The Christmas Waltz
by Frank Sinatra
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SKU: A0.1240040

By Frank Sinatra. By Jule Styne and Sammy Cahn. Arranged by Anastasio Rossi. A Cappella,Barbershop,Christmas,Pop. 4 pages. Anastasio Rossi #835405. Published by Anastasio Rossi (A0.1240040).

Lyricist Sammy Cahn recalls, "One day during a very hot spell in Los Angeles the phone rang and it was comoser Jule Styne to say, 'Frank wants a Christmas song.'" Cahn resisted. "Jule, we're not going to write any Christmas song. After Irving Berlin's 'White Christmas'? The idea's just ridiculous." Styne was emphatic, however. "'Frank wants a Christmas song.'"  So they sat down and wrote one for the B-side of Sinatra's White Christmas. Ever since, (1954), "The Christmas Waltz" has been covered dozens of times over the years by a wide variety of artists, too numerous to include here, and has become a Holiday Standard.

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