Who sang 'Sleigh Ride'?

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I've found loads of versions but none of them have been the one I'm looking for that sounds 50's or 60's, sung by a woman.

Any ideas?
Update : None of these are right as yet.
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I Think The Version you are looking for is by The Ronnettes on an album called "A Christmas Gift For You" by Phil Spector.
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  • John A answered 8 years ago
    I thought the popular version was by Doris Day.
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  • dream theatre answered 8 years ago
    boney m i think
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  • mystique_dragon4 answered 8 years ago
    All I know is who originally sang it....

    Leroy Anderson (M) and Mitchell Parish (L) - 1948/1950: One of the most popular holiday tunes of the 20th century, Sleigh Ride started out as neither a song nor a holiday piece. In 1948, Anderson wrote this tune as a descriptive orchestral arrangement that musically depicts a sleigh ride. Very much a sophisticated realization of Jingle Bells, it is Anderson's original arrangement that is still heard today in various pops concerts around the world. The only link to Christmas or the holidays was the presence of snow and the sound of the sleigh bells. In 1950, Parish, known for the lyrics to Stardust among other classics, was commissioned to pen appropriate lyrics in an effort to boost sheet music sales, but again with no mention of the holidays in the text. The orchestral arrangement also contains whip cracks and the sound of a neighing horse at the end, usually facilitated with a muted cornet. Although this is not an old-time song, it certainly is evocative of lovely winter days long past. By the way, this link will direct you to some Currier and Ives prints for your enjoyment, and to provide some context for the lyrics.

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    other females who sang it were:

    Ella Fitzgerald
    Lorrie Morgan
    Diana Krall
    Debbie Gibson
    Amy Grant
    Hillay Duff (although i know it wasn't here yoou were talking about)
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  • HiFi answered 8 years ago
    Ella Fitzgerald. Although it has been covered by Hillary Duff.

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    Google. God love it.
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  • andy t answered 8 years ago
    goto everyhit.com you will find out there
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  • lynzee x x x answered 8 years ago
    boney M, i think
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  • xandrisa answered 8 years ago
    dat would be me ,check at www.don'tgiveafuck.com
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