“We have the song ‘Ce qui sont nous aussi’ (It is not my fault that we have such a small place),” said Jodi Roddenberry in “Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind.”
But a few years ago, her voice lost its power as a pitch to match her voice.
“I have to work harder to hear it,” she told the New York Times.
So instead of “crococo” and “roccoco,” her new name is “Ce si l’overture du roccoco” (it is not our fault that the sun is so far away).
Roddie was a vocalist for the late singer-songwriter, Jean-Paul Sartre.
Her daughter, Dolly Roddier, will now sing for singer-producer David Bowie, who recently celebrated his 30th birthday.
The “Ceci-Loretta” singer will sing the theme song to the upcoming Star Wars: Episode VII.
“She will be the first to tell you, she’s very different from the other singer-singer-songwriters,” said Dolly.
The two-time Oscar winner will sing an iconic song for the first time, titled “The Star Wars Theme,” from “The Empire Strikes Back.”
The song is about Luke Skywalker’s mission to get a new suit for Princess Leia and the other rebels.
She will also be singing the song for “Return of the Jedi.”
The new name will come just a few weeks after she recorded her first album, “Bold and Beautiful,” which was released on the same day as “The Force Awakens.”
She also plans to sing the song to “Star Wars: The Last Jedi.”
“I was really looking forward to writing that song,” Roddies daughter, who was born to her sister, said.
“It was so exciting to get to sing it with my father and be part of it.”