Life Less Ordinary Script - Dialogue Transcript

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Life Less Ordinary Script


MAN: So, here's the deal.


We are in the garden, right?


And everything is great.


And there's this tree.


And the man says, "Ooh, see that tree?


"Don't eat the fruit of that tree.


"That apple you do not eat."


He goes inside, names some animals--


maybe takes a dump.


Anyway,what does she do?


She eats the apple!


I can't believe what I'm seeing!


He says, "Don't eat it!" She eats it!


-Unbelievable! -[Siren]


Since then, men,women-- I don't know.


It's all going wrong!




So exciting


Whenever you're near


I hear a symphony


A tender melody


Pulling me closer


Closer to your arms


Then suddenly


Your lips are touching mine


Afeeling so divine


Till I leave the past behind


I'm lost in a world


Of make-believe


Whenever you're near


I hear a symphony...


GABRIEL: Divorce.


Miserable marriage.


Wedding canceled.




Divorced again.




Irreconcilable sexual disharmony!


Dysfunctional marriage!


Divorce! Divorce!


Divorce! Divorce! Divorce! Divorce!




Talk to me.


We had a bad run.


O'REILLY: Things have changed down there.


Men and women aren't like they used to be.


GABRIEL: Well,things are changing up here as well.


I'm getting pressure from above...


if you know what I mean, for results!


For men and women to be bonded in eternal bliss.


In the meantime, I've been instructed to introduce...


new incentive schemes for our leading operatives.


Leading operatives, huh?


That's you.


O'REILLY: Skip the flattery, Gabriel. Where's the beef?


It's a hard case to crack.


I have full confidence you can do it.


If you don't...


you don't come back.




No way.


That's the new incentive scheme.


Your mission is to unite man and woman...


blah, blah, blah, blah, OK?


When you're done...


you come back.


If youfail...


you stay down there forever.


You are not serious.


GABRIEL: Liberatum mani.


It's out of my hands.


[Distant siren]




This perfect working order


I'd rather sink than swim


If I can't walk on water


Let the scandal in


This perfect world disorder


I'd rather drown than swim


I can't walk on water


This taste of dilution


Velvet divorce


I get bored


Velvet divorce


I get bored


Velvet divorce


Velvet divorce


I get bored


ROBERT: She's the secret daughter...


of Marilyn Monroe and John F. Kennedy, right?


I mean,that's why Marilyn was murdered.


So,the young girl grows up in an orphanage...


unaware of her incredible parentage.


Years go by.


She's beautiful.


She's smart.


She's successful, OK?


MAN ON RIGHT: Then what?


ROBERT: Well,then...


Then she gets sent to London as U.S. ambassador.


MAN ON LEFT: Where she discovers who she is...


and also unravels the secret of the Nazi gold...


hidden underneath the embassy.


ROBERT: Uh,yeah.


MAN ON RIGHT: It's kind of obvious, Robert.


Of course it's obvious, guys. It's a trash novel.


You buy it in the airport, you take it on holiday.


Oh, Ms. Gesteten.


Nice to see you down here.


I'd love to stay and talk, but, um,you know how things--


ELLIOT: Nice trick, Celine.


-Want to try your luck? -With the gun?


CELINE: With the fruit.


ELLIOT: I don't have time for games.


CELINE: If you're afraid, why don't you just say so?


ELLIOT: Celine, last night, we discussed a certain proposal.


And I said no, because you cheat, Elliot.




So I'm flirtatious.


It's in my nature.


But I want you to think again.


Do you know how difficult it is for a woman to find...


a good husband in this town?


Let alone a good dentist.




I'm serious.




You're telling us we're gonna be replaced by robots?


That robots will get down on their robot hands and knees...


and clean the dust out of every office in this building?


I think not, Ms. Gesteten.


At least the robot won't spend its time writing a trash novel.


Not even a very good trash novel, as I understand it.


[Man on right whistling]


Oh, I see. This is personal.


This has nothing to do with me, Robert.


This comes rightfrom the top-- from Mr. Naville himself.


Perhaps it's time I spoke to this Mr. Naville guy.


GESTETEN: It's too late.


You're fired.


CELINE: You ready?


