It goes back to that music teacher when I was 12 years old.  After the third lesson, I was singing some popular country song of the day. I forget the name. I think it was a Hank Williams, no, it was too early for Hank Williams, I guess.  Whatever the song was, I didn’t sing it like the artist had sung it on the radio. And she said, “You’re a song stylist.”  She said, “Always do it your way.” And from the age of 12, I didn’t forget that.  But that was the way I had to do it, because it was the way it was with me.  I had to do it my way.  I couldn’t read those notes, singing those great songs, like a lot of those singers could, but I could do it my way — the way it felt good to me. And that’s what music is all about, emotion.