The Underground Undergraduate Christmas Songbook

November 28, 2001

Contents
Children go where I send thee . . The twelve days of Christmas . . It came upon a midnight clear . . Joy to the world . . . . . . . . . . Away in a manger . . . . . . . . . Away in a manger . . . . . . . . . Silver Bells . . . . . . . . . . . . Silent Night . . . . . . . . . . . . Deck the Halls . . . . . . . . . . . Let it Snow . . . . . . . . . . . . Little town of Bethlehem . . . . . The Little Drummer Boy . . . . . Frosty the Snow Man . . . . . . . Go tell it on the mountain . . . . Blue Christmas . . . . . . . . . . God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen . Good King Wenceslas . . . . . . . Hark! The Herald Angels Sing . . Here Comes Santa Claus . . . . . Angels We Have Heard on High . I Saw Three Ships . . . . . . . . . Jingle Bells . . . . . . . . . . . . O come all ye faithful . . . . . . . O Holy Night . . . . . . . . . . . Rudolph the Red-nosed Reindeer The First Noel . . . . . . . . . . Santa Claus is coming to Town .
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Major Chords A C D E F G or Amaj7 Cmaj7 Dmaj7 Emaj7 Fmaj7 Gmaj7 or A7 C7 D7 E7 F7 x G7 A6 C6 D6 E6 x F6 G6 A+ C+ D+ E+ F+ x G+ Amaj9 Cmaj9 Dmaj9 Emaj9 Fmaj9 Gmaj9 A9 C9 D9 E9 F9 G9 3 .

Minor Chords x x xx Am Bm x Cm x Dm Em Fm Gm x Am7 Bm7 Cm7 x x Dm7 Em7 Fm7 x Gm7 x Am6 Bm6 Cm6 x Dm6 x Em6 Fm6 Gm6 xx Am9 Bm9 Cm9 Dm9 Em9 Fm9 Gm9 Diminished Series (Note: Fo is an inversion of Do) xx xx xx xx x Some Flat fifths x x x Do Eo Eo Fo Bm7-5 Gm7-5 Em7-5 Some suspended fourths x x Some Flat ninths or Asus Csus Dsus Esus Gsus A-9 C-9 E-9 4 .

Children go where I send thee (Traditional) E Children go where I send thee E How shall I send thee I’m gonna send you one by one One for the itty bitty baby E A E B7 Was born born born on Christmas day. E Children go where I send thee E How shall I send thee 5 . E Children go where I send thee E How shall I send thee I’m gonna send you two by two Two for Paul and Silas One for the itty bitty baby E A E B7 Was born born born on Christmas day.

6 . Four for the four who stood at the door Five for the gospel preachers Six for the six who never got fixed Seven for the seven who never got to heaven Eight for the eight who stood at the gate Nine for the nine who looked so fine Ten for the ten commandments Eleven for the eleven deriders Twelve for the twelve apostles.E I’m gonna send you three by three Three for the Hebrew Children Two for Paul and Silas One for the itty bitty baby A E B7 E Was born born born on Christmas day.

D G A Four calling birds. Three French hens. Three French hens. Two turtle doves D A D and a partridge in a pear tree D A D On the fifth day of Christmas my true love gave to me D G A Five golden rings. Two turtle doves and D A D a partridge in a pear tree D A D On the fourth day of Christmas my true love gave to me D G A Four calling birds.The twelve days of Christmas (Traditional) D A D On the first day of Christmas my true love gave to me A D a partridge in a pear tree D A D On the second day of Christmas my true love gave to me A D A D Two turtle doves and a partridge in a pear tree D A D On the third day of Christmas my true love gave to me A Three French hens. Two turtle doves D A D and a partridge in a pear tree 7 .

. D G A Four calling birds.. . . Three French hens... . Eight maids a-milking . 8 . . On the tenth day . . Ten lords a-leaping . Two turtle doves D A D and a partridge in a pear tree D A D On the seventh day of Christmas my true love gave to me A Seven swans a-swimming . Twelve drummers drumming . . On the ninth day .. .D A D On the sixth day of Christmas my true love gave to me A Six geese a laying.. . On the eigthth day . ... Eleven pipers piping . . . Nine ladies dancing . On the eleventh day .. On the twelfth day .. D G A Five golden rings. .

