What's Wrong with That? is a song from the film The Happiest Millionaire. It is sung by Fred MacMurray (Anthony Biddle) and written by the Sherman Brothers. It is about Anthony's frustration about his family not being around.


I've been bit on my finger
It could have been my leg!
It could have been my head
I might have died!
In a time of mortal peril any man should expect
That his family will come rushing to his side!
What's wrong with that?
What's wrong with that?
My family rushing to my side
What's wrong with that!?
I'm a good-hearted husband
I'm generous and kind
No wife could have a life as free of cares
So when a good-hearted husband has been bit its only right
That his wife should share the agony he bears
What's wrong with that?
What's wrong with that?
I want my wife to share my life
What's wrong with that!?
Here in this house I'm raising
Three strong intelligent children
Where are they now in their father's time of need?
I give them private tutors
The finest physical trainers
All in vain
Ohh, the pain!
I believe in the Bible!

I believe in Uncle Sam!
And as sure as old glory waves above!

I believe a man who's bitten has the right to demand
That his family gives him sympathy and love!
What's wrong with that?

What's wrong with that?

Anthony and Cordy:
The flag above, the bible and love
What's wrong with that?!