Oh gosh. Wow. National treasure. This comes from the era when America's popular culture was also good and full of merit. When singers and songwriters were genuine artists. But I digress. You know, of course, that White Christmas was written by Irving Berlin--a Russian Jewish immigrant? Think of it. One of the most iconic, beloved American Christmas songs was written by an immigrant to this country, from a religion that didn't celebrate Christmas! I love it. That is the whole melting pot thing right there. This was a huge hit during World War II, as soldiers heard it and remembered home and family during a tender time. This song really has it all.
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