This was early doo-wop – around 1954. The Crew Cuts belted it out on the Ed Sullivan in that same year. It is also considerd R&B. After all, James Keyes, Claude Feaster, Carl Feaster, Floyd F. McRae and James Edwards, who wrote the song, hailed from R&B.
The song weathered the decades and played a part in TV and movies. It was one of the musical themes in the 1987 movie, Clue, the TV show Happy Days and even made an “appearance” in Pixar’s movie, Cars.
The artists for this version is Street Corner Renaissance.