Washington (AP) -- It's a familiar ending for a hit HBO show, and now it's also a new beginning for Hillary Clinton's presidential campaign.
Tuesday, Clinton's campaign unveiled a new campaign song with a web video that spoofs the final scene of the popular television series "The Sopranos."
It features Clinton and her husband, along with a diner, a jukebox and a nostalgic song. As they browse through the songs, their daughter, Chelsea, is outside trying to parallel-park.
And it ends with a cut to black.
The video and the announcement of Celine Dion's "You and I" as the official Clinton tune cap a monthlong, interactive internet campaign. More than a million viewers were attracted to the Clinton campaign web site and YouTube, the online video display room.
After the video cuts to black, you can click to hear Dion's song. A new page then pops up with the word "contribute" standing out against a red background.
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