Sears and R. G C G From angels bending near the earth G C D7 To touch their harps of gold. G C G Still through the cloven skies they come D7 C A7 With peaceful wings unfurled G C G And still their heavenly music floats G C D7 O’er all the weary world. Em B7 Em “Peace on the earth. H. 9 .It came upon a midnight clear (E. Willis) G C G It came upon a midnight clear C A7 D7 That glorious song of old. good will to men D7 D A7 From Heaven’s all gracious King!” G C G The world in solemn stillness lay G C D7 To hear the angels sing. S.

Em B7 Em Above its sad and lowly plains D A7 D 7 They bend on hovering wing G C G And ever o’er its Babel sounds G C D7 The blessed angels sing. 10 .

Joy to the world (Isaac Watts and G. A E7 A Joy to the earth the Saviour reigns A D E7 Let men their songs employ A While fields and floods. repeat the sounding joy 11 . hills and plains A Repeat the sounding joy E7 Repeat the sounding joy A D A D A E7 A Repeat. F. Handel) A E7 A Joy to the world. rocks. the Lord is come A D E7 Let earth receive her King A Let every heart prepare him room A And heav’n and nature sing E7 And heaven and nature sing A D A D A E7 A And heav’n and heaven and nature sing.

and wonders of his love 12 .A E7 A He rules the world with truth and grace A D E7 And makes the nations prove A The glories of their righteousness A And wonders of his love E7 And wonders of his love A D A DA E7 A And wonders.

E. Cowboy version) D G D Away in a manger. D G D Be near me Lord Jesus I ask thee to stay A D Close by me forever and love me I pray D G D Bless all the dear children in Thy tender care D Em A7 D Em And take us to Heaven to live with thee there. Spillman. no crib for a bed A D The little lord Jesus lay down his sweet head D G D The stars in the heavens looked down where he lay D Em A7 D Em The little Lord Jesus asleep in the hay. 13 .Away in a manger (Martin Luther and J.

Spillman. E. 14 . no crib for a bed Em A D Em7 A The little lord Jesus lay down his sweet head D G The stars in the heavens looked down where he lay D Em A7 D Em The little Lord Jesus asleep in the hay. D G Be near me Lord Jesus I ask thee to stay D Em7 A Em A Close by me forever and love me I pray D G Bless all the dear children in Thy tender care D Em A7 D Em And take us to Heaven to live with thee there.Away in a manger (Martin Luther and J. english version) D G Away in a manger.

silver bells G D7 It’s Christmas time in the city G C Ring-a-ling. busy sidewalks C Dressed in holiday style G D7 In the air there’s a feeling of Christmas G Children laughing. hear them ring G D7 Soon it will be Christmas day 15 .Silver Bells (Jay Livingstone and Ray Evans) G City sidewalks. people passing C Meeting smile after smile G D7 And on every street corner you hear Chorus: G C Silver bells.

G Strings of street lights. even stop lights C Blink a bright red and green G D7 As the shoppers rush home with their treasures G Hear the snow crunch. see the kids bunch C This is Santa’s big scene G D7 And above all the bustle you hear Chorus: 16 .

” 17 . holy night D G All is calm.” D G Christ the Saviour is born. holy night D G Shepherds quake at the sight C G Glories stream from heaven afar C G Heav’nly hosts sing: “Hallelulia! D G Christ the Saviour is born.Silent Night (Joseph Mohr and Franz Gruber) G Silent night. all is bright C G ‘Round yon virgin mother and child C G Holy infant so tender and mild D G Sleep in Heavenly peace D G Sleep in Heavenly peace G Silent night.

Lord at thy birth. love’s pure light C G Radiant beams from Thy holy face C G With the dawn of redeeming grace D G Jesus. 18 . holy night D G Son of God.G Silent night. Lord at thy birth. D G Jesus.

D A7 D Em Fa la la la la la la la la! A7 D A7 Don we now our gay apparel Bm A7Em7 7 A Em Fa la la la la la la la la! D Troll the ancient yuletide carol. D A7 D Em Fa la la la la la la la la! D See the blazing D Em Fa la la la la la D Strike the harp D Em Fa la la la la la yule before us A7 D la la la! and join the chorus A7 D la la la! 19 . Em D A7 D Fa la la la la la la la la! D Tis the season to be jolly.Deck the Halls (Welsh Traditional) D Deck the halls with boughs of holly.

