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  • 1. The Underground Undergraduate Christmas Songbook November 28, 2001
  • 2. Contents Children go where I send thee . . . . . . . . . . . 5 The twelve days of Christmas . . . . . . . . . . . 7 It came upon a midnight clear . . . . . . . . . . . 9 Joy to the world . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11 Away in a manger . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13 Away in a manger . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14 Silver Bells . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15 Silent Night . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17 Deck the Halls . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19 Let it Snow . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21 Little town of Bethlehem . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23 The Little Drummer Boy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25 Frosty the Snow Man . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27 Go tell it on the mountain . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29 Blue Christmas . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30 God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen . . . . . . . . . . 31 Good King Wenceslas . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33 Hark! The Herald Angels Sing . . . . . . . . . . . 35 Here Comes Santa Claus . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 37 Angels We Have Heard on High . . . . . . . . . . 38 I Saw Three Ships . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 39 Jingle Bells . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 40 O come all ye faithful . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 41 O Holy Night . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 43 Rudolph the Red-nosed Reindeer . . . . . . . . . 45 The First Noel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 47 Santa Claus is coming to Town . . . . . . . . . . 49 1
  • 3. O Christmas Tree . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 50The Holly and the Ivy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 51White Christmas . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 52In the moon of winter time . . . . . . . . . . . . . 53Chestnuts Roasting on an Open Fire . . . . . . . 55We Three Kings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 57Winter Wonderland . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 59All through the night . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 61What Child is this? . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 63On the Housetop . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 65We wish you a Merry Christmas . . . . . . . . . . 67 2
  • 4. Major Chords A C D E F G orAmaj7 Cmaj7 Dmaj7 Emaj7 Fmaj7 Gmaj7 or A7 C7 D7 E7 F7 G7 x A6 C6 D6 E6 F6 G6 x A+ C+ D+ E+ F+ G+ xAmaj9 Cmaj9 Dmaj9 Emaj9 Fmaj9 Gmaj9 A9 C9 D9 E9 F9 G9 3
  • 5. Minor Chords x x xx Am Bm Cm Dm Em Fm Gm x x xAm7 Bm7 Cm7 Dm7 Em7 Fm7 Gm7 x x x x Am6 Bm6 Cm6 Dm6 Em6 Fm6 Gm6 x x xx Am9 Bm9 Cm9 Dm9 Em9 Fm9 Gm9 Diminished Series (Note: Fo is an inversion of Do) Some Flat fifths xx xx xx xx x x x x Do Eo Eo Fo Bm7-5 Gm7-5 Em7-5Some suspended fourths Some Flat ninths x x or Asus Csus Dsus Esus Gsus A-9 C-9 E-9 4
  • 6. Children go where I send thee(Traditional) EChildren go where I send thee EHow shall I send theeI’m gonna send you one by oneOne for the itty bitty baby A E B7 EWas born born born on Christmas day. EChildren go where I send thee EHow shall I send theeI’m gonna send you two by twoTwo for Paul and SilasOne for the itty bitty baby A E B7 EWas born born born on Christmas day. EChildren go where I send thee EHow shall I send thee 5
  • 7. EI’m gonna send you three by threeThree for the Hebrew ChildrenTwo for Paul and SilasOne for the itty bitty baby A E B7 EWas born born born on Christmas day.Four for the four who stood at the doorFive for the gospel preachersSix for the six who never got fixedSeven for the seven who never got to heavenEight for the eight who stood at the gateNine for the nine who looked so fineTen for the ten commandmentsEleven for the eleven deridersTwelve for the twelve apostles. 6
