From A Man and His Music II, from December 1966, here's Francis Albert doing "Moonlight in Vermont." It was written by John Blackburn and Karl Suessdorf and published in 1943. Each verse (not counting the bridge) is a haiku.
Pennies in a stream Falling leaves a sycamore Moonlight in Vermont
Icy finger waves Ski trails on a mountain side Moonlight in Vermont
Evening summer breeze Warblings of the meadowlark Moonlight in Vermont
This live version is better than the classic recording on the 1958 Come Fly with Me album. His vocals are jazzier (bends a couple of notes) than the album version, for one thing. Any doubters, or haters, of Sinatra, or his vocal talent, would be shut-down pretty quickly by this. The pure vocal athleticism and lung power alone is impressive.