Pat Boone’s sang in love letters, which later became a major hit as it was no one on billboard Top 100 in July 1957 for 5 weeks and 2 weeks at number one in Canada. The song was a writer by J. Fred Coots, Nick Kenny, and Charles Kenny and produced by Billy Vaughn.
It was recorded and released in 1957. The song was used in a film called Bernardine. The genre of the music was Traditional pop, which was 2:12 long.
The song has a different version; the first version in 1931 was recorded by Gene Austin, Lee Morse, and American dance band Ted- Black and his Orchestra. Another version was released in 1957, a jazz version by Johnny Dorelli, another version in 1957 was released by Kenneth W. Griffin.
The correct answer to this question is Pat Boone. Though Pat Boone made it popular, the song was first released years earlier in 1931. Ted Black and His Orchestra first recorded it. On vocals, they had Tom Brown.
Over twenty years later, Pat Boone recorded the song and made it a hit. It was on the Billboard Top 100 charts for 34 weeks. During those 34 weeks, the song was number 1 for 5 weeks. Pat Boone has two versions of this song. One includes his vocals and the other includes instrumentation. After Boone, many artists went on to record the song, but did not match the success Boone had.