Hair Script - Dialogue Transcript

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Hair Script



You got all your stuff?


When you get there, be sure and call us.

- We want to know where you are. - All right.

- How are you fixed for money? - I'm okay.

You better take this 50...

in case you run into a little trouble.

You never know what's gonna happen between here and there.

Thank you.


Don't worry too much.

It's just the smart people that have to worry.

The Lord will take care of the ignorant ones.

- You paying attention? - Right.

See you.

Any person who alters...

forges, knowingly destroys...

knowingly mutilates...

or in any manner changes this certificate...

may be fined not to exceed $10,000...

or imprisoned for not more than five years...

or both.

When the moon

Is in the seventh house

And Jupiter

Aligns with Mars

Then peace

Will guide the planets

And love

Will steer the stars

This is the dawning of the Age of Aquarius

Harmony and understanding

Sympathy and trust abounding

No more falsehoods or derisions

Golden livin' dreams of visions

Mystic crystal revelation

And the mind's true liberation

Excuse me, ma'am. Could you spare some change?

That's a great hat you've got.

Can you spare a couple nickels or dimes?

Beautiful horse.

I've never ridden a horse.

Is it difficult?

Would it be possible for me to ride it a little ways?

Just once, for a minute?

Lady, could I ride--

Come on. Please?

Woof, forget it. I'll get you one for Christmas.

Spare some change?

You know, like nickels, dimes, quarters?

- You want me to give you some money? - Right.


No reason, except she's pregnant and we haven't eaten for two days.

I don't believe you.

- Where you from? - Oklahoma.

I know how it feels.

I used to come from Kansas.





Father, why do these words sound

So nasty


Can be fun

Join the holy orgy

Kama Sutra


Get the horse! Stop the horse!

Go get them!

Once upon a looking for Donna time

There was a 16-year-old virgin

Oh, Donna

Looking for my Donna

I just got back from looking for Donna

San Francisco's psychedelic urchin

Have you seen

My 16-year-old tattooed woman

Heard a story

She got busted for her beauty

And I'm gonna show her life on Earth can be sweet

Gonna lay my mutated head at her feet

I'm gonna love to make love to her

Till the sky turns brown

I'm evolving

Through the drugs

That you put down

Looking for Madonna


Man, you're a real cowboy.

Don't get off. We still got 15 minutes left. Take off.

- I got some things I gotta do. - Yeah? Like what?

I want to see the Empire State Building.

Then tomorrow, I want to go on that boat ride around Manhattan.

- You see the Statue of Liberty. - Sounds real good.

If you have any ideas about things to do while I'm here--

I don't have too much time.

I'm going in the army in a couple days.

I think we can help you.









- Alcohol, cigarettes - Claude.

Here, man.

Claude, speak to me.

Is she really pregnant?

Yeah, I am.

That's what she says.

"That's what she says." That's what she knows.

- I am. - Jeannie, you don't know anything.

- I know who the father is. - Yeah?

You know that, you know a lot.

If the baby comes out white and squishy, crying his ass off...

then we know Woof is definitely the daddy.

But if he comes out all beautiful and chocolate brown...

that's mine.

- "White and squishy"? - Yeah, man.

He come out and see your crazy black ass standing there...

he's gonna be spitting watermelon seeds in your face.

You always open up your mouth before you even think.

Look, when this baby comes out and sees me...

he's gonna be so happy and so proud.

Do you know what he'll say?


A colored spade, a nigra

A black nigger

A jungle bunny, jigaboo

Coon, pickaninny, mau-mau

Uncle Tom, Aunt Jemima

Little black Sambo

Cotton-pickin' swamp guinea

Junk man, shoe shine boy

Elevator operator

Table cleaner at Horn and Hardart

Slave, voodoo zombie

Ubangi-lipped, flat nose

Tap dancer, resident of Harlem

And President of the United States of Love

Bad shit

If you invite this man to dinner

You're gonna have to feed him

Watermelon, hominy grits and shortening bread

Alligator ribs and pig tails

With some black-eyed peas

Lord, chitterlings

Collard greens

And if you don't watch out the boogie man will get you


Yeah, I'm talkin' about y'all

So you say

Say something to boogie man.

