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In this parody, John tries to say his "I was overseas in battle" dialogue, but Marsha's humorous interruptions force him to change his accent a little bit.
When John finishes his dialogue, Marsha steps in, much to his annoyance and forcing him to scream at her.
The song was released by MGM Records (catalogue M-G-M 5161 in Australia) by The Four Horsemen with vocals by Pat O'Day, in 1954.
Between 19, this song was covered by Singapore-based female singer Ervinna, backing music by The Charlie & His Boys, on her LP album Golden Hits Of 20th Century Vol. In 1954, Stan Freberg, also of Capitol Records, released a parody version of "A Dear John Letter", which he called "A Dear John and Marsha Letter".
"Cherish" was included on Madonna's greatest hits compilations, The Immaculate Collection (1990) and Celebration (2009).
After its release, the song received positive feedback from reviewers, who were surprised by the change of content and the lighter image of Madonna's music in contrast to her previous singles from Like a Prayer, which incorporated themes such as religion and sexuality.
The song is built around the themes of love and relationships, with William Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet one of its major inspirations.When "A Dear John Letter" topped the Billboard country charts, Shepard — at 19 years, nine months — became the youngest female artist to that point to have a no. She kept that record for nearly 20 years, when 14-year-old Tanya Tucker topped the Hot Country Singles chart with "What's Your Mama's Name." "Dear John" has been covered by several other performers, including Pat Boone.Following Husky and Shepard, Skeeter Davis and Bobby Bare recorded the song together in 1965, resulting in a No. Red Sovine and Ernest Tubb also recorded cover versions of "A Dear John Letter." The song was released as "Käre John" in Sweden/Scandinavia by Swedish jazz vocalist Alice Babs and Charlie Norman och deras Reeperbahn Stompers in the 1950s.On the Billboard Hot 100, "Cherish" became Madonna's 16th consecutive top-five single, setting a record in the history of the Billboard Hot 100 chart.A black-and-white music video for the song was directed by photographer Herb Ritts at the Paradise Cove Beach in Malibu, California.