Marketa’s parents always kept their door open to travelers and all found a warm welcome in their home.
Three years later the family welcomed another daughter, Suzie.
She ( A Dublin-based busker and vacuum-cleaner repairman enters into a fruitful relationship with a piano playing florist in a toe-tapping "video album" directed by John Carney and featuring a cast comprised entirely of professional musicians.
She (Markéta Irglová) was a flower woman who couldn't afford to purchase a piano of her own.
The family hosted a welcoming party upon the bands arrival in their home town.
One day, after admiring the musician's songs and asking if he would take a look at her broken vacuum, the flower-pushing piano player discovers that she shares a remarkable sonic rapport with the mechanically savvy guitarist.
As their musical sensibilities quickly converge to striking effect, the talented pair soon determines to record an album together.
Right now it's only in your head But that might very well be all It's gonna take to make it come to pass But is that really what you'd like? Thoughts grow just as easily as grass As easily as weed, if you don't want it In your garden why plant the seed? And I know it's easier said than done But has there ever been a struggle You thought you wouldn't overcome?
Well, it is all in your hands And there is no one but yourself That you can blame for all that you create Maybe our actions are what counts And not all that we might think or feel or say But don't they all relate?