Instrumental. Millionseller for this trio (two brothers Al and Morty Nevins and their cousin Artie Dunn). Lyrics by future Platters manager Buck Ram, but nearly all early versions were instrumentals.
Les Brown [instrumental]
Roy Eldridge [idem]
Jimmy Dorsey [vocal by Teddy Walters]
Johnny Maddox [instrumental]
Bert Weedon [idem]
Platters [n°1 US]
Michel de Villers [jazz band conducted by Boris Vian; instr.]
François Deguelt [as Les Amoureux]
Ronnie Tober [as Iedere Avond, his biggest hit]
Dick Rivers [as Les Yeux d'une femme]
Willie Nelson [and again in 2013]
Jo Vally [as Schemerlicht]
The Platters' version was the last Mercury record on 78 RPM and at the same time the first song with a television clip. A real hinge song.