ye lads and lassies D A7 D Em Fa la la la la la la la la! A7 D A7 Sing we joyous all together Bm A7Em7 7 A Em Fa la la la la la la la la! D Heedless of the wind and weather D A7 D Em Fa la la la la la la la la! 20 .A7 D A7 Follow me in merry measure Bm A7Em7 7 A Em Fa la la la la la la la la! D While I tell of yuletide treasure D A7 D Em Fa la la la la la la la la! D Fast away the old year passes D A7 D Em Fa la la la la la la la la! D Hail the new.

let it snow! D A7 D It doesn’t show signs of stopping A7 E7 And I’ve brought some corn for popping B7 Em Em The light’s are turned way down low D A7 Let it snow. let it snow! A When we finally kiss goodnight A E7 How I’ll hate going out in the storm A But if you really hold me tight E7 A7 B7 Then all the way home I’ll be warm 21 .Let it Snow (Sammy Cahn and Julie Styne) D A7 D Oh the weather outside is frightful A7 E7 But the fire is so delightful B7 Em Em And since we’ve no place to go D A7 Let it snow. let it snow. let it snow.

let it snow! 22 . we’re still goodbyeing B7 Em Em But as long as you love me so D A7 Let it snow. let it snow.D A7 D Oh the fire is slowly dying A7 E7 And my dear.

C F For Christ is born of Mary C G7 C And.Little town of Bethlehem (P. Redner) C F O little town of Bethlehem. Brooks and L. Am E7 Yet. Dm A7 While mortals sleep the angels keep C C G7 Their watch of wondring love.H. 23 . C G7 C How still we see thee lie! Dm A7 Above thy deep and dreamless sleep C C G7 The silent stars go by. in thy dark streets shineth E7 Am The everlasting light: C F The hopes and fears of all the years C C G7 Are met in thee tonight. gathered all above.

Am E7 O. our King. morning stars together E7 Am Proclaim the holy birth C F And praises sing to God. 24 . C C G7 And peace to men on earth.

The Little Drummer Boy (Davis. they told me Pa Rum Pa Pum Pum C A new born king to see Pa Rum Pa Pum Pum G Our finest gifts we bring Pa Rum Pa Pum Pum C F To set before the king Pa Rum Pa Pum Pum C G Ra Pa Pum Pum Ra Pa Pum Pum C So to honour him Pa Rum Pa Pum Pum C When we come C Little baby Pa Rum Pa Pum Pum C I am a poor boy too Pa Rum Pa Pum Pum G I have no gift to bring Pa Rum Pa Pum Pum C F That is fit to give a king Pa Rum Pa Pum Pum C G Ra Pa Pum Pum Ra Pa Pum Pum C Shall I play for you Pa Rum Pa Pum Pum C On my drum 25 . Onorati and Simeone) C Come.

C Then he nodded Pa Rum Pa Pum Pum C The ox and lamb kept time Pa Rum Pa Pum Pum G I played my drum for him Pa Rum Pa Pum Pum C F I played my best for him Pa Rum Pa Pum Pum C G Ra Pa Pum Pum Ra Pa Pum Pum C Then he smiled at me Pa Rum Pa Pum Pum C Me and my drum 26 .

was alive as he could be. D7 Thumpety thump thump. thumpety thump thump. G O’er the hills of snow. D7 Look at Frosty go. C D7 G Em Am7 D7 G He was made of snow but the children know how he came to life one day. C D7 G Em Am7 D7 With a corncob pipe and a button nose and two eyes made out of coal. 27 . thumpety thump thump. he began to dance around. G C G Oh.Frosty the Snow Man G C G Frosty the Snow Man. happy soul. was a jolly. C Em Am7 G There must have been some magic in that old silk hat they found. G C G Frosty the Snow Man. G Em Am7 D7 G C D7 And the children say he could laugh and play just the same as you and me. Frosty the Snow Man. is a fairy tale they say. A7 Am7 D7 For when they placed it on his head. Chorus: G Thumpety thump thump.

sayin’ “Catch me if you can. had to hurry on his way. C D7 G Em Am7 D7 G But he waved good-bye.” Chorus: 28 . I’ll be back again someday. the Snow Man. G Em Am7 D7 C D7 So he said. saying “Don’t you cry. “Let’s run and we’ll have some fun now before I melt away. knew the sun was hot that day. A7 Am7 D7 And he only paused a moment when he heard him holler “Stop!” G C G For Frosty the Snow Man.G C G Frosty.” G C G Down to the village with a broomstick in his hand.” C Em Am7 G He led them down the streets of town right to the traffic cop. C D7 G Em Am7 D7 G Running here and there all around the square.

