[MUSIC]. Hold it. I'm too! It soothed her to her fall. Say the line to me, cause this is always the way to do it. Say it out loud. Turn that toggle switch behind your right ear in the off position, so that you're not listening to what you're saying. Banana banana banana. And, just stay natural. It soothed, go ahead and say it to me. >> It soothed you to your fall. And it soothed you to your fall. >> It soothed you to your fall. It soothed you to your fall. Soothed you to your fall. It soothed you to your fall. See where to is? >> Yeah. >> So if you say, it soothed you to your fall, But it's a to your fall. What's a to your fall? I don't know. It sounds like some kind of dress or something. >> To your fall. >> Yeah, to your fall. I'm wearing my to your fall. [LAUGH] you know, it's just, just, just quirky of me to be wearing a to your fall, but. [LAUGH] But there it is, you know, what can I say, it's just my preference. so, so singing, it soothed her, it soothed you. >> Two to four, try it. >> [MUSIC] She heard the siren's call. Well, it soothed you to your fall. >> Okay, again. You heard the siren's call. >> [MUSIC] You heard the sirens call. It soothed you to your fall. >> Okay, now, let, let, look at this as a metaphor. [COUGH] It's really, really hard to see the stars when you're living in the city. It's because there's so much light. Or, another way of looking at the metaphor is this. You're in British Columbia, out in a meadow up in the mountains. There's no light around anyplace. And you're laying there. On a, in a, in a meadow. And there's just there, there, there's just so many stars there. They're so deep. And then the full moon rises. And what happens when the full moon rises is that you can't see the stars very well. Because of the light that the full moon is bringing out. So there's a big light there. And what that light does is diminishes the light of everything around it. Now if you look at your stressed notes in a song as spotlights or as the moon, they stressed notes shed a lot of light on and if you're, and if you're dealing with. It soothed her to her fall. There's to in that strong position, which is now shining its light. And what it's doing is it's diminishing the power of soothe and fall. So, what you've got to do it put the moon back down behind the mountain so that soothe and fall are actually getting the spotlight, getting the attention. >> Was out there like being diminished, so sing it that way and it soothed you to. And watch how soothe and fall just jump out at you. >> [MUSIC] You heard the siren's call. It soothed you to your fall. >> [UNKNOWN] Oh. [MUSIC] You heard the siren's call, it soothed you to your fall. >> Fall. >> Again. >> You heard the sirens call. Well, it soothed you to your fall. >> Again, but sing it in in the, in the sucky way. >> [LAUGH][COUGH][LAUGH] You heard the sirens call. Well, it soothed you to your fall. >> Again. >> You heard the sirens call. >> [MUSIC] Well it soothed you to your fall. >> Now sing it the good way. >> You heard the sirens call, well it soothed you to your fall. >> It, it's a night and day difference with the moon, you know, metaphor happening, night and day. the, the emotion really comes across. And it doesn't seem like this should be such a big issue. Because it's only a preposition, for God's sake. And, you know, it, it only takes how, how long to say. But it's on the strong beat. And because it's on a strong beat, it diminishes the meaning and the emotion. Air goes out of the song's tires, when you, when you misstress something like that. And it's something that people do all the time. And when they do it, they lose emotion. They lose meaning. shining too much light on, on, on something that, it should, should be in the community theater.