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This Christmas I'm Dreaming Of

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Author: Curtis B. Doss

Born: Ju­ly 4, 1922, Mc­Ghee, Ar­kan­sas. Died: Jan­u­ary 29, 2011, Cross­ett, Ar­kan­sas. Buried: Cross­roads Cem­e­te­ry, Cross­ett, Ar­kan­sas. Curtis Benson Doss, born on July 4, 1922, in McGehee to Clyde Doss and Estelle Boone Clayton, was a retired accounting office employee of Georgia-Pacific Corporation in Crossett. Following his retirement, he served as minister of music for Baptist churches in Crossett, Hazen, North Little Rock, Hot Springs Village and Bastrop, LA. He was a gospel music songwriter of many years, publishing songs for Jeffress Music Co. and Stamps Quartet Music Co. of Dallas, TX. He was a member of the Gospel Music Hall of Fame and First Baptist Church of Crossett. He and his wife, Norma, for… Go to person page >

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First Line: I dream of a beautiful Christmas
Title: This Christmas I'm Dreaming Of
Author: Curtis B. Doss
Language: English
Refrain First Line: Let there be singing
Publication Date: 1979
Copyright: © Copyright 1979 by Stamps-Baxter Music of The Zondervan Corporation in "Sing 'N' Praise II."

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Sing 'N' Praise Hymnal Vol. 2 #103

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