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You'd Be So Nice to Come Home To

AndoAndo South Bend, INModerator
edited November 2008 in Repertoire Posts: 319
This is a great tune by Cole Porter. It's so congenial with gypsy jazz that I wonder whether Porter wrote it (in 1943) with Django in mind. As for versions, I like Sinatra's from '57, with ... Riddle, or May? Can't remember. At any rate, here's a chart from the changes of that session:

You'd Be So Nice To Come Home To


Gbm6 | Cbm6 Db7 | Gbm6 | % |
You'd be so nice to come home to

E9 | A7add6 | D6 | % |
You'd be so nice by the fire

Abm7-5 | Db7 |
While the breeze on high

Gbm6 GbmM7 Gbm % |
sang a lullaby

Ebm7-5 | D9 | Db7sus/A | Db7
you'd be all that I could desire

Gbm6 | Cbm6 Db7 | Gbm6 | % |
Under stars chilled by the winter

Em9 | A13sus A13 | D6/9
under and August moon burning above

Cdim | Dbm | D7 | Ebdim |
you'd be so nice just like para- dise

E E7+ | E7+ | A | D7sus/A
to come home to, and love

G: (etc.)


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