  • 8. The twelve days of Christmas(Traditional) D A DOn the first day of Christmas my true love gave to me A Da partridge in a pear tree D A DOn the second day of Christmas my true love gave to meA D A DTwo turtle doves and a partridge in a pear tree D A DOn the third day of Christmas my true love gave to meAThree French hens, Two turtle doves and D A Da partridge in a pear tree D A DOn the fourth day of Christmas my true love gave to meD G AFour calling birds, Three French hens, Two turtle doves D A Dand a partridge in a pear tree D A DOn the fifth day of Christmas my true love gave to meD G AFive golden rings,D G AFour calling birds, Three French hens, Two turtle doves D A Dand a partridge in a pear tree 7
  • 9. D A DOn the sixth day of Christmas my true love gave to meASix geese a laying,D G AFive golden rings, D G AFour calling birds, Three French hens, Two turtle doves D A Dand a partridge in a pear tree D A DOn the seventh day of Christmas my true love gave to me ASeven swans a-swimming ...On the eigthth day . . . Eight maids a-milking . . .On the ninth day . . . Nine ladies dancing ...On the tenth day . . . Ten lords a-leaping ...On the eleventh day . . . Eleven pipers piping ...On the twelfth day . . . Twelve drummers drumming ... 8
  • 10. It came upon a midnight clear(E. H. Sears and R. S. Willis) G C GIt came upon a midnight clear C A7 D7That glorious song of old, G C GFrom angels bending near the earth C D7 GTo touch their harps of gold. Em B7 Em“Peace on the earth, good will to men D A7 D7From Heaven’s all gracious King!” G C GThe world in solemn stillness lay C D7 GTo hear the angels sing. G C GStill through the cloven skies they come C A7 D7With peaceful wings unfurled G C GAnd still their heavenly music floats C D7 GO’er all the weary world. 9
  • 11. Em B7 EmAbove its sad and lowly plains D A7 D 7They bend on hovering wing G C GAnd ever o’er its Babel sounds C D7 GThe blessed angels sing. 10
  • 12. Joy to the world(Isaac Watts and G. F. Handel)A E7 AJoy to the world, the Lord is come D E7 ALet earth receive her King ALet every heart prepare him room AAnd heav’n and nature sing E7And heaven and nature sing A D A D A E7 AAnd heav’n and heaven and nature sing.A E7 AJoy to the earth the Saviour reigns D E7 ALet men their songs employ AWhile fields and floods, rocks, hills and plains ARepeat the sounding joy E7Repeat the sounding joy A D A D A E7 ARepeat, repeat the sounding joy 11
  • 13. A E7 AHe rules the world with truth and grace D E7 AAnd makes the nations prove AThe glories of their righteousness AAnd wonders of his love E7And wonders of his love A D A DA E7 AAnd wonders, and wonders of his love 12
  • 14. Away in a manger(Martin Luther and J. E. Spillman, Cowboy version) D G DAway in a manger, no crib for a bed A DThe little lord Jesus lay down his sweet head D G DThe stars in the heavens looked down where he lay Em D Em A7 DThe little Lord Jesus asleep in the hay. D G DBe near me Lord Jesus I ask thee to stay A DClose by me forever and love me I pray D G DBless all the dear children in Thy tender care Em D Em A7 DAnd take us to Heaven to live with thee there. 13
  • 15. Away in a manger(Martin Luther and J. E. Spillman, english version) D GAway in a manger, no crib for a bedEm A D Em7 AThe little lord Jesus lay down his sweet head D GThe stars in the heavens looked down where he lay Em D Em A7 DThe little Lord Jesus asleep in the hay. D GBe near me Lord Jesus I ask thee to stayEm A D Em7 AClose by me forever and love me I pray D GBless all the dear children in Thy tender care Em D Em A7 DAnd take us to Heaven to live with thee there. 14
  • 16. Silver Bells(Jay Livingstone and Ray Evans) GCity sidewalks, busy sidewalks CDressed in holiday style D7 GIn the air there’s a feeling of Christmas GChildren laughing, people passing CMeeting smile after smile D7 GAnd on every street corner you hearChorus:G CSilver bells, silver bells D7 GIt’s Christmas time in the cityG CRing-a-ling, hear them ringD7 GSoon it will be Christmas day 15
