You'd Be So Nice to Come Home To is a jazz standard, written by Cole Porter for the film Something to Shout About from 1943.

The song was in the film played by Janet Blair and Don AmecheFrank Sinatra made there in the early days a recording of and it was 16 times played in the popular radio show Your Hit Parade. However, it was Dinah Shore which it with the Paul Weston Orchestra sang in the charts, where it remained 18 weeks, peaking at listing a third place.Ella Fitzgerald also made a particular recording of. Diane Keaton sang the song in Woody Allen's movie Radio Days .

Famous musicians who performed the song include the pianists Bud Powell and Red Garland, the alto sax players Charlie Parker and Art Pepper, and Sonny StittBen Webster and Coleman Hawkins on tenor saxophone.

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