Mona Lisa

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Mona Lisa

(ˈməʊnə ˈliːzə)
n
(Art Terms) a portrait of a young woman painted by Leonardo da Vinci, admired for her enigmatic smile. Also called: La Gioconda
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Mona Lisa

[ˈməʊnəˈliːzə] N the Mona Lisala Gioconda, la Mona Lisa
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One year, my 12-year-old heard me in the shower caterwauling 'Mona Lisa, Mona Lisa, Men have named you, Dum di dum di dum di dum di mystic smile', (which I heartily recommend, incidentally, if you're looking to extend your bath-time repertoire) and went out and bought me Nat King Cole's 100 Greatest Hits in a four-CD package.
Nat King Cole even sang of her beauty in a melody which leaves you in no doubt of it's subject - you may remember it - Mona Lisa, Mona Lisa, Mona Lisa.
Cathy Tyson also turned up as the "transplant co-ordinator", though not even Campbell-Gore serenaded her with Mona Lisa, Mona Lisa.