  • 17. GStrings of street lights, even stop lights CBlink a bright red and green D7 GAs the shoppers rush home with their treasures GHear the snow crunch, see the kids bunch CThis is Santa’s big scene D7 GAnd above all the bustle you hearChorus: 16
  • 18. Silent Night(Joseph Mohr and Franz Gruber)GSilent night, holy nightD GAll is calm, all is bright C G‘Round yon virgin mother and childC GHoly infant so tender and mildD GSleep in Heavenly peace D GSleep in Heavenly peaceGSilent night, holy night D GShepherds quake at the sightC GGlories stream from heaven afar C GHeav’nly hosts sing: “Hallelulia!D GChrist the Saviour is born.” D GChrist the Saviour is born.” 17
  • 19. GSilent night, holy night D GSon of God, love’s pure lightC GRadiant beams from Thy holy faceC GWith the dawn of redeeming grace D GJesus, Lord at thy birth. D GJesus, Lord at thy birth. 18
  • 20. Deck the Halls(Welsh Traditional)DDeck the halls with boughs of holly,Em D A7 DFa la la la la la la la la!DTis the season to be jolly,Em D A7 DFa la la la la la la la la!A7 D A7Don we now our gay apparelEm Bm A7Em7 7AFa la la la la la la la la!DTroll the ancient yuletide carol,Em D A7 DFa la la la la la la la la!DSee the blazing yule before usEm D A7 DFa la la la la la la la la!DStrike the harp and join the chorusEm D A7 DFa la la la la la la la la! 19
  • 21. A7 D A7Follow me in merry measureEm Bm A7Em7 7AFa la la la la la la la la!DWhile I tell of yuletide treasureEm D A7 DFa la la la la la la la la!DFast away the old year passesEm D A7 DFa la la la la la la la la!DHail the new, ye lads and lassiesEm D A7 DFa la la la la la la la la!A7 D A7Sing we joyous all togetherEm Bm A7Em7 7AFa la la la la la la la la!DHeedless of the wind and weatherEm D A7 DFa la la la la la la la la! 20
  • 22. Let it Snow(Sammy Cahn and Julie Styne) D A7 DOh the weather outside is frightful E7 A7But the fire is so delightful Em B7 EmAnd since we’ve no place to go A7 DLet it snow, let it snow, let it snow! D A7 DIt doesn’t show signs of stopping E7 A7And I’ve brought some corn for popping Em B7 EmThe light’s are turned way down low A7 DLet it snow, let it snow, let it snow! AWhen we finally kiss goodnight E7 AHow I’ll hate going out in the storm ABut if you really hold me tight B7 E7 A7Then all the way home I’ll be warm 21
  • 23. D A7 DOh the fire is slowly dying E7 A7And my dear, we’re still goodbyeing Em B7 EmBut as long as you love me so A7 DLet it snow, let it snow, let it snow! 22
  • 24. Little town of Bethlehem(P. Brooks and L.H. Redner) C FO little town of Bethlehem, C G7 CHow still we see thee lie! A7 DmAbove thy deep and dreamless sleep C G7 CThe silent stars go by, Am E7Yet, in thy dark streets shineth Am E7The everlasting light: C FThe hopes and fears of all the years C G7 CAre met in thee tonight. C FFor Christ is born of Mary C G7 CAnd, gathered all above, A7 DmWhile mortals sleep the angels keep C G7 CTheir watch of wondring love. 23
  • 25. Am E7O, morning stars together Am E7Proclaim the holy birth C FAnd praises sing to God, our King, C G7 CAnd peace to men on earth. 24
  • 26. The Little Drummer Boy(Davis, Onorati and Simeone)CCome, they told me Pa Rum Pa Pum PumCA new born king to see Pa Rum Pa Pum PumGOur finest gifts we bring Pa Rum Pa Pum Pum C FTo set before the king Pa Rum Pa Pum Pum C GRa Pa Pum Pum Ra Pa Pum PumCSo to honour him Pa Rum Pa Pum PumCWhen we comeCLittle baby Pa Rum Pa Pum PumCI am a poor boy too Pa Rum Pa Pum PumGI have no gift to bring Pa Rum Pa Pum Pum C FThat is fit to give a king Pa Rum Pa Pum Pum C GRa Pa Pum Pum Ra Pa Pum PumCShall I play for you Pa Rum Pa Pum PumCOn my drum 25
  • 27. CThen he nodded Pa Rum Pa Pum PumCThe ox and lamb kept time Pa Rum Pa Pum PumGI played my drum for him Pa Rum Pa Pum Pum C FI played my best for him Pa Rum Pa Pum Pum C GRa Pa Pum Pum Ra Pa Pum PumCThen he smiled at me Pa Rum Pa Pum PumCMe and my drum 26