D D A7 Over silent flocks by night.Go tell it on the mountain (Traditional) D Go tell it on the mountain A7 Over the hills and everywhere D Go tell it on the mountain A7 Jesus Christ is born D G D Down in the lowly manger D D A7 the humble Christ was born D G D God sent salvation D D A7 That blessed Christmas morn Alleluia! Chorus: D G D While Shepherds kept their watch. D G D So through the heavens D A7 D There shone a holy light Alleluia! Chorus: 29 .

30 .Blue Christmas (J. blue Christmas. W. Hayes) F Fmaj9 F6 C7 I’ll have a blue Christmas without you F Gm7 C7 I’ll be so blue thinking about you Cm6 D7 Gm Cm6 D7 Decorations of red on a green Christmas tree G9 C7 C7 C7 G9 G7 −5 Won’t mean a thing if you’re not here with me F C7 I’ll have a blue christmas that’s certain F Gm7 C7 And when that blue heartache starts hurtin’ Gm F◦ Cm6 D7 Cm6 D7 You’ll be doin’ all right with your Christmas of white Gm C6 Fmaj9 F6 C7 But I’ll have a blue. Johnson and B.

rejoiced much in mind E7 Am F E7 Am And left their flocks a feeding. C E7 Am G Dm And went to Bethlehem straight-way. 31 . E 7 Am D7 G C Am O tidings of comfort and joy. E 7 Am D7 G C Am O tidings of comfort and joy. Let nothing you dismay. Was born on Christmas day. C E7 Am G Dm To save us all from Satan’s power. E7 Am F E7 Am Remember Christ. this blessed babe to find. in tempest.God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen (Traditional) Am E7 Am F E7 God rest ye. our Saviour. merry gentlemen. Am C Am E 7 O tidings of comfort and joy. Am C Am E 7 O tidings of comfort and joy. comfort and joy. comfort and joy. storm and wind. Am E7 Am F E7 The shepherds at those tidings. When we were gone astray.

where oxen feed on hay. Am C Am E 7 O tidings of comfort and joy. C E7 Am G Dm His mother Mary kneeling.Am E7 Am F E7 But when to Bethlehem they came. unto the Lord did pray. 32 . comfort and joy. E 7 Am D7 G C Am O tidings of comfort and joy. where at this infant lay E7 Am F E7 Am They found him in a manger.

. and stand by me. If thou knowst it. .” 33 .” G C D7 G “Bring me flesh and bring me wine. . ldly. . . my good page.” G D7 Em C D7 G G D7 “Mark my footsteps.. . ea. el. . . . . And the bitter wea. forth they went. Though the frost was cruel.. Underneath the mountains. And the wind blows stronger.. Em D G D7 G D7 Em D7 G G C D7 Through the rude winds wild lament.. .. . he lives a good league hence. ..” D7 Em C D7 G G D7 G Page and monarch. ther. . .nes’ fou. On the feast of Stephen G G C D7 When the snow lay round about Deep and crisp and even.Good King Wenceslas G C D7 G Good King Wenceslas looked out. G C D7 G “Hither page. . . . D G D7 G D7 Em D7 G G C D7 Em When a poor man came in sight.u. Gath’ring winter fu. .tain.... G G C D7 Thou and I will see him dine When we bear them thither. . G C D7 G “Sire. Tread thou in them boldly. the night is darker now. . . Em D G D7 G D7 Em D7 G G C D7 Thou shalt find the winter’s rage Freeze thy blood less co.. . G G C D7 Yonder peasant who is he? Where and what his dwelling?” G D7 Em C D7 G G D7 “Sire. oun . telling... . G D7 Em C D7 G G D7 Brightly shone the moon that night. . . Forth they went together. I know not how I can go no longer. G G C D7 Fails my heart. . o. . . Bring me pine logs hither. . G D7 G D7 Em D7 G G C D7 Em D Right against the forest fence. By Saint Ag. ...

. 34 . ssing. . . . D7 Em C D7 G G D7 G Therefore. Where the snow lay dinted. be sure. . D G D7 G D7 Em D7 G G C D7 Em Ye who now will bless the poor Shall yourselves find ble. Wealth or rank possessing. Christian men. G G C D7 Heat was in the very sod Which the saint had printed. .G C D7 G In his master’s steps he trod. . . e. . .

