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Old 12-01-2015, 03:29 PM
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Default Christmas/Holiday Duets - I'll Be Home For Christmas

"I'll Be Home For Christmas" was written in 1943 by Walter Kent. Originally considered too much of a downer due to the ending, it became very popular.

You can display the lyrics (qsl) and/or the chords (qscn) if you would like to see them.

Happy Holidays!

Ralph Rayner
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