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 "​Crying in the Chapel"​ is a song written by Artie Glenn for his son Darrell to sing. Darrell recorded it while still in high school in 1953, along with Artie'​s band the Rhythm Riders. The song was rejected by Hill and Range Songs and Acuff-Rose Music. The song was eventually published by Valley Publishers which also released the single featuring Darrell Glenn. It became a local hit and then it went nationwide. The original version of the song (Valley 105) was issued in May 1953. The song became one of the most covered of 1953. Darrell Glenn'​s original recording reached number one on the Cash Box charts (where all versions were amalgamated) and number six on Billboard. Darrell Glenn'​s original version also hit number six on the Billboard pop singles chart and number four on the Billboard country and western chart, Rex Allen'​s number eight, Ella Fitzgerald number 15, and Art Lund reached number 23. "​Crying in the Chapel"​ is a song written by Artie Glenn for his son Darrell to sing. Darrell recorded it while still in high school in 1953, along with Artie'​s band the Rhythm Riders. The song was rejected by Hill and Range Songs and Acuff-Rose Music. The song was eventually published by Valley Publishers which also released the single featuring Darrell Glenn. It became a local hit and then it went nationwide. The original version of the song (Valley 105) was issued in May 1953. The song became one of the most covered of 1953. Darrell Glenn'​s original recording reached number one on the Cash Box charts (where all versions were amalgamated) and number six on Billboard. Darrell Glenn'​s original version also hit number six on the Billboard pop singles chart and number four on the Billboard country and western chart, Rex Allen'​s number eight, Ella Fitzgerald number 15, and Art Lund reached number 23.
  
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