D A7 Join the triumph of the skies. D G D A7 D Christ. 35 . G B7 Em With angelic hosts proclaim D A7 D A7 “Christ is born in Bethlehem. the everlasting Lord.” D A7 Christ by highest heav’n adored. D E7 Late in time behold him come. D A7 D A7 “Glory to the newborn King.Hark! The Herald Angels Sing (words by Charles Wesley and music by Felix Mendelssohn) D A7 Hark! The herald angels sing D G D A7 D Glory to the newborn King! D E7 “Peace on earth and mercy mild. all ye nations rise.” Em G B7 Hark! the herald angels sing. A E7 A God and sinners reconciled. A A E7 Offspring of the Virgin’s womb.” D A7 Joyful.

Em G B7 Pleased as man wth men to dwell A7 D A7 D Jesus our emanuel.D A7 Veiled in flesh the God-head see. D A7 Hail th’incarnate Deity.” 36 . G B7 Em Hark! the herald angels sing. D A7 D A7 “Glory to the newborn King.

children singin’ C Dm7 All is merry and bright. Here comes Santa Claus. F Em Sleigh bells ringin’. what a beautiful sight. D7 G7 Am7 ‘Cause Santa Claus comes tonight. G7 Right down Santa Claus Lane. G7 He’s got a bag that’s filled with toys C C7 For girls and boys again. F Em Hear those sleigh bells jingle jangle C Dm7 Oh. 37 . G7 Right down Santa Claus Lane. G E7 So jump in bed and cover your head D7 G7 Am7 ‘Cause Santa Claus comes tonight. G E7 So hang your stockings and say your prayers. C Here comes Santa Claus. G7 Vixen and Blitzen and all his reindeer C C7 Pulling on the rein. Here comes Santa Claus.Here Comes Santa Claus C Here comes Santa Claus.

C G7 C Shepherds.Angels We Have Heard on High C G7 C Angels we have heard on high. our new-born King. G7 C C G7 C Sweetly singing oer the plains. 38 . C F C G C G CFC G Glo-oooo-o-oooo-o-oooo-o-ria in excelsis Deo. Am G C G7 C Come adore on bended knee C C G C G7 Christ. C G7 C Am G And the mountains in reply C CG C G7 Echoing their joyous strains. the Lord. why this jubilee? G7 C C G7 C Why your joyous songs prolong? C G7 C Am G What the gladsome tidings be C G C G7 C Which inspire your heavnly song? C G7 C Come to Bethlehem and see G F G7 F Him whose birth the angels sing. C F C G C G CFC GC Glo-oooo-o-oooo-o-oooo-o-ria in excelsis De-e-o.

C G C G The Virgin Mary and Christ were there. 39 . C G C G And what was in those ships all three? C F G7 C On Christmas day in the morning. on Christmas day C G C G I saw three ships come sailing in C F G7 C On Christmas day in the morning C G C G And what was in those ships all three? G C D7 On Christmas day.I Saw Three Ships (Traditional) C G C G I saw three ships come sailing in C D7 G On Christmas day. on Christmas day. C F G7 C On Christmas day in the morning. on Christmas day. C G C G The Virgin Mary and Christ were there G C D7 On Christmas day.

Jingle Bells (J. jingle all the way! D G D A7 Oh. what fun it is to ride on a one-horse open sleigh! 40 . jingle bells. Go it while youre young. Laughing all the way. D G Just get a bob-tailed bay. jingle bells. what fun it is to ride in a one-horse open sleigh! Hey! D Jingle bells. D G Bells on bobtail ring. D A7 Take the girls tonight And sing this sleighing song. Making spirits bright. In a one-horse open sleigh. A7 D O’er the fields we go. D G A7 What fun it is to ride and sing a sleighing song tonight! D G Now the ground is white. Two forty for his speed. jingle all the way! A7 G D E7 Oh. Pierpont) D G Dashing through the snow. D G A7 Then hitch him to an open sleigh And crack! you’ll take the lead D Jingle bells.

. . D A7 DA Bm A Glory to God in the highest D O come let us adore Him. G D A7 D D A7 D A7 D A7 D O come let us a. choirs of angels. dore him. . dore Hi. ist. dore Hi. . sing in exultation. im. A D A O come let us a . . all ye citizens of heavn above. joyful and triumphant. O come ye to Bethlehem. . . Bm AE A E7 A O come ye. . Chr. born the King of angels. . D O come let us adore him. . . the Lord! D A D G D A Sing. the Lord! 41 . A D A O come let us adore Him. A E A E7 A Bm Sing. im. ist.O come all ye faithful (Traditional) D A D GD A O come all ye faithful. . . A Bm A D A7 D Come and behold Him. . Chr. G D A7 D D A7 D A7 D A7 D O come let us a.

