People: May 14, 1965

'Twas the night of the ball We were tight, that was all ...

Cole Porter's fans never heard that lyric while he was alive. It was just one of those things he wrote for his Broadway musicals and filed away unused because he had another song he liked better. Now, six months after Porter's death at 71, his publisher, Dr. Albert Sirmay of Chappell & Co., has come on a trove of more than 100 Porter pearls stashed away in his Waldorf Towers Manhattan apartment. Dainty Quainty Me, Dizzy Baby, I Can Do Without Tea...

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