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What does OLTOB stand for?

OLTOB stands for O Little Town of Bethlehem (song)

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By Stuart Littlewood O little town of Bethlehem How still we see thee lie Above thy deep and dreamless sleep The silent stars go by Yet in thy dark streets shineth The everlasting Light The hopes and fears of all the years Are met in thee tonight While carving the turkey for your family and merrily quaffing mulled wine 'midst happy laughter, remember that the romantic Little Town of Bethlehem at the centre of our childhood Christmases is now "an immense prison" in the words of Michel Sabbah, former Latin Patriarch of Jerusalem, and entirely surrounded by Israel's ugly 8-metre separation wall bristling with machine-gun towers.
The traditional pieces comprising this enthusiastically recommended CD album include Little Drummer Boy (1:48); Jingle Bells (2:24); Joy to the World (1:18); Deck the Halls (1:36); Silent Night (2:32); The First Noel (2:32); Angels We Have Heard on High (1:50); O Holy Night (3:47); O Little Town of Bethlehem (2:01); Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas (2:39); Frosty the Snowman (2:05); The Twelves Days of Christmas (4:07); O, Christmas Tree (1:41); It Came Upon a Midnight Clear (2:21) Away in a Manger (2:10); We Wish You A Merry Christmas (2:29); What Child is This?