She sings “If I Can’t Have You,” originally recorded by Yvonne Elliman, and does everything except get in Brittany’s lap by way of making it clear the song’s about the two of them. At the end, Brittany sheds a little tear of happiness.
Will, never one for letting anything just be quietly understood, says, “Incredible! And I can see where you are going with it. This was more than just a beautiful love song to Brittany. It was a powerful way to convey your dream that marriage equality will someday be a reality for everyone, and you’re off to law school to make it happen. Amazing!”
It really is amazing that he could be so wrong. “Yeah, of course I want marriage equality,” Santana says. “And Brittany will always be my girlfriend.” - Christie Keith