View Burl Ives Snowman
PNG. It is a unique, warm, and instantly recognizable instrument. Well you might not believe it, but the world *almost* missed christmas.
Well you might not believe it, but the world *almost* missed christmas. Burl ives was the voice of sam the snowman in rudolph the red nosed reindeer. (chuckles) if i ain't the mother an' father of all liars.
Frosty the snowman was a frosty the snowman was a jolly happy soul with a corn cop pipe and a button nose and two eyes made out of coal.
Burl ives, whose sweet, strong, mournful way with folk ballads made him an international singing star in the 1940's and whose earthy acting won him an academy award in the 1950's, died yesterday at his. (to the camera) hello there, folks. (chuckles) if i ain't the mother an' father of all liars. Burl ives was an interpreter, not a songwriter, but it's his voice that first grabbed me.