The biggest hit version was recorded by Ray and The Four Lads in 1951. The recording was released by Okeh Records as catalog number 6840. It was a #2 hit on the Billboard magazine chart that year and one side of one of the biggest two-sided hits, as the flip side, "Cry," reached #1 on the Billboard chart.
Semprini with Rhythm Acc. recorded the song in London on March 26, 1952 as the first melody of the medley "Part 2. Hit Medley of Foxtrots" along with "I'm Lucky to Have You" and "Tell Me Why." It was released by EMI on the His Master's Voice label as catalog number B 10263.
In 1961, The Fleetwoods released a version of the song on their album, Softly.
Wayne Newton and his brothers recorded a version in 1961 that briefly entered the top 100 as a re-release in 1964.