Tender is the Night Book 2, Chapter 5
"Miss Warren", Nicole, entered the room with her Senora, and introduced him to Dick. The Senora commented on the nice weather and suggested that Dick stay in Zurich through the summer. Dick and Nicole went on a walk outside and talked about music, as Dick marveled at Nicole's youthful beauty. Nicole told Dick that she wanted to play the phonograph for him. She kept looking at him and smiling, and this excited Dick. The two met a week later at Franz's house.
Now they were in America and Nicole played the phonograph and sang to Dick. Nicole kept looking at Dick and smiling. She sang one song that her cook taught her, "A woman never knows/ What a good man she's got/ Till after she turns him down." Book 2, Chapter 5, pg. 136 Dick commented about how he knew few songs. He thought to himself about how he had little experience with women.