By the way, the Soviet song “The Lone Garmon” we talked about last time has an excellent French version. It’s called “Joli Mai”. This song was performed for the first time in 1963 by Yves Montand. Some say that the verses are just about May and love, others that there’s allegory and they are about shot revolutionaries from the Paris Commune. I’m not a big expert on a French language and a French history, so unfortunately I don’t know who is right. Anyway, this is beautiful song and it’s strange that it’s not well-known in homeland of Yves Montand.