Home Cookin'

Album: Fancy Pants (1950)
  • Written by the team of Jay Livingston and Ray Evans, "Home Cookin'" is a semi-novelty song; it appears on the soundtrack of the non-musical comedy Western Fancy Pants in which it is performed (in a kitchen scene) by Bob Hope and Lucille Ball, although her voice was dubbed by Annette Warren.
  • It was also recorded by Anneke Grönloh with the Rivertown Dixieland Jazzband, and released on the Philips label in 1962 backed by "Happy Days And Lonely Nights".

    The sheet music was published by Paramount Music Corporation of New York. >>
    Suggestion credit:
    Alexander Baron - London, England, for above 2


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