Go on.

Boogie man.

It's his first day in America.

He just got off the boat.

Did you have a nice trip?

Manchester, England

Across the Atlantic Sea

And he's a genius

He believes in God

And he believes that God believes in Claude

That's him

Claude Hooper Bukowski

Finds that it's groovy to hide in a movie

Pretends he's Fellini and Antonioni

And also his countryman Roman Polanski

All rolled into one

I believe in God

And I believe that God believes in Claude

That's me

I'm black

I'm pink

I'm rinso white

I'm invisible

Ain't got no home Ain't got no shoes

Ain't got no money Ain't got no class

Ain't got no scarf Ain't got no gloves

Ain't got no bed Ain't got no pot

- Ain't got no faith - Look here, man.

Ain't got no mother Ain't got no culture

Ain't got no friends Ain't got no schoolin'

Ain't got no shine Ain't got no underwear

Ain't got no soap Ain't got no A-train, Ain't got no mind

Ain't got no smokes Ain't got no job, Ain't got no work

Ain't got no coins Ain't got no pennies

Ain't got no girl Ain't got no ticket

Ain't got no token Ain't got no God


Ain't got no grass Ain't got no acid

Ain't got no clothes Ain't got no pad

Ain't got no apples Ain't got no knives

Ain't got no guns Ain't got no garbage

- Ain't got no draft card - Burn it

Ain't got no Earth, Ain't got no fun Ain't got no bike, Ain't got no pimples

Ain't got no trees Ain't got no air, Ain't got no water

City, banjo, toothpicks, shoelaces teachers, football, telephone

Records, doctor brother, sister, uniforms

Machine guns, airplanes, germs, M-1s Bang, bang, bang

M-2, bang, bang, bang

Where you going?

I got a lot to do today.

Thank you.


I want to show you something.

What is it?

Just come here, please.

- What? - Look at that.

- That's the chick on the horse. - That's not her.

What do you mean? Look at it.

Short Hills.

It's real close.

- That's today? - That's right.

You want to go?


Don't you want to meet her?

Don't you have to be invited to those?

Would you like to come to a party with me?

You guys spread out. Mingle.

Sit, my dear.


- Great party, huh? - Yeah.

There's an odd-looking character over there.

And here to the right, that chap over there.

That colored gentleman over there with the girl.

See those two girls there? Do you know them?

Why don't you just unobtrusively...

see if you can find out who they are, how they got here...

who invited them, and come back and let me know.

Sure thing.

Hi, I'm Steve Wright.

- What's your name? - Hud.

Are you supposed to be here?

- I mean, who brought you guys? - Mr. Berger.

Enjoy the party.

They're with Mr. Berger.

- Mr. Berger? - Yeah.

Who's Mr. Berger?

I don't know.

Don't even suck on it if you don't want to burn your lips.

- Now? - Now start puffing on it.

- There. See? - Sheila?

Just a minute.

What's taking so long, love?

- We're smoking grass. - I'm getting dressed.

Sweetheart, come on. You have a lot of people waiting to see you.

Will you relax, Daddy?

- Hurry up. - What's going on here?

- They're getting dressed. - Open the door this minute!

- I'm taking care of it. - I can see you are.


There's no excuse for this performance.


Excuse me. Mr. Berger?

- You can call me George. - I think that it's a private party.

I think you and your friends better leave, please.

- You do? - Yes, I think that's the thing to do.

Excuse me, everybody. Everybody, please quiet down.

I think that you and you're--

I just wanted to say a few words, then we'll go.

- I don't care what you have to say. - I know. Everybody, listen.

We weren't invited to this party-- I just want to talk for a second.

- I don't care about that. - I know you don't care.

- I think you better leave. - Please, just give me two minutes.

All right?

- Please. - No, I think you better go.

