The only US Top 40 entry for this song is the 1962 version by The Four Seasons, which hit #23 and featured Frankie Valli
's famous falsetto letting children know they better not cry-y-y-y.
It was just the third single for the group, and it set the stage for their success even after the British invaded and The Beatles took over the charts. Many artists put out Christmas songs every year, and scoring a hit so early in their career with a 1934 song about Santa meant that they were truly loved. The next single by The Four Seasons was "Walk Like A Man
," which went to #1.