb7 Eb G7 C G7

~ folks
~-~~
dressed up like Es - ki - mos. Ev - 'ry - bod - y knows a tur - key and some

C C7 F E7

~ ~.
mis - tIe - toe
~
Help
J
to
~
make the sea - son bright.
-

Am Fm C B7 Em A7 Dm G7

Jr-----~, ~I-----------l. \
~ 0/ ~"='~ o/~

night. They know that San ta's on his way; He's load - ed

Gm C7 F

~ lots of toys and


J 1 ! §
good - ies on his sleigh
7
~
And
# ~

ev - 'ry

Fm Bb7 Eb Am D7

~=~"~

moth -er's child __ is gon - na spy


~

_ To see if
'-'

rein - deer _ real-Iy know how to

G7 C G7 C

~ J.
fly.
7
~
And so,
r
I'm
~ J J.
of - fer - ing this sim - pie phrase
m
To

C7 F E7 Am Fm

~ J J
kids
~.------,---0/~ ~ ~
from one to nine - ty - two. Al - tho' it's been said man - y

C B7 F7 Em Am Dm G7 C

~ J
times,
&q ~ J
man - y ways; "Mer - ry Christ - mas
J ij.
to you."
t ~

146
WE THREE KINGS OF ORIENT ARE

Copyright © 2002 by HAL LEONARD CORPORATION Words and Music by

International Copyright Secured All Rights Reserved JOHN H. HOPKINS, JR.

Flowing
Am E7 Am

~ We
r
three
~
kings
~
of 0 ri
F
ent
r ~.
are,
~
Bear
r
ing
Born a King on Beth - Ie - hem's plain, Gold I
Frank in cense to of fer have I', In cense
Myrrh is mine; its bit ter per fume Breathes a
Glo rious now, be hold Him a rise, King and

E7 Am G

Wt gifts
bring
we
~
to
tra - verse
crown Him
F r a
a
~.
far.
gain,
~Field
King
F ~
and
for
foun
ev
r
tain,
er,
owns a De ty nigh; Prayer and prais ing,
life of gath - er ing gloom. Sor r'wing sigh ing,
God and sac ri fice! Al Ie lu ia,

C Dm AmJE E7 Am

p moor
r
and
~
moun
r r
tain,
aFol - low
r r - ing
ij2
yon
r
der
~.
star.
ceas ing nev er, 0 ver us all to reign.
all men rais ing, Wor - ship Him God on high.
bleed ing, dy ing, Sealed in the stone cold tomb.
Al Ie lu ia, Earth __ to heav'n re plies.

G C F C
t:\

ti 0
r ij2
star
F ij2
of won
§
der, star
~r
of night,
~Star
F
with

F C Am G C

Wt roy
J ij2
al beau
J ij2'
ty bright,
ij2
West
F ~
ward lead
r
ing,

F C G C F C

trt r ~ r ~ r ~ § ~.

'I~ C 1992 by HAL LEONARD CORPORATION


l - - = r a Copyright Secured All Rights Reserved
Traditional English Folksong
We Wish You a Merry Christmas

Gaily
c F D7

~ We
~~
wish you a Mer - ry Christ - mas.
n We
~~

wish you a Mer - ry

~
E7 Am
G7
=tit) J W W
S 3 ~ J 9?
Christ - mas. We wish you a Mer - ry Christ - mas, and a

~
G7 C Am

J J ~ W ~ J J ?J
Hap - py New Year! Good tid - ings to

tErn D7 G C

J ~ ~ J ~~ ~ J J
you, wher - ev - er you are. Good tid - ings for

G D7 G7 C

tJ Christ -
i mas,
9
and
M
a Hap -
1= J ij¥
py New Year!
l ~
CAROL OF THE BELLS

Am I
Am L:" Am/F Am/£.

Am Am/F

Am Arnie-- Dm/r E7 Am
,~,.t.,-»>,,, '__ "_>< _ _ _'.""'-'.",

E7 Am Am
tt

Am Am/F Am/F

Am Am/r;. Ami;:: ArniE

__ __
~">_""-"'--",,,,. ,~j. • AYN.""'.'.";".....
~_~_.~~ __.".. ...._.•.
~."'
HAVE YOURSELF A MERRY LITTLE CHRISTMAS
Slowl£C Am7 Dm7 FlO G7 C 1;!YGH OO(mt~BLANE

, 111= J J J r IJ J JJ J J IJ J J r 1J. J I

Have your - self a mer-ry lit - tIe Christ-mas. Let your heart be light
He.ve your - self a mer-ry lit - tie Christ-mas. Make the Yule - tide gay.

11. Ill.
C Am7 Dm7 07 E7 A7 D7 07 Dm7 E7

~J J r r Ir r CJ J J 8 ........... tJ. l :11 r r r j• .J r


From now on our Iron-bles will be out of sight. trou-bles will be miles a ­
From now on our

Am Om7 C7 Fm~j7 Fm(maj7) Em7 EIodim7 Dm7 07(15)

~ I"~' I F F F C; ItJ r
It
way.
¥
Here we are as in old - en days,
EJIf1r
hap-py gold-en days
r
of

,c;, F#m7(~5)

• Ir r r
B7

i3li3
Em

r
E~7

j:3
OlD

ItJ r
Am7 D7

J IJ.
Dm7 G7

¥ II
yore. Faith - ful friends vvho are dear to us gath-er near to us once more.

C Am7 Dm7 FIG G7 C Am7 Dm7 G7

~J
Through the
J J
years
r
we
IJ J J J J J I; J J
all will be to - geth • er if the fates
r
al -
I J.
low.
.~

~J
C

J
Am7

r r If! e
Bm7(~5)

r _4!
J
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r r
Am
-
i.
~
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Hang a shin - ing star up • on the high - est bough, and

Fmaj7 ClE Dm7 Dm710 G7 C~


I':\.

~F J J r Ie r e J'" J
r
CI '" 1""0 II
have your - self a mer - ry lit - tie Christ - mas now.

~ 1943 (ReneMld 1971) METRO-GOlDWYN·MAYER INC.

e 1944 (ReneMld 1972) LEO FEIST, INC.

All Rights of LEO FEIST, INC. As$igned to EMI CATALOGUE PARTNERSHIP

All Rights Controlled and Administered by EMl FEIST CATALOG INC.

All Rights Reset\Ied

.1, Authorized for use by Diane Mathison


o HOLY NIGHT

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j.
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142
THE TWELVE DAYS OF CHRISTMAS

Copyright © 1992 by HAL LEONARD CORPORATION


International Copyright Secured All Rights Reserved
Traditional English Calli

C Am F G7 C
-- - _.
Moderately
~
• ,.
••"­ '""v ,.
@)
~

~
.....
-

1. On the
-
-I
-
.-I

first
---
day of
I
Christ -
-
r-

mas,
-
my
~-
true love
-
sent
~

to me:
­
J-:"

ill"

F Am G7 C
~C Am
, .,
r
"- v
f)
~
• 1*­
I..­
­
-
r-
-- -
~ r~ •
-
­
.-I

- -- -
-I
---
I I

~ - ­
@) ~ I I ~
par - tridge_ in a pear tree. 2. On the sec - ond day of Christ - mas. ury

third day of Christ - mas. m~

fourth day of Christ - mas. m~

Repeat as needed

-
F G7 C G7 C F Am G7


f'j
., -
r-
- r- - r~
.. • -
I
r-
- ~- II
·1.
·1.
_
~ - • ~ ­

-­ -­
--­
I •

V
l"
V I
­ II .........I
I..
­
true love sent to me: two tur - tIe - doves
true love sent
true love sent
to
to
me:
me:
three
four
French_
call - ing
hens,
birds, l and a par - tridge_ in a pear

n.s. for Vs. 3 and 411


iii c C Am
~
r

'T"

t)
V
r

tree.
.
3.,4. On
- -
..... .....

the
I
.J.

tree. 5. On
- - -
..... .....

the
.-I

fifth
-
day
-- of
I
Christ - mas.
-
~
­
Dr!

F G7 C D7 G C

,
f)
WI'

•,-:y"
-
r-
-- - ~
r-
r..;
n ~ ,1.1.-
.... ~
~
.~

,..
~

~

­
­
r-
-­ r­
I
-
~three
H
French hens,
~w==mF ~

two __ tur - tIe - doves and a par tridge_ in a pear

**
,*.
tree.
~~JAI

6. On the sixth day of Christ - mas, my true love sent to me:


7.-12. (See additional verses)

Repeat as needed
G7 C D7 G

~ :Itfl T¥F 0

§EI& I 211
six geese a - lay - ing, five gold _ _ rings,

~ m
[ J===t ~~
F G

four __ call - ing birds, three French hens, two __ tur - tIe - doves and a

D.S.S. for Vs. 7. 12 11 e Fine,


C F Am G7 Ie

=i=E ~
par - tridge_ in a pear
~.
tree. 7.-12. On
~()
the tree.
~

Additional Verses

On the seventh day seven swans a-swimming


On the eighth day eight maids a-milking
On the ninth day nine ladies dancing
On the tenth day ten lords a-leaping
On the eleventh day 'leven Pipers piping
On the twelfth day twelve drummers drummrning
128
SANTA BABY

© 1953 Trinity Music, Inc. By JOAN JAVITS, PHIL SPRINGER


Copyright Renewed 1981 and Controlled in the U.S. by Philip Springer and TONY SPRINGER
Copyright Controlled for the world outside the U,S. by Alley Music Corp.
and Trio Music Company
International Copyright Secured All Rights Reserved

Moderately G7

C c G7

&1 r r: FEE E f~r If V


V E
~. ~I -;r
Mis - ter "Claus," I feel as tho' I know ya So

c G7 C G7
t:'I t:'I

~ r-l t E E E g F Iv e· V C· II

you won't mind if I should get fa - mil ya, will ya?

C Am D7 G7
~~
~IH J ~ g mj r j L §t E ~
San - ta ba - by, just slip a sa - ble un - der the tree
San - ta ba - by, one lit - de thing I real - ly do need:_

c ~ m m c ~

~~J U"~
for me._.
~Y IF ~
Been an
§e r r¥J
aw - ful good girl, _ _
p.p r
San - ta ba - by.
PI

So
the deed to a plat - i - num mine, _ _ San - ta hon - ey. So

Dm G7 C G7

~ ~ rj r~ C E F'3'
W
= ~ ­
hur - ry down the chim - ney to night.
hur - ry down the chim ney to - night. _

C Am D7 G7 C Am

~ ~ J1 FP rj
J...
~ Ij r-§r E ~)d'] (f"J J
San - ta ba by, a
' fif ty - four con - vert
tJ ble, too, _ _ light blue._~
San - ta cu - tie, and fill my stock- ing with a du - plex _ _ and cheques. _

D7 G7 C Am

~
~
",. -~

E t r++ J r
V §r ~ ;jJ
7.
'F V
I'll wait up for you, dear San - ta ba by, so

Sign your X on the line, San ta cu - tie. and

129

Dm G7

, bb
C

~ E
~ cE fj'lV~ ==-tr ­
hur ry down the chim - ney to night.

hur - ry down the chim - ney to night.

,
E7 A7

r p ro p Ir r ~r r
1""\

7
I~ ~ ~ r~ ~ ~ r
Think of all the fun I've missed. _ Think of all the fel - las that I
Come and trim my Christ mas tree _ _ with some dec - 0 - ra tions bought at

D7

have n't kissed. _ Next year I could be just as good if


Tif fa ny. _ _ I real - ly do be lieve in you._ Let's

,
G G7 C Am

~ ~~ ~~ It ~
~

you check off



my
I
Ir
Christ - mas
he r
list. San - ta
~
ba - by,
r V
I
I

see if you be lieve in me. San ta ba by, for

D7 G7 C Am D7 G7

'It r r e~[ r rr1J


want a yacht and real ly that's not _ _
eo
a

lot.
0
l :t I~
Been
r~[
an an gel
F r r'~'I
all year, _
got to men - tion one lit - tie thing:_ a ring! I don't mean on the phone,_

'~.J
C

-
~ ~
Am

~
~

r D
Dm

Ie b ~ E
G7

~ C E f''"' 1
San - ta ba by. So hur - ry down the chim ney to - night.
San ta ba - by. So hur ry down the chim - ney to - night. _

1
C G7
126
RUDOLPH THE RED-NOSED REINDEER

Copyright© 1949 (Renewed 1977) SI. Nicholas Music Inc., Music and Lyrics by
1619 Broadway, New York, New York 10019 JOHNNY MARKS
All Rights Reserved

Moderately
Dm Em G7 C

ft=# Eij
You know Dash - er
J
~ J
and Danc - er
m
and Pranc - er
J J)
and
j) J.
Vix - en,

Dm Em G7 C Am E7

!i J
~ J @ W§. ~ J J S

Com - et and Cu - pid and Don - ner and Blitz - en, but do you re

Am D7 G7

~ J.
call
Jt
the most
&r fa
r
mous
p r
rein - deer
~
of
0

all?
it

~ r ~ j.
r
- Ru- dolph
All of
the
the
red - nosed
oth er
rein -
rein -
deer
deer
had
used
a
to
ver - y
laugh and
shin
call
y
him

G7

~ 0
~ J J) J r ~ j.
~I'~ J
C 11­
1
0
:
~
you would e - ven say it glows. join in an - y rein - deer

C C7 F C Dm G7

~ t? Pi § J ~ J J ~

()
I
~

games. Then one fog - gy Christ - mas Eve. San - ta came to

C G D7

~ 0

say,
ij J J
"Ru - dolph, with
~ r r
your nose so bright,
~
won't you
r r guide
@
my

G7 C

~ J ~
sleigh to - night?"_
~
Then how
AA r t?
the rein - deer loved
J.
him

G7

~ J~~
as they shout - ed out
r
with
1
0

glee:
m "Ru - dolph
~
the red -
F
nosed

m
C

~ J J.
rein - deer.
§ J J
you'll go down ill his -
r to -
I n' ? :
ry!"
TIt· EI
130
SANTA CLAUS IS COMIN' TO TOWN
© 1934 (Renewed 1962) EMI FEIST CATALOG INC. Words by HAVEN GILLESPIE
Rights for the Extended Renewal Term in the United States Controlled by
HAVEN GILLESPIE MUSIC and EMI FEIST CATALOG INC. Music by J. FRED COOTS
All Rights for HAVEN GILLESPIE MUSIC Administered by THE SONGWRITERS GUILD OF AMERICA
All Rights outside the United States Controlled by EMI FEIST CATALOG INC.
(Publishing) and ALFRED PUBLISHING CO., INC. (Print)
All Rights Reserved Used by Permission

;n J~)
=it~J[: k j~T_~
~. kUL
Moderate SwingJ~-r--~-=~
__
--_ =
d,

-c-__ _____
Fm

j
You bet - ter watch out, you bet - ter not cry,
mak ing a list and check - ing it twice,

C C7 F

~j;
Fm Am

Ai f 1= F*-~~-tm: J r-¥J -1

bet - ter not pout, I'm tell ing you why: } San ta Claus is
gon - na find out who's naugh - ty and nice.

=i:=Drn~ G7 11 C Am Dm G7 12 C
. Lt:=
N-~d -I j.=-.__ # - 71=:11__ ~-~~

com in' to town. He's tow~

~ ,~, ,C7~, j J=-


IF r =r= ~ I- --pi 0-; r f ]

Gm C_7 Dm Gm C7 .

-I--®-J=~1=--1=+
-- He sees you when you're sleep - in'. He knows when you're a

Dm Am D7 G E7

,.. ,1

wake.
F.,~-t{;
He knows
E #F~-~
if
I
I

you've been bad


r+=
or good,
EjB
so be

D7 G G7 C C7

H good
r
for
F JIJ l-i)W
£jjW
good - ness sake. Oh! You bet - ter watch
~.
out,
X:
~1
you

Fm C C7 F Fm

,.. -' • t===t- -TJ=fJ@:;--J gtt1=J d2~]


bet - ter not cry, bet - ter not pout, I'm tell - ing you why:

va San - ta
r~#lC:d
Claus is com - in'
G7 FI ~,.-----
to to'W'D.
Fm 3-F- # =I
131
SILENT NIGHT

Copyright © 2002 by HAL LEONARD CORPORATION Words by JOSEPH MOHR


International Copyright Secured All Rights Reserved Translated by JOHN F. YOUNG
Music by FRANZ X. GRUBER

Gently
C
~ ~

~. ~ ,p ~
'I Si
Si
Si
~
lent
lent
lent
I j.
night,
night,
night,
I ~.
ho
ho
ho
ly
ly
ly
I j.
night!
night!
night!
Si lent night, ho ly night!

,F
G7 C F

All
ris
IF'
calm,
IF
all
r is
I j.
bright
I

'Round
~

yon

Shep herds quake at the sight; Glo ries

Son of God, love's pure light Ra diant

Won d'rous star, lend thy light. With the

, r"
C F

Ij
~

V
~ I ~. ;8~ I j. ~ 1 r' ~ -~
Vir gin Moth er and Child! Ho ly In fant,so
stream _ _ from Heav en a far. Heav 'nly hosts sing,
beams _ _ from Thy ho - ly face, With the dawn of re
an gels let us sing. Al Ie lu ia

,
C G7 C

~. ~ ~ I j. IF r If' p r 1 r'
ten der and mild, Sleep in heav en ly peace,
Al Ie - lu ia, Christ, the Say ior, IS born!
deem ing grace, Je sus, Lord, at Thy birth,
to our King. Christ, the Say ior, is born!

