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You'd Be So Nice To Come Home To
Dinah Shore
(words and music by Cole Porter)

Introduced by Janet Blair and don Ameche in the 1943 film "Something
To Shout About. "
Nominated for an Academy Award in 1943.

You'd be so nice to come home to,
You'd be so nice by the fire,
While the breeze, on high, sang a lullaby,
You'd be all that I could desire.
Under stars, chilled by the winter,
Under an August moon, burning above,
You'd be so nice, you'd be paradise
To come home to and love.

From: Gloria "Montcomags"

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