Last night I had what's known in the business as "some enchanted evening," involving Pirates 2, rum and Coke, and Footloose. At the end of the evening, I got in the car to drive home, turned on the radio, and within a minute got to hear this classic from the Five Satins.
It's always been one of my favorite slow songs ever, and it was such a treat to have it come on just then. It even refers to "that night in May." I don't know how Mr. and Mrs. Tom W. Bread in the audience here felt about it, but judging by Mrs. Bread's dreamy expression, it worked its magic on her very nicely.
Kudos once more to YouTube for making clips like this available to over-the-moon guys like me.