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0 The Message Monthly -- for Catholics of Southwestern Indiana Entertainment November On the Record By CHARLIE MARTIN CNS Columnist WHERE YOU GAIN' NOW? face in the mirror/And you close your eyes/Much easier to turn aww,/Than to take a look inside/So you're thinkin it's over/Walking away/Let your Utile world cr sh and burn/Oh what a price to payJDidn't anybody tell you/It's not who's right and wrong?htold the line Is this what's going on? REFRAIN: Where you gain' now/When your world's turned inside out?/lsn't love what it's all about?/Where you gain' now/When you get to the top of the hill?/Gonna be there, yes I will. There's a crack in the mirror/There's a hole in the sun/Full moon in the midnight sky/And you feel like you want to run/So you blow out the candle/And you turn out the light/Then you stumble into darknessJDo you believe that love is blind?/Didn't anybody tell you/It's never too late to try?/Hold the line/Before you say good- bye. [REPEAT REFRAIN) I'm not talking about/What's good for me/And I'm not saying/How you ought to be/But if there is a message/Shining on through to you/Take a ofmind/.and let that love light anybody tell you/It's never too late the line/Before you say goodbye. Learn from the patterns in your relationships (REPEAT REFRAIN) Written by Tommy Shaw, lack Blades and Ted Nugent Sung by Damn Yankees Copyright {c) 1992 by Ranch Rock Music I haven't been much of a fan of the Damn Yankees. Yet, I really like the acoustic guitar sound on their latest release "Where you Gain' Now?" The cassingle is off their recent release "Don't Tread." In the song, the girl becomes disillusioned with love. Apparently she is leaving a relation- ship, one that the guy wants to keep. He challenges her to look inside herself and consider why she is making this choice. She is used to "walking away," it being "much easier to turn away than to take a look inside." He promises to support her as she reflects about the decision, saying that he will be there when she gets "to the top of the hill." I llke the song's emnhasis on examining one's patterns in I ;mnonsmps, The girl does need to understand how fleeing from problems and conflicts affects her and others. As for the guy, he promises not just to focus on "what's good for me." Neither is he trying to tell her" how you ought to be." Rather, his chal- lenge seems to come from a genuine concern for someone who is losing something valuable from her life. While we seldom realize it. most follow patterns in relationshi going from one relationship necessarily lead to finding the right person more happiness. All of us can be hel advice to look at the "face in the mirror." Instead of blaming the other person for lems, look at what you are doing to set up uation. This is especially true if one keep riencing similar difficulties in relationshi For example, if you find people with you, saying you want too much in the tionship, perhaps you easily become too tionally dependent. When this happens, the other feels smothered by your needs. By recognizing this pattern, you take more responsibility for yourself. change both your overt and less direct manipulate others into taking care of you, Relationships are great learning labs. offer us the chance to face ourselves and ways for change and growth, Indeed, there are times when walk away from a relationship. do this. look carefully at what you about yourself. (Your comments are always Please address: Charlie Martin, RR 3, Rockport, IN 47635.) III II II II : Mater Dei presents 'God's Favorite' at St. Ben's Nov. 12-15 Amanda Macke, Aaron Couture, Lynn Batema and lared Hobgood rehearse their roles in Mater Dei's student production "God's Favorite." Nell Simon's play, "God's Favorite," will be presented by Mater Dei High School, Evansville, lqov. 12-15 at St. Benedict Auditorium. The comedy is a "modern day retelling of the Old Tes- tament story of Job," said Jayne Hobgood, drama coach. "It's set in Long Island and it is the story of Joe Benjamin. It is the story of what happens to him when God allows Satan to visit trials and tribulations on him to test his faith." Cast members include Brett Reidford,/erod Hobgood, Amanda Macke, Gregg Purcell, Aaron Couture, Lynn Batema, Joe Greulich and Erin Martin. Jennifer Martin is the stage manager. The play will be presented Nov; 12, 13 and 14 at 8 p.m. and Nov. 15 at2 p.m. All performances will be held at St. Benedict School Auditorium, 530 S. Harlan Ave., Evansville. Tickets are $4 for adults and $3 for students. For reservations, call 426-2258. J III ]1 I I . I I I Miller & Miller Colonial Chapel Supports the Knights of St. John MEMBERS Bernie Miller Gerald Miller Jon Miller Greg Betz Darren Sroufe III III I I II Memorial's student production is 'Mother H "Mother Hicks " a play written bv Suzan Zeder, will be performed Nov. 19- 22 at Memorial High School, Evansville. The play, which is set in southern Illi- nois during the Depression, is about thre outsiders: a foundling girl, a deaf boy and an eccentric recluse. The story, told with poetry and sign language, chronicles the journeys of these three as they find themselves and one another during troubled times. The Nov. 21 performance will be signed in its entirety "so the deaf people in the Evansville area can also enjoy live theatre," said Candy Roscoe, drama di- rector. Brad Bueltel, president of the Deaf Ministry at Nativity Church, Evansville, has taught the cast members to sign the language of the deaf. Cast members include Mike Kessler, Brad Bueltel teaches Mike Kessler si guage in preparation for Memorial School's student production of"Motberl [licks." Jill Soltvsiak, Angie Evans, Maria Peter, Eric Titzer, Ryan Brownlee, Kate Buckman, Tricia Jolmson, Paul Morrison, John Walk and Eric Beane. Steve Akins, Tracy Beckham, Tim Bosler, Ellen Donofrio, Virginia Imbler, Jar- rod Malone, Barbara Townsend and Greg Waddy are members of the chorus. The play will be presented Nov. 19, 20 and 21 at 7:30 p.m. On Nov. 22, there will be matinee at 2 p.m. Tickets are $6 for adults and $4 for students. One dollar from e sale is being donated to Nativity's Deaf Ministry. INSURANCE AGENCY 464-5993 DENNIS K. FELDHAUS JAMES A. NIEMEIER Mater Dei Class of '70 GEORGE P. HELFRICH Mater Dei Class of '69 Mater Dei Class of '69  "'We support Catholic Education"