Topic: Christmas Songs!!

Hello!! It's really not too early!! Looking for the chords and lyrics to old Christmas Songs. Any help would be appreciated!! Would prefer not to leave site as this is where I belong!!! Many thanks!!

Re: Christmas Songs!!

Hi Pamela,

If you look at the 'Public Books' and click on 'Christmas': http://www.chordie.com/publicbooks.php?cat=Christmas you will find the Christmas songbooks that Members have published. I am sure you can find more than you need there smile

Roger

Re: Christmas Songs!!

Hi Roger!! Thanks so very much! Should have looked there first!!🎸

Re: Christmas Songs!!

Pamesposito wrote:

Hello!! It's really not too early!! Looking for the chords and lyrics to old Christmas Songs. Any help would be appreciated!! Would prefer not to leave site as this is where I belong!!! Many thanks!!

You can also look in the misc Christmas area it contains all the songs for xmas.

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Re: Christmas Songs!!

For me, December 23 is too early to start learning Christmas songs. Guess I'm a scrooge. smile

Re: Christmas Songs!!

Go back a year in songwriting & poem forums.
Some originals there.

Demos of original songs.
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Re: Christmas Songs!!

Here's a site that has a number of traditional Christmas songs, as well as traditional hymns. I use them mainly when finger-picking the classical guitar, but they'll work well strumming:

http://hymnchords.net/

There's a number of Chordie collections in the "Public Books" tab at the top; one just needs to do some searching through them.

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Re: Christmas Songs!!

dino48 wrote:

You can also look in the misc Christmas area it contains all the songs for xmas.

To make life easier here is the link to the page Dino is referring to: http://www.chordie.com/song.php/songart … index.html

Roger

Re: Christmas Songs!!

If you go to Artists and click on M, then scroll down to MISC Christmas you will see all kinds of songs. The words and Chordes.