, r·
G7 C

Ir ~ ~ I ~. J~ J IJ IJ ~ II
~
Sleep _ _ in heav en - ly peace.
Christ._ the Say ior. is born!
Je sus. Lord. at Thy birth.
ChriSL_ the Say ior. IS bom~
132
SHAKE ME I RATTLE
(Squeeze Me I Cry)

Copyright © 1957 (Renewed) by Regent Music Corporation (BMI) Words and Music by HAL HACKADY
Intemational Copyright Secured All Rights Reserved and CHARLES NAYLOR
Used by Permission

Moderately slow
C

&2 J -I II:jg ..:t1 t=~ta=


# I ~~~--F----t=
-~---~-
~ J
I was pass ing by a toy shop on the
called an oth er toy shop on a
late and snow was fall ing as the

F Om G7

Fa- cor
~
ner
.rr;]' ill
of the square,
=J J t1%f- ~ 7Ji J
where a lit tle girl
!~l

was
square so long a go, where I saw a lit - tIe
shop pers hur ried by past the girl ie at the

=t~~~~=-- 1J - F--!- ~ -I 3-= ---I ~


look ing in the win - dow there. She was
dol ly that I want ed so. I re
win dow with her lit tIe head held high. They were

look ing at a dol ly in a dress of ros - y


mem bered, I re mem - bered how I longed to make it
cIos ing up the toy shop as I hur ried thru the

Om O#dim7 CIE

-~-1!l J ~ --i=) _IP- -0 Jtj

~ Ii
.~ --­

~.~-

red. and a round the pret ty dol ly hung a


mine. and a round that oth - er dol ly hung an
door. just in time to buy the dol ly that her
133

G7 C

,.
~ J
lit
~
de
~
sign
r
that
IF·
Said!
IJ r r
oth - er lit de sign: Shake me, I
heart was long ing for.

c+ F6 Dm

~ E r Ir r r IJ
~

J ~

~
J
rat tie. Squeeze me, I cry. !~S And
I
had
I

G7 C

~
...

J r r IF ~ I J. ~ J J

stood there be side her I could hear her


count ed my pen nies, just a pen ny
gave her the dol - ly that we both had longed to

C+

~ J. ! IJ r r It r
..",
j
sigh.
shy. Shake me, I rat tIe.
buy.

F6 Dm G7 F/A

~r r r
Squeeze me, I
Id-
cry.
IF
Please
r r
take me

G71B C 11, L if 3 I

, F : IE r r~ Ir J 3 :11"'r t II
home and kwe _ me. ! I
lt
re
was
135
SNOWFALL
Copyright © 1941, 1968 by Chappell & Co
Lyrics by RUTH THORNHILL
Copyright Renewed
International Copyright Secured All Rights Reserved Music by CLAUDE THORNHILL

Moderately slow

,I-J: Snow -
)~J
fall,
~ _,0
- ­
...I.

soft
..
"

.,-,O~O
ly, _ _ _ _ _ __
­

C C7 G7 C C7

.....
gen t1y
__c;t~-rr
-­ --­
drift down.

tJ: ..

~ ~ '-' ~
1 ~ - I: I l
;l)
I

,-,0,-­
__ 0
­
whis per

C7 G7 C

'i. ' neath


J--9 Ig
my ~
- IJ. J~g~g
WIn - dow,
-

G DPm GP7 B

cov 'ring trees mist y white.

,; Vel
:t C·
vet
IJ.
G

breeze *
DPm

I~J
'round
GP7

7 ~J.
my
B

IJ
door
G7

J.
step.
L
I

,]. Gen -
~
J~~ ~•

tly,
1
- ~ I !

I J. J~o~o
soft - ly,
Cm

C7 G7 C f.'\

-
'i. ~l -
;}
___
lent
?7~77
I I --!"
I J.
soow -
~J~
faU~
LJ·
*
II
136
SOMEWHERE IN MY MEMORY
from the Twentieth Century Fox Motion Picture HOME ALONE

Copyrighl«:l1990, 1991 Fox Film Music Corporation and John Hughes Songs
All Rights Reserved Used by Permission
Words by LESLIE BRICUSSE
Music by JOHN WILLIAMS

tt ±- Ei-.~._. ~ ·~-i---f2~-i:;l.
Gently and with simplicity

- .- . ....~~--~.--.~-.-~
- I:J2[
-:E-~=];~-tt~-~-- . .­ . .
r=~ -~~-~ ~~ J;~~----~~-~

Can - dIes in the Will dow, shad ows paint - ing the ceil ing,

-~
c FErn F DmC Am
- -~ ====----===-- -===-- -_._-­
---_~c-::£. f;~J£~=~----+ -~-

rr ~_2if
.~~-~-

f- ~~~E-~

gaz ing at the fire glow, feel - ing that "gin - ger - bread"

&-;-__~-_~~t_~c~_~-~fi=R-~.oE...--~·~~i.--J
feel ing. Pre cious mo - ments, spe - cial peo pIe,