I'm losing my patience. This is a private party.

-You were not invited. You better leave. -You don't understand.

- I have nothing to understand. - You have something to understand.

You don't understand what this man will be doing for you.

- I don't want to hear about it. - You should hear about it!

- You know what he's gonna do for you? - I don't care!

You should care because he's gonna be fighting for you.

He's going to Vietnam to fight for you, to save your life!

- I want you out! - You should care!

If you want me out of here, you'll have to throw me out.

That's exactly what I'm gonna do.

I won't muss myself up fussing with you.

I'll get the police if I have to.


Now, my friend, Claude, here is in love.

He saw this chick on a horse--

- Excuse me. - Jesus.

Now, let's deal with this as gentlemen.

- Quietly. - Good.

- May I give you a word of advice? - Yeah.

Get your ass out of here, now.

Is that it?

- Yes. - Thank you.

Now, listen.

Claude here is in love.

The girl he's in love with is sitting in this room.

He just wants to sit here and look at her for five minutes.

He just wants to look at her and have this picture in his head...

when he's off there fighting in the jungles.

Is that so much to ask? This is for you, man.

Wait a minute. This is what you want.

Sheila, is that okay if Claude just sits here and looks at you...

for a few minutes before we go?

You've got a hell of a nerve, young man.

I got life, mother

I got laughs, sister

I got freedom, brother

And I got good times, man

I got crazy ways, daughter

I got million-dollar charm, cousin

I got headaches and toothaches

And bad times too

Like you

I got my hair, I got my head I got my brains, I got my ears

I got my eyes I got my nose

I got my mouth I got my teeth

I got my tongue, I got my chin I got my neck, I got my tits

I got my heart, I got my soul I got my back

I got my ass

I got my arms, I got my hands I got my fingers, Got my legs

I got my feet, I got my toes I got my liver, Got my blood

- Watch out! - Oh, my God!

Got my guts Got my muscles

Lafayette Johnson.

Jeannie Ryan.

Woof Daschund.

The court is about to pronounce sentence upon each of you.

The sentence of the court:

You be confined to the workhouse for 30 days...

or pay a fine of $50.

Your Honor, I don't think you understand.

We haven't got any bread.

I'm sorry. There isn't anything I can do.

- Your Honor? - Yes, sir?

What if one of us has the money?

- Which one? - I do.

You may proceed to pay your fine.

Proceed to the clerk's office.

- Excuse me, Your Honor. - What's your name?

Wait a second. Put down George Berger.

- Bukowski. - Just one second. Claude, listen.

Let me get out of here. I'll go and get the money.

- Then I'll get everybody out. - This is my money.

I'm sorry, but my dad gave me this money in case of trouble.

- This is trouble. - Don't be stupid, man.

This is your last chance to get us out of here.

Just stop it. This is mine. I'm getting out of here.

- Don't you trust me? - Of course not.

Look, man, don't be stupid.

How will you get the bread? You don't know anybody on the streets.

He's not. He's just gonna leave us in here to rot, that's all.

- I can make some calls. - Yeah, call my mama.

You better know what you're doing.

You sure better, George.

What's that?

Excuse me. You're in our way.


You're blocking our way. Would you move, please?


Hi. Remember me?


Come on in.

We have to get to school.

Great. Just get in, will you?

What do you want?

What are you doing? Where are you going?

Jesus Christ! What do you think you're doing?

You can't drive this car! We're only covered for Dad and me.

I got a little problem. I need some bread right away.

It's $250. I need it now.

- This is all about money? - Yeah. You got any?

We really don't have any time now.

We've got to be at school. So will you just stop the car?

Just let me drive.

- What do you want me to do? - Tell him to stop.


My friends are still in jail.

You could ask your old man for the bread to get them out.

- Ask my father for the money? - Yeah.


He got us into this. At least he could get us out of it.

- He got you into this? - Yeah.

He told you to dance on the table and break all the dishes?

There's a left here at the bottom of the hill.

- I think you're really crazy. - What are you talking about?