ELLIOT: Mm-hmm.


CELINE: Now, if you move...


the offer's canceled.






-Wait, Celine-- -Don't speak.


Do you think this is wise?


Puts me off.








[Body falls]


ELLIOT: Aah! Aah! Aah!


CELINE: Mayhew...


[Robert screaming]


Would you call a doctor?


It would be a pleasure, madam.


LILY: What are you doing here this time of day?


Hi, Lily.


Well? Answer me.


Lily, I--I gotfired.


They replaced me with a robot.


I know how they feel.




Look, I've been meaning to tell you this...


for a while now, and...


seems like a good a time as any.




I'm leaving you.


You're leaving? What are you talking about?


LILY: His name is Ryan. He teaches aerobics.


We're in love. We're moving to Miami.


ROBERT: How can you do this? At a time like this!


LILY: I want a man, not a dreamer.


I don't know what to say. We could talk about this.


I'll get another job. We'll sort everything out.


LILY: Sorry...


but as of tonight...


you're going home alone.






LILY: I'm leaving you.


GESTETEN: You're fired.


MAN: It's kind of obvious, Robert.


LILY: He teaches aerobics.


We're in love.


We're moving to Miami.




[Knock on door]




[Knock on door]




[Pounding on door]




JACKSON: Mr. Robert Lewis?


ROBERT: Yeah,that's me.


My name is Jackson.


This is my associate Ms. O'Reilly.


We're from the Firm But Fair Eviction & Collection Agency.


I have a list of certain items we're empowered to collect...


underfederal and state law...


in lieu of unpaid debts.


Furthermore,we are contracted to serve upon you...


notice of eviction from these here premises, uh,forthwith.


ROBERT: I beg your pardon?


O'REILLY: We can do this with violence or without.


It's up to you.


The client pays our medical bills, but not yours.




Oh,without, please.


JACKSON: [Whispering] Good choice.


MAN: OK, let's go.


SECOND MAN: All right.


[Engine starts]


NAVILLE: Cannot believe this.




Do you have any idea...


how difficult it is to find a good husband in this town?




Or a good dentist, come to that?


[Horns honk]


NAVILLE: Playing this sort of game...


you have disgraced yourself once again.


You caught him through the frontal lobe...


so apparently he'll live.


But he'll never practice orthodontics again...


that's for sure.


WOMAN ON P.A.: Mr. Schneider, call extension    .


Mr. Schneider,   .


My main fear is you're going to end up like your mother...


who long ago found her own natural level in society.


That is to say she scuttles along the bottom.


CELINE: Her biggest problem was marrying a man like you--


a mistake I have taken great care to avoid.




are gonna go to work, my girl.




[Elevator rings]


NAVILLE: You have spent a quarter of a century...


watching the tide go in and out...


butfrom tomorrow, you are going to work...


here, under my supervision.


You're gonna learn the essence of business...


about money and how itflows relentlessly back...


towards he who owns it.


How to generate a profitfrom a loss...


a loss from a profit. You are gonna work.


[Elevator bell dings]


NAVILLE: This may not strike you as very palatable.


ROBOT: Seven...


NAVILLE: It may make you want to vomit.


NAVILLE: But you will get used to the taste.


And pretty soon, you'll be spooning it down...


and askingfor more like all the other kids.


[Door opens]


ROBOT: Eleven...


ROBERT: Mr. Naville, I presume?


ROBOT: Eleven...


ROBERT: You think you can replace me with a robot?


ROBOT: Eleven...


ROBERT: Well, get this!


ROBOT: Eleven...




ROBOT: Twelve...






ROBOT: Fourteen...




Nobody fucking move!


Nobody fucking move!


Aah! Aah!


Aah! Aah!


ROBERT: Everyone on the floor!






ROBOT: Four,five...




[Slurred] seven...


Now, I want my job back!


I want what I had before, Mr. Naville!


I'm gonna count to five.


If you don't oblige me, I'm gonna kill you.












-Five! -[Gunshot]




-Ow! -Ow!


-What did you say thatfor? -Five comes directly afterfour.


ROBERT: I know that!


CELINE: I thought you had a problem.


It's nothing to be ashamed of.


Without access to a proper education--


-Shut up! -I was just trying to help.


