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STYLE" IS UP NEXT.

HI THERE, WELCOME TO
"CONNECTICUT STYLE."
I'M TERESA LaBARBERA.
WE'RE SO EXCITED ABOUT THE SHOW
WE AVE PLANNED FOR YOU TODAY.
COMING UP, WE KNOW THE
IMPORTANCE OF TEACHING YOUR
CHILDREN TO READ,BUT HOW CAN
YOU TEACH THEM TO LOVE TO READ?
LITERACY COACH DIANE
FRANKENSTEIN OFFERS TIPS FROM
HER BOOK, READING TOGETHER,
EVERHING HE NEED TO KNOW TO
RAISE A CHILD WHO LOVES TO READ.
WAIT UNT YOU SEE THE MENU AT
TAVERN 1757.
I LEARNED ABOUT THE NEWEST
RESTAURANT AT THE INN AT VILLA
BIANCA.
WE'LL SHARE THAT.
AND ON STAGE 8, ONE WAY TRACK
PERFORM AS UNIQUE STYLE OF
BLUEGRASS.
THEY WILL PERFORM A SONG FROM
THEIR NEW ALBUM, THE CIRCLE
SESSION.
SO TO ALL OF YOU WATCHING, SIT
BACK AND RELAX, YOU'RE HAVING
LUNCH WITH STYLE.


JUST AS ITTAKES A VILLAGE TO
RAISE A CHILD, IT TAKES A TEAM
OF PARENTS, TEACHERS AND
VOLUNTEERS TO NOT ONLY TEACH
CHILDREN HOW TO READ BUT TO
TEACH THEM HOW TO ENJOY READING.
IN HER BOOK, READINGTOGETHER,
DIANE FRANKENSTEIN TALKS ABOUT
EVERYTHING YOU NEED TO KNOW TO
RAISE A CHILD WHO LOVES TO READ.
SHE IS A LIT LITERACY COACH AND
JOINS ME NOW.
WELCOME.
THANK YOU FOR HAVING ME.
WE SHOULD MENTION WHAT A LIT
REARS COACH S A LITERACY COACH
IS LIKE ANY OTHER COACH, WHETHER
IT BE AN ATHLET COACH, IT'S
SOMEBODY WHO'S REALLY GIVING YOU
TIPS AND STRATEGIES ON HOW TO DO
WHAT OU KNOW HOW TO DO, BUT HOW
TO DO IT BETTER, SO IT'S MORE
EFFECTIVE AND SEFUL.
AND ENJOYABLE.
HOW DID YOU BECOME A LITERACY
COACH?
SO I'M ANEDUCATIONAL
CONSULTANT.
FOR YEARS I WAS WORKING WITH
CHILDREN AND TEACHERS AND
PARENTS ABOUT HOW CHILDREN
REALLY BECOME GOOD READERS.
AND EARLY ON, I SAW THAT
SOMETHING WAS MISSING, THAT IT'S
NOT ENOUGH TO TEACH CHLDREN HOW
TO READ, THAT IT'S REALLY JUST
THE BEGINNING.
THE CHILDREN, NO DIFFERENTTHAN
ADULTS, NEED TO TALK ABOUT A
STORY FOR THEM TO REALLY
UNDERSTAND THE STORY.
AND WHEN CHILDREN UNDERSTAND
WHAT THEY READ, THEY EJOY WHAT
THEY READ.
AND ENJOYMENT DRIVES READING.
SO IF WE WANT CHILEN TO BE
GOOD READERS AND LIFELONG
READERS, THEY HAVE TO BE ABLE TO
FIND PLEASURE IN READING, AND
TRYING TO FIGURE OUT WHAT THE
STORY MEANS.
AND THAT'S WHAT READING TOGETHER
IS ALL ABOUT.
HOW DO YOU FIND MEANING, HOW DO
YOU FIGURE OUT WHAT THE SORRY IS
AND WOULD THIS COME FROM
PARENTS, READING TO CHILDREN AT
A YOUNG AGE?
WOULD THAT START THE PROCESS?
WE WANT CHILDREN TO BE READ
TO FROM AT BIRTH ON.