  • 28. Frosty the Snow ManG C GFrosty the Snow Man, was a jolly, happy soul, C D7 G Em Am7 D7With a corncob pipe and a button nose and two eyes made out of coal.G C GFrosty the Snow Man, is a fairy tale they say; C D7 G Em Am7 D7 GHe was made of snow but the children know how he came to life one day. C Em Am7 GThere must have been some magic in that old silk hat they found, A7 Am7 D7For when they placed it on his head, he began to dance around. G C GOh, Frosty the Snow Man, was alive as he could be, C D7 G Em Am7 D7 GAnd the children say he could laugh and play just the same as you and me.Chorus: GThumpety thump thump, thumpety thump thump, D7Look at Frosty go; D7Thumpety thump thump, thumpety thump thump, GO’er the hills of snow. 27
  • 29. G C GFrosty, the Snow Man, knew the sun was hot that day, C D7 G Em Am7 D7So he said, “Let’s run and we’ll have some fun now before I melt away.”G C GDown to the village with a broomstick in his hand, C D7 G Em Am7 D7 GRunning here and there all around the square, sayin’ “Catch me if you can.” C Em Am7 GHe led them down the streets of town right to the traffic cop, A7 Am7 D7And he only paused a moment when he heard him holler “Stop!” G C GFor Frosty the Snow Man, had to hurry on his way, C D7 G Em Am7 D7 GBut he waved good-bye, saying “Don’t you cry; I’ll be back again someday.”Chorus: 28
  • 30. Go tell it on the mountain(Traditional)DGo tell it on the mountain A7Over the hills and everywhereDGo tell it on the mountain A7Jesus Christ is born D G DDown in the lowly manger D A7 Dthe humble Christ was born D G DGod sent salvation D A7 DThat blessed Christmas mornAlleluia!Chorus: D G DWhile Shepherds kept their watch, D A7 DOver silent flocks by night,D G DSo through the heavens D A7 DThere shone a holy lightAlleluia!Chorus: 29
  • 31. Blue Christmas(J. W. Johnson and B. Hayes) F Fmaj9 F6 C7I’ll have a blue Christmas without you Gm7 C7 FI’ll be so blue thinking about you Cm6 D7 Cm6 D7 GmDecorations of red on a green Christmas tree G9 G7 G9 C7 C7 C7 −5Won’t mean a thing if you’re not here with me F C7I’ll have a blue christmas that’s certain Gm7 C7 FAnd when that blue heartache starts hurtin’ Cm6 D7 Cm6 D7 Gm F◦You’ll be doin’ all right with your Christmas of white C7 Gm C6 Fmaj9 F6But I’ll have a blue, blue Christmas. 30
  • 32. God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen(Traditional) Am E7 Am F E7God rest ye, merry gentlemen, Let nothing you dismay; Am E7 Am F E7Remember Christ, our Saviour, Was born on Christmas day, Dm C E7 Am GTo save us all from Satan’s power, When we were gone astray, C Am E 7 Am D7 GO tidings of comfort and joy, comfort and joy, C Am E 7 AmO tidings of comfort and joy. Am E7 Am F E7The shepherds at those tidings, rejoiced much in mind Am E7 Am F E7And left their flocks a feeding, in tempest, storm and wind, Dm C E7 Am GAnd went to Bethlehem straight-way, this blessed babe to find; C Am E 7 Am D7 GO tidings of comfort and joy, comfort and joy, C Am E 7 AmO tidings of comfort and joy. 31
  • 33. Am E7 Am F E7But when to Bethlehem they came, where at this infant lay Am E7 Am F E7They found him in a manger, where oxen feed on hay, Dm C E7 Am GHis mother Mary kneeling, unto the Lord did pray; C Am E 7 Am D7 GO tidings of comfort and joy, comfort and joy, C Am E 7 AmO tidings of comfort and joy. 32
  • 34. Good King WenceslasG C D7 GGood King Wenceslas looked out, On the feast of StephenG C D7 GWhen the snow lay round about Deep and crisp and even.G D7 G D7 Em C D7 GBrightly shone the moon that night, Though the frost was cruel,G C D7 Em D G D7 G D7 Em D7 GWhen a poor man came in sight, Gath’ring winter fu... ...u... . . . el. G C D7 G“Hither page, and stand by me, If thou knowst it, telling,G C D7 GYonder peasant who is he? Where and what his dwelling?”G D7 G D7 Em C D7 G“Sire, he lives a good league hence, Underneath the mountains;G C D7 Em D G D7 G D7 Em D7 GRight against the forest fence, By Saint Ag... ...nes’ fou... . . . oun . . . ...tain.” G C D7 G“Bring me flesh and bring me wine, Bring me pine logs hither.G C D7 GThou and I will see him dine When we bear them thither.”G D7 G D7 Em C D7 GPage and monarch, forth they went, Forth they went together,G C D7 Em D G D7 G D7 Em D7 GThrough the rude winds wild lament, And the bitter wea. . . . . . ea. . . . . . ther. G C D7 G“Sire, the night is darker now, And the wind blows stronger.G C D7 GFails my heart, I know not how I can go no longer.” G D7 G D7 Em C D7 G“Mark my footsteps, my good page, Tread thou in them boldly;G C D7 Em D G D7 G D7 Em D7 GThou shalt find the winter’s rage Freeze thy blood less co. . . . . . o. . . . . . ldly.” 33
