That's Amore
From the episode: How Cleveland Got His Groove Back
Singers: Donny and the Barhounds
Voices: Danny Smith, John Viener, Alec Sulkin

"That's Amore" is a 1952 song by composer Harry Warren and lyricist Jack Brooks. It became a major hit, signature song for Dean Martin in 1953.

When Cleveland seeks out new drinking friends in "How Cleveland Got His Groove Back", he sees his old friends Lester, Holt and Tim ordered a pizza to the bar, prompting the new group to sing a song involving pizza.


When the moon hits your eyes

like a big pizza pie

That's amore!

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