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"To Know You (Is to Love You)" is a popular song. The music was written by Robert Allen, the lyrics by Allan Roberts. The song was published in 1952. The best-known recording of the song was made by Perry Como. It was first recorded on June 19, 1952, as a duet with Betty Hutton which was never released; Como and The Fontane Sisters with ' and his orchestra redid the song on September 9, 1952. This second recording was released as a 78 rpm single in the United States by RCA Victor Records (catalog number 20-4959, with the flip side ) and in the United Kingdom by HMV in January 1953 (catalog number B-10400, with the flip side Don't Let the Stars Get In Your Eyes). The US version reached #19 on the Billboard charts.

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  • "To Know You (Is to Love You)" is a popular song. The music was written by Robert Allen, the lyrics by Allan Roberts. The song was published in 1952. The best-known recording of the song was made by Perry Como. It was first recorded on June 19, 1952, as a duet with Betty Hutton which was never released; Como and The Fontane Sisters with ' and his orchestra redid the song on September 9, 1952. This second recording was released as a 78 rpm single in the United States by RCA Victor Records (catalog number 20-4959, with the flip side ) and in the United Kingdom by HMV in January 1953 (catalog number B-10400, with the flip side Don't Let the Stars Get In Your Eyes). The US version reached #19 on the Billboard charts.
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  • "To Know You (Is to Love You)" is a popular song. The music was written by Robert Allen, the lyrics by Allan Roberts. The song was published in 1952. The best-known recording of the song was made by Perry Como. It was first recorded on June 19, 1952, as a duet with Betty Hutton which was never released; Como and The Fontane Sisters with ' and his orchestra redid the song on September 9, 1952. This second recording was released as a 78 rpm single in the United States by RCA Victor Records (catalog number 20-4959, with the flip side ) and in the United Kingdom by HMV in January 1953 (catalog number B-10400, with the flip side Don't Let the Stars Get In Your Eyes). The US version reached #19 on the Billboard charts. Another recording was made by Como of the song on May 21, 1959. This version was done for the album Como Swings.
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