This month's song is one that is often called in my area because it's really easy, but has an infectious melody and is super fun to solo over. I often call it as an opener to a set because it swings hard and usually draws the audience in. It was written in 1928 by Johnny Green & Carmen Lombardo, with the lyrics by Gus Kahn. It seems as if the first notable recording of it was by Guy Lombardo in 1928. Django recorded it in January of 1946 in London. Here's a link to that excellent version:
Notable recordings with vocals include those by Fats Domino, Nat King Cole & The Ink Spots. I suppose the quintessential modern gypsy jazz version would be the one by Joscho Stephan & Stochelo. My trio does it in D, I'll post our chart here later.