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You'd Be So Easy to Love
Composer
Cole Porter
Lyricist
Cole Porter
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March 14, 1961
Recording
December 21, 1960
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"You'd Be So Easy to Love", is a song featured in Frank Sinatra's 1961 album, Ring-a-Ding-Ding!.

LyricsEdit

You'd be so easy to love
Easy to idolize all others above
So worth the yearning for
So swell to keep the home fire burning for

We'd be so grand at the game
So carefree together, that it does seem a shame
That you can't see your future with me
'Cause you'd be so easy to love

You'd be so easy to love
Easy to idolize all others above
So worth the yearning for
So swell to keep the home fire burning for

We'd be so grand at the game
So carefree together, that it does seem a shame
That you can't see your future with me
'Cause you'd be oh so easy to love

[[Category:Songs co-written by Cole Porter

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