The man got the kids in jail. We want the money to get them out.

- Coming up is a left. - It's impossible.

- Why is it impossible? - He won't even give me a credit card.

- With that house you live in? - It's coming up here!

- Two hundred and fifty dollars. - Right here!

Turn left! Right here!

Jesus! You missed it!

What did I miss, Steve?

The school. It's back there.

I'm sorry.

We'll help you, okay? We'll try to get you some money.

So you can stop the car now, and I'll drive.

- When? - Right after school.

About 4:00. We'll have it for you at 4:00.

That's my other problem, man.

- What? - You're full of shit.

You won't ask your old man for the bread, and Junior is full of shit.

What am I doing here?

- And men? - What do you mean?

Do you have any sexual attraction towards men?

- Am I a homosexual? - Yeah.

I wouldn't kick Mick Jagger out of my bed...

but I'm not a homosexual.

Can you tell me why you're so uptight about having your hair cut?

She asked me why

I'm just a hairy guy

I'm hairy, noon and night

Hair that's a fright

I'm hairy, high and low

Don't ask me why

Don't know

It's not for lack of bread

Like the Grateful Dead


Give me a head with hair Long, beautiful hair

Shining, gleaming steamin', flaxen, waxen

Give me it down to there Hair

Shoulder-length or longer

Here, baby, There, Mama Everywhere, Daddy


Grow it, Show it

Long as God can grow it My hair

Let it fly in the breeze

And get caught in the trees

Give a home to the fleas in my hair

A home for fleas

A hive for the buzzin' bees

A nest for birds There ain't no words

For the beauty, the splendor the wonder of my hair

Flow it, Show it

I want it long, straight curly, fuzzy

Snaggy, shaggy, ratty, matty oily, greasy, fleecy

Shining, gleaming, steaming

Flaxen, waxen knotted, polka-dotted

Twisted, beaded, braided

- Powdered, flowered - And confettied

- Bangled - Tangled, spangled

And spaghettied

Oh, say can you see my eyes

- If you can - Then my hair's too short

- Down to here - Down to there

Down to where it stops by itself

They'll be ga-ga at the go-go When they see me in my toga

My toga made of blond brilliantined, biblical hair

My hair like Jesus wore it

Hallelujah, I adore it

Hallelujah, Mary loved her son

Why don't my mother love me

You know, Danny's mother said Danny said to say hello.

He's in second year of dental school...

and the girl he's dating is beautiful, nice.

It's got a lot of mayonnaise, the way you like, both sides.

- Eat it. - Thanks, Mom.

- It's good. Eat it. - I will.

Give me your pants. I'll wash them.

- Why? - They're dirty.

They're fine. They're not dirty.

It'll take a minute.

The pants are fine, Ma.

What do you say, Pop?

What do you say, what?

Nothing, Ma.

- If you need money, get a job. - You talking about money?

- What do you need money for? - Nothing, I just need it.

- Who is she? - Who is who?

- The girl? - What girl?

- Who is the girl? - There's no girl.

You can tell us everything. We understand everything.

What are you talking about? I just need some money.

If you need the money, tell us the truth.

What are you talking about?

Goddamn it. Every time you come home, there's trouble.

Why don't you clean yourself up? Why don't you get a haircut?

Get a haircut, and I'll give you the money.

You'll give me the money if I get a haircut?

For Christ's sake, do something to make us happy!

- What? - Will you give me $500?

- Give me your pants! - My pants are clean!

They're clean, for Christ's sake!

How much you need?

The draft is white people...

sending black people...

to make war on the yellow people...

to defend land they stole...

from the red people!

LBJ took the IRT

Down to Fourth Street, USA

When he got there

What did he see

Tricky Dick on LSD



Come on.

Wait, Berger!

- How you doing? - How are you?

- All right. - Listen, first...

I want to apologize for Steven.

He's very young, and he really doesn't understand.

Tell me who do you love


Tell me what, man

Tell me

What did you love, man

Old-fashioned melody

Listen, I was thinking.

