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He often stayed up all night writing — he told his secretary, "Grab your pen and take down this song.
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A few weeks after the attacks on Pearl Harbor, Crosby introduced “White Christmas” on a Christmas Day broadcast.
Crosby's first-ever appearance on the black-oriented chart. The recording became a chart perennial, reappearing annually on the pop chart twenty separate times before Billboard magazine created a distinct Christmas chart for seasonal releases.
— in this case, written by a Jewish-American songwriter, who also wrote "God Bless America." The song initially performed poorly and was overshadowed by Holiday Inn's first hit song: "Be Careful, It's My Heart".
It has often been noted that the mix of melancholy — "just like the ones I used to know" — with comforting images of home — "where the treetops glisten" — resonated especially strongly with listeners during World War II.
Re-released by Decca, the single returned to the #1 spot during the holiday seasons of 19 (on the chart dated January 4, 1947), thus becoming the only single with three separate runs at the top of the U. In Holiday Inn, the composition won the Academy Award for Best Original Song in 1942.