~ Am Dm G C F Em

~~~ 1'-£-- W~¥ J-W~fj


hap - py fac - es I can see. Some - where in my mem 'ry,

~_~ p~ __
=-=T~~===~_g==::§
.Dm G ___
____.=~~
F Em

- it ----J.~ -~~~
Christ - mas joys all a - round me, liv - ing ill my mem 'ry,

~~=i=~J-~~--;#f ~ .~

all of the mu - sic, all of the mag - ic, all of the fam - 'ly

~.F
G C

~ J =t==========-=f--
home here
.

with
--+--.
1""""""'-­
~c.r- ~ - -~
~.---------------------------
137
STILL, STILL, STILL

Copyright © 2002 by HAL LEONARD CORPORATION


Salzburg Melody, c.1819
International Copyright Secured All Rights Reserved
Traditional Austrian Text

Gently
C Am Dm G7

~ ~
'I Still, _ _
Sleep, _ _
r ~
still, _ _
sleep,
I;.
still,
sleep,
fJ IJ
i•
To
While
sleep
we
is _ _
Thy
]
J =J 1
I
now
vi
His
gil _ _

, J,
C G7 C

J IJ
J~~ J J I~
J J
~ J
will. On Mar y's breast He rests in slum - ber,
keep. And an gels_ come from Heav en _ _ sing - ing,

G7 c

While we __ pray in end less __ num ber, Still, _ still,

Songs of ju bi la tion _ bring - ing, Sleep, sleep,

,
Am Dm G7 C

!
... ~~ IJ J ~
I"

J :J )
~
I;. II
4'
stilL To _ _
\\Dile _
sleep is now His _ _ will.
*
sleep. we Thy vj gil-- keep.

138
SUSSEX CAROL

Copyright © 2002 by HAL LEONARD CORPORATION Traditional English Carol


International Copyright Secured All Rights Reserved

Moderately C G7 C G7

~S 1- I~
=k
=J ---k
J' J -if:) Ij J J J iJ;
1.,2. On Christ mas night, true Christ ians sing, To

4.,5. The King of Kings to us is giv'n, The

7.,8. So how on earth can men be sad, When

10.,] 1. From out the dark ness have _ _ we light, Which

C G7 C G7 C Dm

~J .~ If J J IJ
~.

jJ 1 :11 7.
IJ. J p
hear the news_ the an gels bring, 3. News of great
Lord of earth __ and King of Heav'n; 6. An gels and
Je sus comes _ to make us glad? 9. From all our
makes the an gels sing this night: 12. "010 ry to

G7 C F

~ ~- J ii- J J Ij. I J. ~.
2J
II

J
joy and of_._ _ great mirth, Tid ings
men _ _ with joy may sing Of blest
sins _ _ to set us free, Buy ing
God, _ _ His peace _ _ to men, And good

,
C

J.
G7

J ]J IJ jf-
F G7

J ).
C

I).
, S3I

of our dear Say ior's birt~


Je sus. their new born King.
for us our lib er ty.
will. ey er more! __ A IDeo."
139
SUZY SNOWFLAKE

Copyright © 1951 by Chappell & Co. Words and Music by SID TEPPER
Copyright Renewed and ROY BENNETT
Intemational Copyright Secured All Rights Reserved

Bouncy
C C#dim Om
1\ ,..
F ~ J ~
E
~ .".
, ' " If.
~v.".

tJ
-l
..., -l
.., -
.~

~ I •I J ~
Here comes Su zy Snow flake, dressed in a snow white
Here comes Su zy Snow - flake, soon you will hear her

G7 Om G7 C
~
" - -
,...
r I~ J
r F ~.
~ II­
u,' F j
~ o
gown, Tap, tap, tap - pin' at your win dow pane to
say, "Come out ev - 'ry - one and play with me I

e-
tell you she's 10 town. have - n't long to stay.

, J
J J J J
F C

J Ir ~ I] ~ ~ ~
~
J

If you wan - na make a snow man I'll help you make one,

,] J
F

~ •I . . =j
IJ
•I J J •~ -
IE
one. two, three. If you wan - na take a sleigh ride,

07 G7 C C#dim

the ride's on me." Here comes Su zy Snow flake,

,
Om G7 Om G7 Om G7

;
kXJk
~~
~
at her
~
tum -
]
blin'
0
down.
Ir r r F r J­
Bring - ing joy to ev - 'ry

C Om G7 C

e-~
girl and boy. Su zy s come to town. _ _ _ __
140
THIS CHRISTMAS

Copyright © 1970 by Universal Music - MGB Songs, Kuumba Music Publishing and Crystal Raisin Music
Copyright Renewed
Words and Music by DONNY HATHAWAY
All Rights for Kuumba Music Publishing Administered by Universal Music - MGB Songs and NADINE McKINNOR
International Copyright Secured All Rights Reserved

Moderately
c Am

11 ~. ~.
(1.,4.) Hang
(2.) Pres
all
ents
~ J§j
the mis
and cards
- tle
are
J
toe. _ _
J IJ
here. _ _
I'm
My
gon
~. ~
world
na
is
J ~ J
get
filled
to
with
know
cheer
J3

you
and
(3.) Piano solo ad lib.

Bp Am G7

bet ter ___________ this Christ mas.


you ________________
this Christ mas.

~ Cmaj7 Am

J
And
~.
as
ID J J yl j
we trim the tree, _ _ how much
j j j ~ ~
fun it's gon - na be
J 3to ­
And as I look a round __ your _ _ eyes out - shine the town; they

BP Bp Am G7 Em

~J geth
do,
-
Jer
~ I~ d J J j I~ ~
this
this
Christ
Christ - mas.
mas.j
The fi - re - side
~ .~
is
~-

blaz - ing
.~'J .~ "-"

bright._
Solo ends

A7 Dm G7

~~J p? 1'[ :F
j. ~ ~

7.Plr;r; r J1J
r iT z E2f7J

We're car - 01 - in' through the night and this

BP7

~~
F

Christ - mas
~.
~ r Ir
will be
z j}
a
r r r r

ver - \' spe cial


4

, F

b d·
B~

~
"J
(Instrumental)
Em Am

:fJ J
E~

~
F B~

J J J Ii J.
C

lOd all
Mer ry Christ - mas:-'

F BP Em Am EP F BP c
~-
'iF
--­ (Instrumental)
FJ j... J J J flif JJ J=~
Shake your hand, shake your hand
J II
F BP Em Am EP F B~ C

-w--, l----i2g7 J J J J J J I!~J==~::::::~~j3J~J~J£J?9~~,-,,~II~


now. (Instrumental) Wish your broth - er mer ry Christ - mas_

F B~ Em Am EP F BP c

~I~A
.....
FJ J
t J
• J J J II J.
II j
. I
1 ~J J J fIt 1II __
(Instrumental) all 0 - ver the land_

F B~ Em Am E~ F B~ C

ttl-J ....
....
--.
...

now.
I
I
-=
til­

Ir.strumt'flIaJ I
... ..
~
J J ... II i
-61-'
~
134
SILVER BELLS
from the Paramount Picture THE LEMON DROP KID

Copyright© 1950 Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC Words and Music by JAY LIVINGSTON
Copyright Renewed and RAY EVANS
All Rights Administered by Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, 8 Music Square West, Nashville, TN 37203
International Copyright Secured All Rights Reserved

Smoothly C C7 F

~~
Cit - Y side - walks, bus - y side - walks dressed in hoI - i-day style in the
street lights, e - ven stop - lights blink a bright red and green, as the

G7 F/C C

W air there's
shop - pers
ftj ~ J.
a
rush
feel
home
ing
with
:m
of
their
Christ
treas
-
j
mas.
ures.
~
~ t
~
Chil- dren
Hear the

C7 F

t J J ~ J W; J J ~
laugh - ing,
snow crunch,
peo - pIe
see the
pass - ing,
kids bunch,
meet - ing
this is
smile
San -
af
ta's
ter
big
smile,
scene,
and
and
~
on
a ­

Wta
G7 C

1=F ~/ ,~. m ,:EEE--,---------.


ev - 'ry
bove all
street
this
cor - ner
bus - tIe
you
you
hear:
hear:
_
_ ! Sil - ver bells, _

F G7 C G7

t m'==tr~·~-~
sil- ver bells, _ it's Christ - mas time III the ci t - y.
~,@t-----------+--t

C F G7

t m.@f---------·~ ==tr~.~

Ring - a - ling, _ hear them ring, _ soon it will be Christ - mas

-J
II C
0 . '??f-'0 ---'-- ,--------.-----------, ,,
G7 11
2
C
I

.~ 0·/:=1>0' I ~
122
o LITTLE TOWN OF BETHLEHEM

Copyright © 2002 by HAL LEONARD CORPORATION Words by PHILLIPS BROOKS


International Copyright Secured All Rights Reserved Music by LEWIS H. REDNER

Slowly
C F C/G G7 C

f-:-----. OS
0 lit - tle town of Beth - Ie - hem, How still we_ see thee lie; A ­
For Christ IS born of Mar y, And gath ered_ all a - bove, While
How SI - lent - ly, how si - lent - ly The won-drous _ gift is giv'n! So
0 ho - ly Child of Beth - Ie - hem, De - scend to __ us, we pray; Cast

A7 Dm C/G G7 C

~ J J J m J ~ ~ ~ ~. ~

bove thy deep and dream - less sleep The si - lent_ stars go by. Yet
mar - tals sleep, the an - gels keep Their watch of __ won - d'ring love. 0
God im - parts to hu - man hearts The bless - IllgS_ of His heav'n. No
out our sin and en - ter in; Be born Ill __ us to day. We

E N.C. E C

~ J J J
III thy dark streets
M shin
J
eth
M
The
J J
ev - er - last - ing
~.
light;
E
The
morn - ing stars, to geth er Pro - claim the ho - ly birth! And
ear may hear His com ing, But III this world of sin, Where
hear the Christ - mas an gels The great glad tid - ings tell; 0

F C/G G7 C

~ J Q
hopes and fears
~ J ~ ~ J J. jij.
of all the years Are met III thee to - night.
~

prais - es sing to God the King, And peace to men on earth.


Copyright © 2002 by HAL LEONARD CORPORATION French Words by PLACIDE CAPPEAU
International Copyright Secured All Rights Reserved English Words by JOHN S. DWIGHT
O Holy Night Music by ADOLPHE ADAM

t;od~raWlY J.
o ho
m,=}
ly night!
~, ~.
are bright - ly
m; J. m. ~

shin ing, it is the


The stars

~ I l~~ 9 :s
G7

J? ~.
C

, Ii J m j.
night of the dear Sav - iour's birth. Long lay the

F C Em B7

t! ~,=,~ world_ in sin and er - ror pin


~ Eq ~
ing Till He ap - peared and the soul felt its

Em G7 C

4m J ~
~. p. ~-j.
~
J.
worth.
J
A thrill of hope the wea - ry world re - joic es,
~
For

G7 C Am Em

~ J J ~ ~. ~'={
~

yon - der breaks a new and glo - rious morn, Fall on your knees! _ _ 0

Dm Am C G7

t=F'- hear
~l tE' j i j -r'
_ the an gel voic es!
~
0 night
C' ~

di ­

C F C G7 C

~.
vine!
£
0
m,_
_ night
_J
_
~.
when Christ was
m, born,
J.
_
~

o
G7 C F C G7 C

t=F= nighr
;> "'.'

_
M'
di - \"ine~
~
o night. _ o night
I

di - vine!
1':'\
120
o COME, 0 COME, IMMANUEL

Copyright © 2002 by HAL LEONARD CORPORATION Plainsong, 13th Century


Intemational Copyright Secured All Rights Reserved Words translated by JOHN M. NEALE
and HENRY S. COFFIN

Chant-like
Am F G7 C G

~ f=# r r r ij' r r r ~. r

0 come, 0 come, 1m man u el, And


0 come, Thou Day - spring, come and cheer Our
0 come Thou Wis - dam from on high, And
0 come, De - sire of na tions, bind All

C F Dm Em Am Dm Am E7

~ r8 ran - sam cap - tive


ij'
Is
r J ~.
ra el,
r
That
ij' J
mourns in
?q
lone - ly
spir - its by Thine ad vent here; Dis - perse the gloom - y
or - der all things far and nigh; To us the path of
pea - pIe in one heart and mind; Bid en - vy, strife, and

Am D7 G Am G C F G7

:fi r ~. r ij' rrr ij' rrr


ex ile here Un til the Son of God ap
clouds ___ of night, And death's dark shad - ows put to
knowl edge show, And cause us in her ways to
quar rels cease; Fill the whole world with heav en's

C G Am Em F G7

:fi. r pear.
~.
r tf' r ij' r r r

flight.
Re joice, re joice! 1m man u
go.
peace.

Am G C F Dm Em Am

t¥. r ~ r 42t ij' F J ~. ~

Int~mationa' Copyright Secured All Rights Reserved Latin Words translated by FREDERICK OAKELEY
Adeste Fideles, O Come All Ye Faithful

Moderately

,I ~
C G C GIB C F C/G G Am

t=F ~ j ~ r---sr r ~ rr I

A - des - te, ft - de les, lae - ti tri - um - phan tes, Ve


0 come, all ye faith - ful, Joy - ful and tri urn - phant, 0
Sing, choirs of an - gels, Sing in ex - ul ta - tion, __
Yea, Lord, we greet Thee, Born this hap - py morn - ing; _ _

G D G C/E GIB C G/D D7 G

~ =r ni - te,
?=¥ r r
ve - ni te
E5ij
in Beth
~
- le - hem.
come ye, 0 come __ ye to Beth - Ie - hem;
Sing all ye cit - i - zens of heav'n a - bove.
Je sus, to Thee _ _ be all glo - ry giv'n.

C/E G7/D C G7/D C GIB C Am Dm/F G

~ r E i r ~ E rr ~. §=F=j
Na
Come
Glo
Word
- tum
and
ry
of
vi
be
to
the
- de
hold
God
Fa -
- te
Him,

ther,
Re - gem
Born
In
Now
the

in
an - ge
King of
the _ _
flesh ap
- lo
an
high
pear
­

-
rum.
gels;
est.
ing:
I Ve

C G7 C GIB C G7/D C GIB C

~ r r r bfni - te a - do - re - mus,
~ ~
ve ni - te
r r==r
a - do -
~
re -
r
mus,
E
ve ­
I

come let us a - dare Him, 0 come let us a - dare Him, 0

G7/D C GIB D7/A G GIF C/E F C/G G7 C

~ r r r ni - te a - do -
~ re -
r =r
mus _ _
~
Do
r'
-
~.
mi - num.
E¥tI

come let us a dare Him, __ Christ the Lord.


114
MY FAVORITE THINGS
from THE SOUND OF MUSIC

Copyright © 1959 by Richard Rodgers and Oscar Hammerstein II Lyrics by OSCAR HAMMERSTEIN "
Copyright Renewed Music by RICHARD RODGERS
WILLIAMSON MUSIC owner of publication and allied rights throughout the world
International Copyright Secured All Rights Reserved

Moderately

Am

~ r r J J S J J ij j
Rain - drops
Cream col -
on
ored
* ros
po
es
nies
and
and
whis
crisp
- kers
ap
on
pIe
kit
strud -
tens,
els,

~ r
J J J S J J ij j
E
bright
door -
cop
bells
per
and
* ket tIes
sleigh - bells
and
and
warm
schnitz
wool
- el
en
with
mit
noo
-
-
tens,
dIes,

Dm G7 C F

~ J E
brown pa
r ~ r J
per pack ag es
~
tied
r r
up with
~.
st~ng, !
wild geese that fly with the moon on their wmgs,

C F Dm E7

~ J J J ~
these are a few
r r
of my
Stt
fa
E
vor
r W·
ite things.
:~

0/1 Girls
E E
m white
ij J J S J J ij
dress es with blue sat in sash
j
es,

t1 E E ij J J S J J ij j
Dm G7 C F

~ J
sil
E
ver
r
white
~
win - ters
r J that
~
melt
r r
in to
~.
spring,

C F Bm E7

~ J J J ~ ~.
r r §' If E
these are a few of my fa vor - ite things.

Am Bm E7

~ E
When
E
the
~
dog
J t!
bites, when
r r the
ijt
bee
~
stings,

, Am

~ r r ~ ~"S ;@
F

~ 4==j
when I'm feel ing sad I sim - ply re

D7

ti mem -
J
ber
r
my
~
fa
r r
vor - ite
ijt
things
r
and

tt
C

r E ~
F

, , I
Dm

-
G7

~.

then I don't feel so

C F c

ISf ~ m'~ SW·--= 21F t t ~


bad.
98
LET IT SNOW! LET IT SNOW! LET IT SNOW!

Copyright © 1945 by Producers Music Publishing Co. and Cahn Music Co. Words by SAMMY CAHN

Copyright Renewed Music by JULE STYNE

All Rights for Producers Music Publishing Co., Inc. Administered by Chappell & Co.

All Rights for Cahn Music Co. Administered by WB Music Corp.

International Copyright Secured All Rights Reserved

Moderately ~ C
G7 c Ebdim

~ I ~~r-------.,r

Oh the weath - er out - side is fright - ful But the fire is so de ­


does - n't show signs of stop - ping And I brought some com for
fi - re is slow ly dy - ing And my dear, we're still good ­

G7 A7 Dm A7 Dm Ebdim

fl J J
tEi=E r r St·

light
pop
bye
-
ful,
ping,
ing, But
And
The
as
since we've no
lights are turned
long as you
place
way
love
to
down
me
go,
low,
so,
l Let it

I
G7 11 e We To next strain We Fine I

~ snow!
~
Let it snow!
~'
Let it snow!
PlF'
It snow!
g1F'
When we snow!
EJ

m
G G#dim Am D7 G

~ fi - nal-ly kiss
E §f-'
good night How I'll hate
~'-'-----'~
go - ing out in the storm! But if

D.S. al Fine
E7 A7 D7 G G7

t=r ~ r I
0
~ r mE' ~
116
NOT THAT FAR FROM BETHLEHEM
Copyright© 1999 SonylATV Music Publishing LLC, Grayson Castle Scngs, Randy Cox Music, Inc. and Bridge Building
All Rights on behalf of SonyiATV Music Publishing LLC and Grayson Castle Songs
Words and Music by JEFF BORDERS,
Administered by SonylATV Music Publishing LLC, 8 Music Square West, Nashville, TN 37203 GAYLA BORDERS and LOWELL ALEXANDER
International Copyright Secured All Rights Reserved

Slowly F

&! kjn-}F~ I F¥l REfI] ~ Jtifw


C

Un-der - neath_ the sta~_ just a sim-ple man and wife. Some-where in _ _ the_ dark,_

~F Am C

j§l]ZJ j J jjJJ JhJ Jt l J :FE J 3-J [j


his words cut the si - lent night: "Take my hand, for the child that you car - ry is God's

~
F G7

~ ~,_,f ~
D7
j
...--- .
J. -9
own.
JftJJ FJ J II J
And though it seems the_ road is long,_ we're

C GfB F/A C/G F C/E

~ Jl J not that
J~J.
far_
J~~
from Beth - Ie -
~ .~
-- J J
hem, where
1-r-
J I ~ ~ ~;j.all our hope_
E

and

F G7 C GfB F/A C/G

'FJ MAil J J~J. JS 11 P} i J j J;

joy be - gin. __ For__ in our arms, __ we'll cher - ish Him. We're

F C/E F G C GfB

~ if-:i- J- ill
not that
-~
far ________
IJ FJ
from _
Jj
Beth - Ie
3 IN J J J OJ

hem," _ (Ah, _ _ __ ah, _ __

~~kj tCJG 3 7lj~ J


ah. Ah,
Jtc; OJ lJ~ j ~,J
ah.) _ _ __
d
C

~;
GfB F/A C/G Dm GfB Am

~:04
~ J=_J ~'_0~
(Ah. ah.) (lnstmmentall
117

F Dm G7 C F

&j r -~ F 7 ) J:J~i I I Jml F] J ] JI


Let us eel e - brate --- as the Christ-mas es go

F Am

--
by, learn to live_ our_ days__ with our hearts near to the Child. Ev - er drawn, ev - er

C/G D7 F

&J jJjJjJI J. J~J


close to the on - Iy love that lasts.
JliJjJjJJJJ.~·1

And though two thous - and _ years have passed,_

~-
C G/B F/A C/G

t All: 1 J .P.
we're_
~ ~
-
not that far_
} I}
from Beth
J. J
Ie hem,
JJJ where
I

F CjE F G7 C G/B

all our hope_ and joy be - gan._ For__ when our still

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MELE KALiKIMAKA
Copyright© 1949 Lovely Hula Hands Music LLC
Copyright Renewed
Words and Music by
All Rights Controlled and Administered by Lichelle Music Company R. ALEX ANDERSON
All Rights Reserved Used by Permission

Brightly
C

Me - Ie Ka - Ii ki ma ka is the thing to say, _ on a

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bright Ha wai - ian Christ - mas day.~ _ _ _ _ __

That's the Is land greet - ing that we send to you, _ __ from the

land where palm trees sway. _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __

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say :\ler - t:" Christ mas to you. ___________


100
LITTLE SAINT NICK

Copyright © 1963 IRVING MUSIC, INC, Words and Music by BRIAN WILSON
Copyright Renewed and MIKE LOVE
All Rights Resented Used by Permission

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way up north where the air gets cold, _ there's a
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tale a bout Christ - mas that you've all been told. _ _ And a
walk a to bog - gan with a four - speed stick. __ She's
half a doz - en deer _ _ with _ _ Ru - dy to lead. He's

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101

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102
MARCH OF THE TOYS
from BABES IN TOYLAND

Copyright© 1992 by HAL LEONARD CORPORATION By VICTOR HERBERT


Intemational Copyright Secured All Rights Reserved

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104
A MARSHMALLOW WORLD

Copyright © 1949, 1950 Shapiro, Bernstein & Co., Inc., New York and Music Sales Corporation
Copyright Renewed
Words by CARL SIGMAN
International Copyright Secured All Rights Reserved Music by PETER DE ROSE
Used by Permission

With motion
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marsh
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mal
mal
low world
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time for play, _ _ it's a whipped - cream I
sun is red like a pump kin head, _ _ it's

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wait for it the whole year 'round, Those are

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spring is late?_ In win - rer iI's a marsh mal - low world.
106
MERRY CHRISTMAS, DARLING

Copynght © 1970 IRVING MUSIC, INC. Words and Music by RICHARD CARPENTER
Copyright Renewed and FRANK POOLER
All Rights Reserved Used by Permission

Moderately
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Greet - ing cards have all been sent, the Christ - mas rush is

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a spe - cial one for you. Mer - ry Christ - mas,

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107