  • 35. G C D7 GIn his master’s steps he trod, Where the snow lay dinted.G C D7 GHeat was in the very sod Which the saint had printed.G D7 G D7 Em C D7 GTherefore, Christian men, be sure, Wealth or rank possessing,G C D7 Em D G D7 G D7 Em D7 GYe who now will bless the poor Shall yourselves find ble. . . . . . e. . . . . . ssing. 34
  • 36. Hark! The Herald Angels Sing(words by Charles Wesley and music by Felix Mendelssohn)D A7Hark! The herald angels singD G D A7 DGlory to the newborn King!D E7“Peace on earth and mercy mild;A E7 AGod and sinners reconciled.”D A7Joyful, all ye nations rise,D A7Join the triumph of the skies,G B7 EmWith angelic hosts proclaim A7 D A7 D“Christ is born in Bethlehem.”G B7 EmHark! the herald angels sing, A7 D A7 D“Glory to the newborn King.”D A7Christ by highest heav’n adored,D G D A7 DChrist, the everlasting Lord,D E7Late in time behold him come,A E7 AOffspring of the Virgin’s womb. 35
  • 37. D A7Veiled in flesh the God-head see,D A7Hail th’incarnate Deity.G B7 EmPleased as man wth men to dwellA7 D A7 DJesus our emanuel,G B7 EmHark! the herald angels sing,A7 D A7 D“Glory to the newborn King.” 36
  • 38. Here Comes Santa ClausCHere comes Santa Claus, Here comes Santa Claus,G7Right down Santa Claus Lane.G7Vixen and Blitzen and all his reindeerC C7Pulling on the rein.F EmSleigh bells ringin’, children singin’Dm7 CAll is merry and bright, G E7So hang your stockings and say your prayers, Am7 D7 G7‘Cause Santa Claus comes tonight.CHere comes Santa Claus, Here comes Santa Claus,G7Right down Santa Claus Lane.G7He’s got a bag that’s filled with toys C C7For girls and boys again;F EmHear those sleigh bells jingle jangleDm7 COh, what a beautiful sight, G E7So jump in bed and cover your head Am7 D7 G7‘Cause Santa Claus comes tonight. 37
  • 39. Angels We Have Heard on HighC G7 CAngels we have heard on high,C G7 C G7 CSweetly singing oer the plains; Am G C G7 CAnd the mountains in replyCG C G7 CEchoing their joyous strains. C F C G C G CFC GGlo-oooo-o-oooo-o-oooo-o-ria in excelsis Deo, C F C G C G CFC GCGlo-oooo-o-oooo-o-oooo-o-ria in excelsis De-e-o,C G7 CShepherds, why this jubilee?C G7 C G7 CWhy your joyous songs prolong? Am G C G7 CWhat the gladsome tidings beC G C G7 CWhich inspire your heavnly song?C G7 CCome to Bethlehem and see G F G7 FHim whose birth the angels sing; Am G C G7 CCome adore on bended kneeC G C G7 CChrist, the Lord, our new-born King. 38
  • 40. I Saw Three Ships(Traditional) C G C GI saw three ships come sailing in C D7 GOn Christmas day, on Christmas day C G C GI saw three ships come sailing in C F G7 COn Christmas day in the morning C G C GAnd what was in those ships all three? C D7 GOn Christmas day, on Christmas day. C G C GAnd what was in those ships all three? C F G7 COn Christmas day in the morning. C G C GThe Virgin Mary and Christ were there C D7 GOn Christmas day, on Christmas day; C G C GThe Virgin Mary and Christ were there, C F G7 COn Christmas day in the morning. 39
  • 41. Jingle Bells(J. Pierpont)D GDashing through the snow, In a one-horse open sleigh, A7 DO’er the fields we go, Laughing all the way.D GBells on bobtail ring, Making spirits bright.G A7 DWhat fun it is to ride and sing a sleighing song tonight!D GNow the ground is white, Go it while youre young. A7 DTake the girls tonight And sing this sleighing song. D GJust get a bob-tailed bay, Two forty for his speed,G A7 DThen hitch him to an open sleigh And crack! you’ll take the leadDJingle bells, jingle bells, jingle all the way! G D E7 A7Oh, what fun it is to ride in a one-horse open sleigh! Hey!DJingle bells, jingle bells, jingle all the way! G D A7 DOh, what fun it is to ride on a one-horse open sleigh! 40
