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Christmas Time Is Here

Jessie Kol

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Christmas Time Is Here (Vince Guaraldi)

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Christmas Time Is Here
00:02:52

Jessie Kol, Composer, Performer - Vince Guaraldi, Composer - LEE MENDELSON, Lyricist - Perry Sorensen, Composer

2016 Jessie Kol Music 2016 Jessie Kol Music

Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas (Hugh Martin)

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Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas
00:02:50

Jessie Kol, Composer, Performer - Hugh Martin, Composer - Ralph Blane, Lyricist - Perry Sorensen, Composer

2016 Jessie Kol Music 2016 Jessie Kol Music

I'll Be Home for Christmas (Walter Kent)

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I'll Be Home for Christmas
00:02:38

Jessie Kol, Composer, Performer - Walter Kent, Composer - Kim Gannon, Lyricist - Perry Sorensen, Composer

2016 Jessie Kol Music 2016 Jessie Kol Music

Silent Night (Franz Xaver Gruber)

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Silent Night
00:02:47

Jessie Kol, Composer, Performer - Josef Mohr, Lyricist - Franz Xaver Gruber, Composer - Perry Sorensen, Composer

2016 Jessie Kol Music 2016 Jessie Kol Music

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