Would you like to get married?


- To whom? - Me.

I'm having this baby, and, if you were married...

the Army couldn't take you--

They wouldn't take you because they don't take people who are married...

and having a baby.

We're all encased in sonic armor

Beltin' it out through chrome grenades

Miles and miles of Medusan chord The electronic sonic boom

It's what's happening, baby It's where it's at, Daddy

They chain you and brainwash you when you least expect it

They feed you mass media The age is electric

I got the electric blues

Folk rock, rhythm and blues

Do you, Sheila Franklin

Take this man to be

Your lawful wedded husband

I do.

Do you, Claude Hooper Bukowski

Take this woman to be

Your lawful wedded wife

I do.

I now pronounce you man and wife

Hare Krishna



Hare Rama



Drop out

Be in

Take trips, get high Laugh, joke and good-bye

Beat drum and old tin pot

I am high on you-know-what


Beads, flowers freedom, happiness

Right there.

Are you all right?

Where you been?

Where have we been? Where have you been, man?

Watching the water.

Let me see your eyes. Let me see those.

My God, black basketballs.

Look at my face.

Look at the sky. Look at the stars.

- See the stars? - Look at that.

Everybody, a shooting star right over there.

Quick, everybody, make a wish.

Will you take me home now, please?

Why do you want to go home?

It's Claude's last night. Right?

Are we going to do something?

- Yeah, we'll do something. - Yeah.

What are you gonna do?

I don't know. It's Claude's night.

What do you want to do?

Take Sheila home.

She's all yours.

Have a good time.

- I'm just taking her home. - I know.

Have a good time anyway.

Come on, Jeannie.

Come on.

Get your pants off and come on in!

You want to go home?

- You're just taking me home, right? - Yeah.

- No, you know what I mean. - I'm just taking you home.

Because nothing's gonna happen.

No, I'll go home by myself.

No, I'll take you home.

- I don't feel like it. - Why not?

I don't have to explain everything to you...

do l?

Come on, Claude!

The water is filthy.

Listen, I'm sorry.

I didn't mean to be so--

I'm really sorry. I wasn't trying to upset you.

That's all right.

It's just sometimes I get so--

I understand.

Are you upset?

No, you are. I'm sorry. It's my fault.

- You're going away tomorrow, right? - Yeah.

So, what's the point?

You mean, if I wasn't going away, it would be different?


- I might not go. - Right.

- You expect me to believe that? - I'm serious.

Forget it. I don't believe you.

Where did everybody else go?

They're around somewhere. Jeannie's still up there.

Where are our clothes?

Where did they take them?


You guys are so mature.

Don't look at me. I didn't have anything to do with it.

Don't worry about it. They're around.


Don't go! I've got your purse! Sheila, wait!

I don't believe it, man. What happened?

What the hell did you do that for?

- It was fun, man. - Fun?

I'm really sorry.

I didn't think she'd ever pull a stunt like that.

We know where she lives. We'll give her clothes back tomorrow.

I won't be here tomorrow.

Are you still serious about that shit?

That's none of your goddamn business.

It is my goddamn business, man. What do you want?

You want to be a hero with a gun, a big macho dude in a uniform?

- Is that what you want? - I can't talk to you.

I'm standing right here. Talk to me.

I think you're ridiculous.

I am ridiculous.

I'm totally ridiculous. I'm ludicrous.

I don't want to go over there and murder women and babies.

Go ahead and be ridiculous, and I'll do what I have to do.

Who are you doing it for?

I'm doing it for you, man.

Don't hand me that.

Don't do it for me.

If the shoe was on the other foot, I wouldn't do it for you.

Give me my clothes.

How will she get home? She doesn't have her stuff. She has no bread.

You better get that stuff to her.

- Me? - Yeah.

Wasn't that what you wanted?

You're telling me I'm ridiculous?

