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You’d Be So Nice to Come Home To

Writer(s): Comden / Green / Jule Styne
(from the cassette Swingin’ Affair)

(This introductory part was not sung by Sinatra):
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

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
You’d be so nice to come home to, you’d be awful nice by the fire
While the breeze up 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, just like paradise, to come home to and love
Yum!

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