When you're building your style, you want to be really aware of the components that you're putting together. So that they work for your voice, and for your thing, and your feel. So personally, I need to have a lot of soul in my style. That's a big part of it, as well as some jazz stuff. You've probably been noticing that throughout the course. So what we're going to do is give you another example. This is the tune, You've Got a Friend, that Carole King wrote. And we're going to do a completely different treatment that I recorded some years ago. It's a 12-8 feel, it's very bluesy, almost a little gospel. And it gives me a chance vocally to go through a big dynamic range. So I'm going to be singing softly, and I'm going to belt, and everything in between. And I'm going to ask the band to come along with me, and then to get quiet. So be thinking about these aspects, about how you can really use all of these things we've been talking about throughout the course, dynamics, awareness of the microphone, communicating to the band. So we can have this live experience together that just really has that juiciness to it. All right, so 12-8, I'm going to give them a real, real clear count off. One, two, one, two, three, four. [MUSIC] When you're down, [MUSIC] And troubled, [MUSIC] And you need some loving care. [MUSIC] Nothing, nothing is going right. [MUSIC] Just close your eyes and think of me. [MUSIC] Soon, I will be there, [MUSIC] To brighten up, [MUSIC] Even your darkest night. You just call, call out my name. And you know wherever I am, I'll come running. Yes, I will, to see you again. [MUSIC] Winter, spring, summer, or fall, all you've gotta do is call. [MUSIC] I'll be there. You've got a friend. Don't you know, yeah, yeah. You've got a friend. [MUSIC] Yeah, yeah, you've got a friend. Whoo, [MUSIC].