The best-known recording, by Nat King Cole was released by Capitol Records as catalog number 2346. It first reached the Billboard magazine Best Seller chart on January 31, 1953 and lasted 20 weeks on the chart, peaking at #3. Cole would later re-record the song for his 1961 album The Nat King Cole Story.
The recording by Ralph Marterie was released by Mercury Records as catalog number 70045. It reached the Billboard magazine Best Seller chart on February 7, 1953 at #16, its only week on the chart. 
On the Cash Box charts, where all versions of the song were combined, the song reached a peak of #5 in 1953.
The song was subsequently recorded by Tab Smith, reaching #89 on the Billboard chart in 1957, and by Carl Mann (issued as catalog number 3546 by Philips International), reaching #57 on Billboard and #56 on Cash Box in 1959.
Alvin Stardust's cover version was a popular hit in the United Kingdom in 1981, when it reached number four in the UK singles chart. This cover was largely based on Carl Mann's 1959-version of this song.
- Nat King Cole (1953)
- Eileen Barton (1953)
- Ralph Marterie (1953)
- Tab Smith (1957)
- Carl Mann (1959)
- Brenda Lee (1960)
- Jimmy and the Rackets (1964)
- Gerry & The Pacemakers (1965)
- Alvin Stardust (1981)
- Don Williams (1995)
- Whitburn, Joel (1973). Top Pop Records 1940-1955. Record Research.
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