Where do I go

Follow the river

Follow the gulls

Where is the something

Where is the someone

That tells me why I live and die

Follow the children

Follow their smiles

Is there an answer

In their sweet faces

That tells me why I live and die

Follow the wind song

Follow the thunder

Follow the neon

In young lovers' eyes

Down to the gutter

Up to the glitter

Into the city

Where the truth lies

Follow my heartbeat

Follow my hand

Where do they lead me

And will I ever

Discover why I live and die

Why do I live

Why do I die

Tell me why

Tell me where


- Woodrow, Sheldon? - Yes, sir.

Everything off, please.

Your socks.

Have you got some problem with your socks?

No, sir.

Then take them off.


Black boys are delicious

Chocolate-flavored love

Licorice lips like candy

Keep my cocoa handy

I have such a sweet tooth

When it comes to love

Once I tried a diet

Of quiet rest

No sweets

But I went nearly crazy

And I went clearly crazy

Because I really craved for

Chocolate-flavored treats

Black boys are nutritious

- Black boys fill me up - Up

Black boys are so damn yummy

They satisfy my tummy

- Black - Black

Black boys

White boys are so pretty

Skin as smooth as milk

Hair like Chinese silk

White boys give me goose bumps

White boys give me chills

When they touch my shoulder

That's the touch that kills

- My mother calls them lily - Mama says lilies

- I call them picadillies - Picadillies

- My daddy wants me to stay away - Daddy

But I say come and play

White boys are so groovy

White boys are so tough

Every time they're near me

Just can't get enough

White boys are so sexy


They're so long and lean

Love those sprayed-on trousers

I love the love machine

My brother calls them rubble

They're my kind of trouble

My daddy warns me no, no, no

But I say white boys go, go, go

White boys are so lovely

Beautiful as girls

Love to run my fingers

And toes through all their curls

Give me a tall

- A lean - A sexy

- A pretty - A groovy

A juicy white boy

Yeah, give me a white boy

- White boys - Yeah

White boys, come on and lie down beside me

Doors locked

Blinds pulled

- Lights low - Move it!

Flames high

My body

My body is walking

In space

My soul is in orbit

With God face-to-face

Floating, flipping

Flying, tripping

Tripping from Pottsville

To starlight

Tripping from starlight

To moonville

Red black, Blue brown

- Yellow crimson, Green orange - Trainee.

Purple pink

Violet white

White white

All the clouds are cumulus

Walking in space

Oh, my God, your skin is soft

I love your face

How dare they try

To end this beauty

They keep us underfoot

They bury us in soot

Pretending it's our chore

They ship us off to war

In this dive we rediscover sensation

Walking in space we find the purpose of peace

The beauty of life

You can no longer hide

Our eyes are open


How you doing?

- I'm all right. - Yeah?

Look, I've got something.

Where is he?


So, I was thinking of writing him.

- What do you think I should say? - I want to say something.

Tell him that-- I want to say that Jeannie says hi.

You're gonna write him?

Why don't you come with us?

- Where are you going? - Nevada.

We are?

Aren't you serious about anything?

I'm always serious.

When are we going?

As soon as Sheila's ready.

I can't just take off and go to Nevada.

I guess not.

- We'll see you. - Wait a minute.

- How will you get there? - Car.

- You don't have a car. - I'm gonna get a car.

- Lafayette? - How will you get a car?

What are you staring at?

And who's that?

What are you doing here? Come on.

- I said come with me. - I heard you.

I'm asking you, who is that woman?

- Are you a friend of my Lafayette? - I ain't Lafayette no more.

- Don't bother her, all right? - What have you done to your head?

Never mind. Just go on back home.

Is that his child?

- Don't be talking to her. - Is that your child?

You wouldn't understand.

What do you mean? ls that your child or isn't it?

What kind of question is that?

Maybe it is and maybe it isn't.


I knew you wouldn't understand. You don't understand anything.

I understand just fine. You explain it to me.

Do you understand about cosmic consciousness and all that shit?

That's what I'm talking about, baby.

All I'm talking about is Lafayette Junior here is your child.

I just want to know if that's your child too.

Never mind that. Come on!

