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"Out of your smiles will bloom a flower"...Ilse de Lange Ilse delange I Still CryI'm making flowers out of paperWhile darkness takes the afternoonI know that they won't last foreverBut real ones fade away to soonChorus :I still cry sometimes when I remember youI still cry sometimes when I hear your nameI said goodbye and I know you're alright nowBut when the leaves start falling down I still cryIt's just that I recall SeptemberIt's just that I still hear your songIt's just I can't seem to rememberForever more those days are goneChorus :I still cry sometimes when I remember youI still cry sometimes when I hear your nameI said goodbye and I know you're alright nowBut when the leaves start falling down I still cryI still cry sometimes when I remember youI still cry sometimes when I hear your nameI said goodbye and i know you're alright nowBut when the leaves start falling down I still cryBut when the leaves start falling down I still cryIlse Annoeska de Lange was born on May 13, 1977 in Almelo, Netherlands. She started her career at the age of 8 as a lip-synching artist, which won her several contests. DeLange drew greater attention after switching to a live repertoire in both regional and national talent shows in Hilversum (the Dutch city where most TV-programs are shot). This helped her book some live-performances on national television. She formed a duo with guitarist Joop Liefland, who introduced her to country music.In 1994 Ilse performed at the Dutch Country Music Awards. Despite positive reviews, nothing happened with her career. She did get in touch with representatives of Warner Music but it took several years of negotiation before Warner Music decided to offer Ilse a contract. In 1996 DeLange joined the popgroup Wij where the group released the single "De Oorlog Meegemaakt" ("Experienced The War"). However the single didn't chart the Dutch Top 40."Thang Tu Den" (the Black April)Operation Babylift was the name given to the mass evacuation of children from South Vietnam to the United States and other countries (including, for example, Australia, France, and Canada) at the end of the Vietnam War, during April 1975. By the final American flight out of South Vietnam, over 2,000 infants and children had been evacuated. Along with Operation New Life, over 110,000 refugees were evacuated from South Vietnam at the end of the Vietnam War.The first military evacuation flight, a C-5A Galaxy cargo plane loaded with over 300 crew, children and adult escorts, experienced an "explosive rapid decompression" about 40 miles (64 km) outside Saigon when the rear ramp and pressure door blew out through the rear of the aircraft (due to a lock failure) and was forced to return to Tan Son Nhut with no flight controls to the tail, and only limited roll control. The plane could not reach the airport; but instead crash-landed, at about 270 knots (500 km/h), two miles (3 km) away into a field of flooded rice paddies, killing 138 people, including 127 of the orphans. However, over half of the passengers survived the crash. Most of the infants and adults in the upper deck areas survived. Those in the lower decks, including most of the adult "chaperones", "non-essential" members of the Defence Attache's Office (mainly administrative staff), did not. News of the plane crash brought widespread attention and sympathy toward the operation and the evacuees in the U.S. and other nations. This video was made in the memory of those children who lost there lives in this crash and was posted on the anniversary of that crash. "Out of your smiles will bloom a flower"...Ilse de Lange Still Cry Delange