Ultimate Christmas Fake Book, The

Call Number
MP1630.28 .U53 1997
Imprint
Milwaukee, WI : Hal Leonard Corp., [1997?]
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Song Title Composer
Parade of the wooden soldiers Ballard MacDonald, Leon Jessel
Pat-a-pan
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 Claus parade, the Johnny Marks
Santa, bring my baby back (to me) Claude DeMetrius, Aaron Schroeder
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, the Wihla Hutson, Alfred Burt
Star carol, The (canzone d' zampognari) Traditional Neapolitan Carol
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
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
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

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