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hoI - - day when I'm near to you. The

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lights on my tree I wish you could see, I wish it ev 'ry

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day. The logs on the fire fill me with de - sire

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108
MERRY MERRY CHRISTMAS, BABY

Copynght © 1988 by Arc Music Corporation (8M!) Words and Music by MARGO SYLVIA
International Copyright Secured All Rights Reserved and GIL LOPEZ
Used by Permission

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get. cause !:hat" s when we feU in love. I still re ­


109

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mine. "Ier I). "ler - ry Christ mas. ba - by.


110
MISTER SANTA

e 1954,1955 (Renewed) EDWIN H. MORRIS & COMPANY, Words and Music by


A Division of MPL Communications, Inc. PAT BALLARD
All Rights Reserved

Lively C B7 E7

'tJ J II:F J --I - IF pJ r'tF t - I' r r ¥A

1. Mis ter San ­ ta,


2.,3. (See additional verses)
bring I:: Jsome toys - . bring Mer - ry

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Christ mas to all girls and boys. _ And ev - 'ry night I I'll I
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go to sleep sing ing and dream a - bout the pres - ents you'll be

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prom - ise please,_ give ev - 'ry

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rein -deer a hug and a squeeze. _ I I'll l good, as good can be,
l We'll) be

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Mis -ter San ta don't for get me. _ _ Mis ter

Additional Verses

2. Mister Santa, dear old Saint Nick 3. Mister Santa, we've been so good
Be awful careful and please don't get sick We've washed the dishes and done what we should.
Put on your coat when breezes are blowin' Made up the beds and scrubbed up our toesies,
And when you cross the street look where you're gain'. We've used a kleenex when we've blown our nosies.
Santa, we (I) love you so, Santa look at our ears, they're clean as whistles,
We (I) hope you never get lost in the snow. We're sharper than shears
Take your time when you unpack, Now we've put you on tbe spot,
~lister Santa don't hurry back. Mister Santa bring us a lot..
111
MISTLETOE AND HOllY

Copyright © 1957 Barton Music Corp.


Copyright Renewed and Assigned to Sergeant Music Co. and Barton Music Corp.
Words and Music by FRANK SINATRA,
All Rights on behalf of Sergeant Music Co. Administered by WB Music Corp. DOK STANFORD and HENRY W. SANICOLA
All Rights Reserved Used by Permission

Medium Bounce

C G7 C D#dim Dm7 G7

Oh, by gosh, by gol- ly, it's time for mis tIe - toe and hoi Iy, _ __
Oh, by gosh, by jin gle, it's time for car ols and Kris Krin - gle, _ _
Oh, by gosh, by gol- ly, it's time for mis tie - toe and hoI - ly, _ __

To COd.. 11 I
C D#dim G7 Dm7 G7 C

, rr~ tast - y pheas-ants,


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Christ - mas pres - ents,
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coun - try-sides cov-ered with snow.

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over eat - ing, mer ry greet-jngs from_ rei - a - tives you don't

fan - cy ties an' gran - ny's pies an'

, C
11

know.
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trim, you'11 hear voic - es by star light _ _ sing -ing a yule tide

CODA

,: hymn.
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folks steal in'
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a kiss or
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112
THE MOST WONDERFUL TIME OF THE YEAR

Copyright © 1963 Barnaby Music Corp.


Copyright Renewed 1991
Words and Music by EDDIE POLA
International Copyright Secured All Rights Reserved and GEORGE WYLE

Brightly, in one Om

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time _________
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It's the most won .. der .. ful of the
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most won der .. ful time _________ of the

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the
all, _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __ with those
yeM. ____________________
There'll be

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4·ill=-pw kids
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jin gle
day
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and
and
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hap hap pi est sea son of

all. There'll be

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scar y ghost sto ries and tales of the glo ries of

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most won - der - ful time of the

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year. ____________
94
JOY TO THE WORLD

Copyright © 2002 by HAL LEONARD CORPORATION Words by ISAAC WAITS


International Copyright Secured All Rights Reserved ~\l~\" ~'l ~E(J~(~E~~\~E~\<::'"f:>..~~'C.\.
Arranged by LOWELL MASON
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Joy to the world! The Lord is come; Let
Joy to the earth! The Say ior reigns; Let
No more let sins and sor rows grow, Nor
He rules the world with truth and grace, And

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earth
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ev 'ry-­ heart pre pare __ Him __ room. And


fields _ and _ _ floods, rocks, hills __ and _ _ plains, Re -

comes _ to _ _ make His bless ings __ flow Far


glo ries _ _ of His right eous ness, And

,
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heav'n and na - ture _ sing, And _ heav'n and na - ture _ sing, And _
peat the sound - ing_ joy, Re peat the sound - ing_ joy, Re
as the curse is __ found, Far_ as the curse is __ found, Far_
won - ders of His _ love, And _ won - ders of His _ love, And_

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95
LAST CHRISTMAS

Copyright © 1985 by Morrison-Leahy Music Ltd.


Words and Music by
Published in the U.S.A. by Cheppell & Co.
Internationel Copyright Secured All Rights Reserved GEORGE MICHAEL

Slowly and freely


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p~p

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tears still catch __ my eye. Tell me, ba by,


and your soul__ of ice. _ _ __ My god, I thought you were

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do you rec - og - nize_ me? Well, it's been a year. It


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shoul der to cry _ _ on. A face on a lov - er with a

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fire
it
in
up
his
.~
and
heart,
P$
sent it
2

a
If
Em

with
man
E
a
un -
r
note
der
Am

coy
~
say
- er
.~ ~I
ing,
but
-_ .........

]
_-_

"I _ _
you
... ­

Am AmfD Dm

r 'F
, Em .......

~E
E
love
E ~r r
you." I meant
me _ _
rit.
Ifrgr
Now _ _ I know __
E
what
rtf F'
a fool_
'I
tore a part.

Dm G7

'iF 00,
r F~E
I've been._
E E
But if
now
r
you
I've
IF
kissed
found a
E
me
real _ _
.' ......
J 'E
now _ _
E E
know you'd
love. You'll nev - er
rJ
97

2
D.C. al Coda

&! J
fool
~ 3
me a -
lJ
gain.
l :il J ~
fool
3
me a -
tJ
gam.
(with repeat)

l ?l

.­&=p
CODA

~. l z ~ Ir E r
C
~ 3 ~ ~]
cia!. A face on a lov - er with a

Em Am Em Am

&FF r c'-r
fire in his heart, _
7 }
a
I r U ~ J ] ~ I Fr Er'-r ~
man un - der cover but you tore him a - part._

&7 f j DIm iF ~ ~ Om ~ I ~ I ~_7-E-E-r~~p-·-~r--fj-


May - be next year I'U give it to some one, I'll

&E E E r~p r
give it to some - one
p?I:'p J
spe cial,
z r
spe
rl'ot~
cial.

P r.' --
Im~ p
, I
....

~rF . j
Some - one,

~ AmfD

r E r- + -
G7 Repeat ad lib. and Fade

i
Dm

I P F~lm=;;=z=:;::::~:::::+=1r==:E~E:==~r=:=xp==r==:~::::::=r:1 E ~ ~ :11
some-one. rll give it to some one. ru give it to some one spe
92
"liNGLE BELLS

Copyright © 2002 by HAL LEONARD CORPORATION Words and Music by


International Copyright Secured All Rights Reserved J. PIERPONT

Lively
C F

- Dash - ing
rr
thru the
~f--o~
snow, In a one - horse
rr
0 - pen
I
()

sleigh,
Bells on bob - tail ring, _ Mak - mg spir - its bright, what

Dm I ~7 C

~ J r E r I 0
~ C r r ()

:~
O'er the fields we go, Laugh - ing all the way.
fun it is to

[2 G7 c c

~~__
c _C_~EE [#_0 t ~ -----+-------i
rr
ride and sing a sleigh - ing song to - night. Jin - gle Bells,

~ F r ~ r ro S
()
go r ro
~
Jin - gle Bells, Jin - gle all the way! Oh, what fun it
90
"liNGLE-BELL ROCK

Copyright © 1957 by Chappell & Co. Words and Music by JOE BEAL
Copyright Renewed and .IIM BOOTHE
International Copyright Secured All Rights Reserved

Moderately
C C#dim

Jin - gle - bell,


§=F'----tmf---W-tm
jin - gle - bell, Jin - gle - Bell Rock jin - gle bells
J ~

swing and

Dm G7 Dm G7

m
Dm G7

~ ill
jin - gle bells
j
ring
~
snow - in' and blow - in'
~
J
up bush - els of fun

Dm G7 C

~ ~ iE j
Now the jin - gle - hop has be - gun.
~
Jin - gle - bell,
~r
jin - gle - bell,

C#dim Dm G7

~ Jin - gle - Bell


J
Rock
~ J
jin - gle bells chime
j
in
~
jin - gle - bell
j
time,

Dm G7 Dm G7 D7 G7

~ mm ~I--Jl----tl-6+1>------~

91

C F F#dim

~ E'
air.
czr
What a
Ip r
bright _
V'~'r
time_
U Ip r
it's the right _
v'~'F'
time_
VI

to

C C7 F

~ ~ ~ r ~

r E2:F Ip
-

I j. v'~F
..

F c:J
rock the night a way, jin gle - bell time _ is a

D7 G7

~ r' --s-~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ­ ~
I
V'~r I¥ 4iP= Ir t
swell time to go glid in' in a one horse sleigh.

~ E2F F
Ef r In • ~
j
In ~ ,.
~ ~
Gid - dy up, jin gle -horse pick up your feet jin - gle a - round the

,
A7 F Fm D7 G7

n IJ F r r r r Ibn r
r It
ui) ~
I
clock; Mix and min -gle in a jin - gl - in' beat that's the Jin - gle Bell

1 2
C
D7 G7 D7 G7 C

Rock. that's the jin - gle -bell thar's the Jin gle -Bell Rock.
118
o CHRISTMAS TREE
Copyright © 2002 by HAL LEONARD CORPORATION Traditional German Carol
International Copyright Secured All Rights Reserved

Moderately
C G7 C G7

~ 0
[E' 14
Christ - mas tree,
rr
0
teo t!4 r ~ f
Christ - mas tree, You stand in ver - dant

C G7 C

f=t r beau ty!


J
0
[E' ~
Christ - mas tree,
C
0
teo tJjf
Christ - mas tree,
r
You

G7 C

~ £ C r a r C g F f' D I

stand in ver dant beau ty! Your boughs are green in

G7 C G7

t=r J
sum - mer's
C'
glow,
P 00 J C'
And do not fade
P §:'
in WIll -
r
ter's
F
snow.
J
0

C G7 C G7 C

~ ~. ~ ~ r §L' ~ r I~ ~ Fr ~ i==tl
84
IT CAME UPON THE MIDNIGHT CLEAR

Copyright © 2002 by HAL LEONARD CORPORATION Words by EDMUND HAMILTON SEARS


International Copyright Secured All Rights Reserved Music by RICHARD STORRS WILLIS

Slowly C F C F C CIE

~ It
~
came
r
up
Stt
on
r J the
~
mid
J ~
night clear,
J
That
Still through the clo yen skies they come With
Yet with the woes _ _ of sin and strife The
And ye, be neath _ _ life's crush ing load, Whose
For la, the days _ _ are has t'ning on, By

F D7 G G7

~
~

J
glo
r r rious
~ song
r of
E eC?
old,
It J
From
peace ful wings _ _ un furled, And
world _ _ hath suf fered long; Be
forms _ _ are bend ing low, Who
proph et bards fore told, When

C F C F C CIE

~ an
r
gels
Stt
bend
r J ~
ing near
J ~
the earth
J
To
still their heav'n ly mu sic floats O'er
neath the an gel strain have rolled Two
toil a long the climb ing way With
with the ev er Clr cling years Comes

F Dm G7 C

t1 touch
all
J ~
their
the
harps
wea
J J
of
ry
~ ..=

gold.
world.
W E
"Peace
A
thou sand years of wrong; And
92
JINGLE BELLS

Copyright © 2002 by HAL LEONARD CORPORATION Words and Music by


International Copyright Secured All Rights Reserved J. PIERPONT

Lively
C F
.
~~j rr ~ IJ r r r :~
R:=~

-~+ EE- W
Dash - ing thru the snow, In a one - horse 0 - pen sleigh,

Bells on bob - tail ring, ___ "-_.- - .. Mak - ing spir its bright, what

Dm
,.
\1
I G7 C
l
--?JJI
~ ~ I r"-=f;2J 0 It ~ r r n

O'er the fields we go, Laugh ing all the way.

fun it is to

[2

I G7 C C

~§ ~ ~ @=i rr I ~. ~ II: r r2Jt


ride and sing a sleigh - ing song to - night. Jin gle Bells,

~ r r r :JJJ r ~ r· ~
!n Ir r r· ~ !
Jin - gle Bells, Jin - gle all the way! Oh, what fun it

c r:-- G c:
1
2
G7 C

~ is to ride in a one horse 0 - pen sleigh! Oh. one - horse 0 - pen sleigh.
JOllY OLD ST. NICHOLAS •
Copyright@2002byHALLEONARD CORPORATION
Intemational Copyright Secured All Rights Reserved
Traditional 19th Century A-.en::ar =--

Lively

C G7 Am Em

rrrr r
'i Jol - ly
When the
John - ny
Old
clock
wants
Saint
is
a
If f
Ni cho - las,
strik - ing twelve.
pair of skates;
IS
Lean
When
Su
r r r Ir
your
I'm
sy
ear
fast
wants
this
a
a
way!
sleep,
dolly;

F c G7

Don't you tell a sin - gle soul What I'm going to say;

Down the chim - ney broad and black, With your pack you'll creep;

Nel lie wants a sto ry book; She thinks dolls are folly;

, r r r r If
C G7 Am Em

Christ - mas Eve is


r r
com - ing soon;
Ie
Now you
r r r Ir

dear old man,


All the stock ings you will find Hang - ing In a row;
As for me, my lit - tie brain Is - n't ver - y bright;

,
F C G7 C

~ ~ ~ ~ IJ ~ cJ ill!
II
Whis - per what you'll bring to
r Ie
me: Tell
J
ill!

me if you
IF
can.

Mine will be the short - est one, You'll be sure to know.

Choose for me. old San - ta Claus. What you think IS right.

124
ROCKIN' AROUND THE CHRISTMAS TREE

Copyright © 1958 (Renewed 1986) 81. Nicholas Music Inc., Music and Lyrics by
1619 Broadway, New York, New York 10019 JOHNNY MARKS
All Rights ReselVed

Lively

'I J J J J
C G7

Rock - in' a - round


J IJ
the
DJ
Christ - mas tree __
J J Ir J J
at the Christ mas par -
n
ty
'-'
hop, _
I

t- '-"u
In
Mis tie - toe
~
r r
hung where
IJ A'~r
you can see_
.~ I
ev - 'ry

,
c

~ I~ ~ J 10 I~ J ~ ~ ;;j
cou pIe tries to stop. Rock - in' a - round the

G7

~ ~
Christ - mas
~"~
tree,_
'= ~
let the
J Ir
Christ - mas
~
spir
~ I
J J J,-,u
it ring, _ _

~ ~ ~ ~

l;j ;Ej I~ I~
r r A"'r .."
Lat er we'll have some pun - kin pie and we'll do some car 01

C F

~& ing.
IJ
You
I~
will
~
get
~
a
IJ
sen -
J J
ti
J
men tal
125

Em Am

~r feel ing
~ ~
when
~
you hear
a
Ir r r r
voic es sing ing,

D7 G7

~r "Let's
~
be
r r
jol ly.
Iv
Deck
'7 '7
P~
the halls
I
~
with
I~
boughs
~
of
r
hoI - ly."
~

C G7

~ ~ ~ ~
Rock - in'
~
a - round
~
the
I~ ~~
Christ - mas tree.
Q ~ ~
Have a
Ir
hap
~
py
J
hoI -
n i
v
day._
I

~u IB IJ n'-'f B
I

'-"
Ev

'ry - one
r r
dane - ing mer ri - ly in the
I

11 C 12

~ : ,J ~
J I). I :II J I ,2 t

new old fash ioned way. new old

~ J I ~ I I n' ---­ TIr I II


fash ioned way.
86
11" MUST HAVE BEEN THE MISTLETOE
(Our First Christmas)

e Copyright 1980 Songcastle Music (ASCAP) and Cat's Whiskers Music (ASCAP)I By JUSTIN WILDE
both admin. by ICG and DOUG KONECKY
All Rights Reserved Used by Permission

Moderately
%C CIE

~ ~ j ~ § ~

~S D Ii '........,'
'=" D IJ ~ j\..,(

f1

It must have been _ the mis tIe toe, __ the la - zy fire, _ . the
must have been the mis - tie toe, __ the la zy fire, _ the
F FIG

~ ~ ~ J
~ fall ing
\ ..../
snow, _
~
the mag - ic
~
in _ _
~
~
the frost - y
~ .. j
air, _
\ '

that
D If'
feel
b'
ing
fall - ing snow, _ the mag - ic in _ the frost - y air, that made me
C Gm

, E[ r t p Ii,......~~j) PIJ W j J p I~r p"E r! j


ev - 'ry -where. It must have been _ the pret - ty lights that glis - tened _ in the
love you. On Christ -mas Eve _ a wish came true, _ that night I _ _ fell in

Bb/C F Dm To Coda -$- C/G

, EEl"'r D IL E I L ~ ,-,r p Ir
r F---p -.-----r~
""""r--, J t'
si - lent night,_ or may be just_ the stars so bright _ that shined a
love with you._ It on - ly took one kiss to know, it

,
F C Dm G7

~' f' It' ~' ~' ~' Ie fc Cfir' r ~"I

bove you. Our first mas, more than _ we'd been dream - ing of._
Cm F7

&~ t~- ft~ fBI


Old
I r
Saint
II
Nich
lue'
'las
IE P-prr
had his fin - gers crossed,_
FIG G FIG C

~' g IF P OJ ~' D Ii
~ jJ $J
* that we would fall
CIE
in love. __ * It could have been_
....
the

~ ~
~ ~
§ § ~ j j


......
-t.
......
• -<. FI J ' ...... ' D I
hal - i-day. __ the mid - night ride __ up - on a sleigh. _ the
F FIG

4J J J)
coun - try side
DI J J J) DI
all dressed in white,_ that
r
era
F' Ire
zy snow - ball fight.
rl D

It
C Gm

~ J J J,_,~ ~ I ~ J J,_,~ ~ I~~ ~ E ~

could have been _ the stee pIe bell _ _ that wrapped us up with ­
B~/C F Dm FIG


4 ~ E~'$t
in
G
J
its
D IF P
spelL _
C
It on - ly
r
took
D IE E J~"'r
one
F
kiss to know,
D
it
If
C
must have

been the mis -tIe - toe. Our first Christ mas,

Dm G7 C Fm B~7

~~.
4F f'r r ! IF'
more than _ we'd been dream
r fir-1m-
ing of. _ _ _ _ _ _ __
J' I
Old
I r o

Saint

Cm FIG

~
F7

Ib~. I~ P Ebr: r I J' 1 PIr ~ r r r~1

Nich 'las must have known that kiss would lead to all of this._
CODA

~.
G D.S. al Coda
* FIG

~ t"
0

~o
J DII 1 ~
It must have been the
C C/E Dm G Am

4ELL
mis - tle - toe!
J' ~. 1 ~.
It must have
t" ~.
been
1 p I r r r J.
the mis - tIe - toe!

Dm FIG C

4 J' J DI
It
r
must
co
have
~
t:\

been
1
the
p I r r r J.
mis - tie toe!
- I

88
IT'S BEGINNING TO LOOK LIKE CHRISTMAS

e 1951 PLYMOUTH MUSIC CO.. INC, By MEREDITH WILLSON


e Renewed 1979 FRANK MUSIC CORP, and MEREDITH WILLSON MUSIC
All Rights Reserved

%C

'r j. ¥fa J JtJ.


Moderately 3 F C

~ ~
It's be gin - ning to look a lot like Christ mas,

, F' ev
~
'ry -
E7

r'
where
p I ~.
you
F

go.
A7

{ Take
~.
There's
19

a
a

~Dm
G7 C

~, ~~
~

r=~ 3
r r I
EEr
~, IfiJ ~f ~

3
look in the five and - ten, glis - ten - ing once a - gain, with
tree in the grand ho - tel, one in the park as well, the

, r' -- G

can
~
dy
~.
canes
--j r
and
D7

sil
f E'
ver lanes
r a
Dm

1[7
glow.
~ ""..

'p
G7

7 J. 14
It's be ­
sturd y kind that does n't mind the snow.

,j gin - ning
j ~ #J.
to look
~ ~
a
F

lot
F
like
C

IF
Christ -
J,
mas.
-

, C·
{ toys
soon
v
in
the
ev
E7


bells
v Id.
'ry
will
F

store.
start,
A7

But
And
-. -
¥

1IIe
::::i!lr!

,Dmr f' r r· --J


D#dim

~. Il~
C

­
A7

~ I~' Tt
pret
3
ti - est sight to see
r is the
Ir
hoI
! Iy that
E' ~
will be on your
thing that will make them ring is the car 01 that you sing right with ­

