You know, it’s very easy to play a piece for the first time because you’re excited. You’re a little nervous. You get inspired. Then the second time comes, and you feel a little better about it because you know that you can do it.  And then the third time, it may be, “Well, how do I play that piece? Well, I play that piece like yesterday.” And then the fourth time, who knows? And then, after a while, the danger is to play the piece “the way it goes,” and that’s where the mistake is. I mean there’s no such thing as “the way it goes.” You don’t play a piece “the way it goes.”  You play a piece the way it is, and “the way it goes” is a danger because then, as a result, what happens is you imitate what you do, and it loses the spontaneity.