So I am absurdly pleased with myself. I recently revisited John Walker’s brilliant documentary Quebec Mon Pays. You’ll remember that I raved about it back in 2016? When it appeared? Yeah, right. This time around, I was taken with the tune that victorious Pequistes sang in celebration of the 1976 election of the Parti Quebecois, which was led by Rene Levesque. The hymn-like song took over my head and, though I found it familiar, I could not identify it. I went onto a couple of listservs and asked if anyone had any ideas. People suggested a few tunes and a quasi-consensus emerged that it was probably Mon Pays, the Gilles Vigneault classic. Trouble is, I know that song well . . . and I didn’t think that was it. Fortunately, I had bought a DVD of the film . . . and so I went back into it and found the moment. This time, I caught a snatch of lyric. Given Cyberspace, that was all it took. And the song is . . . DRUM ROLL PLEASE . . . Demain Nous Appartient. When they slow the tempo and launch into the chorus? A partir d’aujourd’hui . . . Demain nous appartient . . . . Wow! The songwriter is Stephane Venne, an old pal of Denys Arcand. OK, the politics don’t work for me. But give a listen. What an anthem!