The film's closing credits feature postwar vocalist Jo Stafford performing an earnest, deeply moving rendition of a song about an all-consuming love. "It was seven or eight years ago I first heard this. But Jo Stafford is just the greatest and... she's probably my favorite singer of that period. "This one just rose to the top for the way that it felt and obvious sort of connotations in the lyrics, how it could fit the relationship of these two men and how they feel about each other. Also, it's just really nice to have a woman's voice come in as a nice feeling to the film after these... it's so kind of boy-heavy between the two of them, you know, it's really nice having this sort of angel voice come in over the film." -- "Fresh Air"
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