It Might As Well Be Spring
Rosemary Clooney Lyrics


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Come on-a my house my house, I'm gonna give you candy
Come on-a my house, my house, I'm gonna give a you

Apple a plum and apricot-a too eh
Come on-a my house, my house a come on
Come on-a my house, my house a come on
Come on-a my house, my house I'm gonna give a you
Figs and dates and grapes and cakes eh
Come on-a my house, my house a come on
Come on-a my house, my house a come on

Come on-a my house, my house, I'm gonna give you candy
Come on-a my house, my house, I'm gonna give you everything
Come on-a my house my house, I'm gonna give you Christmas tree
Come on-a my house, my house, I'm gonna give you

Marriage ring and a pomegranate too ah
Come on-a my house, my house a come on
Come on-a my house, my house a come on
Come on-a my house, my house I'm gonna give a you

Peach and pear and I love your hair ah
Come on-a my house, my house a come on
Come on-a my house, my house a come on
Come on-a my house, my house, I'm gonna give you Easta-egg
Come on-a my house, my house, I'm gonna give you
Everything, everything, everything





Come on-a my house-a!

Overall Meaning

This song is an invitation to someone to come to the singer's house, where they will be welcomed with a variety of sweet treats including candy, fruit, and cake. There is also the promise of a marriage ring and other gifts like an Easter egg and a Christmas tree. The lyrics highlight the hospitality and generosity of the singer, who wants to make their guest feel at home and enjoy the pleasures of life together.


However, the lyrics can also be interpreted as a metaphor for love and a relationship. The house represents the singer's heart and they are inviting their love interest to be a part of it. The gifts and treats symbolize the attention and affection they are willing to give to the person they love. The line "Peach and pear and I love your hair" suggests that the singer is attracted to the physical qualities of their guest as well.


Overall, the song conveys a warm and welcoming message of love and hospitality that can be appreciated both literally and metaphorically.


Line by Line Meaning

Come on-a my house my house, I'm gonna give you candy
Please come visit my humble abode where I will generously offer you a variety of sweets for your enjoyment.


Apple a plum and apricot-a too eh
In addition to the candy, I will have a variety of fresh and delicious fruits for you to savor.


Come on-a my house, my house a come on
I sincerely invite you to my home, where you will receive a warm welcome and open hospitality.


Figs and dates and grapes and cakes eh
I will also have an assortment of appetizing treats like figs, dates, grapes, and cakes, to satiate your hunger.


Come on-a my house, my house a come on
I implore you again to pay me a visit and enjoy the simple pleasures of life in my company.


Come on-a my house, my house a come on
I assure you a comfortable and enjoyable experience that will make you feel right at home and at peace.


Come on-a my house, my house I'm gonna give a you
Rest assured that I will attend to all your needs and offer you the best possible experience while you are in my home.


Marriage ring and a pomegranate too ah
In addition to the food and sweets, I will also share with you stories, experiences, and maybe even some precious mementos like a marriage ring, or perhaps a pomegranate, conveying the warmth and affection of a dear friend.


Peach and pear and I love your hair ah
Expect more sweet and nourishing fruits like peaches and pears, while I complement your unique beauty, expressing my admiration for you in a sincere way.


Come on-a my house, my house, I'm gonna give you Easta-egg
I am excited to take you through the journey of celebrating Easter together, and I will share with you the traditional customs and symbols of this special holiday, including Easter eggs.


Come on-a my house, my house, I'm gonna give you everything
I offer you my complete hospitality and generosity, leaving no stone unturned in making you feel welcome and comfortable, while being in my company and in my home.


Come on-a my house-a!
Let me insist once more that you pay me a visit and allow me to take care of you, as a gracious host would. My door is open, and I eagerly await your arrival.




Lyrics © IMAGEM MUSIC INC
Written by: OSCAR HAMMERSTEIN, II, RICHARD RODGERS

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qualquan

Credible but Doris wins.

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