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Song Parodies -> "The Homecoming Song"

Original Song Title:

"You'd Be So Nice to Come Home To"

Original Performer:

Cole Porter

Parody Song Title:

"The Homecoming Song"

Parody Written by:

Al Silver

The Lyrics

The OS is at
You're more the virago
Than a lot of wives I'd call shrewish
So I'd wave my hat
As a reveler at
Your pyre.
I asked my Iago
Why you never act bill-and-cooish
He said, "Warm her up till she's gooish;"
So your fate must be dire:

You'd be so nice to come home to,
You'd be so nice in the fire,
While your burning arm
Smelled like Three-Alarm,
All your melted charm
I'd admire.
Over coals bought at the groc'ry,
Rotating on a spit, so as to grill,
You'd be so charred,
Then you'd turn to lard
When I come home to kill!

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Porter Fan - March 13, 2017 - Report this comment
The OS has the great Cesare Siepi singing. I inherited the album Siepi Sings Porter from my dad. Must be 60 years old. I like the black humor twist you gave it.

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