Alex Blaze

Queer music Friday - Cole Porter

Filed By Alex Blaze | August 01, 2008 5:00 PM | comments

Filed in: Entertainment
Tags: Cole Porter, Muppets, queer music

Song writer Cole Porter, while he married a Linda Lee Thomas and maintained a sexless relationship with her, had many affairs with well-to-do and famous men. Here's "Easy to Love," which he wrote for architect Ed Tauch, performed by some Canadians:

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"I've got you under my Skin," performed by Muppets, after the jump.

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Wilson46201 | August 2, 2008 9:51 AM

... and Cole Porter was a Hoosier from Peru, Indiana!

Rah, rah, rah for the homo home team!!!

I've Got You Under My Skin performed by The Muppets?

As has been said sarcastically for many years, it's got to be just an odd coincidence that Kermit's middle finger smells so much like Miss Piggy!