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Merry Christmas Songbook

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A giant collection of 110 yuletide favorites, including I'll be Home for Christmas, O Come All Ye Faithful, The First Noel, Frosty the Snowman, and much more. Spiral-bound to lie flat plus a sing-along lyric book.
Hardcover, 252 pages
Published November 1st 1981 by Readers Digest
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Dani "The REAL Cullens_Girl since 2002"
I try to remember every year to get my hold in at the library so I can have it on loan over the holidays. Its easily one of my favorite Christmas songbooks. As with all their songbooks, Reader's Digest doesn't disappoint.
Meltha
Has all the basic favorites, looks lovely sitting on the piano at the holidays, easy to read notation, not too over the top, and a great deal of fun for fellow key-plunkers.
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