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Bob Ryan

I get a kick out of Tiger

By Bob Ryan
Globe Columnist / February 26, 2008

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Where is Cole Porter when we need him? In his 1934 composition "You're The Top," Porter equates the object of his affection to such things as the Coliseum, the Louvre museum, a Bendel bonnet, a Shakespeare sonnet, the Tower of Pisa, the Mona Lisa, Mahatma Gandhi, Napoleon brandy, the National Gallery, Garbo's salary, the "purple light of a summer night ... (Full article: 1104 words)

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