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Was watching an epsode of Perry Mason titled “Perry Mason: The Case of The Defiant Daughter” the other day. And in one of the club scene, some singer was singing this Jazz piece. It sounded so earthy, so from within oneself that it captured my heart immediately.

A quick google search showed that this song was sung by several singers and had been part many movies and tv shows. It was originally written by Cole Porter for the 1943 American film Something To Shout About. However here is the Frank Sinatra version that I liked better that he sang for his 1957 album A Swingin’ Affair. This is the same version that was shown in the Perry Mason episode as well.



Lyrics in English:

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 My Heart Could Desire

Under Stars Chilled By The Winter
Under An August Moon Shining Above
You'd Be So Nice, You'd Be Paradise
To Come Home To And Love

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

And here is the Perry Mason episode version. Check at 39:12 for the song in question.

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