Several resources provide complete listings of Cole Porter songs, including the Songwriters Hall of Fame website. ColePorter,org also maintains a list of songs written by Porter.
Porter wrote more than 800 compositions, including a variety of numbers used in Broadway plays and Hollywood movies. Some of the movies featuring his songs include "Paris," "Anything Goes" and "High Society."
In 1937, the musician fell from a horse and crushed both of his legs. Porter did not allow doctors to amputate his limbs and lived in constant pain. He continued composing songs for Broadway and won a Tony award in 1948. Porter died in 1964 at the age of 73.