To next strain 112


1[C .c I
~n;i
G7

r'
--.....
I r-
I
--..... , Fine

* I
~
own
in
r
front
your
I
door.
'E :;~
~
A

pair
d~
of

'~

heart.

E7 Am E7 Am

d-
~

';1
-'rFtcEFb'brEcrtt b
3 3 3 3 3
E~

7
*
Hop a long boots and a pis - tol that shoots is the wish of Bar - ney and Ben.

D7 G D7 G

'C r Fb' Fr c Ere r r Ie 1 E rr


3 3 3 3
§ 2 ~

Dolls that will talk and will go for a walk is the hope of Jan - ice and Jen. And

,y tt
~Iom and Dad
;t: -
.:"3!l
~'
h.ml
-
t E· ly wail
~-
for
I J.
school
#3 J.
lO start
~ J J. ~a
a - gain. Ifs
D.S. al Fine

be­
II

82
I'VE GOT MY LOVE TO KEEP ME WARM
from the 20th Century Fox Motion Picture ON THE AVENUE

© Copyright 1936, 1937 by Irving Berlin Words and Music by


© Arrangement Copyright 1948 by Irving Berlin
Copyright Renewed IRVING BERLIN
International Copyright Secured All Rights Reserved

Bright jump tempo


CfE EPdim Dm

t I W ~-J----------j~
The snow is snow - ing,
J ~

the wind
J

is
can't re mem - ber a worse De

AmfF~ B7

J F' ~I,
blow ing,
J S
but I
J
can
~
weath er the storm._
cern ber; just watch those ci des form._

t­ . . I. ., ­
= W rr
What do
J ~
I
Dm

care
G7

how

J g
What do I care if

i¥J much
J J J~o~
it
ci
may
des
storm?
form?
._____0

CfE Dm G7 11 C

t 0/ J.
I've
~
got my
~
love
J J ~~

to keep me warm.

Om G7 1 c

iL---------,:If------­
t; Off
~'------FF 3f
with my o - ver - coat, _ _ off
p ~

with my glove._

=J­ A7 Dm E7 A7

i 3} : t?Jt---} g.
I need no
~ W,-,J
o - ver coat, __
d
Dm G7 C~

t' J
I'm
1- J S~'
bum - ing with love.
J~
My heart's
1=­
on

EPdim Dm G7

t F+J fire, _
g4j
the flame
AI grows
tFJ high - er.
it
So

tj AmjF#

I
j
will
~
B7

weath - er
j
the
4"1'
storm.
n'= ='j
_

t'-p
Dm G7

g J
What do I
~
care
j
how
~
much
F1 Sa
it --­ may storm? _

t~o___ I
..____0 r,C~ J J4
I've got my

tJ Dm
J J J i@!~
G9 C

8¥= f ~
love lO keep me """arm. ----­
--------
80
I'LL BE HOME FOR CHRISTMAS

© Copyright 1943 by Gannon & Kent Music Co., Inc., Beverly Hills, CA Words and Music by KIM GANNON
Copyright Renewed and WALTER KENT
International Copyright Secured All Rights Reserved

Moderately
C Cdim G7 C

~I r· r ~.
r ~ J,d<o ~, ~
I'll be home for Christ mas, You can

Gm A7 Dm
Fm G7

=f!r plan
~ o

on me.
~
~. t ~.
Please
~.
have snow
~

and

C GIB Am D7 G7

~ J.
mis
1=ij'
tIe toe
r
And
~
pres
r
ents
~.
on
r
the
I n,
tree.
.............
;Z

C Cdim G7

~=d. t W· r ~.
r ~ J.2,0
Christ mas Eve will find me

C Gm A7 Dm

~ J.
Where
~.
the love
Fj
light
n
.............
gleams.
~
----
- ~.

I'll
r
be

Fm C A7 Dm G7 C

tf· ~ 0 ~. ~ r Sf r n'
c

1 0
I:il:
68
HERE COMES SANTA CLAUS
(Right Down Santa Claus Lane)

© 1947 (Renewed) Gene Autry's Western Music Publishing Co. Words and Music by GENE AUTRY
All Rights Reserved Used by Permission
and OAKLEY HALDEMAN

,3,
Moderately, in 2 (n = ~ l' )

f--------­
()

Here comes San - ta Claus! Here comes San - ta Claus! Right down San - ta Claus Lane!

~ @ ~ ~ J :J
~ :J ~
r;x He's
- en
got
and Blitz
a bag
- en
that
and
is
all
filled
his
with
rein
toys
- deer
for
are
the
pull -
boys
ing
and
on
girls
the
a
He does - n't care if you're rich or poor, for he loves you just the
He'll come a - round when the chimes ring out; then it's Christ - mas mom a

C7 F F#dim C/G A7 Dm G7
r--3--,

~ 0

rein.
gain.
tPF r ~
Bells are ring -
Hear those sleigh
ing,
bells
chil - dren
jin - gle
J ~ ~
sing - ing,
jan - gle,
all
what
is
a
mer - ry and
beau - ti - ful
same. San - ta knows that we're God's chil - dren; that makes ev - 'ry - thing
gain. Peace on earth will come to all if we just fol - low the

C F F#dim C/G A7

~ 0
bright.
sight.
t?
Hang
Jump
F
your
in
r
stock
bed,
- ings
cov
~
-
and
er
say
up
r
your
your
J
pmy·'S.
:J
J'cause
head,
right. Fill your hearts with a Christ - mas cheer,
light. Let's give thanks to the Lord a bove,

1-3 14

D~~=C======G=7=======..~~=C============j[I
1

~~
---?-_.
70
A HOllY JOllY CHRISTMAS
Copyright@1962, 1964 (Renewed 1990, 1992) SI. Nicholas Music Inc., Music and Lyrics by
1619 Broadway, New York, New York 10019 JOHNNY MARKS
All Rights Reserved

Moderately C C#dim

'I iJ II: r r r rl J
G7

j P IJ J J iJ I '-'
u
Have a hoI - ly jol - ly Christ- mas, it's the best time of the year._
hoI - Iy jol ly Christ - mas, and when you walk down the street __

1
C#dim G7 C G7

, r r ~.
I don't know
)11 J J 1 lTl J~ J J .t~ Ij
if there'll be snow but have a cup of
'-'
cheer.
m
* -­ Have a
Say hel 10 to friends you know and

:2

I G7 C F Em

, J ~ J~ JJ IF J. D IF J ;J
&
ev - 'ry one you meet. Oh, ho, the mis - tie - toe

, JJJ
F C Dm Am

~ Ef J. J I~ )) I j ~
hung where you can see. Some bod y waits for you,

, J J J #$1F3 JfJ r r r r J --m

D7 G7 C

I I j
kiss her once for me. Have a hoI - Iy jol - Iy Christ - mas, and in

, J lJ~rr F iJ J 3 IJ J J r I

C#dim G7 C

~ ~ ~
case you did - n't hear,_ oh, by gol-ly, have a hoI - Iy jol - ly

,
D7 G7 C

].d I ~, -so; n'"


..c:-'
~.

Christ
F
IT
* mas this y~.--------------
71
I HEARD THE BELLS ON CHRISTMAS DAY

e
Copyright 2002 by HAL LEONARD CORPORATION Words by HENRY WADSWORTH LONGFELLOW
International Copyright Secured All Rights Reserved Music by JOHN BAPTISTE CALKIN

Slowly
C C#dim G7 D#dim

41J I J. #)1
c
J J I J.

-k-
Jl J #~

1. I heard the bells on Christ mas Day Their


2. I thought how, as the day had come, The
3. - 5. (See additional verses)

,J
C G7 C F C

~ I J. *~ J J I J.

r r
(

J1 J J
old fa mil - iar car ols play; And wild and sweet the
bel - fries of all Christ ten dom Had roll'd a - long th'un

, J.
E7 Am C F C G7 C

~
J J IJ J J II
t.. t..
)1 IJ.
)1 J
words re - peat Of peace on earth, good will to men.

bro ken song Of peace on earth, good will to men.

Additional Verses

3. And in despair I bow'd my head:


"There is no peace on earth," I said,
"For hate is strong, and mocks the song
Of peace on earth, good will to men."

4. Then pealed the bells more loud and deep:


"God is not dead, nor doth He sleep;
The wrong shall fail, the right prevail,
With peace on earth good will to men."

5. Till, ringing, singing on its way,


The world revolved from night to day,
A voice. a chime. a chant sublime,
Of peace on earth. good v.ill to men!
72
(There's No Place Like)

HOME FOR THE HOLIDAYS

© Copyright 1954 Roncom Music Co, Words by AL STILLMAN


Copyright Renewed 1982 and Assigned to Charlie Deitcher Productions, Inc, Music by ROBERT ALLEN
and Kitty Anne Music Co,
International Copyright Secured All Rights Reserved

Moderately C C7 F C G7

'I J J lid Oh, there's no


JJ
place like
I r
home
F J IJ J J-JJ ~
for the hoI - days; _ _ 'Cause no

, J #J
C A7 D7 G7 C

j IJ ~ JJI I~ ~ J IJ
j J !

o~
mat - ter how far a way you roam, When you pine for the

F C D7 G7

, E ~ F J Ir J j ,Zj5J r r IF J J ~
sun shine of a friend - ly gaze, ____ for the hoI - days you

C F

, J J J J I~ It J J J IJ r r Fir r ~. pI

can't beat home sweet home, I met a man who lives in Ten - nes - see and

C G7

~ r he was
F J Ij
head - in' for
J 3 IJ J #3 J IF J J 3 I
Penn - syl va nia and some home - made pump - kin

C F

~ pie,
t1 J J J I J r r Fir ~ ~. piE r F J I
From Penn - syl - va nia folks are trav 'lin' down to Dix - ie's sun - ny
73

c G D7 G7

~ shores; From
] J Ir r rEI r E r' .DI] ] ] J ;
At Ian tic to Pa cif - ic, gee, the traf fic IS ter-

C F C

~ J J J J I;]
rif - ie, Oh, there's no
J J Ir
place like home
r
for the
J IJ J ;]
hoI - 1 - -----
days _ _

G7 c A7 D7 G7

'-"
~
'cause no mat ter how far a - way you roam, _ _ _ __ If you

C F C D7

~ J JJ Ir r r •I IE J JO: r r

want to be hap - py in a mil lion ways For the

G7 II C G7
I
~ r J
hoI
J
- i-days
~
you
IJ J
can't beat
~
home, sweet
J e-
home,
~
IJ l J
Oh,
~
there's
:II

2
c

can't beat home, sweet home. ___________


74
I HEARD THE BELLS ON CHRISTMAS DAY

Copyright@ 1956 (Renewed 1984) St. Nicholas Music Inc., 1619 Broadway, New York, New York 10019
All Rights Reserved
Words by HENRY WADSWORTH LONGFELLOW
Adapted by JOHNNY MARKS
Music by JOHNNY MARKS

Moderately
c C+ F G7 Am

r r IF' p -~
'I ~
I
II: L~+=r IJ
heard
in
the bells
de - spair,
on
I
Christ - mas
bowed my
day,
head,
~
their
"There
old
is
fa - mil
no peace
-
.~

iar
on
1

B7 Em Om G7 GmfE A7

'#J r ~ ~ Iqr .~~


r ~ Ig' ~ F J
car ols play: And wild and sweet the words re - peat, of
earth," I said, "For hate is strong and mocks the song of

,E
Om A7 07 G7 C C+

peace
~
on
r= SF
earth, good
IF'
will
~
to
r
men. I
~ IF'
thought,
~
as
r
now
~
this
peace on earth, good will to men." Then pealed the bells more

, F

~
day
loud
r r
had
and
G7

come,
deep,
~
the
"God
Am

IF'
bel
is
p
fries
not
.~

of
dead,
~
all
nor
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B7

Chris
doth
r
ten
He
-
Em

~
dom
sleep,
had
the
~ j

Om G7 GmfE A7 Dm A7

,qr ~ C ~ ~ I g' ~ r ~ If ~ r r:
rung so long the un bro ken song of peace on earth, good
wrong shall fail, the right pre - vail, With

Om G7 C I 2Dm A7 Om G7 C
1"'.:\ I

'r
will
~ ~
to men.
j
And
:11 f
peace
~
on
C
earth,
r
good
IC'
will
~
to
r
men."
II

75
I SAW MOMMY KISSING SANTA CLAUS

Copyright «:> 1952 by Regent Music Corporation (BMI) Words and Music by
Copyright Renewed by Jewel Music Publishing Co., Inc. (ASCAP) TOMMIE CONNOR
International Copyright Secured All Rights Reserved
Used by Permission

Moderately

C Am Em Am

41J. J IJ J J r
I saw mom my kiss - ing San ta Claus,

C G7

4 J J J
J IJ J J J I U"~~
Un - der
1-
neath the mis - tie toe last night;
~ J

She

C Cdim C

did - n't see me creep down the stairs to have a peep, She

D7 G7

4 • I
thought that
J #J J
I was
I- I]
tucked up
J #J
in my
IF
bed
J JJ
room fast a -
Ij
sleep.
~
Then
J
C Am Em Am

4J. J IJ
I
J J r I r' J J.
saw Mom my tick - Ie San ta
1

Claus,
~

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I II. s;;;: 't'
,=~
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Un - der - neath his beard so snow y white; Oh, what a

F B7 C A7 Dm G7

4 r r r r I
laugh
r' #3 IB J ~2 J Ij
it would have been, If Dad-dy had on - ly seen
J) J.
Mom my

J , ~ 1'r r
C F Fm G7 C

4 J
kiss - ing
TIr ~
San - ta Oaus_ last
II"

nighL
...--­
~ II

76
I WISH EVERYDAY COULD BE LIKE CHRISTMAS

Copyright © 1983 UNIVERSAL - POLYGRAM INTERNATIONAL PUBLISHING. INC


All Rights Reserved Used by Permission
Words and Music by DAVID ERWIN
and JIM CARTER

Moderately slow

C G7 C

pLE! £tj J J
Once a year_ there comes a time when love is in the air. _ _
Fires burn ing warm er e - yen though snow is on the ground._
Chit dren sing_ and_ play while_ they wait for their sur prise._

m C ~ C7

. .~.~ .ij
Ev 'ry - where_ you look,
* you see a
Stars are shin - ing bright - er in the
Their laugh - ter sounds just like a hap - py

F D7

smile. Friend - ly fac es say that


sky. That ver - y spe cial day is a ­
song. If on - ly we __ could see the world_

CjG Am Dm

tJl.-·--H-tt~·~t 1 J!tt~I i
J J§J~J J ]
some - one real - ly cares. I wish it could last __ for
bout to come a - round, __ when God smiles down_ from
through chil dren's eyes, _ _ we would have the spir it of

C/E F G7

, kgl. F--' ~) Ij --~


ji-J $\ I~e .~

ev er, and not just for a ­ while'_j


heav - en and the whole world comes a ­ live. _ _

Christ - mas all the whole year long. _ _

II Ih.3
I I
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~ :11 - Fl.
~
I
F
n.~ I
G7

,
. ~ EE I
I v.ish ev - 'I} day _ _ could be like
77

C Bdim Em

Christ mas, and ev - 'ry night_ like Christ -mas

G/F

~:
Am/G F

- * J A'jt
Eve.
* I wish ev - 'ry could be like

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Am Dm
.
F
Christ - mas,
j. - 2 ;f
and
f IF
I know
RJ
it
-..­
could_
2
;}

if

TOCOda-..

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we would just be - lieve. (Inst rumental)

CODA
D.C. al Coda
-(jtA
~:
(take 2nd ending) C/G C7

lieve. I

G/F

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CjE

~ ~ ll'r' r r IF j.
wish ev - 'ry day
~
could be like Christ mas,

~~
Dm FIG G
.
2 ;f
and
r
I
IF
know
fJJ it
'-'
could_
2
) IJ
if we
J J. )1
would just be ­

C G7 C
t":\

-e­
lie'"e. (Instrumental,
78
I WONDER AS I WANDER

Copyright © 1934 (Renewed) by G. Schirmer, Inc. (ASCAP), New York, NY By JOHN JACOB NILES
International Copyright Secured Ali Rights Reserved
Reprinted by Permission

Gently
Am DmlA Am DmlA

J~ J ~ ~ I~ j fj
'Sl I won der as I wan
L
- der
~
I J!
out un der
~
the
J
sky, how

,
Am

.~
DmlA Am DmlA

~ J ~ IJ J ~ E f !
E f J IE fO
-k­
II
IE I
~
Je - sus the Say ior did come for to die for poor on - 'ry peo pie like

Am A7 Dm elE Dm Am Dm

, ~ f
you and
;=
like
j
I...
)i
I
I J J ~ ~ E f J If
won der as I wan - der
1':\

II

out un
~
der
J J Jj
the sky. When

,
Am DmlA Am E7IG# Am DmlA

~ J~ I~ J ~ J Jl IJ J ~
Ef J
II
~ f :J I

Mar - y birthed Je - sus, 'twas in a cow's stall, with wise men and farm ers and

, E Co,
Am DmlA Am A71E

~ l IJ J ~ E CJ• IE C J II j j JI

shep -herds and all. But high from God's heav en a star's light did fall, and the

Om CIE Om Am Om Am 0.-"
t:'\

~ ~ J~
prom - ise of
~ f J! If ~ J J i
ag - es it then did re - call. If
=1 IS
Je - sus
J~
had want
~ •
.x:
=nr
~

Am E/G# Am Om/A Am

~ ~ J3 J IJ J~ ~ t
k
IE E E J! IE E' t­
an y wee thing, a star in the sky or a bird on the wing, or

Om/A Am A7 Om CIE
t:'\

~ ~
all
J~
of God's
~ E I IE E J- ~
an - gels in heav'n for to sing,
Jl
He
IJ

sure ­ ly
J~
could have
E f J~-
it, 'cause
I

Am Om Am Om/A Am Om/A

~
~-
~ J J Jl IJ J J J E E --j I~ J 3 J )j
He was the King. I won der as I wan ­ der out un - der the sky, how

Am Om/A Am Om/A

~ J ~~
Je - sus the
E E J IE
Sav - ior
!

did come
E'
for
d
! ~
to die
i =1

for
IJ

poor
J~
on 'ry
E
pea
EJFi

pIe like

Am A7 Om CIE Am Om Am

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-+
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t:'\

IIJ
r=--.

8 J. ­
t:'\

I
2J
you and like
!

L

I won - der as I wan - der out un - der the sky.
!'r..

80
I'll BE HOME FOR CHRISTMAS
© Copyright 1943 by Gannon & Kent Music Co., Inc., Beverly Hills, CA Words and Music by KIM GANNON
Copyright Renewed and WALTER KENT
International Copyright Secured All Rights Reserved

Moderately
C Cdim G7 C

'I F' I'll


r
be
1

home
f' r
for
IJ
Christ -
j,0.
mas,
0 Id-
You
a
can

Gm A7 Dm Fm G7

, &r' ~ Io I~, l IJ a I J. ~
~
plan on me. Please have snow and

, J.
C GIB Am D7 G7

a IF' r If f I ~.
I
r 11,
---- --<I

mis tie - toe And pres ents on the tree.

C Cdim G7

'=J l IF'
Christ -
r
mas
1 f'
Eve
r
will
IJ
find
j .d·o
me

,
C Gm A7 Dm

~. a I&F' ~ (J
---.::::::::
3j - I f' r
Where the love light gleams. I'll be

Fm C A7 Dm G7 C

,r home
r 10
for Christ -
IJ J IF
mas. If on -
r
ly
Ir f
in
1
my
(J ,"""'­

dreams.
l'u II

81
IN THE BLEAK MIDWINTER
Copyright © 2002 by HAL LEONARD CORPORATION Poem by CHRISTINA ROSSEnl
International Copyright Secured All Rights Reserved Music by GUSTAV HOLST

Moderately

e Am F

~
'I
c--
J. )1 J IW J ~
12. ~
It' J ~
In the bleak mid WIn ter, frost ywind made
God, heaven can not hold him, nor earth sus
An gels and arch an gels may have gath - ered
What can I give him, poor as I

,
G7 e Am

j, ~ I ~. )1
~

J ~ 12. J1
~

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moan, earth stood hard as i ron,


tain; heaven and earth shall flee a way
there, cher u bim and ser a - phim
am? If I were a shep herd,

,J
F G7 F Am

J I~ ~ ~
wa - ter
when
~
like
he comes
J. til
a
to
) 4'
stone;
reign.
~ I ~.
snow
In
had
the
~~
It'
fall en,
bleak mid
snow
win
on snow,
ter
~ a
throng ed the alr; but his moth - er on ly,
I would bring a lamb; if I were a Wise Man,

e e

,
F G

~
~ ~
~

J J J IJ. I J. J1 J

snow on snow, in the bleak mid


sta ble place suf ficed the Lord God Al
in her maid en bliss, wor shipped the be
I would do my part; yet what can I

Am F G7

win ter. long a - go. Our


might y. Je sus Christ.
lov ed with a kiss.
gi,-e him: give my heart.
82
I'VE GOT MY LOVE TO KEEP ME WARM
from the 20th Century Fox Motion Picture ON l"HE AVENUE

@ Copyright 1936, 1937 by Irving Berlin


@ Arrangement Copyright 1948 by Irving Berlin
Words and Music by
Copyright Renewed IRVING BERLIN
Intarnational Copyright Secured All Rights Reserved

Bright jump tempo

~ c~
EPdim Dm

~
WI J II: J ~
The snow IS snow ing, the wind is
can't re mem - ber a worse De

AmjF# B7

~
blow ing,
~
but I
J
can
I#J #3
weath er the
F'~'I
storm._
cem ber; just watch those ci cles form._

Dm G7

~- ' '(I>
-- TIT r
What
-
J
do
~
I
IJ
care
J
how
J
What do I care if

much it may storm? ___________________________________


form? ________________________________
CI des

[1

~ c; ~. ~ .J IJ J J -:J~-9-.
~ I
Dm G7 IC

d
I've got my love to keep me warm.

12

~.
G7 C

-- J I
~I __-9-____ ___-9­

,; Off
j
with
~
my
Ip
o - ver
r pr'r
coat,_
Ir
off
pJ
with my
#...­
~

glo\ .:

I need no 0 ver coat,_

G7 CfE
, Djm

J. J :J J I cJ. g I; J
I'm bum - ing with love. My heart's on

fire, the flame grows high er. So

~~#
B7

~ F'~--- :S;:<I
]
I
]
will
I~J ~J
weath er the storm.
'(I'

Dm G7

"-r- What
r j -
do
~
I
I]
care
]
how
I~J
much
J
it
~
may
J~ I
storm? _
International Copyright Secured All Rights Reserved AltereO oy \,jt:UH\,jt: VVMII CriCLU
Music by FELIX MENDELSSOHN-BARTHOLDY
Hark the Herald Angels Sing Arranged by WILLIAM H. CUMMINGS

Joyfully
C C/G G C/E F C/G G C

~Im ~. ~ t E rB C' W7 r r I

Hark! The her - aId an - gels sing, _ "Glo - ry to the new - born King;

Christ, by high - est heav'n a - dored,_ Christ, the ev er - last - ing Lord;

Hail, the heav'n - born Prince of Peace! _ Hail, the Sun of Right - eous - ness!

Am C/G D71F# Em DIF# G D7 G

~ § Peace on

earth,
~ F
and mer - cy
r
mild, _
err God and
r f· ~ J J
sin - ners re - con - ciled!"
Late in time be - hold Him come, _ Off - spring of the vir - gin's womb.
Light and life to all He brings, _ Ris'n with heal - ing in His wings.

N.C. C/E G7/B C C/G G N.C. C/E G7/B C C/G G

Joy - ful all ye na - tions, rise, __ Join the tri - umph of the skies; _

Veil'd in flesh the God - head see: __ Hail th'in - car - nate De - i - ty, _ _