BUT THE KEY, AND WE ALL KNOW
THAT THE MOST IMPORTANT THING
PARENTS CAN DO IS TO READ ALOUD
TO CHILDREN, BUT WHAT WE NOW
OW, WHICH IS RATHER NEW
INFORMATION, THAT MANY OF THE
BENEFITS OF READING ALOUD ARE
LOST UNLESS THERE IS THAT
COMPONENT OF THE VERBAL
INTERACTION.
CHILDREN REALLY LEARN, MANY OF
THE SKILLS TO GET READY TO LEARN
TO READ, THOSE ARE FIRST LEARNED
IN CONVERSATION.
SO THAT TALKING, THAT
INTERACTION BETWEEN A PARENT AND
A CHILD OR A CAREGIVER OR
WHOEVER IS INTERACTING WITH THAT
CHILD, IT'S THE VERBAL
INTERACTION ABOUTTHE STORY THAT
REALLY GETS CHILDREN READY TO BE
GOOD READERS.
WOULD YOU BE ABLE TO GIVE US
AN EXAMPE OF HOW A PARENT MIGHT
JUMP-START THAT CONVERSATION?
YOU CAN HAVE A COVERSATION
ABOUT A 32-PAGE PICTURE BOOK.
YOU CAN HAVE A GREAT
CONVERSATION ABOUT A BOOK THAT
HAS NO WORDS.
BUT YOU DON'T EVEN NEED A BOOK
TO HAVE A GOOD CONVERSATION.
YOU CAN START ASKING CHILDREN,
WHAT DID YOU HAVE FOR BEAKFAST?
WHERE ARE WE GOING TODAY?
WHAT ARE WE GOING TO DO AT THE
PLAYGROUND?
WHAT COLOR IS YOUR DRESS?
THAT'S A BEAUTIFUL RED DRESS.
'S NOT RED, IT'S PURPLE!
SO MY POINT IS, WE WANT PARENTS
TO UNDERSTAND THE IMPORTANCE OF
VOCABULARY.CHILDREN NEED AN ADEE
VOCABULARY, SO WHEN THEY ENTER
SCHOOL, THEY ARE READY TO LEARN
TO READ.
SO WHAT READINGTOGETHER REALLY
DOES IS IT GIVES PARENTS AND
TEACHERS THE CONVERSATIONS TO
HAVE ABOUT THE BOOKS, AND
THERE'S ALSO AN AREA IN THE BOOK
THAT YOU CAN JUST HAVE
CONVERSATIONS ON SUBJECTS
ABOUT -- THAT MATTER TO
CHILDREN.
SURE.
WE SHOULD MENTION THE BOOK.
IT'S NOT REALLY A TEXTBOOK, IT'S
MORE LIKE A PLAY-BYPLAY, WOULD
YOU SAY?
IT'S REALLY A HOW-TO.
THAT'S A GOD POINT, TERESA.
I HAD NO INTEREST IN WRITING A
TEXTBOOK, I DIDN'T THINK IT,
VERY USEFUL.
"READING TOGETHER" CAME FROM,
AGAIN, I'VE BEEN DOING THI FOR
SO MANY YEARS, NOT JUST IN THE
U.S. BUT ALSO IN MANY FOREIGN
COUNTRIES AND DIFFERENT
CULTURES.
AND WHAT I FOUND IS THAT EVERY
PARENT, I DON'T CARE WHERE THEY
LIVE, AND EVERY TEACHER WANTS
THE BEST FOR THEIR CHILD, AND
THEY KNOW THE BEST START FOR
CHILDREN TO BE SUCCESSFUL IN AND
OUT OF SCHOOL, THEY NEED STRONG
LITERACY SKILLS, THEY NEED TO BE
ABLE TO READ.
AND WHERE THAT BEGINS IS THE
ORAL COMMUNICATION.
SO IT STARTS WITH PARENTS.
AND IT DOESN'T HAVE TO START
JUST WITH BOOKS.
BUT WE WANT TO REALLY UNDERSCORE
THE EMPHASIS OF THE IMPORTANCE
OF TALKING WITH CHILDREN AND HOW
WE TALK WITH THEM.
AND CHILDREN LEARN LANGUAGE NOT
THROUGH A GADGET AND NOT THROUGH
A FLASH CARD.
THEY LEARN IT THROUGH
CONVERSATION.
SPEAK TO YOUR CHILDREN,
BOTTOM LINE.
SPEAK TO YOUR CHLDREN, AND
LOOK AT THEM, GIVE THEM EYE
CONTACT.