  • 42. O come all ye faithful(Traditional) D A D GD AO come all ye faithful, joyful and triumphant, Bm AE A E7 AO come ye, O come ye to Bethlehem.D A7 D A Bm ACome and behold Him, born the King of angels. DO come let us adore him, A D AO come let us a . . . dore him,D A7 D A7 D A7 D G D A7 DO come let us a. . . dore Hi. . . im, Chr. . . ist, the Lord!D A D G D ASing, choirs of angels, sing in exultation,Bm A E A E7 ASing, all ye citizens of heavn above; D A7 DA Bm AGlory to God in the highest DO come let us adore Him, A D AO come let us adore Him,D A7 D A7 D A7 D G D A7 DO come let us a. . . dore Hi. . . im, Chr. . . ist, the Lord! 41
  • 43. D A D G DAAdeste Fideles, laeti triumphantesBm A E A E7 AVenite Venite ad Be . . . ethlehemD A7 D A Bm ANatum videte, regum angelorum D AD AVenite adoremus! Venite adoremus!D A7 DA7 D A7 D G D A7 DVe ni te A dor e mus, Do-o-minum! 42
  • 44. O Holy NightG C GO holy night, the stars are brightly shining; D7 GIt is the night of the dear Saviours birth.G C GLong lay the world in sin and error pining Bm F7 BmTill He appeared and the soul felt His worth. D7 GA thrill of hope, the weary world rejoices, D7 GFor yonder beams a new and glorious morn.Em B7 Am EmFall on your knees! Oh, hear the angel voices!G D7 G CG D7 GO night divine! O night when Christ was born! D7 G CG D7 GO night divine! O night, O night divine! 43
  • 45. G C GLed by the light of faith serenely beaming, D7 GWith glowing hearts by His cradle we stand; C GAnd led by the light of star so sweetly gleaming Bm F7 BmHere come the wise men from Orient land. D7 GThe King of Kings thus lay in lowly manger, D7 GIn all our trials born to be our friend.Em B7 Am EmHe knows our needs; To our weakness no stranger.G D7 G C G D7 GBehold your King! Before Him lowly bend. D7 G C G D7 GBehold your King! Your King, before Him bend. 44
  • 46. Rudolph the Red-nosed Reindeer C Bm7 Am7 D7You know Dasher and Dancer and Prancer and VixenC Bm7 Am7 D7Comet and Cupid and Donner and Blitzen B7 EmBut do you recall Am DThe most famous reindeer of all?Chorus:GRudolph, the Red-nosed Reindeer DHad a very shiny nose,DAnd if you ever saw it, GYou would even say it glows!GAll of the other reindeer DUsed to laugh and call him names,DThey never let poor Rudolph GJoin in any reindeer games. 45
  • 47. C GThen one foggy Christmas eve,D GSanta came to say: A7“Rudolph with your nose so bright,Am7 D7Won’t you guide my sleigh tonight?”GThen how the Reindeer loved him DAs they shouted out with glee: D“Rudolph the Red-nosed Reindeer, GYou’ll go down in history!” 46
  • 48. The First Noel A E D A“The first Noel”, the angel did say D A E7 AWas to certain poor shepherds in fields as they lay, A E D AIn fields where they lay keeping their sheep A E7 AOn a cold winter’s night that was so deep. A E D ANoel, Noel, Noel, Noel, E7 ABorn is the King of Israel. A E D AThey looked up and saw a star D A E7 AShining in the East beyond them far A E D AAnd to the earth it gave great light A E7 AAnd so it continued both day and night. A E D ANoel, Noel, Noel, Noel, E7 ABorn is the King of Israel. 47
  • 49. A E D AAnd by the light of that same star D A E7 AThree wise men came from country afar A E D ATo seek for a King was their intent A E7 AAnd to follow the star where ever it went. A E D ANoel, Noel, Noel, Noel, E7 ABorn is the King of Israel. 48
  • 50. Santa Claus is coming to Town(H. Gillespie and J. F. Coots)G CYou’d better watch out, you’d better not cry, G CBetter not pout, I’m telling you why: G Em7 Am7 D7 GSanta Claus is coming to town. G CHe’s makin’ a list and checkin’ it twice, G CGonna find out who’s naughty or nice G Em7 Am7 D7 GSanta Claus is coming to town. CHe sees you when you’re sleeping. CHe knows when you’re awake. A7 D7He knows if you’ve been bad or good, Am7 A7 D7So be good for goodness sake.G CYou’d better watch out, you’d better not cry, G CBetter not pout, I’m telling you why: G Em7 Am7 D7 GSanta Claus is coming to town. 49