Mild He lays His glo - ry by, _ _ Born that man no more may die, __

r
C/G G C

r
F Dm A Dm G7 C

~ r W' E r I~
~.
at r ~
With th'an - gel - ic host pro - claim, "Christ is __ born in Beth - Ie - hem!"l
Pleased as Man with men to dwell, Je - sus _ our Em - man - u - ell
Born to raise the sons of earth, Born to __ give them sec - ond birth.

F Dm A Dm G7 C C/G G7 C

~. s: r W' r=r ij' ~.


~ rr ~
Hark! The her - aId an - gels sing, "Glo - ry _ to the new - born King!"
LA..lJJYflYru \!:1 C:::UUC::: Uy MM.L LC::::VNM.MU ...... VMr-VnM. I IVI" YYUIU;:) uy lJ\JI .. " IVI. '''L-nL.L­
Intemational Copyright Secured All Rights Reserved Music from Piae Cantiones
Good King Wenceslas
Moderately

C G C G F C F G7 C

gt r 1. Good King Wen - ces


r r ~ t=r r
las looked
J ~ J
out On the
q
feast of
~
Ste
~

phen,
2. "Hith - er, page, and stand by me, If thou know'st it, tell ing,
3.-5. (See additional verses)

G C G F C F G7 C

ti When the
rrr snow lay
t=r
'round
r
a - bout,
j ~ J
Deep, and
q
crisp, and
f$ e
~
ven;
Yon - der pea - sant, who is he? Where and what his dwell - ing?"

G7 C G7 Am F C F G7 C

~ rrr Bright - ly shone the


~ rr
moon that night,
~ J
Though the frost
q was
~
cru -
~
el,
"Sire, he lives a good league hence, Un - der - neath the moun - tain,

F E7 Am G7 C F G Am F C

~ ~ ~ r In ~
When a poor man came in sight, Gath - 'ring win - ter fu - el.
Right a - gainst the for - est fence, By Saint Ag - nes' foun - tain."

Additional Verses

3. "Bring me flesh, and bring me wine, 4. "Sire, the night is darker now, 5. In his master's steps he trod,
Bring me pine-logs hither: And the wind blows stronger; Where the snow lay dinted;
Thou and I will see him dine, Fails my heart, I know not how; Heat was in the very sod
When we bear them thither." I can go no longer." Which the saint had printed.
Page and monarch, forth they went, "Mark my footsteps, good my page; Therefore, Christian men, be sure,
Forth they went together; Tread thou in them boldly: Wealth or rank possessing,
Through the rude wind's wild lament Thou shalt find the winter's rage Ye who now will bless the poor,
And the bitter weather. Freeze thy blood less coldly." Shall yourselves find blessing.
Copyright © 2002 by HAL LEONARD CORPORATION 19th Century English Carol
International Copyright Secured All Rights Reserved
God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen

Moderately

Am E7 Am F E7

~t~~·~

God rest ye mer - ry, gen - tle - men, Let noth - ing you dis may, Re ­
In Beth - Ie - hem, in Jew ry, This bless - ed B~e w~ born, And
From God our Heav'n -ly Fa ther, A bless - ed ~-~ came; And

Am E7 Am F E7

~ Jg rr ~ r J mg ~ g I
mem - ber Christ our Sav iour Was born on Christ - mas Day, To
laid with - in a man - ger, Up - on this bless - ed morn; That
un - to cer - tain Shep - herds, Brought tid - ings of the same; How

Dm Am D7

r r
C

W± r r r ~ r ~ J r r
save us all from Sa - tan's pow'r, When we were gone a
which His Moth - er Mar - y, Did noth - ing take in
that in Beth - Ie - hem was born The Son of God by

G C E7 Am D7

J=t l r r ~ rr ~ rrr ~ ~
stray;
scorn, 0 tid ings of com - fort and joy, com - fort and
Name.

G C E7 Am

J=t rr ~ r F r ~ r r r ~. ~

JOY, 0 tid ings of com fort and joy.


54
FROSTY THE SNOW MAN

Copyright © 1950 by Chappell & Co. Words and Music by STEVE NELSON
Copyright Renewed and JACK ROLLINS
International Copyright Secured All Rights Reserved

Moderately

,t ~-Jr-----.ml---F<-------~
C F

r r ~

Frost y the Snow Man was a jol ly hap py soul, _

Frost y the Snow Man knew the sun was hot that day, _

C F C

, Jf-:-----. -@E==="r~r'---ffl=D¥-~I---@j
With a com - cob pipe and a but - ton nose _ and two
So he said, "Let's run and we'll have some fun __ now be -

, J J J §.
G7 C G7 C C7

eyes
fore
made out
melt
of coal.
way."
t F?J
Frost
Down
J.
y
to
n=r
the Snow Man

is a
I a the viI - lage, with a

F C F

=tr fair
broom
r r W·
y
stick
tale,
III
they
his
say, _ _
hand, __
~
He was
Run - ning
made
here
r r
of
and
snow
there
~
but
all
the
a

C A7 Dm G7 C

~ chil - dren
§
know_
"'-/
~
how he came
J J J ~i
to life one day.
J
There
round the square, _ say - in', "Catch me if you can." He

,J§
F C G7 C

r bf J J ~ J J m· §

56
GO, TELL IT ON THE MOUNTAIN

Copyright © 2002 by HAL LEONARD CORPORATION African-American Spiritual


International Copyright Secured All Rights Reserved Verses by JOHN W. WORK, JR.

Moderately
C F c G F c

~ Ef r:J I j Go, tell it on the moun -


~
tain,
I~r ~m
o - ver the hills
r
and
Irjtr~
ev 'ry - where;

Last time Fine

,
F C Am Dm G7 C

~ Ef E; I~ r r If f 0 f I ~. II

Go, tell it on the moun tain That Je - sus Christ is born.

,I r Ir
G C

~ ~. g IC r r' r
shep - herds kept their watch - ing O'er
r If f
si - lent flocks
r by
f I
night, Be ­
I

While
The shep - herds feared and trem - bled When, lor a bove the earth Rang
Down in a low 1y man - ger The hum ble Christ was born, And

,r
D7 G G7
D.C.

~ ~ € IC r r If f r ~ I~ E I
hold, through - out the heav - ens There shone a ho ly light.
out the an - gel cho rus That hailed our Say - ior's birth.
God sent us sal va - tion That bless ed Christ mas morn.
58
GOOD CHRISTIAN MEN, REJOICE

COpyright © 2002 by HAL LEONARD CORPORATION


14th Century Latin Text
International Copyright Secured All Rights Reserved
Translated by JOHN MASON NEALE
14th Century German Melody

With spirit C
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:r J
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Good Chris - tian men, re joice, With heart and soul and
Good Chris - tian men, re joice, With heart and soul and
Good Chris tian men, re joice, With heart and soul and

,
G C G C

J ~ J. IJ
;}J J ~

Jl IJ J.
)1 ).
voice; Give ye heed to what we say:

voice; Now ye hear of end less bliss;

voice; Now ye need not fear the grave;

,
Am F G7 F G
~
l
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J
Jl I) IJ
l

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). ).
J.
)1 Jl J. ';1

News! News! Je
sus Christ is born to - day! Ox and ass be

Joy! Joy! Je
sus Christ was born for this! He hath ope'd the

Peace! Peace! Je
sus Christ was born to save! Calls you one and

,
C Am F G7 C

J
fore Him
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bow,
:r)

And
I:
He
J~ J
is in
Jl
the
~

I)
man
;)1
ger
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now;
J.
heav'n ly door, And man is bless ed ev er - more.
calls you all, To gain His ev er last ing hall.

,~
F G Am G C G7 C

IJ J. -k- l

IJ ~
[h J j) IJ Jl J Jl II
Christ is born to day! Christ is born to - day!
Christ was born for s.
thi' Christ was born for thil
s.
Christ was born to save! Christ was born to save!
59
GOOD KING WENCESLAS

~t © 2002 by HAL LEONARD CORPORATION Words by JOHN M. NEALE

~al Copyright Secured All Rights Reserved Music from Piae Cantiones

Moderately
C G C G F C F G7 C

'I r rrF Ir r j IJ ~ ~ r IF r
1. Good King Wen ces las looked out On the feast of Ste phen,
2. "Hith er, page, and stand by me, If thou know'st it, tell ing,
3.-5. (See additional verses)

,rrrr
G C G F C F G7 C

Ir r j IJ ~ ~ r IF r
When the snow lay 'round a bout, Deep, and crisp, and e ven;
Yon der pea - sant, who is he? Where and what his dwell ing?"

,
G7 C G7 Am F C F G7 C

~ r r r Ir r r IJ ~ ~ r IF r

Bright - ly shone the moon that night, Though the frost was cru el,
"Sire, he lives a good league hence, Un - der neath the moun tain,

,
F E7 Am G7 C F G Am F C

~ ~ ~ f Ir r~ I~ r r r IF ~ n
II
When a poor man came In sight, Gath - 'ring win - ter fu el.
Right a - gainst the for est fence, By Saint Ag nes' faun tain."

Additional Verses

3. "Bring me flesh, and bring me wine, 4. "Sire, the night is darker now, 5. In his master's steps he trod,

Bring me pine-logs hither: And the wind blows stronger; Where the snow lay dinted;

Thou and I will see him dine, Fails my heart, I know not how; Heat was in the very sad

When we bear them thither." I can go no longer." Which the saint had printed.

Page and monarch, forth they went, "Mark my footsteps, good my page; Therefore, Christian men, be sure,

Forth they went together; Tread thou in them boldly: Wealth or rank possessing,

Through the rude wind's wild lament Thou shalt find the winter's rage Ye who now will bless the poor,

And the bitter weather. Freeze thy blood less coldly." Shall yourselves find blessing.

60
GRANDMA GOT RUN OVER BY A REINDEER

Copyright © 1984 by Kris Publishing (SESAC) and Elmo Publishing (SESAC)


Admin. by ICG
Words and Music b\j
All Rights Reserved Used by Permission RANDY BROOKS

Moderately bright

Chorus

&IJJJJJJJ lila. -IJEBJ3 J 31


Grand-ma got run 0 - ver by a rein-deer walk-ing home from our house Christ-mas

,j Eve.
: IJ333J33J11J, I
You can say there's no such thing as
C

San - ta,
'f:}1
but

To Coda" Verse

G C BP F C

'JiJJJJJJ IIJ - II J]JJJJI


as for me and Grand - pa, we be lieve. 1. She'd been drink - ing too much
2.,3. (See additional lyrics)

, ; J. - II J
,.
J ~
III
J J J Ij ­
egg - nog and we begged her not to go,

C7 F G

-:}=-,-;J J J J I-) J J j: J IJ J J J J -3 I
-11---,- ,
~
but she for - got her med - i ca - tion, and she stag -gered out the door in - to the

~c Am Em

=3 snow.
- II JJJJJJI}J.
JJJ
When we found her Christ - mas mom ing
::
61

G7 C C7

~ * iJJJJJIJ at the scene of the at - tack,


- ~ JJJ]]]!

she had hoof-prints on her

1st and 2nd time D.C.


~ F, G C 3rd dme D.C. at Coda

;3. # JJIJJJJJJJJIJ # - ~

fore- head, and in - crim - i-nat - ing Claus marks on her back.

CODA

'J -
-. C G C

lieve.
I]:J]:J]] J
Grand rna got run 0 - ver by
~ 1
a

~ ~ j.
rein - deer
- I~
walk - ing
~ J~ J
home from our
~ J J IJ
house Christ - mas Eve.
l

C G

You can say there's no such thing as San - ta, but as for me and Grand - pa, we be­

fj
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rl"l"\
~
........
1""'10.

- II
fI
II
II
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Additional Lyrics

2. Now we're all so proud of Grandpa, 3. Now the goose is on the table,
He's been taking this so well. And the pudding made of fig,
See him in there watching footbalL And the blue and silver candles,
Drinking beer and playing cards with Cousin Mel. That would just have matched the hair in Grandma's wig.
If s not Christmas without Grandma. I've warned all my friends and neighbors,
All the family" s dressed in black. Bener watch out for yourselves.
And we just can' t help but wonder: They should never give a license
Should we open up her gifts or send them back? To a man who drives a sleigh and plays with elves.
Chorus Chorus
62
HAPPY HOLIDAY
from the Motion Picture Irving Berlin's HOLIDAY INN

© Copyright 1941, 1942 by Irving Berlin Words and Music by


Copyright Renewed IRVING BERLIN
International Copyright Secured All Rights Reserved

Moderately

F Gm

~Ir- .r I r
.......
r· J• I r· l'
~

~.
~

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o

-1
Hap py hoi - i-day, hap py hoi - i day.

C7 F C7

While the mer - ry bel1s keep ring - ing, may your ev - 'ry wish come

,
F Gm

~.
true.

Hap
.r Ir l' r l{
py hoi - i day,
~

r- .; c· l' r~'1
hap - py
I
hoI - i-day. _ _ __

C7 F C7

May the cal en - dar keep bring ing hap - py hoi i-days to

F G7 C Dm

~. you.
j. ~
Hap py
IJ. 0J'"
hoi - i-day, _ _ _ __
~. j. ~
hap py
I J. 0d.." ;/1

hoi - day. _ _ __

G7 C G7

~. j.~IUJ F§ J J IJ J j ~
While the mer - ry bells keep ring - ing, may your ev - 'ry wish come

C Dm G7

~. true.
j. ~ I flJ,UJ
Hap py hoi - day, _ _ __
j. ~ Ifld..ad.

hap - py hoi i-day. _ _ __


~
May the

,UJ
C G7 C

r Ir ~ j.~IJJj J IJ. ~ II
cal - en - dar keep bring - ing hap - py hoi i-days to you.
63

==
HARK! THE HERALD ANGELS SING

C 2002 by HAL LEONARD CORPORATION Words by CHARLES WESLEY


.at Copyright Secured All Rights Reserved Altered by GEORGE WHITEFIELD
Music by FELIX MENDELSSOHN-BARTHOLDY
Arranged by WILLIAM H. CUMMINGS

Joyfully
C C/G G CIE F C/G G C

'I ~ C C' P Ir rrr IE ~ ~.


~ IC rr
Hark! The her - aId an - gels sing, "Glo ry to the new born King;
Christ, by high est heav'n a dored, Christ, the ev - er - last ing Lord;
Hail, the heav'n born Prince of Peace! _ Hail, the Sun of Right -eous ness!

,
Am C/G D7IF# Em DIF# G D7 G

~ C C·
P Ir C C IE ro
r r P IF ~ ~ J
Peace on earth, and mer - cy mild, _ God and sin ners re - con ciIed!"
Late 10 time be - hold Him come, _ Off spring of the vir - gin's womb.
Light and life to all He brings, _ Ris'n with heal ing in His wings.

N.C. CIE G71B C C/G G N.C. CIE G71B C C/G G

&E E t r IF r r r It r t r IF FFr I
Joy ful all ye na tions, rise, Join the tri umph of the skies; _
Veil'd in flesh the God head see: Hail th' in car - nate De - i ty, _ _
Mild He lays His glo ry by, Born that man no more may die, __

F Dm A Dm G7 C C/G G C

, f f f r Ir F F IF U r' p I r F t
With th'an
Pleased as
Born to
gel - ic
Man with
raise the
host
men
sons
pro - claim,
to dwell,
of earth,
"Christ
Je
Born
is __ born
sus _
to __
our
give
in
Em
them
Beth
man - u
Ie

sec - ond
hem!"
ell
birth.
!

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Hark!
~E ~
The her - aid
Dm

Ir
A

C ~
an - gels
Dm

sing.
G7

-"
Ir EJ
"Glo - ry _
C

~.

to
pI r r
the
C/G

new - born
G7 C

r
King!"
II
64
HAPPY XMAS
(War Is Over)
© 1971 (Renewed 1999) LENONO.MUSIC and ONO MUSIC Words and Music by JOHN LENNON
All Rights Controlled and Administered by EMI BLACKWOOD MUSIC INC. and YOKO ONO
All Rights Reserved International Copyright Secured Used by Permission

Moderately %C Dm

j.
'2 r C riD J i- }\r[Flr
So this is X - mas and what have you done?

X - mas and what have you done?

G7 Dm G7 C
-

~ ~ ~ l­
l

Jlcrrl~r I" Il Jl l [ Gte IJ


An - oth er year over, a new one just be - gun;
An - oth er year o - ver, a new one just be gun;

C7 F Gm

~ ~rrfl~r I- Il DC
r ]I" IF" ~"
And so this is X mas, I hope you have fun
And so hap py X - mas, we hope you have fun

C7 F
b C

E ~ E If f
~ vtECIVr

the near and the dear ones
I" Il D
the old and the young. _ _ ~
•J l'
the near and the dear ones the old and the young. _ _

,
F7 Bb C

l J~ r r hi [I D~(-r Il ~U C ~ ~
j Ir"
A mer - ry, mer- ry X - mas_ and a hap - py New Year,

To Coda-$- F

,
Gm Bb

I~
~ ~ ~" ~~
ifJ~
J 3 I J"
l D E ~F J
j >
"="'"
(
Il
let's hope it's a good one with out an y fear.

,
G7 C F C Dm
~
l }\tjf ~ ID ~ l" Il .YE f ~ I r" l"

A.nd so this is X - mas for weak and for strong


(War is 0 ver if you
65

,
G7 Dm G7 C
~

l J1 C E j ID
-1fI
r l' Il :br [ E~ Ir'
the rich and the poor ones the road is so long.
want it war is 0 ver now.)

F B~ Gm

, l D
And
E E E 0r
so, Hap - py
1

X - mas
l' Il D c E fi
for black and for
IC'
white
l'
(War is 0 ver if you

C7 F C7

, l ErE
for the yel low and
~~g
IV
red ones
~ l' Il D
E~E I[
let's stop all the
FJ
fights. _ _
l'
want it war is 0 ver now.)

,
Gm F7 B~ C

l J) r r Erl D~(~r Il ~UC r-~


:f I r'
I
A mer ry, mer ry X mas _ _ and a hap py New Year,

D.S. al Coda

, er
Gm B~ F G G7
;s .--m••
l D jm_
It I:bJ J. .I~ m_ 1)J ~ _. 3IJ.
\...,'_ Il i
let's hope it's a good one_ with out an - y fear. And so this is

CODA

-$- F G C F C Dm

­ r' I r' r'


'J fear.
I C'
War is 0 ver
If #C'
if you

G7 C G7 Dm C
f:\

, C' C' IC' r' I J, r' IC' ro IC' C' II

want it war is o - "'er now.


66
HARD CANDY CHRISTMAS
from THE BEST LITTLE WHOREHOUSE IN TEXAS
Copyright© 1977, 1978 DANIEL MUSIC LTD, and OTAY MUSIC CORP,
Words and Music by
Copyright Renewed

All Rights for the United States and Canada Controlled and Administered by UNIVERSAL MUSIC CORP,
CAROL HALL
All Rights Reserved Used by Permission

Moderately F C

'I J~- !If}lJ-j?g~J * P * ~


Hey, may - be I'll dye my hair,_ may-be I'll
Hey, may-be I'll learn to sew,_ may-be I'll

~ --=--=--) 3 ]
~ ci g I - iJ 12 iJ
EJ

J- -J~.J - V~-~iJ=:--
move
just
some
lie
---
where._
low.__
May - be
May - be
I'll
I'll
get
hit
a
the
car,__
bars,__
may - be
may - be
I'll
I'll

G7

,.~£ H,_,dWHI ±'


drive
. so far__ they'll all lose
A7

track.
­ 1
Om

Me, I'll
G7

bounce right
count the stars __ un til the dawn. Me, will go

C F C

~-* J»-8 FIg



*
back.
1-
May-be I'll sleep real late,_
* i1 gl

may- be I'll
on. May-be I'll set - tIe down,_ may- be I'll

Om

~
1:: ~:

j
-
it J~ j J J~J i J,~

g~J
1

lose some weight._ May - be I'll clear the junk, __ may - be I'll
just leave town. __ May - be I'll have some fun, _ _ may - be I'll

, G7

j
just
J ~-~ ~
get
f'"

drunk_
, ,

on
i J IJ
ap - pIe
A7

wine.
-
Dm

Ij
Me,
J J 9
I'll
G7

be just I
]

meet some - one __ and make em mine. Me. I'll be just'


67

~.
F/C G7/C

j j~J<j J£ ~.

J J J J 1££ J
W I 1 Ji
fine and dan dy. Lord, it's like a hard can dy

~
F
C Em

J~I:}Jg3JIJ
j
.~<.
~ 1]1~ J J J JI
Christ - mas. I'm bare - ly get - ting through to - mor row, still won't let

To Coda -+-11 C G 12 C

~ J J J 3 J 3,-,J
-I

: J 4 g :11 J ­ 1

sor row bring me way down. __ I'll be _ _

CODA

~F -
D.C. al Coda
-+-~ C
G
I J
II _ _J £
"
I'll be

F/C

~;
G7/C

~ o Oit: r £ ~ ~ ~ ~
j 1£ r ~. pI
fine and dan dy. Lord, it's like a hard can dy

C Em F

Jcrff1t' o tiP F'


to - mor row,
r F Fr
still won't let
1

Christ-mas. I'm bare ly get - ting through

~ r
;
C F

sor - row
Ft r
bring me way
nlr
down. __
- 1- J 81

I'll be

C F C
r':\

~. ~ ~ J 9 It' I

fine. * ru be__ fine. *


t=€ when
on
J
they
ly
j
placed
paused
j
it
a
ij r r ~ F r J
on
mo -
his
ment
head he
when _ _
be
he
- gan
heard
to
him
dance
hoI -
a
ler,

G G7 C

toround.
j
Oh,
~
Frost
j.
y
m r
the Snow Man
C ~

was a
I

"Stop!" For Frost - y the Snow Man had to

F C F

~ live
F
as
r
he
fflW·
could be,
~ F r ~
And the chil - dren say he could
hur ry on his way, _ _ But he waved good - bye say - in'

C A7 Dm G7 C

~ g § '-"
~ J j J ij. t :~
laugh and play _ just the same as you and me.
"Don't you cry, __ I'll be back a - gain some day."

c G7

~~j~j@jjffl-o-

Thump - et - y thump thump, thump - et - y thump thump. Look at Frost - y go.

