“Small World (Isn’t It) “ Johnny Mathis

An unforgettable song for many boomer. Small World (Isn’t It) was a painted picture of life’s engagements with romance and marriage. The song was written by
Stephen Sondheim and Jule Styne (1959), first recorded by Ethel Merman and covered by many including Pearl Bailey, Eddie Fisher, and Nancy Wilson.

Johnny Mathis sings with Glenn Osser and his orchestra.

7 thoughts on ““Small World (Isn’t It) “ Johnny Mathis

  1. Very interesting my friend. He was definitely one of the greats. Hard to top his creamy voice, not to mention how handsome.
    Hope you are having a blessed and amazing day. Sending you Carmel cookies and a triple shot of fresh brewed Java. Love and hugs 💕🤗❤️Joni

    1. Thank you for all the love to fill my day! Sending you chocolate covered coffee candies to enjoy between coffee breaks. You will love them. Have a happy Sunday!😍🧉🧉

      1. Oh how sweet and how I love coffee flavored anything. Thank you so much. Sending happy wishes back for a great Sabbath. 💕🤗❤️love Joni

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