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  1. The Christmas rush is through But I still have one wish to make A special one for you. Merry Christmas darling We're apart that's true But I can dream and in my dreams I'm Christmas-ing with you. Holidays are joyful There's always something new But every day's a holiday When I'm near to you The lights on my tree I wish you could see I wish it.
  2. With their light, airy melodies and meticulously crafted, clean arrangements that appealed to a variety of audiences, the Carpenters stood in direct contrast with the excessive, gaudy pop/rock of the '70s; yet they became one of the most popular artists of the decade, scoring .
  3. Michael Brown Merry Christmas, Darling - Bassoon sheet music notes and chords arranged for Concert Band. This Christmas composition includes 1 page(s). SKU: Free preview. Transpose, download, save as PDF. Check for FREE notes.
  4. With their light, airy melodies and meticulously crafted, clean arrangements that appealed to a variety of audiences, the Carpenters stood in direct contrast with the excessive, gaudy pop/rock of the '70s; yet they became one of the most popular artists of the decade, scoring .
  5. Merry Christmas Darling by the Carpenters was not in my sheet music files or music books. Music Notes gave me the chance to get this classic for my playing pleasure. I like the fact that you can transpose from the original key, if you desire. You dont need to /5(4).
  6. Nov 22,  · This particular song called Merry Christmas Darling which is a timeless and classic Christmas song that I have loved for years! The message is very simple: It is about someone who's boyfriend or husband cannot be there for Christmas due to either a breakup or other reason. Karen Carpenter sings of the love in her heart and missing that person/5(63).
  7. This was the Carpenters' first attempt at Christmas music. The lyric was written in by Frank Pooler, who was the choir director at California State University, Long Beach. Karen and Richard Carpenter were both part of the choir. In , at Pooler's request, Richard composed the music for this ballad, which was first released in

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