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Margaret Atherton

On the contrary, that “when you walk through a storm is a great football song is one of the strangest facts imaginable. Are we clear what’s happening here? The heroine has just discovered the murdered body of her beloved (and father of her unborn child) and is being consoled by her Aunt Effie with uplifting song. Fun fact: Renee Fleming sang it at Obama’s Inauguration Concert. I do t think they were thinking of Liverpool.

Eric Schliesser

I had completely missed Fleming's performance. (She reprised it for a PBS special a few years later.) Thank you for calling my attention to it, Margaret!

Alistair Isaac

I live next to the Hibs stadium — I was totally going to comment re: "Sunshine on Leith" if you hadn't mentioned it!

(and, apparently, even if you had . . . . )

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