WE ALL LIVE IN THE WORLD OF
TECHNOLOG BUT A PARENT WHO'S
DISTRACTED, WHO THINKS THEY'RE
SPENDING TIME WITH THEIR CHILD
WHEN THEY'RE REALLY PLUGGED IN
OR TEXTING, WE ALL DO IT, IS
REALLY NOT HELPFUL TO THE CHILD.
LET WAY YOU INTERACT WITH THE
CHILD, THE EYE CONTACT, THE BODY
LANGUAGE.
WHEN I WORK WITH CHILDREN'S IN
SCHOOL IT'S REALLY CLEAR TO ME
THE CHILDREN WHO COME WITH AN
ADVANTAGE BECAUSE SOMEBODY HAS
SPOKEN TO THEM IN THE HOUSE,
SOMEBODY HAS ASKED AN ANSWERED
THEIR QUESTIONS.
SUGARS TAKEN THE TIME.
TAKEN THE TIME, GIVE YOUR
HEART AND YOUR TIME.
HOW DO YOU KNOW IF A BOOK IS
RIGHT FOR A CHILD?
GREAT QUESTION.
CHILDREN ON READ FOR STORY.
SO IF A CHILD IS HAVING
DIFFICULTY GETTING TO THE STORY,
MEANING UNDERSTANDING THE STORY,
THERE'S NOTHING WRONG WITH THE
CHILD.
THE BOOK IS NOT THE RIGHT BOOK.
THE BOOK IS NOT THE RIGHT BOOK.
ONE OF THE MYTHS IS THAT IF I
OFFER MY CHILD REALLY DIFFICULT
BOOKS, THEY'LL BECOME A
DIFFERENT, A MUCH BETTER READER.
AND IT'S THE EXACT OPPOSITE.
WHEN WE OFFER CHILDREN BOOKS
THAT THEY CAN EASILY UNDERSTAND
THE STORY, BECAUSE WE'RE GOING
TO TALK ABOUT THE STORY, THT'S
WHAT HAPPENS WHEN CHILDREN
REALLY ENJOY WHAT THEY'RE
READING.
SO AGE AND STAGE APPROPRIATE,
AND READING LEVEL IS IMPORTANT.
WE WANT TO MAKE SURE THAT THE
CHILD UNDERSTANDS AND CAN EASILY
GET TO TH STORY.
I WANT TO ASK YOU, YOU MAKE A
POINT IN THE BOOK TO FIND OTHER
TIMES BESIDES BEDTIME TO READ
BOOKS.
YEAH.
I MEAN, I LOVE THE BEDTIME STORY
READ, BUT I ALSO THIS, I'M A
PARENT, AND I REMEMBER SORT OF
THAT BEDTIME, EVERYBODY IS
TIRED.
THE ATTENTION SPAN IS A LITTLE
BIT LOW.
JUST, YOU KNOW, IT'S A THE END
OF THE DAY.
SO I LOVE THE BEDTIME READ, BUT
LET'S GET -- LET'S BE A LITTLE
BIT MORE CREATIVE.
I HAPPEN TO BE A MORNING PERSON,
OKAY?
AND TO ME THERE'S NOTHING BETTER
THAN A GOOD BOOK WITH A COOKIE,
A CONVERSATION, A SNACK IN THE
AFTERNOON.
SO A QUICK POEM AT BREAKFT.
SURE, GOOD WAY TO START THE
DAY.
YOU HAVE SOME WORKSHOPS IN
DECEMBER.
WHERE CAN PEOPLE FIND MORE
INFORMATION?
THEY CAN FIND THE INFORMAON
AT DIANE FRANKENSTEIN.COM, AND
THEY CAN SIGN UP ANDBE IN
CONTACT AND FLOPPY WE'LL SEE
SOME OF YOUR VIEWERS.
SOUNDS GREAT.
THE BOOK AGAIN S "READING
TOGETHER, EVERYTHING YOU NEED TO
NOW TO RAISE A CHILD WHO LOVES
TO READ."
THANK YOU SO MUCH.
THANK YOU FOR HAVING ME,
TERESA.
STAY WITH US.
UP NEXT ON "CONNECTICUT STYLE,"
I RECENTLY LEARNED ALL ABOUT THE
INN AT VLA BIANCA'S NEWEST
RESTAURANT, TAVERN 1757.
