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Sep 19, 2022

[Answer] 1. Nat King Cole sang about which famous painting?

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...1. Mona Lisa 2. Starry Night 3. Guernica 4. The Haywain "Mona Lisa" was written for the 1950 film "Captain Carey". Both the title and lyrics make reference to the famous Da Vinci painting, which can be found in the Louvre Museum in Paris. Sung by Nat King Cole for the film soundtrack, it won the 1950 Oscar for Best Original Song, and also gave the singer the number one spot on the Billboard Hot 100, where it stayed for eight weeks. Nat King Cole started his musical career as a jazz pianist, but it wasn't long before his smooth baritone voice bought him success as a singer. He was the first African American to host his own variety show on television. This was quite controversial at the time, and after a year the show was taken off when it failed to attract a national sponsor.




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Mona Lisa:


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