. laeti triumphantes A Bm A E A E7 Venite Venite ad Be . .D A D G DA Adeste Fideles. regum angelorum D AD A Venite adoremus! Venite adoremus! D A7 DA7 D A7 D G D A7 D Ve ni te A dor e mus. Do-o-minum! 42 . ethlehem Bm A D A7 D A Natum videte.

B7 Am Em Em Fall on your knees! Oh. the stars are brightly shining. G D7 A thrill of hope. hear the angel voices! G CG D7 G G D7 O night divine! O night when Christ was born! G CG D7 G D7 O night divine! O night. G D7 It is the night of the dear Saviours birth. G C G Long lay the world in sin and error pining F7 Bm Bm Till He appeared and the soul felt His worth. O night divine! 43 . the weary world rejoices.O Holy Night G C G O holy night. G D7 For yonder beams a new and glorious morn.

G C G D7 G D7 Behold your King! Your King. before Him bend. C G And led by the light of star so sweetly gleaming F7 Bm Bm Here come the wise men from Orient land. B7 Am Em Em He knows our needs. G D7 In all our trials born to be our friend. To our weakness no stranger.G C G Led by the light of faith serenely beaming. G D7 The King of Kings thus lay in lowly manger. G C G D7 G G D7 Behold your King! Before Him lowly bend. 44 . G D7 With glowing hearts by His cradle we stand.

45 . the Red-nosed Reindeer D Had a very shiny nose. D And if you ever saw it. G You would even say it glows! G All of the other reindeer D Used to laugh and call him names.Rudolph the Red-nosed Reindeer C Bm7 Am7 D7 You know Dasher and Dancer and Prancer and Vixen Am7 D7 C Bm7 Comet and Cupid and Donner and Blitzen Em B7 But do you recall D Am The most famous reindeer of all? Chorus: G Rudolph. D They never let poor Rudolph G Join in any reindeer games.

D G Santa came to say: A7 “Rudolph with your nose so bright. G You’ll go down in history!” 46 .C G Then one foggy Christmas eve. D7 Am7 Won’t you guide my sleigh tonight?” G Then how the Reindeer loved him D As they shouted out with glee: D “Rudolph the Red-nosed Reindeer.

A E D A They looked up and saw a star D A E7 A Shining in the East beyond them far A E D A And to the earth it gave great light A E7 A And so it continued both day and night. Noel. A E D A In fields where they lay keeping their sheep A E7 A On a cold winter’s night that was so deep. Noel. E7 A Born is the King of Israel. Noel.The First Noel A E D A “The first Noel”. 47 . the angel did say D A E7 A Was to certain poor shepherds in fields as they lay. Noel. Noel. Noel. E7 A Born is the King of Israel. A E D A Noel. A E D A Noel.

Noel. A E D A Noel.A E D A And by the light of that same star D A E7 A Three wise men came from country afar A E D A To seek for a King was their intent A E7 A And to follow the star where ever it went. 48 . E7 A Born is the King of Israel. Noel. Noel.

G C Better not pout. A7 D7 Am7 So be good for goodness sake. F. you’d better not cry. Gillespie and J. I’m telling you why: Am7 D7 G G Em7 Santa Claus is coming to town. I’m telling you why: Am7 D7 G G Em7 Santa Claus is coming to town. 49 . G C Better not pout. D7 A7 He knows if you’ve been bad or good. Coots) G C You’d better watch out. you’d better not cry. G C Gonna find out who’s naughty or nice Am7 D7 G G Em7 Santa Claus is coming to town. C He sees you when you’re sleeping.Santa Claus is coming to Town (H. C He knows when you’re awake. G C He’s makin’ a list and checkin’ it twice. G C You’d better watch out.