I don't need any help.


NAVILLE: You'll die for this, I swear to God.


-I'm sorry. No. -You could shoot him again.


CELINE: In the head this time. I'll count to five.


Shut up!


Who are you, anyway?




CELINE: I'm his daughter.




[People talking, laughing]


MAN: This kid's got a gun.


Hey, cool it.


MAN: Take it easy, pal. Chill out.


ROBERT: Drive!


Will you just drive?!


CELINE: I can't.


-What? -I don't know how.


-You don't know how to drive? -I never learned.


-Why not?! -I didn't need to!


Well,you do now!


This one makes it go faster, that one slower.


This is forwards, that's backwards.


The rest you can pick up as we go along.




CELINE: Where are we going?


ROBERT: Never mind that. Just drive more carefully.


CELINE: He cut in on me.


ROBERT: Mirror, signal, maneuver.




ROBERT: You say nothing, OK?


WALT: Afternoon, ma'am. Afternoon, sir.


My name's Walt.


I'm here to help you any way I can during your visit...


be it short or long...


and whether it is purely for refueling purposes...


orfor the use of our extensive washroom and retailfacilities.


-Is this a gas station,Walt? -It sure is, sir.


Then fill it up with gas and cut the crap.


The guy was just doing his job.


You know, he was just trying to be helpful.


You're in a lot of trouble, you know?


My father's gonna have you killed.


Do you realize that?


Torturedfirst, naturally.


Then he's gonna have you killed.


ROBERT: And what if I let you go?


CELINE: I don't know. What do you think?


Think he's just gonna forgive you?


Wait a minute.


Why would I ask him to forgive me?


Yourfather treated me like a piece of shit...


like I was nobody...


just because I was a cleaner-- like I was disposable.


WALT: Ahem.


Well,that's the tank full, sir.


Thank you,Walt.


That's for you,Walt.


You're a man,Walt.


Not a slave, not a machine.


Don't let anyone ever treat you otherwise.


Go on.


[Starts engine]


[Window squeaking]


CELINE: It's empty.


[Glass breaks]


ROBERT: Let's get this clear.


I'm not gonna hurt you...


but I am the kidnapper, and you are the--


CELINE: Victim.


That's just the way it is.


It's OK. I've been through this before.


Kidnapped before?


Yeah. I was twelve.


-God,that's terrible. -It was a long time ago.


ROBERT: how am I doing?


In the kidnap?




So far, you're not doing too bad.


Thank you.


Anyway, I'm just tying you up so you can't escape in the night.


CELINE: I know that.


ROBERT: Because, of course,you would.


CELINE: Are you gonna try to have sex with me?




Isn't that what you brought me up here for?


No, it's not.


CELINE: It didn't even cross your mind?


No. Well--No.


Do you have a problem with sex?




CELINE: So you're justfrightened of it?




-Nervous,then? -I'm not nervous.


-Then calm down. -I'm perfectly calm.


ROBERT: I'm just trying to explain...


that there's no sexual motives for my actions.


CELINE: I'm glad we got that cleared up.


So,what did they do next?


They put a needle in my arm and took a pint of blood...


and sent it to my father.


The next week they did the same...


and the same the next week till he paid up.


He waited six weeks.


That's what happens to the victim.


ROBERT SINGING: Around our way


The sun shines bright


Around our way


The birds singfor ya


'Cause they already know ya


[Pages turning]


Enjoying the book?




ROBERT: What's it about?


It's a romance.


This girl meets this guy.


They fall in love.


It's bullshit.


ROBERT: I'm writing a novel myself.


A lot of people say that, but in my case, it's true.


I'm not interested...


in you or your novel...


or any other pathetic ambition you have...


to change your miserable, mundane existence.


ROBERT: Do you want some exercise?




ROBERT: You can't say no. It's not part of the arrangement.


-I want to read my book. -You said it was bullshit.


Doesn't mean I'm not enjoying it.


-You just said you weren't! -A girl can change her mind.


O'REILLY: "She heard his breathing become shallow...


"and a flicker of a smile chased across her lips...


"as she meditated on the power she now held over him.


"'Are you sure you want to catch thatflight?'


