he 1950’s Nat King Cole hit tune ‘MonaLisa’ is about Leonardo da Vinci’s most famous painting popularly known by that name because of Lisa XXX Giaconda’s mystic and entrancing smile.  How on earth do the words of this tune have any relevance to this mystery?  You will be greatly surprised when you tread all about it in Bill Kersey’s forthcoming book, ‘The Secret Smile of the Mona Lisa.’

Thee words were written by      and the haunting tune sung by Nat King Cole will remain with you forever, especially when you  glean the hidden secrets of

                                                                          MONA LISA

“Mona Lisa, Monalisa, men have named you.

You're so like the lady with the mystic smile.

 Is it only 'cause you're lonely, they have blamed you?

 For that Monalisa strangeness in your smile?  

Do you smile to tempt a lover, Monalisa?

 Or is this your way to hide a broken heart?

Many dreams have been brought to your doorstep.

They just lie there and they die there.

Are you warm, are you real, Monalisa?

 Or just a cold and lonely, lovely work of art?

 Monalisa, Monalisa.