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Joy To The World

Faith Hill

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1
Joy to the World!
Faith Hill
2:13
2
What Child Is This?
Faith Hill
3:36
3
Santa Claus Is Comin' to Town
Faith Hill
2:45
4
Little Drummer Boy
Faith Hill
3:06
5
O Come, All Ye Faithful
Faith Hill
3:47
6
Holly Jolly Christmas
Faith Hill
2:18
7
Away in a Manger
Faith Hill
3:14
8
O Holy Night!
Faith Hill
4:59
9
Winter Wonderland
Faith Hill
2:38
10
Silent Night, Holy Night!
Faith Hill
3:10
11
A Baby Changes Everything
Faith Hill
4:54
Digital Booklet
Total Playing Time    36:40
"Working with producers Dann Huff and Byron Gallimore, engineer Allen Sides and Grammy-winning arranger David Campbell, Faith Hill has crafted a one-of-a-kind Christmas record with Joy to the World, freshly conceived yet anchored in tradition. It is a loving tribute to both the spirit and the music of Christmas, one that pays homage to the classics."
- PBS

Joy to the World is the first Christmas album and seventh overall studio album by American country music singer Faith Hill.
96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Warner Records/Nashville Studio Masters

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