WE'LL SHARE THAT INTERVIEW AFTER
THE BRAK.
WE'LL BE RIGHT BACK.


THE FINISHING TOUCHES ARE
DONE AND THE STAFF AT TAVERN
1757 AT THE INN AT VILLA BIANCA
ARE ANXIOUS TO SRVE YOU.
JOINING ME ARE THE EXECUTIVE
CHEF AND OWNER TONY MAVULI, AND
THE EXECIVE GENERAL MANAGER,
GENTLEMEN, THANKS FOR BEIN
HERE.
HOW EXCITING IS THIS, YOU'RE OFF
AND RUNNING, OPEN FOR BUSINESS.
YOU HAD A RIBBON CUTTING EARLIER
IN THE MONTH.
IT'S A SUCCESS.
IT IS VERY EXCITING.
AFTER TWO YEARS IN THE MAKING,
FINALLY WE ARE HERE, AND WE
OPENED VERY SOFTLY AND NOW WE
ARE READYTO RUN.
SO PLEASE COME OVER, ASK FOR MY
NAME.
YOU HAVE A GLASS OF WINE ON ME,
EVERYBODY.
NOW YOU'RE GOING TO GET A LOT
OF PEOPLE, TONY.
YOU GOT IT.
THE TAVE 1757 IS BECAUSE AN
OLD THING ON THE PROPERTY.
YES, WE HAVE A COUPLE OF
ENGINEERS TAKE A LOOK TO SEEIF
WE CAN SAVE IT, BUT IT WASN'T
POSSIBLE, BUT WE SAVE EVERY
PIECE OF LUMBER, EVERYSTONE,
AND PUT IN IT THE NEW HOUSE.
EVERYBODY IS EXCITED ABOUT THAT.
IT BECAME VERY, VERY BEAUTIFUL
BUILDING.
SURE.
WITH ALL THE OLD TOUCHES.
YEAH, THE OLDER STUFF I
STILL IN THERE.
RIGHT.
LET'S LOOK AT SOME PICTURES.
HERE WE GO.
OH, IT'S BEAUTIFUL FROM THE
OUTSIDE.
THERE'S A DINING ROOM UPSTAIRS?
THERE'S A PRIVATE DINING ROOM
UPSTAIRS, ALSO MAIN DINING ROOM,
ANA BEAUTIFUL DECK FOR PARTY
OR DINNER L FRESCO.
I LOVE THAT.
AND WE HAVE EVERY AMENITY YOU
NEED IN THE RESTAURANT.
BEAUTIFUL TAVERN.
YOU CAN SEE BY THE PICURES.
WE'VE GOT A BEAUTIFUL BAR.
ALSO BRICK OVEN PIZZA.
BUT NOT JUST A PIZZA, IT'S
SINGLE PIZZAS FOR A APPTIZER,
AND ALSO, WE COOK IN THE OVEN
SOME OF THE BREADS.
AND OUR CHICKENS, OUR MEATS.
VERY NICE.
SO T'S DIFFERENT.
TELL BUS THE STAFF BEFORE WE
GET COOKING.
WELL, THANK GOD WE DID HAVE A
WELL-TRAINED STAFF, BECAUSE THE
AFFAIR WENT OFF FLAWLESSLY.
VERY PROUD OF THESE GUYS.
GREAT.
THEY'RE STILL IN THE TRAINING
PROGRAM BECAUSE O THE DEPTH OF
THE WINE LIST THAT WE HAVE.
BUT WE'RE DOING VERY, VERY WELL.
I'M HAPPY TO HEAR THAT.
WHAT ARE YOU MAKING TODAY?
FOR US TODAY WE'RE GOING TO
MAKE A SOUP WITH FESH THYME AND
CHIVE.
SO BASICALLY WE SAUTE, WE
ROASTED THE BUTTERNUT SQUA
WITH ONION, GARLIC, THYME.
SALT AND PEPPER.
OKAY.
WHEN THEY ARE LIGHTLY ROASTED
WEED ADD SOME CHICKEN STOCK.
OKAY.
THIS IS A GREAT APPETIZER,
ISN'T IT?
OH, YEAH.
ESPECIALLY NOW IN FALL, IT'S
GREAT.
YOU KNOW, WE LET IT COOKFOR
ABOUT HALF AN HOUR.
