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The Dinah Shore version was recorded on March 18, 1946. The recording was released by Columbia Records as catalog number 36971. Dinah performed it on the May 16, 1946 edition of the Birds Eye Open House radio programme.
Jo Stafford recorded the song for two different albums. A recording on Columbia Records was made on June 27, 1952 and released as catalog number CL 6238, and a recording on Capitol Records was made on January 4, 1963 and released as an LP entitled The Hits of Jo Stafford (catalog number ST 1921).
Marlene Dietrich has a version wherein she repeats the lyrics in spoken word between sung variations (1952).
The Bill Evans trio recorded a jazz instrumental version of the song on December 28, 1959 for inclusion on his LP Portrait in Jazz. Three other versions are also on his posthumously released "Live at Birdland" sessions performed by the same trio in early 1960, recorded from a radio broadcast.
Idina Menzel has done a recording of this song as well. While it does not appear on any album, it was leaked onto the Internet after speculation that it was intended and then dropped from the film soundtrack of the 1999 The Other Sister spread.
Martin Scorsese's 1983 film The King of Comedy features Ray Charles' recording of the song in its opening credits. Later in the film, the character of Masha (played by Sandra Bernhard) sings the tune for the kidnapped Jerry Langford (Jerry Lewis) during their "date" as he's being held hostage in her apartment.
Kazuo Ishiguro's collection of short stories Nocturnes features a story named "Come Rain or Come Shine". The Sarah Vaughan recording is played at the story's climax.