An American in Paris vs. An American About to Be in Paris: One Difference

An American in Paris is a symphonic tone poem, written in 1928 by composer George Gershwin. An American about to be in Paris is a person who ought to call his bank today, lest they suspend his accounts while he’s abroad.

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