Remember when it was cold and snowy and this past winter and we couldn’t wait for summer to hit?
Well, that’s what this song is all about!
Well, it’s actually talking about the warmth of June and the rain and gloominess we’ve had lately, but you get the idea.
“June in January” is from the 1959 Dean Martin album “A Winters Romance.”
But one of the founding members of The Rat Pack wasn’t the first to record it.
Bing Crosby actually did the song first in 1934.
This was just one of the many hits that Dean Martin had, others included “That’s Amore”, “You’re Nobody Till Somebody Loves You” and “Ain’t That a Kick in the Head?”