Charted at #5 on Billboard Hot 100 in December 1957. One of my favorite instrumentals from the '50's. The song had been a hit for Bing Crosby in 1937 (charting at #4). Original Billboard review: "A fine, clean arrangement on the great standard, featuring sharp harmony sax sound. Slow rock and roll rhythm makes it an instrumental cousin to the Pat Boone ballad hits. With the right jukebox and disk jockey teamwork, this could go." Billboard rating: 84 out of 100. \r
Written by Harry Tobias and Percy Wenrich. \r
B-side of "Raunchy" which charted at #10.