50 . C Gleaming in the Christmas night. G7 Each year you bring to me delight. C G C Oh Christmas Tree. Oh Christmas G7 C Dm How beautiful your branches.O Christmas Tree C G C Oh Christmas Tree. G7 Not only green in summer’s heat C But also winter’s snow and sleet. Oh Christmas Tree. Oh Christmas G7 C Dm How beautiful your branches. Tree. Gm6 C G7 Oh Christmas Tree. Tree. Oh Christmas Tree. C G C Oh Christmas Tree. G7 C Dm Of all the trees most lovely. G7 C Dm Of all the trees most lovely. Gm6 A7 C G7 Oh Christmas Tree. Oh Christmas G7 C Dm How beautiful your branches. Oh Christmas Tree. A7 Tree. C G C Oh Christmas Tree. G7 C Dm Of all the trees most lovely.

D GD The playing of the merry organ A D Sweet singing in the choir. D G D G A O the rising of the sun and the running of the deer.The Holly and the Ivy D G D G A The holly and the ivy when they are both full grown D G D Of all the trees that are in the wood A D The holly bears the crown. D G D Of all the trees that are in the wood. D G D G A The holly bears the blossom as white as any snow D G D And Mary bore sweet Jesus Christ A D On Christmas day in the morn D G D G A The Holly and the Ivy now both are full well grown. 51 . A D The Holly bears the crown.

52 . C F G7 C And may all your Christmases be white. C G7 Am7 Dm7 G I’m dreaming of a white Christmas G C G Dm7 With every Christmas card I write. C Am When the tree tops glisten F Fm And children listen Dm7 G C Em7 Am7 To hear sleigh bells in the snow. F Fm6 C C7 May your days be merry and bright.White Christmas (Irving Berlin) C G7 Am7 Dm7 G I’m dreaming of a white Christmas G C G Dm7 Just like the ones I used to know.

Am D m In excelsis gloria. F A7 But as the hunter braves drew nigh. F A7 Before their light the stars grew dim. Am7 Dm The angel-song rang loud and high. Dm A ragged robe of rabbit skin Dm Am Enwrapped His beauty ‘round. Jesus is born. Am7 Dm And wondering hunters heard the hymn. Jesus is born.In the moon of winter time Dm Twas in the moon of winter-time Dm Am When all the birds had fled. Am D m Am Dm Dm Jesus your king is born. Am D m Am Dm Dm Jesus your king is born. Dm That mighty Gitchi-Manitou Dm Am Sent Angel-choirs instead. Am D m In excelsis gloria. 53 . Dm Within a lodge of broken bark Dm Am The tender Babe was found.

Am D m In excelsis gloria. 54 .Dm O children of the forest free Dm Am O sons of Manitou Dm The holy child of earth and heav’n Dm Am Is born this day for you F A7 Come kneal before the radiant boy Am7 Dm Who brings you beauty. peace and joy Am D m Am Dm Dm Jesus your king is born. Jesus is born.

F Fm C Gm Jack Frost nipping at your nose. help to make the season bright. B maj7 E maj7 Fm And ev’ry mother’s child is gonna spy. D F G7 Am to see if reindeer really know how to fly. 55 . C Dm Em7 Dm7 Everybody knows a turkey and some mistletoe. Fm C B7 Am Tiny tots with their eyes all a-glow. Dm F G C Em will find it hard to sleep tonight. Gm Cmaj7 They know that Santa’s on his way.Chestnuts Roasting on an Open Fire (Mel Torme) C Dm Em7 Dm7 Chestnuts roasting on an open fire. Dm G Em Fm and folks dressed up like Eskimos. Fm C B7 Am Yuletide carols being sung by a choir. Cmaj7 Fmaj7 Fm Gm he’s loaded lots of toys and goodies on his sleigh.

Fm C B7 Am although it’s been said many times. I’m offering this simple phrase. many ways.C Dm Em7 Dm7 And so. F Fm C Gm to kids from one to ninety-two. F G C “Merry Christmas to you!” 56 .

We Three Kings (J. H. Hopkins) Am E 7 Am We three kings of Orient are Am E7 Bearing gifts we traverse afar, G C F Field and fountain, moor and mountain, Am E 7 Am Dm Following yonder star. Chorus: G7 C F C O . . . O Star of wonder, star of night, F C Star with royal beauty bright G C F C G Am Westward leading, still proceeding, C F C Guide us to thy perfect light Am E7 Am Born a King on Bethlehem’s plain; Am E7 Gold I bring to crown him again. G C F King forever, ceasing never, D m Am E 7 Am Over all to reign. Chorus:

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Am E7 Am We three kings of Orient are Am E7 Trying to smoke a rubber cigar G C F It was loaded, It exploded Am E 7 Am Dm Now there are no kings.