  • 51. O Christmas Tree C G COh Christmas Tree, Oh Christmas Tree, Dm G7 CHow beautiful your branches, C G COh Christmas Tree, Oh Christmas Tree, Dm G7 CHow beautiful your branches, G7Not only green in summer’s heat CBut also winter’s snow and sleet,C G7 Gm6 A7Oh Christmas Tree, Oh Christmas Tree, Dm G7 CHow beautiful your branches, C G COh Christmas Tree, Oh Christmas Tree, Dm G7 COf all the trees most lovely, C G COh Christmas Tree, Oh Christmas Tree, Dm G7 COf all the trees most lovely, G7Each year you bring to me delight, CGleaming in the Christmas night, C G7 Gm6 A7Oh Christmas Tree, Oh Christmas Tree, Dm G7 COf all the trees most lovely. 50
  • 52. The Holly and the Ivy D G D G AThe holly and the ivy when they are both full grownD G DOf all the trees that are in the wood A DThe holly bears the crown. D G D G AO the rising of the sun and the running of the deer,D GDThe playing of the merry organ A DSweet singing in the choir. D G D G AThe holly bears the blossom as white as any snow D G DAnd Mary bore sweet Jesus Christ A DOn Christmas day in the morn D G D G AThe Holly and the Ivy now both are full well grown,D G DOf all the trees that are in the wood, A DThe Holly bears the crown. 51
  • 53. White Christmas(Irving Berlin)C G7 Am7 Dm7 GI’m dreaming of a white ChristmasDm7 G C GJust like the ones I used to know, C AmWhen the tree tops glisten F FmAnd children listen C Em7 Am7 Dm7 GTo hear sleigh bells in the snow.C G7 Am7 Dm7 GI’m dreaming of a white ChristmasDm7 G C GWith every Christmas card I write. C C7 F Fm6May your days be merry and bright, C F G7 CAnd may all your Christmases be white. 52
  • 54. In the moon of winter time DmTwas in the moon of winter-time Am DmWhen all the birds had fled, DmThat mighty Gitchi-Manitou Am DmSent Angel-choirs instead; F A7Before their light the stars grew dim, Dm Am7And wondering hunters heard the hymn. Dm Am D m Am DmJesus your king is born, Jesus is born, Am D mIn excelsis gloria. DmWithin a lodge of broken bark Am DmThe tender Babe was found, DmA ragged robe of rabbit skin Am DmEnwrapped His beauty ‘round; F A7But as the hunter braves drew nigh, Dm Am7The angel-song rang loud and high. Dm Am D m Am DmJesus your king is born, Jesus is born, Am D mIn excelsis gloria. 53
  • 55. DmO children of the forest free Am DmO sons of Manitou DmThe holy child of earth and heav’n Am DmIs born this day for you F A7Come kneal before the radiant boy Dm Am7Who brings you beauty, peace and joy Dm Am D m Am DmJesus your king is born, Jesus is born, Am D mIn excelsis gloria. 54
  • 56. Chestnuts Roasting on an Open Fire(Mel Torme)C Dm Em7 Dm7Chestnuts roasting on an open fire,C Gm F FmJack Frost nipping at your nose.Am Fm C B7Yuletide carols being sung by a choir,Em Fm Dm Gand folks dressed up like Eskimos. C Dm Em7 Dm7Everybody knows a turkey and some mistletoe,help to make the season bright.Am Fm C B7Tiny tots with their eyes all a-glow, Em Dm F G Cwill find it hard to sleep tonight. Gm Cmaj7They know that Santa’s on his way, Gm Cmaj7 Fmaj7 Fmhe’s loaded lots of toys and goodies on his sleigh. Fm B maj7 E maj7And ev’ry mother’s child is gonna spy, Am D F G7to see if reindeer really know how to fly. 55
  • 57. C Dm Em7 Dm7And so, I’m offering this simple phrase, C Gm F Fmto kids from one to ninety-two, Am Fm C B7although it’s been said many times, many ways, F G C“Merry Christmas to you!” 56
  • 58. We Three Kings(J. H. Hopkins)Am E 7 AmWe three kings of Orient are E7 AmBearing gifts we traverse afar, G C FField and fountain, moor and mountain,Dm Am E 7 AmFollowing yonder star.Chorus:G7 C F CO . . . O Star of wonder, star of night, F CStar with royal beauty brightAm G C F C GWestward leading, still proceeding,C F CGuide us to thy perfect lightAm E7 AmBorn a King on Bethlehem’s plain; E7 AmGold I bring to crown him again. G C FKing forever, ceasing never,D m Am E 7 AmOver all to reign.Chorus: 57
