Book Title: Ultimate Christmas Fake Book, The
Song count: 207 songs
Imprint: Milwaukee, WI : Hal Leonard Corp., [1997?]
Callnumber: MP1630.28 .U53 1997

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All my heart this night rejoices Catherine Winkworth, Horatio Parker
All through the night
Almost day (It's almost day) Huddie Ledbetter
Angels from the realms of glory
Angels we have heard on high
As each happy Christmas
As lately we watched
As with gladness men of old
At the hour of midnight
Auld lang syne
Away in a manger John T. McFarland, Jonathan E. Spillman
Away in a manger John T. McFarland, James R. Murray
Babe is born in Bethlehem, a
Baby in the cradle, a D.G. Corner
Because it's Christmas (for all the children) Barry Manilow, Bruce Sussman, Jack Feldman
Bell Carol ("Carol of the bells")
Birthday of a king William H. Neidinger
Blue Christmas Jay W. Johnson, Billy Hayes
Boar's head carol, the
Boy is born in Bethlehem, a
Brazilian sleighbells Percy Faith
Bring a torch, Jeannette, Isabella
Burgundian carol Oscar Brand
C-h-r-i-s-t-m-a-s Jenny Lou Carson, Eddy Arnold
Carol of the birds
Caroling, caroling Wihia Hutson, Alfred Burt
Caroling we go, a Johnny Marks
Child is born in Bethlehem,
Chipmunk song, the Ross Bagdasarian
Christ is born this evening
Christ was born on Christmas day
Christains, awake! salute the happy morn
Christmas carol, a Lesile Bricusse
Christmas greeting
Christmas is Spence Maxwell, Percy Faith
Christmas is a-comin' (may God bless you) Frank Luther
Christmas is just about here Loonis McGlohon
Christmas song (chestnuts roasting on an open fire), the Mel Torme, Robert Wells
Christmas Waltz, the Sammy Cahn, Jule Styne
Come all ye shephards
Come, thou long-expected Jesus
Coventry carol, the
Dance of the sugar plum fairy
Day, bright day of glory, a
Deck the hall
Ding dong! merrily on high
Do they know it's Christmas? M. Ure & B. Geldof
Douglas mountain Arnold Sundgaard, Alec Wilder
Everyone's a child at Christmas Johnny Marks
Everywhere, everywhere, Christmas tonight Lewis H. Redner, Phillip Brooks
Feliz Navidad Jose Feliciano
First Noel, the
Friendly beasts, the
From heaven above to the earth I come
From the eastern mountains Godfrey Thring, F.J. Haydn
Frosty the snow man Steve Nelson, Jack Rollins
Fum, fum, fum
Gather around the Christmas tree John H. Hopkins
Glad Christmas bells
Glad tidings (Shalom Chaverim) Ronnis Gilbert, Lee Hays, Fred Hellerman, Pete Seeger
Go tell it on the mountain African-American Spiritual
God rest ye merry, gentlemen 19th century carol
Goin' on a sleighride Ralph Blane
Good Christian men, rejoice
Good King Wenceslas
Grandma got run over by a reindeer Randy Brooks
Grandma's killer fruitcake Elmo Shropshire, Rita Abrams
Greatest gift of all, the John Jarvis
Greewillow Christmas Frank Loesser
Hallelujah chorus (form Handel's Messiah) G.F. Handel
Happy Christmas comes once more, the Traditional Danish
Happy Christmas, little friend Oscar Hammerstein II, Richard Rogers
Happy Hanukkah, my friend (the hanukkah song) Justin Wilde, Doug Konecky
Happy holiday Irving Berling
Happy New Year darling J. Carmen Lombardo, Johnny Marks
Happy Xmas (war is over) John Lennon, Yoko Ono
Hard candy Christmas Carol Hall
Hark! the herald angels sing Mendelssohn
He Richard Mullen, Jack Richards
Hear them bells
Here we come a-wassailing Traditional English
Holly and the ivy, the
Holly jolly Christmas, a Johnny Marks
How brightly beams the morning star
How lovely is Christmas Arnold Sundgaard, Alec Wilder
Hyme Vangells
I heard the bells on Christmas day Henry Longfellow, Johnny Marks
I heard the bells on Christmas day Traditional
I saw mommy kissing Santa Claus Tommie Connor
I saw three ships
I still believe in Santa Claus Maurice Starr, Al Lancollotti
I wish everyday could be like Christmas David Erwin, Jim Carter
I wonder as I wander John Jacob Niles
I'll be home for Christmas Kim Gannon, Walter Kent
I'm spending Christmas with you Tom Occhipinti
In the field with their flocks abiding
Infant holy, infant lowly Traditional Polish Carol
It came upon the midnight clear E.H. Sears, R.S. Willis
It must have been the mistletoe (our first Christmas) Jusin WIlde, Doug Konecky
It's beginning to look like Christmas Meredith Wilson
It's Christmas time all over the world Hugh Martin
It's just another New Year's Eve Marty Panzer, Barry Manilow
Jesu, joy of man's desiring
Jesus holy, born so lowly Traditional Polish
Jingle bells J. Pierpont
Jingle, jingle, jingle Johnny Marks
Jingle-bell rock Joe Beal, Jim Boothe
Jolly old St. Nicholas
Joy to the world G.F. Handel
Joyous Christmas Johnny Marks
Last Christmas George Michael
Last month of the year (what month was Jesus born in?), the Vera Hall, Ruby Pickens Tartt, Alan Lomax
Let it snow! let it snow! let it snow! Sammy Cahn, Jule Styne
Let's have an old fashioned Christmas Larry Conley, Joe Solomon
Lo, how a rose e'er blooming
March of the three kings Tradtional French
March of the toys
Marshmallow world, a Carl Sigman, Peter De Rose
Mary had a baby
Mary's little boy Massie Patterson, Sammy Heyward
Mary's llittle boy child Jester Hairston
Masters in this hall
Merry Christmas polka, the Paul Francis Webster, Sonny Burke
Merry, merry Christmas to you, a Johnny Marks
Mister santa Pat Ballard
Most wonderful day of the year, the Johnny Marks
My favorite things (from "the sound of music") Oscar Hammerstein II, Richard Rogers
Neighbor, what has you so excited? Traditional French
Night before Christmas, the Johnny Marks, Clemont Moore
Noel! Noel!