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Winter Wonderland (R. Smith and F. Bernard) G Sleighbells ring, are you listening, D In the lane, snow is glistening, Am7 D C D7 A beautiful sight, were happy tonight, G G D7 Walking in a Winter Wonderland! G Gone away is the bluebird, D Here to stay is the new bird, Am7 D C D7 He sings a love song, as we go along, G G D7 Walking in a Winter Wonderland! C F C In the meadow we can build a snowman, F C Then pretend that he is Parson Brown. D G D He’ll say: “Are you married?” We’ll say: “No man! A D But you can do the job when you’re in town!”

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G Later on. we’ll conspire. G G D7 Walking in a Winter Wonderland! 60 . Am7 D C D7 To face unafraid the plans that we made. D As we dream by the fire.

All through the night (Traditional) D G E A Sleep my child and peace attend thee G A7 D All through the night A7 G E7 Guardian angels God will send thee D G A7 All through the night A7 Soft and drowsy hours are creeping A7 Hill and vale in slumber sleeping D G E A I my loving vigil keeping D G A7 All through the night D G E A While the moon her watch is keeping D G A7 All through the night D G E A While the weary world is sleeping D G A7 All through the night 61 .

A7 O’er thy spirit gently stealing A7 Visions of delight revealing D G E A Breathes a pure and holy feeling D G A7 All through the night 62 .

Dm C So bring him incense. C Dm The King of kings salvation brings. Dm B maj7 A7 Let loving hearts enthrone Him. A7 B maj7 On Mary’s lap is sleeping? C Dm Whom angels greet with anthems sweet. king to own Him. A7 B maj7 Come peasant. the King A7 B maj7 Whom shepherds guard and angels sing: F C Haste. Dm B maj7 A7 The babe. this is Christ. gold and myrrh. haste to bring him laud.What Child is this? Dm C What child is this. the son of Mary. A7 Dm B maj7 While shepherds watch are keeping? F C This. 63 . who laid to rest.

the son of Mary. haste to bring him laud. this is Christ. Dm B maj7 A7 The babe. 64 .F C This. the King A7 B maj7 Whom shepherds guard and angels sing: F C Haste.

ho! Who wouldn’t go! E7 A Ho. Chorus: 65 . click click click. D A E7 Out jumps good old Santa Claus A Down through the chimney with lots of toys A D A E7 All for the little ones. Hanby) A Up on the housetop reindeer pause. A A E7 Down through the chimney with good Saint Nick. ho. ho! Who wouldn’t go! D Up on the housetop. R. dear Santa fill it well. Chorus: D A Ho. A D A E7 One that will open and shut her eyes. D A E7 Oh.On the Housetop (B. Christmas joys. ho. A Give her a dolly that laughs and cries. A First comes the stocking of little Nell.

D A E7 oh. just see what glorious fill! A Here is a hammer and lots of tacks. A D A E7 Also a ball and a whip that cracks. 66 .A Next comes the stocking of little Will.

We wish you a Merry Christmas (Traditional) C F We wish you a Merry Christmas D7 G We wish you a Merry Christmas C F We wish you a Merry Christmas C G7 C And a Happy New Year! G Good tidings to you G D7 Wherever you are. C G Good tidings for Christmas F G7 C And a happy New Year! 67 .

45 Santa Claus is coming to Town. 43 On the Housetop. 61 Angels We Have Heard on High.Index All through the night. 39 In the moon of winter time. 55 Children go where I send thee. 50 O come all ye faithful. 9 Jingle Bells. 15 Twelve days of Christmas. 57 We wish you a Merry Christmas. 37 Holly and the Ivy. the. 63 White Christmas. 5 Deck the Halls. 51 I Saw Three Ships. 21 Little Drummer Boy. 30 Chestnuts Roasting on an Open Fire. 23 O Christmas Tree. 17 Silver Bells. 47 Frosty the Snow Man. 40 Joy to the world. the. the. 67 What Child is this?. 7 We Three Kings. 19 First Noel. 59 . 27 Go tell it on the mountain. 33 Hark The Herald Angels Sing. 41 O Holy Night. 52 Winter Wonderland. 31 Good King Wenceslas. 38 Away in a manger. 11 Let it Snow. 49 Silent Night. 25 Little town of Bethlehem. 53 It came upon a midnight clear. 65 68 Rudolph the Red-nosed Reindeer. 14 Blue Christmas. 13. 29 God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen. 35 Here Comes Santa Claus. the.

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