"she asked."


JACKSON: Do you think they're in love yet?




JACKSON: If they are in love, we can go home.


THE SHIRELLES SINGING: Tonight,you're mine


JACKSON: I hate it down here.


I hate the air and I hate the food...


and I hate the plumbing.


O'REILLY: "She pulled him closer, unable to stop."


JACKSON: I ache...all over.


"This, indeed, was perfect love."


JACKSON: I sweat in the heat and ache in the cold.




THE SHIRELLES: But will you love me tomorrow?


Why can't we stay someplace decent?


Budget doesn't cover that.


Exactly. Why not?


You know those mysterious ways you keep hearing about,Jackson?




Well,this is one of them.


"...cold, gloating gaze, she let her hand droop down...


"towards the bulge of his passion."


I remember the good old days.


O'REILLY: "She heard his breathing become shallow."


All you had to do was introduce a man and a woman.


Nature did the rest.


O'REILLY: "She gasped..."


ROBERT: Aah! Fuck!


O'REILLY: "with surprise and delight."


Doesn't work like that anymore.


O'REILLY: "All of her soul erupted between her thighs...


"as she sensed the firm, exploratory pressure...


"of his warm flesh."


JACKSON: Men and women-- it's all gone to shit.


Sure has.


"In the hidden recess of her pelvis...


"their bodies fused into one writhing mass...


of torrid,torrid sexual..."


THE SHIRELLES: When the night


Meets the morning sun


[Robert coughs]


THE SHIRELLES: I'd like to know


That your love


Is a love I can


Be sure of


So tell me now




THE SHIRELLES: And I won't ask again




THE SHIRELLES: Will you still love me tomorrow?




Aren't you hungry?


CELINE: I don't eat red meat.


ROBERT: Well,you could eat the vegetables.


CELINE: They're on the same plate.




I'm not gonna eat this.


Do you eatfish and poultry?




But not red meat?


No. Or eggs, unless I know they're free-range.


Then why didn't you tell me you don't like meat?


Because you didn't ask!


And I do like meat. I just don't eat it.


Moral reasons, if you must know.


If you had taken the time to inquire--


ROBERT: Why are you such a pain to be with?


Because you tied me to a chair all night!


Because I am the victim...


and you are the kidnapper, apparently!


Meaning exactly what?


"Kidnap For Beginners"-- chapter one--


have you even asked for a ransom yet?


[Fly buzzing]


[Dialing telephone number]


Don't say a word until I tell you.


[Telephone ringing]


Hello. Mr. Naville?


It--it's me.


Now, I want my--




The kidnapper!


Right. Now,what I want--


It's not like that.


That's unfair now. I would not--




What are you doing?


CELINE: No,what are you doing?


ROBERT: I'm negotiating with yourfather.


-Did you get very far? -Well, he kept interrupting.


-Right. -Wouldn't let me finish.


Remember what they didn't teach you...


at Harvard Business School, OK?


I didn't go to Harvard Business School.


It's a figure of speech, Robert.






CELINE: Negotiation is a weakness.


You are the kidnapper.


You demand, and he complies.


You go in hard, and you go in fast.


-Hard andfast. -Right.


I'm you.


You grasp that?




Pretend it's ringing. You psych yourself up.


Go to your dark side.


OK. He answers.


All right,you motherfucker, I've got your daughter here.


I'm sending her back in pieces if I don't get what I want.


I'm gonna pull herfingers out with pliers...


and then I'm gonna fry them up for breakfast, understand?


And so on and so on like that, OK?


For no longer than thirty seconds.




[Beck's "Deadweight" playing in background]


[Telephone ringing]


Hello there. Mr. Naville? Now--


Right,you asshole, I've got your daughter here...


and I'm gonna cut her up...


and post her home to you in boxes! Small boxes!


[Telephone ringing]


Right, daughter, I've got your asshole here...


and I'm gonna send--


Right! Right!


No, I can't speak to anyone! I need to speak to him!




Yeah, I can hold.


Right, listen,you asshole, I've got your daughter here...


and I'm gonna send her back in pieces unless--


Oh, I'm sorry, madam.


No, I must've dialed the wrong number.


No, I haven't got your daughter here.


