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Celine Dion's "You and I" HRC Song Winner; Hill and Bill in Song Video with Soprano Ending

The Clinton campaign, deftly using humor and Bill Clinton, produced a terrific video with a Soprano ending to mark the unveiling of the official campaign song -- "You and I" by Celine Dion.
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WASHINGTON -- The Hillary Clinton presidential campaign, deftly using humor and Bill Clinton, produced a terrific video with a Soprano ending to mark the unveiling of the official campaign song -- "You and I" by Celine Dion.

The video starts with Hillary Clinton sitting alone in a booth in a diner. The campaign told me it's a place in Westchester.

She's looking at the Seeburg juke selections when Bill Clinton walks in. "I ordered for the table," she said as they make chit chat. Bill Clinton looks dismayed when an order of -- sliced carrots is delivered. The answer to "where's Chelsea?" is a scene of a car being parked -- a teaser of the day when the so-far under wraps daughter plunges into the campaign.

As Bill Clinton asks how the campaign is going, a man walks by and gives them a look. That's Vince Curatola, who played New York mob boss Johnny "Sack" Sacramoni in the HBO series. And then the video goes to dark -- just like the show.

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