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You'd Be So Nice to Come Home To
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Cole Porter
Lyricist
Cole Porter
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November, 1956
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1956
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"You'd Be So Nice to Come Home To" is a song featured in Frank Sinatra's 1956 album A Swingin' Affair!.

Lyrics Edit

It's not that you're fairer
Than a lot of girls just as pleasin'
That I doff my hat
As a worshipper at your shrine
It's not that you're rarer
Than asparagus out of season
No, my darling, this is the reason
Why you've got to be mine

Chorus:

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

[[Category:Songs co-written by Cole Porter

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