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One of the more subtle Louisiana references is the name of Ray’s love, Evangeline. The name refers to the poem ‘Evangeline, A Tale of Acadie’ by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, about an Acadian girl’s search for her lost love. The poem is held dear by the Louisiana descendants of the Acadians, or “Cajuns”.

One of the more subtle Louisiana references is the name of Ray’s love, Evangeline. The name refers to the poem ‘Evangeline, A Tale of Acadie’ by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, about an Acadian girl’s search for her lost love. The poem is held dear by the Louisiana descendants of the Acadians, or “Cajuns”.

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    It was sang by a number of singers waaaay before Star Academy though.
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    yeah it was a Star Academie song wasn’t it
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    Oh the story of Evangeline is also well known here and in New-Brunswick (I only heard it as a song)
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