It Could Happen To You. Bill and Larry. Larry Adair teaches guitar in Portland Oregon. In this version the tunes more bluesy side is portrayed as the heartbreak of falling in love which is then lost. Larry Adair II On Camera "The film tells the story of the Angel sisters, a quartet played by Lamour, Betty Hutton, Diana Lynn and Mimi Chandler, and their adventures with a bandleader played by Fred MacMurray. Other songs in the Van Heusen/Burke score include, His Rocking Horse Ran Away, Bluebirds in My Belfry, For the Next Hundred Years, Knocking on Your Own Front Door, My Hearts Wrapped Up in Gingham, When Stanislaus Got Married, and How Does Your Garden Grow? Diana Lynns vocals were dubbed by Julie Gibson. The first hit recording of It Could Happen to You was by Jo Stafford with Paul Weston and His Orchestra and entered the pop charts in July, 1944, rising to number ten. Two months later Bing Crosbys rendition, with John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra, climbed the charts to number eighteen. Crosbys recording was the B-side of another Van Heusen/Burke movie hit, The Day after Forever, from Going My Way, also 1944."