irving berlin's white christmas


Rosemary Clooney and Vera-Ellen perform “Sisters” in White Christmas (1954). 


Lord help the mister
Who comes between me and my sister
And lord help the sister who comes between me and my man

White Christmas
Bing Crosby & Marjorie Reynolds

Written by Irving Berlin, “White Christmas” has become one of the most famous Christmas songs ever recorded. It made its’ debut in the 1942 film Holiday Inn, where Bing Crosby sung it as a duet with Marjorie Reynolds. This is the version found in the final cut of the film. The song won the Academy Award for Best Original Song that year, becoming a huge hit, and it still remains one to this day.

Falling Out of Love Can Be Fun
Anastasia Barzee, Karen Morrow & Meredith Patterson
Falling Out of Love Can Be Fun

Falling out of love can be fun. Someone else can soon be the one. By another name, he’s the same as his brother, close your eyes and one is like the other. Falling out of love can be fun.


When you find your lovin’ romance gets a sudden kick in the pants. Get yourself surrounded and bounded with lots of men, then falling out of love can be falling in love again.


Sorry this is recycled, but Merry Christmas.