I have someone else's.


No,we're not married.


Yes, I've read the same thing.


It's very hard to find suitable young men these days.


Well, I'm sure your daughter's very nice.


In principle, I've got no objections to meeting her--


What is the problem?


I think you should just send a letter.


NAVILLE: Done this kind of work before?


O'REILLY: We do everything.


Eviction and debt collection are our daily bread...


but personal retrieval, bounty hunting--


you name it,we do it.


NAVILLE: How much?


Ourfee for the recovery of your daughter is...


one hundred thousand dollars.


That's a lot of money.


Five thousand advance.


The rest is cash on delivery. No daughter, no dough.


Naturally, we operate a sliding scale...


whereby if we only bring back part of your daughter...


we only get part of the money.


That's enough,Jackson.


If he's cut her ears off, and we can'tfind them...


we'll knock a couple thousand off the tariff.


More for a limb, obviously.


O'REILLY: Jackson.




O'REILLY: Mr. Naville, I don't think you need to worry.


My partner is simply envisaging a worst-case scenario.


What about the kidnapper?


You want him,too?


That's extra.


What if he gets in the way?


We'll deal with that situation if it arises.


What if I want him to get in the way?


Let us speak plainly, Mr. Naville.


You want we should kill him?




JACKSON: [Snaps fingers] Uh...


Sir, I must say--


No one's asking you, Mayhew.


Very good, sir.


I am not gonna kill anyone.


If we don't get this job, someone else will.


-Two hundred thousand dollars. -Including expenses?


O'REILLY: Including all expenses...


except medical costs...


for which you acceptfull and unlimited responsibility.


NAVILLE: Only for the duration of the contract.


-Naturally. -It's a deal.


[Creaking noise]


[Knock on door]


[Knock knock knock]


TOD: Good afternoon.




TOD: I'm Tod Johnson.


I live up the hill.


ROBERT: That's nice.


TOD: I see most things from up there.


Saw you arrive.


Big car, middle of the night.


ROBERT: Right.


TOD: Wondered "Who's that?"


ROBERT: Perfectly natural question.


TOD: So I asked Felix.


ROBERT: Felix?


TOD: Felix is my friend.


He hasn't been the same since the war.


ROBERT: Of course.


TOD: I asked him. I said, "Felix,tell me...


"are they good, or are they evil?"


One bark for good,two for evil.


Felix is a dog?


Do you think that I would talk to a dog?


Do you think I would ask a dog...


whether or not you're good or evil?


What do you think I am...


some kind of a crazy backwoods lunatic...


with a barn full of human skulls...


and a scythe that I sharpen every day...


in readiness for Armageddon?


No. I'm sure you're a regular guy.


Right! I'm regular! I am a regular man.


I want...


That's not the point! The point is,who are you?!


Who are you?!


Well, I'm...


We're newlyweds.


Are you coming back to bed soon, darling?


ROBERT: This is Mr. Johnson, dear.




TOD: Pleased to meet you, ma'am.


You can call me Lucille.


TOD: My pleasure, Lucille.


[Kissing repeatedly]


CELINE: You're not from the newspapers, are you?


I live up the hill.


CELINE: Oh, good. You can't tell the newspapers we're here.


They never leave us alone, on account of Ritchie.




CELINE: You recognize Ritchie, don't you?


Ritchie Vanderlow?


Six gold albums...


three platinum.


Fourteen consecutive top-ten singles.


Largest-selling artist worldwide...


for the last twelve months?


Ritchie Vanderlow!


TOD: You have got to understand, ma'am...


I watch mainly the biblical channels.


It's OK.


We were married in secret...


in a castle in Scotland.


That's in England.


Near Paris?


[Speaking French] Paris.




It was so romantic.


We stayed there for our honeymoon...


but it wasn't long enough...


so we came here for the sake of a little privacy.


Mmm. I see.


Would you like to come in...


Mr. Johnson?


No, I better be on my way.


I have to feed Felix.






it was a pleasure to meet you, Mr. Johnson.


See you around.


I'll catch you later then, Mr. Johnson.


Take care, Ritchie.






The ransom note.


-Right. Anonymous. -Yeah.




my father knows who you are.