~~~-.E1I

Thump - et - y thump thump, thump - et - y thump thump. o - ver the hills of snow.
52
THE FIRST NOEL

Copyright © 2002 by HAL LEONARD CORPORATION 17th Century English Carol


International Copyright Secured All Rights Reserved Music from W. Sandys' Christmas Carols

Moderately
C G C F C F

~-.~~~~p~-@j

The_ First _ No el the_ an - gel did say Was to


They _ look ed __ up and_ saw _ _ a star Shin -ing
And_ by _ the_ light of _ _ that _ _ same star, Three _
This _ star _ drew _ nigh to _ _ the _ _ north - west, O'er _
Then _ en tered _ in those _ wise _ _ men three, Full_
Then _ let _ us _ _ all with _ one _ _ ac cord Sing _

C F C F G7 C G7 C G7 C

~----------p~ J:sf ~-jml----~. ~

cer - tain poor shep - herds in fields as they lay; In __ fields _ _ where _
in ___ the East __ be yond_ them far, And _ to _ the_
wise __ men came_ from coun try far; To_ seek _ _ for a
Beth Ie hem __ it took __ its rest, And_ there _ _ it _ _
rev 'rent - ly _ _ up on _ _ their knee, And of fered _
prais es to ___ our heav'n ly Lord, That _ hath _ _ made _

G C F C F C F C F G7

~ jf------§w-----pJWf------§w----pJW ~
they lay _ keep - ing their sheep On a cold win - ter's night _ that
earth it _ _ gave __ great light, And _ so it con tin - ued both
king was _ their __ in tent, And to fol low the star _ _ wher
did both _ stop _ _ and stay, Right _ o - ver the place _ where
there in __ His _ _ pres - ence Their _ gold __ and myrrh _ and
heav'n and_ earth __ of naught, And _ with __ His blood _ man ­

C G7 C G7 C Am Em C F

~~jm-~. ~~~f----AA

was _ _ so deep.
day _ _ and night.
ev - er it went. el, _
No No el, No el, No
Ie sus lay.
frank in - cense.
kind __ hath bought.

C GIB Am Em F C F G7 C G7 C

~ j. ~ r ~ kr ~ :J J§§

53
THE FRIENOLV BEASTS

Copyright © 2QQ2 by HAL LEONARD CORPORATION Traditional English Carol


International Copyright Secured All Rights Reserved

Tenderly
G7

~ ~
~
C G7 C

1. Je sus our broth er kind and good Was


2. "I," said the don key shag - gy and brown, "I
3. (See additional verses)

,
F G7 C

~ ~ Ib • ~ I~
~ -.~
I~ ~ J

hum bly born in a sta ble rude, And The


car - ried His moth er up hill and down; I

,
F C G7 C

~
Friend
car - ried
ly
J
His
I~
Beasts
moth er
~
a
to
Ij
round
Beth - le -
.
Him
hem
I I~,
stood,

town."

,
F C Am Dm G7 C

~ ~ ~ I~ J Ij I II
Je sus our broth er kind
J
and
..g'
good.
"J," said the don key, shag - gy and brown.

Additional Verses

3. "I," said the cow all white and red, 5. "I," said the dove from the rafters high,
"I gave Him my manger for His bed; "I cooed Him to sleep that He would not cry;
I gave Him my hay to pillow His head." We cooed Him to sleep, my mate and I."
"I," said the cow all white and red. "I," said the dove from the rafters high.

4. "I," said the sheep with the curly hom, 6. Thus every beast by some good spell,
"I gave Him my wool for His blanket warm; In the stable dark was glad to tell
He wore my coat on Christmas mom." Of the gift he gave Emmanuel,
"I:' said the sheep with the curly hom. The gift he gave Emmanuel.
52
THE FIRST NOEL

Copyright © 2002 by HAL LEONARD CORPORATION 17th Century English Carol


International Copyright Secured All Rights Reserved Music from W. Sandys' Christmas Carols

Moderately
C G C F C F

~I J: 0 Ij.
The_
J3D Ij ;-J IF r J Ij ;-J I
First No el the_ an - gel did say Was to
They _ look ed up and_ saw _ _ a star Shin -ing
And_ by the_ light of __ that _ _ same star, Three
This star drew _ nigh to _ _ the _ _ north - west, O'er_
Then _ en tered _ in those _ wise _ _ men three, Full_
Then let us __ all with _ one _ _ ac cord Sing _

C F C F G7 C G7 C G7 C

~rr cer tain


J I] J
poor shep herds in
r IF
fields
]
as
J Ij
they lay;
fO Ij. JiS I
In __ fields _ _ where
in _ _ the East be yond them far, And to the
wise men came from coun try far; To seek _ _ for a
Beth Ie hem __ it took __ its rest, And_ there it
rev 'rent ly _ _ up on _ _ their knee, And of fered _
prais es to _ _ our heav'n ly Lord, That hath made

G C F C F C F C F G7

~ j
they
;S
lay_
it _ _
IF
keep - ing
r J Ij
their sheep
;S
On a
IF
cold
r
win - ter's
J I] J
night _
r
that
earth gave __ great light, And_ so it con - tin ued both
king was _ their __ in - tent, And to fol - low the star wher
did both _ stop _ _ and stay, Right 0 - ver the place _ where
there in __ His _ _ pres - ence Their gold __ and myrrh and
heav'n and earth _ of naught, And_ with His blood _ man ­

C G7 C G7 C Am Em C F

~r was _ _
] J
so
Ij
deep.

f'j Ij. J1D Ij EJOf Id J


day and night.

ev er it went.

) No el, No el, No el, No


Je sus lay.

frank in - cense.

kind __ hath bought.

,
C GIB Am Em F C F G7 C G7 C

j. J I] J ] J
el.
IF
Born
r
is the King _ _
r
of
IF
Is ra
Ij
el.
II

42
DECK THE HALL

Copyright © 2002 by HAL lEONARD CORPORATION Traditional Welsh Carol


International Copyright Secured All Rights Reserved

Joyfully

,f Jf--:----~"------J
C G C G7 C

1. Deck
'Tis
o

the hall with


the sea - son
~ J J J
boughs
to
of
be
hal
jol
- ly,
ly,
~.

Fa
Fa
la
la
la
la
la
la
la,
la,
mla
la
2.,3. (See additional verses)

, J
G7 C G7 C G

J J :~. § J ~o ~ J
la la lao
la la lao Don we now our gay ap - par reI,

C Am G D7 G C G

~ m
Fa _ _ la
@=r ~
la _ _ la la
J j
la la,
~o
Troll

the an -
J
cient

,J
C F C G7 C

Yule -
J J J ~.
tide car 01, Fa la la la la,
m
la la
J J

la lao
~

Additional Verses

2. See the blazing Yule before us, Fa la la la la, la la la lao


Strike the harp and join the chorus, Fa la la la la, la la la lao
Follow me in merry measure, Fa la la la la la la,
While I tell of Yuletide treasure, Fa la la la la, la la la lao

3. Fast away the old year passes, Fa la la la la, la la la lao


Copyright © 2002 by HAL LEONARD CORPORATION French Carol
International Copyright Secured All Rights Reserved

Ding Dong Merrily on High


With spirit

,I r
C F G7 F G7

r ~f----------. ­ ~ W r r F

1. Ding dong mer - ri - ly on high in heav'n the bells are


2. E'en so here be - low, be - low, let stee pIe bells be
3. (See additional verse)

C F G7

t1 ring
swung
-
-
r
ing.
en,
~
Ding
And
r r!
dong
i
ver
0,
- i
i
-
-
I !
ly
0,
the
i
;§.
-
sky
0,
J
IS
by

Chorus

F G7 Em Am

, J r
C

riv'n with an
r r - gel
~
sing -
r wf'
ing. ~
~

Glo

priest and peo - pIe sung en.

G7 Em Am Dm E7

wi~~'~' ~

Am Dm G7 C F D7 G7 C

~' ~. m ffiht r r kt
ri - a, Ho - san - na in ex - cel -
r
sis!
:~

Additional Verse

3. Pray you, dutifully prime your matin chime, ye ringers;


May you beautifully rime your evetime song, ye singers.
Chorus
44
DO THEY KNOW IT'S CHRISTMAS?

Copyright © 1984 by M. Ure and B. Geldot Words and Music by M. URE


All Rights Administered by Chappell & Co. and B. GELDOF
International Copyright Secured All Rights Reserved

Moderately F G7 c

~ ~
It's Christ - mas - time,
- - JJJ31JJJ ~
there's no need to be a - fraid._
I

F G7 c

~
......
, ~ ;11 J1J 0&) JJIWJJth
~jJ JlI 7 J
At Christ - mas time, * we let in light and we ban-ish shade. __

F G

, t 7
-k -'"
~ J1 r pIF 7 r DIOl r'~'Er j
And in our world _ of plen - ty we can

,
C F Dm
_...
fiJ IJ aIr 00

til!!!!!lo~

D
spread a
r pr
smile _ of joy
l 7 JJ
Throw your arms_
~=r
a - round the world_

G C F

~~' 'r- JJD F P I" - Dr D Ir ­


at Christ - mas - time._ But say a prayer,

G C F

, l 7 JJr Fr IrI trl


to pray for the oth - er ones
pIr t Dr pIr
at Christ mas - time.
f 7 DI
It's

G c F

&~. fj F riP Efe 9r


hard. but _ when you're hav - ing fun ______
fE cr Ir ~ ~ r r~1

there's _ a __ world out side your win ­


45

G c F

'tPczrlr J
~

r czr
7

f rEc
a- I I

dow, _ and it's a world of dread and fear _ where the

Dm G C

~r t:zr 'p f' ID ~ Jtl ~ Ip f'


e.

P J*
on ly wa ter flow - ing is_ the bit - ter sting of

,
F Dm7 G

~ pPp J
tears.
I czr
And the
Ip
Christ-mas
r bells that
r DaR ring _ _ there _
I
c:r
are the
I

, P f*
C F Dm
-=­

clang -ing
r AaJ
chimes of doom.
7 f
Well,
~ If f
to - night thank
~
God
f
it's
~ 'I
them _

G C F

~-'f* D f* DI()
J

in stead of you.
I­ I n Ir
And there won't
c:t

be
EtAI
.~~

snow_ in Af

G c
.