Nuttin' for Christmas Roy Bennett, Sid Tepper
O Bethlehem
O Christmas tree (O tannenbaum) German
O come, all ye faithful (adeste fideles) Latin
O come, little children
O come, o come Immanuel
O come rejoicing Traditional Polish
O hearken ye Wihla Hutson, Alfred Burt
O holy night A. Adam
O little town of Bethlehem Brooks, Redner
O sanctissima
Old toy trains Roger Miller
Old-fashioned Christmas, an Johnny Marks
On Christmas night (sussex carol) Traditional English
Once in royal David's city
One bright star John Jarvis
One for the little bitty baby (go where i send thee) Paul Campbell
Out of the east Harry Noble
Parade of the wooden soldiers Ballard MacDonald, Leon Jessel
Poor little Jesus Paul Campbell
Pretty paper Willie Nelson
Rejoice and be merry
Ring out, ye wild and merry bells C. Maitland
Rise up, shepherd, and follow Traditional Spiritual
Rockin' around the Christmas tree Johnny Marks
Rudolph, the red-nosed reindeer Johnny Marks
Santa baby Joan Javits, Phil Springer, Tony Springer
Santa, bring my baby back (to me) Claude DeMetrius, Aaron Schroeder
Santa Claus parade, the Johnny Marks
Shepherd's cradle song Glatz Folk Song
Shout the glad tidings
Silent night Mohr, Gruber
Silver and gold Johnny Marks
Silver bells (from "lemon drop kid") Jay Livingston, Ray Evans
Simple birth, the Traditional Flemish
Sing we we now of Christmas
Sleep holy babe
Snow on the ground, the Traditional Irish
Snowfall Ruth Thornhill, Claude Thornhill
Some children see him Wihla Hutson, Alfred Burt
Some things for Christmas (a snake, some mice, some glue and a hole, too) Jacquelyn Reinach, Joan Lamport
Star carol (canzone d'l zampognarl), the Peter Seeger, Traditional Neapolitan Carol
Star carol, the Wihla Hutson, Alfred Burt
Star of Christmas morning, the
Star of the east
Still, still, still
Suzy snowflake Sid Tepper, Roy Bennett
Tennessee Christmas Amy Grant, Gary Chapman
That Christmas feeling Bennie Benjamin, George Weiss
There is no Christmas like a home Christmas Carl Sigman, Mickey J. Addy
There's a song in the air Josiah G. Holland, Karl P. Harrington
(There's no place like) home for the holidays Al Stillman, Robert Allen
This is Christmas (bright, bright the holly berries) Wihla Hutson, Alfred Burt
This one's for the children Maurice Starr
Toyland (from babes in toyland) Glen MacDonough, Victor Herbert
'Twas the night before Christmas Clement Clard Moore, F. Henri Klickman
Twelve day of Christmas
Up on the housetop B.R. Hanby
Virgin unspotted, a Traditional English
Watchman, tell us of the night
We are Santa's elves Johnny Marks
We need a little Christmas (from "mame") Jerry Herman
We three kings of orient are
We wish you a merry Christmas
What are you doing New Year's Eve? Frank Loesser
What child is this?
When Christ was born of Mary free Traditional English
When Christmas morn is dawning Tradtional
When Santa Claus gets your letter Johnny Marks
While shepards watched their flocks by night
White world of winter, the Mitchell Parish, Hoagy Carmichael
Winds through the olive trees
Wonderful Christmas time McCartney
Wonderful world of Christmas, the Charles Tobias, Al Frisch
You make it feel like Christmas Neil Diamond
You're all I want for Christmas Glen Moore, Seger Ellis

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