  • 59. Am E7 AmWe three kings of Orient are E7 AmTrying to smoke a rubber cigar G C FIt was loaded, It explodedDm Am E 7 AmNow there are no kings. 58
  • 60. Winter Wonderland(R. Smith and F. Bernard)GSleighbells ring, are you listening, DIn the lane, snow is glistening, D7 Am7 D CA beautiful sight, were happy tonight, G D7 GWalking in a Winter Wonderland! GGone away is the bluebird, DHere to stay is the new bird, D7 Am7 D CHe sings a love song, as we go along, G D7 GWalking in a Winter Wonderland! C F CIn the meadow we can build a snowman, F CThen pretend that he is Parson Brown. D G DHe’ll say: “Are you married?” We’ll say: “No man! A DBut you can do the job when you’re in town!” 59
  • 61. GLater on, we’ll conspire, DAs we dream by the fire, D7 Am7 D CTo face unafraid the plans that we made, G D7 GWalking in a Winter Wonderland! 60
  • 62. All through the night(Traditional) D G E ASleep my child and peace attend theeG A7 DAll through the night G E7 A7Guardian angels God will send theeG A7 DAll through the night A7Soft and drowsy hours are creeping A7Hill and vale in slumber sleepingD G E AI my loving vigil keepingG A7 DAll through the nightD G E AWhile the moon her watch is keepingG A7 DAll through the nightD G E AWhile the weary world is sleepingG A7 DAll through the night 61
  • 63. A7O’er thy spirit gently stealing A7Visions of delight revealing D G E ABreathes a pure and holy feelingG A7 DAll through the night 62
  • 64. What Child is this? Dm CWhat child is this, who laid to rest, B maj7 A7On Mary’s lap is sleeping? Dm CWhom angels greet with anthems sweet, B maj7 A7 DmWhile shepherds watch are keeping?F CThis, this is Christ, the King B maj7 A7Whom shepherds guard and angels sing:F CHaste, haste to bring him laud, B maj7 A7 DmThe babe, the son of Mary. Dm CSo bring him incense, gold and myrrh, B maj7 A7Come peasant, king to own Him, Dm CThe King of kings salvation brings, B maj7 A7 DmLet loving hearts enthrone Him. 63
  • 65. F CThis, this is Christ, the King B maj7 A7Whom shepherds guard and angels sing:F CHaste, haste to bring him laud, B maj7 A7 DmThe babe, the son of Mary. 64
  • 66. On the Housetop(B. R. Hanby) AUp on the housetop reindeer pause, D A E7Out jumps good old Santa ClausADown through the chimney with lots of toys D A E7 AAll for the little ones, Christmas joys.Chorus: D AHo, ho, ho! Who wouldn’t go! E7 AHo, ho, ho! Who wouldn’t go! DUp on the housetop, click click click;A E7 ADown through the chimney with good Saint Nick. AFirst comes the stocking of little Nell; D A E7Oh, dear Santa fill it well; AGive her a dolly that laughs and cries, D A E7 AOne that will open and shut her eyes.Chorus: 65
  • 67. ANext comes the stocking of little Will; D A E7oh, just see what glorious fill! AHere is a hammer and lots of tacks, D A E7 AAlso a ball and a whip that cracks. 66
  • 68. We wish you a Merry Christmas(Traditional) C FWe wish you a Merry Christmas D7 GWe wish you a Merry Christmas C FWe wish you a Merry Christmas C G7 CAnd a Happy New Year! GGood tidings to you D7 GWherever you are; C GGood tidings for Christmas F G7 CAnd a happy New Year! 67
  • 69. IndexAll through the night, 61 Rudolph the Red-nosed Reindeer,Angels We Have Heard on High, 38 45Away in a manger, 13, 14 Santa Claus is coming to Town, 49Blue Christmas, 30 Silent Night, 17 Silver Bells, 15Chestnuts Roasting on an Open Fire, 55 Twelve days of Christmas, the, 7Children go where I send thee, 5 We Three Kings, 57Deck the Halls, 19 We wish you a Merry Christmas, 67First Noel, the, 47 What Child is this?, 63Frosty the Snow Man, 27 White Christmas, 52Go tell it on the mountain, 29 Winter Wonderland, 59God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen, 31Good King Wenceslas, 33Hark The Herald Angels Sing, 35Here Comes Santa Claus, 37Holly and the Ivy, the, 51I Saw Three Ships, 39In the moon of winter time, 53It came upon a midnight clear, 9Jingle Bells, 40Joy to the world, 11Let it Snow, 21Little Drummer Boy, the, 25Little town of Bethlehem, 23O Christmas Tree, 50O come all ye faithful, 41O Holy Night, 43On the Housetop, 65 68