~
p-]]

---i ""'",i) r ~

Jij;';)
jI[=:J J ~
~
~ I
~
ri - ca _ _ this Christ mas - time, the

F G C

, ~r great est
DOD
gift _
r*
they'U
ID
get
J ~~J @J
this year_ is life. _
I 7 D
Oh.
I

46

Om C F G C

~. rr r I ~ J. j) F ~ t~ * r Ir F ~ J .%1

Where noth - ing ever grows, _ no rain or riv - ers flow,_

F Om G7 C F C

~ - I F r r J IF r Do they know it's Christ - mas - time


r u Il~ at __ all?
­

Am G Am G

&r r r [J IF r [J rib
Here's to you, raise a glass for ev' ry - one; here's
b b EJ IF b §r r

to them un - der - neath that bum - ing sun.

F C
F G7 C F C

~ E r r ~ If r r Uln ~
IJ ~~
J
I~ Ej
Do they know it's Christ mas - time at _ all? (Instrumental)

Om G7 C F C F C Om G7

~ ~ ~ J J II: t
Feed
r
the
IF
world._
~ I~ ~
(Instrumental)
~
J IJ ~ ~ J
:II

C F C F Am Om G7 C

~ ~
Feed
r
the
IF
world,_
~ If ~
let
f
them know it's
r IE ~
Christ - mas time
Er
a
I~
gain.
r

Feed the

F C F Am Om G7 C
~

~ ~ If ~ f r IE r f r I 1r
n' ~
I l II
world. Let them know it's Christ - mas - time a gain.
47
FELIZ NAVIDAD

Copyright @ 1970 J & H Publishing Company (ASCAP) Music and Lyrics by


Copyright Renewed JOSE FELICIANO
All Rights Administered by Stollman and Stollman olblo J & H Publishing Company
International Copyright Secured All Rights Reserved

Moderately
~ Dm G7 C

~t 7 .tJr
~ cr II: n " j.J , .Pr EJ 10,3<J J1r cr l
~

7
----k­

Fe liz Na-vi - dad. Fe -liz Na-vi - dad. Fe liz Na vi

1
Dm G7 .C

~ ~. iiP=
dad.
~ ~ ~
I~~~~.I
Pros-pe ro a - no y fe Ii
a Ie
- ci - dad.
'-" ~
I~ 't lr U: II

Fe -liz Na vi

2 To next strain 3 Fine


C C

~ 7 ~
I
rr~ r
want to wish you
~
a
I
'-/
0,
-------­IJ ~

F G7 c

Mer - ry Christ mas, with lots of pres - ents to make you hap - py. I want to wish you a

F G7 c

3
Mer - ry Christ - mas from the bot - tom of my heart. _ _ _ _ __ I want to wish you a

F G7 C

~ r J-\I.t J I PEr r EJ IJ J#~J.


J
't I't ~ rr ~ r ~ I
Mer ry Christ - mas, with mis tie - toe and _ lots of cheer, _ with lots of laugh - ter through ­

F G7 C D.S. al Fine

3
out the years from the bot tom of my heart. _ _ _ _ _ __ Fe - liz Na - vi ­
46 I
Dm C F G C

~ r rr r l~ t }r Where noth ing ever


~ff
grows, _
I ~I
no
r r ~ = Jtl

rain or rivers
~ ~
flow, _

F Dm G7 C F C

~J - IF Fr .~ If r r tr I 11
==
Do they know it's Christ mas - time at_ all?

~ G ~ G

-& t r r g I rr Et r tF r r E:b I r r Em

Here's to you, raise a glass for eV-'ry-one; here's to them un-der neath that bum ing sun.

F C
F G7 C F C

~
~
F Er j FE rFBlu I ~. ij~
J
I~ ~ .~
..
Do they know it's Christ - mas - time at _ all? (Instrumental)

Dm G7 C F C F C Dm G7

~ ~ ~ ~ J
II}
Feed
Fi
the world. _
~ I~ ~
(Instrumental)
~
J I~ ~ Jj3I
C F C F Am Dm G7 C

~ Ir L If r r r Ir r r r If rhl
Feed the world, __ let them know it's Christ - mas time a gain.
Feed the

F C F Am Dm G7 C

,r world,
Jb 1E t r t Ir t r l -I we
Let them know it's Christ - mas - time a gain. _ _ _ __
~.
.~§11
48
DO YOU HEAR WHAT I HEAR

CoPyright © 1962 by Regent Music Corporation (8MI) Words and Music by NOEL RE
Copyright Renewed by Jewel Music Publishing Co., Inc. (ASCAP) and GLORIA Sf
International Copyright Secured All Rights Reserved

Used by Permission

Moderately C B~ C

~Il Said
~

the
II:•f
night wind
=i~~~
i Tt-W··'4·
to the lit - tIe
I~
lamb,
--­

lit tIe lamb to the shep - herd boy,


shep - herd boy to the might - y king,

B~

4 J I4)Zj~-=1· JIJJ~.
Do
Do
....

you see what


you hear what
I

I
I
see?
hear? _ _ _
I *~~-=+4=-;:El~~~Q-~ -~
'Way up in the sky,
Ring - ing through the sky,
J
lit
shep-b
1

Do you know what I know? _ _ In your pal - ace warm, might ­

~ tr .I .. ~· ·+ir .. -~
t------ ._.._. ~~~ ~-=±~~-~~~.~±~~"~._~ . iJ I-il
lamb, Do you see what I see? __~~.~~~_ J
boy, Do you hear what I hear? ,_ _ __ J
king, Do you know what I know?_~._ J

Am Em F G F

$4_ ~
if) J IJ ~ ~ 3 J-~f BJ' 1-j ~
'-T
star, a star, Danc- ing in the night, with a tail as big as
=t song, a song, High a hove the tree, with a voice as big as
Child, a Child shiv ers in the cold; Let us bring Him sil ver

E Am F CIE Om G C

g .;1~-~~~-~=J+ ~-~ ~

=t~-'"~~~~-
-~.----

~

t=-=J~;~~~ i ;S; I) ~ e-___
kite. With a tail as big as a kite,
sea. With a voice as big as the sea.
gold. Let us bring Him sil \'er and gold.
.
.IIi

1
1 ,2 [3

~~; ~ 11 :11 ;
Said the
"-"
~
.r:J I] J ;
Said the king to the
., .,
peo - pIe

~
:
:-.
-- Said the

~ 0
where,
IJ
Lis - ten
JJ to
J F
what I
J,illJ
say! _ _ __
~ i

Bb C

~ JJ]
Pray for peace,
j ~
peo - pIe
JJ
ev - 'ry - where,
10 IJ J
Lis - ten
~ ~
to what
r I
] J
,

say!_
'='"

Am Em

~,J, 7 1- =J IW- -k­


iF ] IJ ~ J 3 ] J: 0 I
The Child, the Child, sleep - ing in the night. He will

F G F E Am F C/E

~ J J J J J I]
bring us good - ness and light,
~
He
J: 3 I;
will bring
J

us

Dm G G7 C

~J ] ~
J I; ~ II
good - ness and
-e-.
----------
light.
50
EMMANUEL

Q 1983 MEADOWGREEN MUSIC COMPANY (ASCAP) Words and Music by


Admin. by EMI CMG PUBLISHING MICHAEL W. SMITH
All Rights Reserved Used by Permission

Moderately
FmlC C FmlC C

~t J II: J,,=,S J ~. J IJ :fitS J II J l I

Em man u el, Em - man u el.

~ F Em Am G F Em Am

~In F E E r rf~
Won - der - ful Coun - sel - or, _ _ _ __
l - 1m F
Lord of life,
u
Lord of
r'-'I

all. __

G F Em Am B~

He's _ the Prince of Peace, Might - y God, Ho ly One, _ _ _ __ Em

To Coda-$­
Am G rIC 1[2 Ab

'I r r r r In
man - u - el,
FI r r Fir
Em - man u
I

el.
! J :11 n'~
Em
I,

el. _ __
~'I

, ~" G7 Fm

- I-
G C

t
FmlC

J IJ=,a J I J
Em man u el.
C

J
Em ­
51

FmlC C F Em Am

, J S=£J : 12 J
man u - el.
f II A F r [
Won - der - ful Coun - sel - or, _ __
r r'~'1

G F Em Am G

.~
*
- ~ U
Lord of life, Lord of
~>3'~
all. _ __ *
¥ DU
He's _ the
I

,
F Em Am Bb A

~
Prince
r
of Peace,
c;L
Might - Y
r 10 r'
God, Ho - ly One,
If
Em
E E
- man -
•I
u

Dm C F C FmlC

, r f 7 ~ g I~ f j II: ~, ~
,~ ~ ~
el, Em - man - u - el. Em - man u ­

112 Cn.s. a1 Coda


C FmlC 11 C

, J J I J litO J Ij f J :112 J flit

el, Em - man u - el. Em - el.

CODA

-$- G Am F G

, t r r r In If r r r
Em - man - u - el, Em - man - u ­

Am F G FmlC C

, IJ
If r r r I~
n' 51<n II
el. Em - man - u - el.
l~t~~ation~1 C~py~ght s~~~ AllR~gh;s R~;~";;;d . Traditional English Melody
Coventry Carol
Tenderly
Am E Am Dm E

~~~ ~
1. LuI - lay, thou
tzl
lit
~
tIe
¥ ti
~
ny

Child,
2. 0 sis - ters, too, how may we do,
3.,4. (See additional verses)

Dm E7 Am c

~ F ~ IT Am F Ws: ~ t FE
By, by, luI ly, luI lay. LuI
For to pre serve this day. This

G Am E Am Dm E

~ lay,
F ij
Thou lit -
F
tIe
¥ti -
•I
ny
~.
Child,
poor Young - ling for whom we sing,

Am E F Dm E A

~ By,
~
by,
J
luI -
gr
ly
r
luI
~.>=
lay.
m· ~
By, by, luI ly luI lay.

Additional Verses

3. Herod, the King


In his raging,
Charged he hath this day.
His men of might,
In his own sight,
All young children to slay.

4. That woe is me,


Poor child for thee!
And ever mom and day,
For thy parting
Neither say nor sing
By, by, lully, lullay.
38
THE CHRISTMAS WALTZ

Copyright © 1954 by Producers Music Publishing Co. and Cahn Music Company Words by SAMMY CAHN
Copyright Renewed Music by JULE STYNE
All Rights for Producers Music Publishing Co. Administered by Chappell & Co.
All Rights for Cahn Music Company Administered by WB Music Corp.
International Copyright Secured All Rights Reserved

Flowing
G7

f F iFF
Frost - ed win - dow - panes, _ _ can - dles gleam - ing in side, Paint - ed

w-r_M *_C_C--------'St-'
c

can
o

dy canes _ _
A7

on the
Dm

tree;
If
G7

r r ~-r
-------t--+------------i

San - ta's
C

on his

Dm G7 C Am

way, he's filled his sleigh with things, _ Things for

D7 G7 C A7 Dm

~-------4c~r--------1a II L f ~" g l;_C_C_~ f FI


you and for me. It's that time of year, _ _ When the world falls III

G7 C A7 Dm G7

w-r-
F F
love, Ev - 'ry song you hear _ seems to say: _
F C
C

Christ - ..mas, May your New Year dreams come true." _


A7 ~Jj D7 jr G7 r\} C ~. I A7 -il
~ i F r±-"#rfir 'r L i--'------o
/ ~rID f L I
And this song of mine, _ _ in three - quar - ter time, _ _ Wish - es
D7 "'~i·' V" tG~ G7 C Am D7 G7 C

-&±" " M Slr~.'--...:.+-~~_~-----1~be ',~


-~T"1::jI'" ,oJ...,... ...... ................. "
1::jI~ • .....................................

~tRenewed
.--national Copyright Secured All Rights Reserved
ROSS BAGDASA-R-'AN

Christmas Time is Here


Moderately
from A Charlie Brown Christmas
C G7

~ j ~-~ ~ rEg ij J
Christ - mas, Christ mas time is near, Time for

C Dm G7

.~ j r ij J ~. ~ J ij E
toys and time for cheer, We've been good but

Dm G7 Dm G7 C

~. ~ ~ r tf ~.
'* we can't last, Hur - ry Christ - mas, hur - ry fast!

~ Want
j J ~
a plane
F
that
ij
loops
J
the
~.
loop;
~
Me,
J
I

C7 F Fm

fer want
F ~
a hu -
rla
St"
hoop.
~
We
r I
can hard -
~
ly

C D7 Dm G7 C

Wt stand
F
the
~
wait.
r~ r
Please Christ - mas,
~
don't
r
be
tf··~
late.
I; t EI

22
BRING A TORCH, JEANNETTE, ISABELLA

Copyright © 2002 by HAL LEONARD CORPORATION 17th Century French Provenyal Carol
International Copyright Secured All Rights Reserved

Moderately

C Am Dm G c

~ r ~ rr ~ E r ~ r IT •
i

Bring a torch, __ Jean - neUe, Is a bel la, bring a


Has ten now, __ good folk of the viI lage, Has ten

Am F G C

P rr ~ E r ijf" ~ r ~ r E
torch, __ come swift - ly and run. Christ is born, tell the
now, _ _ the Christ Child to see. You will find Him a

G F C G

~ rr ijf
r tEf r ~ i=i r
folk of the viI lage, Je - sus is sleep mg m His
sleep in a man ger, Qui - et ly come and whis per

Am G C G

~ cra
~
dIe, Ah,
§ff
ah,
~
Beau - ti ful is
§t
the Moth er,
S
soft ly, Hush, hush, Peace - ful - ly now He slum - bers,

~ Gem c

p~t~-~------1§F"~ ¥F~tED

16
BLUE CHRISTMAS

Copyright © 1948 UNIVERSAL - POLYGRAM INTERNATIONAL PUBLISHING, INC.


Words and Music by BILLY HAYES
Copyright Renewed
All Rights Reserved Used by Permission and JAY JOHNSON

With expression

,2 R I'll have
r
a
C
()

blue
~f
Christ - mas
-c with
G7

out you. _

is 4=M1---~-~-~-·'~-iF-~
T'11 be so blue think - ing a - bout you. _ Dec-o-

Dm 07

fi mE ra tions of red
©gf

on a green
m
Christ-mas
0

tree
~
won't
~

mean a

G7 C

~. ~ ~
()

1m s

thing if you're not here with me. I'll have a blue Christ- mas, that's

Om
~~~~
G7 C

~_.'---------;a ~_o ---..,@ ~_.>",,----------;


---""'1
cer - tain. _ And when that blue heart-ache starts hurt - in', _

Gm Om

r r t g;; ( r rH r r
** Cdim
you'll be

G7
do in' all right,

C
with your Christ mas of
I

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--~:I'"""'" - - - - - -:I ." . . - --_
.••... - - _ ... _ ...... _ .•

International Copyright Secured All Rights Reserved Words by JOHN T. McFARLAND (v.3)
Music by JAMES R. MURRAY
Away in a Manger
Tenderly
c F

~==Jf---.8 ----j§0 =t T-kt r J

A way III a man ger, no crib for a


The cat tIe are low ing, the Ba - by a
Be near me, Lord Ie sus, I ask Thee to

C G7

~ J
bed, The
J ~.
lit -
jJ
tIe
J
Lord
@Qq:
Ie - sus
F

laid
wakes, But lit - tIe Lord Ie - sus no
stay Close by me for ev - er, and

W1 down
cry -
J
his
ing
sweet
He
r sgr
head.
makes.
==F
The
I
~f
stars
love
P ~
in
Thee,
the
Lord
love me, I pray. Bless all the dear

F C

r r ~ § J
w=r sky
Ie - sus,
looked
look
down
down
where
from
r •I
He
the
lay,
sky,
The
And
chil - dren in Thy ten der care, And

G7 C G7 C

~. D r ~ r r ~ b p §O ~
I

lit - tIe Lord Ie - sus, a - sleep on the hay.


stay by my cra dIe till mom - ing is nigh.
fit us for heav en to live with Thee there.
Copyright© 1994 RYE SONGS, SONY/ATV MUSIC PUBLISHING LLC and WALLYWORLD MUSIC
Words and Music by MARIAH CAREY
All Rights for RYE SONGS Controlled and Administered by SONGS OF UNIVERSAL, INC.

All Rights for SONY/ATV MUSIC PUBLISHING LLC and WALLYWORLD MUSIC Administered by
and WALTER AFANASIEFF
SONY/ATV MUSIC PUBLISHING LLC, 8 Music Square West, Nashville, TN 37203
All Rights Reserved Used by Permission

,3-,
Moderately fast (.rJ=~})

~I; J ~. ~g. 2Jf F P


I don't want a lot _ for Christ- mas; there is just one
~
thing_

I won't ask for much __ this Christ- mas; I won't e - ven wish_

a a
F

~-R I need._
~
And I don't care
~ ~ J.
a - bout _ _ the pres - ents
for snow._ And I, I'm just gon - na keep on wait - ing

~c
?FmlAP
~- - -'>.o f- ~ ~. ~ ~
tree. _ don't need_ hang_
un - der - neath_ the Christ mas I to
un - der - neath __ the mis tie toe. _ I won't make_ a list_
(D.S.) I don't want_ a lot_

~'-'~ J§S. ij ~ ~ ~

my stock ing there up - on _ _ the fi re place. _


and send __ it to the North_ Pole