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Dinah Shore – You'd Be So Nice To Come Home To lyrics

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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