AND WE PUT SOME HEAVY CREAM.
NOW WE DON'T WANT SKIM MILK
OR ANYTHING, WE WANT HEAVY
CREAM.
HEAVY CRAM, 40%.
AND WE LET COOK FOR ABOUT AN
HOUR.
AFTER THAT WE'RE GOING TO
PRESENT EVERYTHING WITH THE
IMMERSION BLENR.
OKAY.
SMOOTH AND DELIGHTFUL.
WOULD YOU SERVE A LITTLE CREME
FRAICHE ON TOP OR WHAT WOULD YOU
DO?
YOU CAN DO THAT TOO.
WE DO CHIVE.
I'LL SHOW YOU RIGHT NOW.
VERY NICE.
TONY, WHILE HE'S PLATING THIS
UP, TELL US ABOUTTHE OTHER
EVENTS YOU CAN CATER TO.
WE CATER ABOUT FOR
EVERYTHI.
MOSTLY, I MEAN WE HAVE THE
DINNERS, AND SHOWERS, BEAUTIFUL
ROOM OVEROKING THE RIVER.
VERY SPECTACULAR.
AND ALSO, WE HAVE NEW MANAGEMENT
IN THE VILLA BIANCA, SO I AM
CONCENTRATE A LOT IN THE
RESTAURANT, BUT ALWAYS I'M
THERE.
AND, OF COURSE, GET AHOLD OF
THE TAVERN 1757 BY CALLING OR
VISITING THE WEBSITE, YOU CAN
GET AN APRON.
HO GREAT IS THAT?
GIVING THEM AWAY.
E-MAIL US AND WE SEND AWE
APRON.
COME BY, HAVE A GLASS OF WINE
WITH ME AND I CAN GIVE YOU THE
APRON ALSO.
SO JOIN US.
IT WILL BE VERY EXCITING, IT
WILL BE BEAUTIFUL EXPERIENCE.
YOU DON'T FORGET.
I GUARANTEE YOU TA THAT.
ALL RIGHT?
LET'S DIG INTO THIS IFWE
DON'T MIND HERE, IT LOOKS
WONDERFUL.
LET'S PUT SOME INFORMATION ON
THE SCREEN, INN AT VILLA BIANCA,
THE NEW TAVERN AT 1757, ON
ROOSEVELT DRIVE IN SEYOUR.
WE'LL GET THAT PICTURE UP.
THERE WE GO.
OH, IT'S WONDERFUL!
IT TASTES LIKE FALL, IT'S GREAT!
AGAIN, THERE'S THE INFORMATN
WHERE YOU CAN CALL.
203-516-5461 OR VISIT VILLA
BIANCA.COM.
GENTLEMEN, THANKS FOR BEING
HERE.
BEST OF LUCK WITH THE NEW
RESTAURANT!
THANK YOU VERY MUCH.
I'LL SEE THROUGH, ALL RIGHT?
I'LL SEE THROUGH.
MORE "CONNECTICUT STYLE"
AFTER THIS BREAK.
WE'LL BE RIGHT BACK.

ONE WAY TRACK IS A LOCAL BAND
WHOSE SONGS RANGE FROM
TRADITIONAL BLUEGRASS TO TEX MEX
STRING BAND.
SAY HELLO TO SEAN AND JOHN,
WELCOME TO THE SHOW, GUYS
THANKS FOR HAVING US.
INTRODUCE THE REST OF THE
BAND MEMBERS.
PLAYING BAJO WE HAVE TOM
McNULTY, AND IN THE BACK ON
THAT BIG BASS FIDDLE IS PAT THE
HACK HADEN.
ALL IGHT, TELL BUS YOUR
MUSIC.
AS YOU MENTIONED EARLIER,
IT'S A TRADITIONAL STRING
INSTRUMENTATION, BUT CONSIDERING
WE GREW UP IN THE NORTHEAST WE
HAVE A LOT OF DIFFERENT
INFLUENCES WHICH INCLUDE ROCK
'N' ROLL, MAYBE SOME JAZZ, POP.
HEAVY METAL.
YEAH, A TTLE BIT OF
EVERYTHING, HUH?
A LITTLE LITTLE BIT OF EVERY,
TEX MEX.
HOW DID YOU COME ONE THE
NAME?
