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Silly Songs & Sing-Alongs For Christma
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Silly Songs & Sing-Alongs For Christma

Sheet Music
Voicing/Format Teacher's Edition
Desc Collection
Composer Jacobson/Billingsley
Publisher Hal Leonard Publishing Corp
Series Expressive Art (CHORAL)
Catalog # 09970440

Price: $19.99

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Silly Songs & Sing-Alongs For Christma Composed by Jacobson/Billingsley. For Teacher's Edition. Published by Hal Leonard Publishing Corp. (Catalog # 09970440, UPC: 073999247695)

Spread holiday cheer throughout your school and community with this delightfully whacky collection of holiday songs set to new lyrics. Perfect for classroom or stage, these imaginative parodies can be sung singly or you can add the clever rhyming script for a handy holiday performance. Includes piano/vocal arrangements, choreography suggestions and reproducible lyric sheets. A separate ShowTrax CD includes each song with vocal and instrumental tracks for portability and sing-along fun. Includes 12 songs. Available: Song Collection (with reproducible lyric sheets) and Performance/Accomp. CD. For all ages!
Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
FOOD FOOD FOOD JACOBSON/BILLINGSLEY  
GOOD OLD SANTA JACOBSON/BILLINGSLEY  
HE'LL BE COMIN' FROM THE NORTH POLE JACOBSON/BILLINGSLEY  
MINE EYES HAVE SEEN THE PRESENTS JACOBSON/BILLINGSLEY  
O CHRISTMAS TREE KENNY G FREDERICK/GORELICK/T  
OH WHERE HAVE YOU BEEN MR. CLAUS JACOBSON/BILLINGSLEY  
OLD SAINT NICK HE HAD A SLEIGH JACOBSON/BILLINGSLEY  
OVER THE FREEWAY AND TO THE MALL JACOBSON/BILLINGSLEY  
S-A-N-T-A JACOBSON/BILLINGSLEY  
SNOWMAN ON THE LAWN,THE JACOBSON/BILLINGSLEY  
TAKE ME OUT IN A SNOWSTORM JACOBSON/BILLINGSLEY  
WE'RE GONNA GO ON A SLEIGH RIDE JACOBSON/BILLINGSLEY  
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