More Albums by Susie Luchsinger. Released Date Album Name Artist Name Released Number. I'll Be Home For Christmas.
Martha Susan "Susie" McEntire-Eaton (formerly Luchsinger; born November 8, 1957) is an American CCM singer. She is the younger sister of Reba, Alice, and Pake. She used her married name of Susie Luchsinger on her solo albums until her divorce in 2008. Susie McEntire-Eaton. Susan Martha McEntire. Also known as. Susie Luchsinger (1981–2008). 1957-11-08) November 8, 1957 (age 61) Chockie, Oklahoma, . In 1993, she released her debut solo record, scoring several hits on Christian country radio. The album hit on the . Billboard Top Contemporary Christian Albums chart in 1994. Several further solo albums followed in the 1990s and 2000s .
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I'll Be Home for Christmas" is a Christmas song written by the lyricist Kim Gannon and composer Walter Kent and recorded in 1943 by Bing Crosby, who scored a top ten hit with the song. Originally written to honor soldiers overseas who longed to be home at Christmas time, "I'll Be Home for Christmas" has since gone on to become a Christmas standard. The song is sung from the point of view of a soldier stationed overseas during World War II, writing a letter to his family
NOTE Because Christmas songs are so subjective as far as key, and the many different versions/styles, try moving the capo around and/or transpose to find what fits with how you want to play/sing it. The chord progression will still fit the song with whatever combination you choose. STANDARD TUNING w/ CAPO ON 2 -See note above :) "single strum each chord".
I'll Be Home For Christmas". I'm dreaming tonight of a place I love Even more than I usually do And although I know it's a long road back I promise you. I'll be home for Christmas You can count on me Please have snow and mistletoe And presents by the tree. Christmas eve will find me Where the love light gleams I'll be home for Christmas If only in my dreams. I'll be home for Christmas You can count on me Please have some snow and mistletoe And presents by the tree
Jazz ical director David Leonhardt reminds his audience of his commendable skills on this holiday offering titled I'll Be Home for Christmas. Comprised of a core group of vocalist Nancy Reed, saxophonist Larry McKenna, bassist Matthew Parrish, and drummer Taro Okamoto, the David Leonhardt Jazz Group swings through holiday classics with a modern jazz perspective.
Bing Crosby originally recorded "I'll Be Home For Christmas" in 1943, based on a song written by Kim Gannon. The song almost didn't see the light of day as many music professionals rejected the song before Crosby decided to record it. The reason for the controversy was the last line "I'll be home for Christmas, if only in my dreams. With so many soldiers overseas fighting in the war, the music industry believed that would lower the morale of soldiers. Even after Crosby released it, the . banned it for years due to those concerns over morale. He covered "I'll Be Home For Christmas" on his 2014 album Holiday for Swing. The album peaked at No. 1 on the Heatseekers Albums chart. 4. Pentatonix "I'll Be Home For Christmas". Before hitting it big, Pentatonix made their name with a number of cover songs released on their YouTube page.
|1||Here Comes Santa Claus|
|2||Winter Wonderland/Let It Snow|
|3||There's A New Kid In Town|
|4||Hark! The Herald Angels Sing|
|5||Jingle Bell Rock/Rockin' Around The Christmas Tree|
|6||Away In A Manger|
|7||The Real Star Of Bethlehem|
|8||The Christmas Song/I'll Be Home For Christmas/Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas|
|10||What Child Is This?|
|11||O Come All Ye Faithful/Silent Night/O Holy Night|
|13||Jingle Bells/Rudolph, The Red-Nosed Reindeer|