ONE WAY TRACK WE THOUGHT WAS
A GOODMET A FOR -- MET A FORKS
AND AT THE SAME TIME TMMALITY &
PAT ARE TRAIN AND RAILROAD
BUFFS, SO IT SEEMED TO FIT.
WE WENT WITH THAT.
AND A GREAT TORRENTIAL BLUEGRASS
SONG WITH THE SAME TITLE.
SO WE KIND OF ARE BORROWING FROM
THERE TOO.
MANY LEVELS.
AND YO HAVE A NEW ALBUM OUT,
THE CIRCLE SESSION.
TELL US ABOUT IT.
IT WA RECORDED WITH THE
WONDERFUL DICK NEILL IN
STRATAFORD ABOUT, A THREE ND A
HALF YEAR ODYSSEY, WE FINALLY
GOT IT DONE.
WONDERFUL, TEN TRACKS, GREAT
VARIETY OF GUEST MUSICIANS ON
THERE.
AND EXTREMELY PROUD OF IT.
AND THE RELEASE PARTY IS THI
THURSDAY?
THE RELEASE PARTY IS THIS
FRIDAY.
OKAY.
OKAY.
WHICH IS ON TREADWELL STREET,
295 TREADASWELL OFF DIXWELL
AVENUE, WE KICK OFF AT 8:30 AND
HAVE A ROCKING GOOD TIME.
WE WANT EVERYBODY TO COME ON
DOWN.
WHAT ARE YOU PLAYING TODAY?
A SONG THAT'S OFF THE CD,
TITLED -- FIRST TRACK -- TITLED
"I THE CARDS."
TAKE IT AWAY.
THANK YOU.
ONE, TWO, THREE, FOUR.



♪ THEN YOU KNOW WHY ♪
♪ CAN'T COMPLAIN ABOUT THE
WEATHER ♪
♪ YOU KNOW I WANT THAT PEACE OF
MIND ♪
♪ AND I'M STILL THE SAME ♪
♪♪
♪ I THINK THAT SOETHING I HAVE
DONE ♪
♪ OH OH EVER IN MY PLANTS ♪






















THE CONNECTICUT INTERNATIONAL
AUTO SHOW IS COMING TO THE
CONNECTICUT CONVENTION CENTER
NOVEMBER 2 THROUGH THE 4TH.
FOR A CHANCE TO WAYNE FAMILY
FOUR PACK OF TICKETS AND$50 GAS
CARD GO TO "CONNECTICUT
STYLE".T. WE ARE JUST ABOUT OUT
OF TIME.
WE THANKALL OF OUR GUESTS, BUT
MOST OF ALL THANK FOR YOU
WATCHING.
MAKE IT A GREAT DAY.
AND WE'RGOING TO TOSS IT BACK
TO ONE WAY TRAFFIC TO PLAY OWE
EVANGELINE ."BYE-BYE.


♪ MY EVANGELINE SHE'S THE APPLE
OF MY EYE ♪
♪ EVANGELINE ♪
♪ MY MY EVANGELINE ♪
♪ SHE'S THE APPLE OF MY EYE ♪
♪ LOTS OF GIRLS BUT NONE AS FINE
AS & SWEET AS EVANGELINE ♪
♪ EVANGELINE ♪
♪ EVANGELINE ♪



♪ LOTS OF GIRLS BUT NONE AS FAIR
AS SEET EVANGELINE ♪
♪ EVANGELINE ♪
♪ EVAGELINE ♪
♪ OH MY ♪
♪ EVANGELINE ♪
♪ EVANGELINE ♪
♪ OH MY, OH, MY ♪





♪ WELL I MIGHT NOT MIND THE
TEMPTATION ♪
♪ I KNOW ♪
♪ WHERE I'LL END UP IN TIME ♪
♪ I CAN'T STOP TILL I MAKE THT
GIRL MINE ♪
♪ OH MINE ♪ ♪






♪ MY MYEVANGELINE ♪
♪ SWEET AS CHERRY WINE ♪
♪ LOTS OF GERMANY'S BUT NONE AS
FINE AS EVANGELINE ♪
♪MY MY EVANGELINE ♪
♪ MAKE A GROWN MAN CRY ♪
♪ LOTS OF GIRLS BUT NONE AS
FINE ♪
♪ SWEET EVANGELINE ♪