>> phyllis harris: i don't know, no. ( laughs ) >> stahl: but you said it? >> phyllis harris: but i said it. >> stahl: she waited eight and a half more years. ( applause ) >> walker: if i could, i'd your eyes... >> stahl: then, a surprise. the woman with the least dramatic story singing about sending her children off to college gets the most emotional response. >> walker: and if i could in a time and place where you don't want to be... the song is a parent to a child, wanting the best of everything for that child. i could have written it myself, it's that real for me. my yesterday won't have to be your way if i knew... >> burke: i love all the songs. but that song for me, i sta... she used to rehearse it here. and all the men were crying. and they used to tease us and say, "okay, renee's gonna bring the klee... kleenex to the boys." >> stahl: when we looked backstage during her song, there they were. >> burke: and i'm imagining in my mind that it's my mother saying that to me. >> stahl: and when it's his >> burke: maybe you were just too young. >> stahl: ...
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