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Their second recording of the tune on 25 March 1918 for Victor Records , 18472-B, backed with "Skeleton Jangle" as the A side, on the other hand, was a smash national hit and established the tune as a jazz standard. [2] The song was copyrighted, published, and credited to bandmembers Nick LaRocca , Eddie Edwards , Henry Ragas , Tony Sbarbaro , and Larry Shields in 1917. [3] Harry DaCosta later wrote lyrics to the instrumental when it became a million-seller and a No. 1 national hit for The Mills Brothers in 1931.


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