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Sail Along, Silv'ry Moon

"Sail Along, Silv'ry Moon" is a song written by Harry Tobias and Percy Wenrich in 1937 and performed by Bing Crosby. It reached #4 on the U.S. pop chart in 1937.[1] Outside of the US, the song peaked at #1 in Canada, Germany and Norway.

"Sail Along, Silv'ry Moon"
Single by Bing Crosby
Released1937 (1937)
GenreTraditional pop
Length2:37
LabelDecca
Songwriter(s)Harry Tobias, Percy Wenrich

Other charting versionsEdit

Billy Vaughn released an instrumental version of the song which #5 on the U.S. pop chart and #1 in Germany and in Canada in 1957.[2] The following year, the song went #1 in Norway.[3] It ranked #6 on Billboard's Year-End top 50 singles of 1958.[4]

Other versionsEdit

ReferencesEdit

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  4. ^ "Chart Toppers of 1958" Billboard December 15, 1958: 44
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