- Where are we going? - I'm taking you to the bus.

- You're going back home. - I don't want to go home!

You're going back home. Understand me?

- I want to stay with you. - You can't.

- Why not? - Because you can't. I said so.

Look, we've got a friend in trouble, and we have to help him.

Baby, that's all you need to know. Why don't you just go home?

I never said you couldn't help your friends, Lafayette.

Goddamn it, woman! I ain't no Lafayette!

Shit! Don't you understand nothing?

How can people

Be so heartless

How can people

Be so cruel

Easy to be hard

Easy to be cold

How can people

Have no feelings

You know I'm hung up on you

Easy to be proud

Easy to say no

Especially people

Who care about strangers

Who care about evil

And social injustice

Do you only

Care about the bleeding crowd

How about a needing friend

I need a friend

How can they ignore their friends

Easy to give in

Easy to help out

Who say they care about

Social injustice

Hi, Steve.

Come out of the car.

- I just want to talk to you. - You want to talk? Talk.

I'd like to talk to you outside.

I don't want to talk to you.

Don't worry about a thing. I'll handle this.

- What do you want? - The keys.

Cool out, baby.

- You're taking the car? - Just for a few days.

- Coming with us? - No, I'm not going with you!

- All right. - Sheila, come on.

Out of the car. What--

I'm not into any heavy preference trip...

Iike who the father is.

I don't care. I think they're both beautiful.

Don't you?

But how can you not care about that?

If a woman carries a child, don't you think she should know who the father is?

I admit that I have this dilemma.

But it will be resolved real soon.

It's not like a big crisis or anything. It's not like a world war.

I don't know what you're so uptight about.

I fell in love with someone.

We had a child, and we were gonna get married.

That's why I'm uptight.

- Yeah? - And you're holding it up!

I'm not holding it up.

You don't see the way it is.

This is really a great thing that's happened to all of us.

Everybody's really happy about it. The guys are really happy.

I think it would be great if you could be happy about it too.

- You're crazy. - Yeah, I'm crazy.

We're all crazy. Let's shake on it.

Let's not.

Come on.

If all you men could be standing where I'm standing...

and seeing what I'm seeing...

you'd know how it feels to be truly proud of our country.

The United States Army...

is the greatest fighting force in the world.

And now, you men...

are going to be thousands of miles away from home in a few days.

You'd better take some of that greatness with you.

And this afternoon, while you're on leave...

you'd better take some of it with you too.


Shut the damn thing off!

Ripped open

By metal explosion

Caught in barbed wire fireball

Bullet shock


- Electricity - What do I turn off?

Move out!

- Electronic - Attention!



Black uniforms

- Company! - Attention!

Mail order


Get some results!

Two hundred

And fifty-six



Prisoners in Niggertown

It's a dirty little war

Three, five, zero, zero

Take weapons up

And begin to kill

Watch the long, long armies drifting home

Everybody out!

- Company! - Attention!

Now can all you men hear me?

Good morning, starshine

The Earth says hello

You twinkle above us

We twinkle below

You lead us along

My love and me as we sing

Our early morning singing song

Singing a song Humming a song

Loving a song Laughing a song

Sing a song Song a sing

Song, song, song Sing, sing, sing, sing, song

- Hi. - What can I do for you?

We're going in.

There's no civilian contact allowed on the base right now. We're on alert.

We're not civilians. We're friends of a guy on the base.

You probably know him. He's a private.

- I don't know him. - Really nice guy with blonde hair.

- He's short. - I don't know him...

but you'll still have to turn your vehicle around and go off post.

If you need some help, I'll be glad to assist you.

Otherwise, back your vehicle up and turn it around.

Listen, we don't want to make any trouble.

- Turn around and you won't. - Just let me make a phone call.

You don't make it here. You make it where I tell you to go.

You just said you wanted to give me some assistance.

I'll help you turn around. That's all.

- You don't understand-- - Chief, this is it.

Turn around and go. We clear?

- You get my drift? - You don't understand, man.

