The ever-popular Michael Bublé is an ardent fan of the legendary Bing Crosby and cleverly inserts himself into a 1971 Bing Crosby Christmas special, treating us to a thrilling rendition of that famous Christmas classic, “I’m Dreaming of a White Christmas”, which they appear to be singing as a duet.
And thanks to the wonders of modern technology, it has been possible for two much-loved singers from completely different generations to perform a spine-tingling duet together.
Their marvelous voices harmonize perfectly, bringing us these wonderful, well-known lyrics:
“I’m dreaming of a white Christmas
Just Like the ones I used to know
Where the tree-tops glisten and children listen
To hear sleigh bells in the snow”
This was one of Crosby’s best-loved Christmas carols. Written by the incomparable Irving Berlin, it was performed in the musical, “Holiday Inn”, then it was the title song for the movie of the same name.
The very talented Bing Crosby had a mellow, bass voice that crooned its way through the most sentimental songs, as smooth as velvet. His songs enthralled us all with their deep-felt emotion, touching the hearts of his fans the world over as he sang of families and memories and the true meaning of Christmas.
So, the duet with that other amazing vocalist, Michael Bublé, was a perfect collaboration. The two singers create a heart-warming feeling of nostalgia by bringing back memories of Christmases past and the special people we shared them with.
Watch the music video today and bring those memories rushing back for a heartfelt trip down memory lane.
If you liked this duet, share Bing and Michael’s video because this Christmas classic is truly a treat to be shared with your friends.