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Please Make the Snow Go Away

by Bobby Weinstein & Coco

Funny and cute winter blues song.
Genre: Pop: Quirky
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Bobby Weinstein & Coco
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Winter blues got you down? Join the crowd. The weather reports are grim. Warm, sunny days seem a long way off. While you wait for spring, here’s a song to sing…”Please Make The Snow Go Away”!

Do you have to use a cigarette lighter to warm your car key to unfreeze the door lock? Have you been slapped in the face by the north wind? Remember….don’t eat the yellow snow! And always keep a warm potato knish in your pocket (or one in each pocket).

Bobby Weinstein is an American songwriter, singer, and music industry executive, whose hit songs, mostly co-written with Teddy Randazzo, include "Goin' Out Of My Head", "It's Gonna Take A Miracle", and "I'm On The Outside (Looking In)". He grew up in New York City, and attended the School of Industrial Art in Manhattan. While there he was part of a doo wop vocal group known as The Legends, with fellow students Marshall Samples, Ron Warwell, Richard "Chico" Brunson, Sampson Reese and Dominick Fleres. The group won a talent contest at the Apollo Theater in 1955, and recorded for the small Melba and Hull labels before splitting up. Weinstein's song, "The Legend of Love," was one of those recorded by the group. In 1957, he began writing songs with Teddy Randazzo, who had sung in another vocal group, The Three Chuckles. Their first major hit as co-writers was "Pretty Blue Eyes," recorded by Steve Lawrence and produced by Don Costa, which reached no. 9 on the pop charts at the start of 1960.Working as part of Costa's production company, Weinstein and Randazzo had some of their biggest successes with comeback hits for Little Anthony and the Imperials in 1964 and 1965, "I'm On The Outside (Looking In)", "Goin' Out Of My Head", and "Hurt So Bad", the last of which was also co-written with Bobby Hart. Weinstein and Randazzo also had a hit in 1965 with "It's Gonna Take A Miracle", by The Royalettes. Although he mostly wrote with Randazzo, Weinstein also both worked and performed with Hart and his regular collaborator, Tommy Boyce. During the 1960s, he sang, with Boyce, Hart, Kenny Rankin and others, in Randazzo's revue band, performing regular engagements in Las Vegas and elsewhere. His songs have been recorded by such artists as The Box Tops, Dionne Warwick, Frankie Valli and The Four Seasons, Ella Fitzgerald, Linda Ronstadt, and Frank Sinatra. He occasionally used the writing pseudonym Robert Wilding. Weinstein later became an executive with the performing rights organization, Broadcast Music Inc. (BMI). He also served for 24 years on the board of the National Academy of Popular Music (NAPM), responsible for the Songwriters Hall of Fame, becoming its president following the passing of Sammy Cahn between 1993 and 1999. He was inducted to the Songwriters Hall of Fame, with Randazzo, in 2007.
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