Released by Columbia Records in 1918, Al Jolson's performance of "Wedding Bells, Will you Ever Ring for Me?" was characterized in Theatre Magainze
as "at once tragic and luminous."
The song, written by Tin Pan Alley pillar Jean Schwartz with lyrics by Songwriter's Hall of Fame member Sam M. Lewis, humorously laments bachelorhood with dashes of Mendelssohn's "Wedding March" and ample Tin Pan charm.
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