- You don't understand. - We've driven five days straight!

- Listen, my man-- - I just want to see my friend.

I'm telling you to get the hell off my post.

Turn around and go that way. That's what I'm telling you.

You listen to me. I'm not listening to you. Got that?

Thank you. Have a nice day.

- What's your name? - George.

- What's yours? - Sheila.


- Is your husband on base? - I'm not married.

I'm visiting my brother.

Wait a minute.

Okay, this time I'll do it.

That was a good one. Let me do that again.

I'll blow one, and then you blow one...

and see if they can, you know--

You blow one through one of mine.

Very good.

Where is your car?

Right over there.

God Almighty.

Let's pull over there.

Let's stop here. Company, halt.

- Dismissed. - "Dismissed"?

You cutie-pie!

Come here, my cutie!

That's my hat!

What are you doing?

Hey, baby!

How do I look?

Very authentic.


- Yes, Sergeant. - Let's move it out.

Double-time, soldier.

- Sir? - In the car, soldier!

- Are you an asshole, soldier? - No, Sergeant.

That's too bad, because I am.

How you doing, man?

I want to be an Air Force major

I want to live a life of danger

- Stay in the car. - What are you doing?

- Get in the trunk. - What?

- Get in the trunk quick. - Why?

Everybody's waiting. We have a big picnic planned for you in the desert.

- Come on, get in. - The base is on alert.

They're taking head counts all the time. If I'm not here, I've had it.

It's just for a couple of hours. I'll have you back in time for dinner.

- I can't. - What do you mean?

We just drove 2,000 miles to see you. Everybody is waiting.

Just trust me. I have it all figured out.

You're making it sound like I don't want to come.

Then come. Get in the trunk.

I can't believe you're here.

I just can't believe it. Traveling all that way?

I appreciate your coming here.

I can't tell you.

Don't tell me, just come with us. Just get in the trunk.

You don't understand. This isn't a game.

What will I tell everybody?

- Did Sheila come? - Yeah.

- And Jeannie? - Everybody is there, man.

How is Sheila?

What are you doing?

Give me your clothes.


At ease!

Sound off when your name is called.

Here, sir.

Give me your attention, men.

I just received word we've been alerted for overseas movement.

I want you to secure your web gear, get your duffle bags packed...

and get on this red line.

Sergeant, you have three minutes to have these men ready.

Let's go, men. Move with a purpose.

Let's get it all quickly.

Let's snap to it like you got a pair.

Let's go. Move it, quickly.

Get on the red line. Get your duffle bag packed.

Let's go over there.

What the hell's wrong with you, soldier?

Didn't you hear what the captain said?

Get your helmet liner! Get your pistol belt!

Get it right now! Let's move like you got a purpose!

Get the doggone coat on! Quickly! Let's go! Move it!

I don't know what's the matter with you. You act like you don't want to go.

I don't want to go, but if you have to go, I have to go. We all have to go.

So let's move it right now!

Let's get on the red line. Let's go.

What are you waiting on?

Get that web gear on! I want that brain bucket on your head!

I want that duffle bag on the red line! Soldier, there's a war on!

Listen up!

When I call your name, sound off smartly and move out!

Yes, sir!

You better get your head out of your ass! Let's go!

This way, soldier! Move out!

You better move, soldier!

Where are you going!

What's the matter with you? I said put your duffle bag on that truck!

The vehicle right there! Get it on there now!

We starve look

At one another

Short of breath

Walking proudly in our winter coats

Wearing smells from laboratories

Facing a dying nation

Of moving paper fantasies

Listening for the new-told lies

With supreme visions

Of lonely tunes


Inside something there is

A rush of

Greatness Who knows what stands in front of

Our lives I fashion my future

On films in space

Silence tells me secretly


Singing our space songs

On a spider web sitar

Life is around you and in you

Answer for Timothy Leary


Let the sun shine

Let the sun shine in

Why don't you let the sun shine

Just let the sun shine in

You ought to let the sun shine in


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