Oh, I never thought of that.


You are the worst kidnapper I've ever met.


ROBERT: Oh, and that's all I am to you, isn't it?


The latest kidnapper!


A lifestyle accessory.


And if it doesn't work, it doesn't matter...


'cause you can always get another one.


Quit being so melodramatic.


I'm trying to do my best here...


under really difficult circumstances!


It's not made any easier...


by you criticizing everything I do!


-How much you askingfor? -Half a million.


-Dollars? -Yes.


-U.S. Dollars? -Is there a problem?


Half a million dollars isn't a lot of money for me!


It's not meant to reflect you as an individual.


If word got out I was liberated for half a million...


I could never show my face in polite society again.


Diamonds have no value except that which is placed upon them.


It's more complicated than I thought!


OK, don't worry...


all right?


You're trying hard.


You're keen to learn. That's important.


Let's just not lose sight of the fact...


that we have the opportunity...


to make millions of dollars here.




Yes, Robert.


You and me.


Is that not a little irregular?


Yes, it is.




Please, dad, just give him the money!


[Sobbing] He's gonna kill me, daddy!


Please! Just put it in the trunk of the car...


two miles south of Palmer, please, daddy!




[Muffled screaming]


[Clock ticking]








[Shuts door]






[Electronic beep]


Nice shooting.




[Breathing heavily]








MAN: No problem.


Exactly as you predicted.


"Quick, drive my car."




O'REILLY: Here's forty dollars.


If you don't mind me asking...


how did you know he'd react like that?


It's our job to know things like that.


You done this sort of thing before?


Let's go!


You can take the car, but remember, it's stolen.


CELINE: Look, they weren't trying to kill you.


They were trying to confuse you and scare you.


ROBERT: Yeah, before they killed me.


And I lost the car, and I didn't get any money.


CELINE: You can't expect to get everything right the first time.


Look,you are going to be fine.


You are going to be...


a success.


Do you think so?


You didn't get caught, right?




No, I didn't get caught.


Ifooled them.


I got away.


Maybe we should go out.


Out where?


For a drink.


What, like on a date?


Yeah, like a date.


[Country music playing in background]


I wouldn't call it a bad relationship.


No, Lily and I,we just...


You know, we just grew apart as people.


There was no bitterness on either side.


She left you?


No, no, no, no. No!


Yes, she left me.




The aerobics instructor.


How did you know?


CELINE: You have the demeanor...


of a man who's been left for an aerobics instructor.


-I do? -Yeah.


CELINE: But be honest. It was inevitable.


You two weren't suited for one another.


You dream of something better. She wants it now.


Hence,the gymnast. Am I right?


ROBERT: Well,yeah.


CELINE: Yeah. It's a common scenario.


ROBERT: Can I tell you about this dream I have? You're in it.


I'm in your dream?


Now lfeel violated.


-Oh, it's not like that. -I don't wanna hear it.


Perhaps this is a good opportunity...


to tell you about my novel.


Look, I'm not interested in your novel.


It's      right?


And Marilyn Monroe...


is giving birth to a baby girl.


She's on the phone to Jack Kennedy...


saying, "Jack, it's yours. It's yours,Jack."


So the orphan grows up...


And she solves some great mystery, right?


It's kind of obvious, Robert.


Let's play a game.


If I win...


I go free.


ROBERT: Look,you are free. The kidnap's over.


You're more a kidnapper than I am Ritchie Vanderlow.


Indulge me, Robert.


Well, if it's what you want.


It's all I ever want.




You're free.


That's right.


Aren't you gonna leave?


We haven't got our money yet.


[Singing] Don't take your love to town


Oh, Ruby


For God's sakes,turn around


TOD: Big hand! Big hand!


Big handfor local boy Scottie Sherman.


[Applause and cheering]


We are privileged to have here tonight...


a very special guest...


who is a close personalfriend of mine...


and I'm gonna ask him to come up here and sing a song.


He is the best-selling artist in the world...


with twelve gold albums...


sixteen platinum albums...


and thirty-two number-one hit singles!


Mr. Ritchie Vanderclaw!


[Wild cheering]




[Ruff ruff]


ROBERT: Thank you very much.


