Cole Porter/arr. Althouse - Alfred Music Publishing
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Sung by such jazz artists as Ella Fitzgerald, Frank Sinatra and Mel Torme, this lightly swinging standard from the 1943 film "Something to Shout About" is a little gem for vocal jazz ensembles. With two brief opening solos, for a girl and a boy, and eight tasty bars of ensemble scat singing, it is very sweet! "You'd be so nice. You'd be paradise to come home to and love."
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