Pedre from Bangor, MeThe Christmas song was released by Nat King Cole in 1946. It”s the song that made him a popular vocalist.Rich from Elkins, Wv110 words (give or take) put together in less than an hour. Everyone knows this one …the songwriters made a good living because of this one song..a Christmas classic..I”d like to write something enduring like this someday…Fred from Summit, NeNat “King” Cole recorded and released four separate and distinctive versions of the song, beginning in 1949, as by the King Cole Trio (Capitol F-90036). The second version came along in 1954 (Capitol F2955).see more comments
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