My name is Rob-- Ritchie Vanderlow...


and, um...


I'd like to sing this song for my beautiful wife...




ROBERT: Lucille.




Oh, and this is a very special songfor us.


[Big band music playing]


[Singing] Somewhere


Beyond the sea




Waitingfor me


My lover stands


On golden sands


And watches the ships


That go sailing




Beyond the sea


She's there


Watchingfor me


And if I couldfly


Like birds on high


Then straight to her arms


I'd go sailing


It's far


Beyond the stars


It's near


Beyond the moon


I know


Beyond a doubt


My heart


Will lead me there




We'll meet


Beyond the shore


We'll kiss


Just like before


And happy we'll be


Beyond the sea


And never again


I'll go sailing


[Song continues playing]


ROBERTAND CELINE: [Singing] I know


ROBERTAND CELINE: [Singing] I know


Beyond a doubt


My heart


Will lead me there




We'll meet


Touches my heart to see two young people in love.


Happy we'll be


Beyond the sea


And never again


I'll go sailing




Oh, my God. What happened?


You were great.


I was?


CELINE: Mm-hmm.


I remember drinking tequila.


CELINE: Certainly was a feature of the evening.


ROBERT: Then I had an incredible dream.


This dream, I've had it before.


You're definitely in it now.


CELINE: I don't want to hear it.


ROBERT: We were on this game show called Perfect Love.


CELINE: Never heard of it.


ROBERT: Well, it's just a dream.


I don't think the fact that it's a game show...


has any relevance.


It merely indicates my cultural origins.


I mean,were I a tribesman in the Kalahari,for instance...


the location would undoubtedly have been different.


But I think the theme is universal.


We're on this game show called Perfect Love.


My life was in danger.


CELINE: Are you ready?


ROBERT: Am I ready for what?


CELINE: To write a letter.


Perhaps you'd like to keep this.


We had it analyzed.


It's his handwriting and her blood.


JACKSON: Without our help, Mr. Naville...


that could be the last trace of your daughter you ever see.


O'REILLY: He wants a straight switch with no delays.


-I want her back. -Don't worry. We'll get her.


And I want him dead.


That's understood, Mr. Naville.




And when this is over, I want this back.


CELINE: Bradley was nice,you know?


Extremely wealthy.


Honorable, amusing.




CELINE: Well, eighty-seven years old.


-Ha ha. Pity. -Yeah.


CELINE: Then there was Jake.


He was nice.


Very rich.


Just so conventional.


ROBERT: You see? Rich guys. Conventional.


It's a problem.


Then there was Angelo.


Twenty-five years old...


handsome, healthy...








[Air horns blow]




Well, I think that we just sort of, um...


grew apart as people.


The aerobics instructor?


[Laughing loudly]


CELINE: Like I said...


it's a common scenario.


[Robert chuckles]


ROBERT: So who was next?


CELINE: Then I started getting problems with my teeth.


ROBERT: With your teeth?


CELINE: Yeah, my teeth.


[Brakes screech]


MAN: Hey,want a ride?


Hi,thanks for stopping, guys.


Uh,we're not stealing it, we're just borrowing it.


ROBERT: Had that dream again last night.


CELINE: What dream?


ROBERT: We were on that game show Perfect Love.


-Mmm. Fascinating. -And my life was in danger.


CELINE: On a game show?


ROBERT: I know. It's difficult to explain.


Strange things were happening.


CELINE: Mmm. So it would appear.


ROBERT: But my life was in danger...


and you saved it.


My heart was beating so fast...


and then it stopped.


And I was just about to die...


and you saved it.


You saved my life.


JACKSON: Well,what are we waitingfor?


You want to get on with this or not?




JACKSON: You send the girl over.


ROBERT: Ha ha. First the money. That was the deal.


JACKSON: Are you OK, Miss Naville?


CELINE: Yes, I'm OK.


I'm just a little frightened.


JACKSON: Now, don't you worry, miss.


Everything'll be all right.




ROBERT: Whew. It's here.


JACKSON: OK? Send the girl over.


ROBERT: OK, go on.


JACKSON: Ohh, damn.


Aah! Aah!


CELINE: Aah! Aah! Help!


JACKSON: Get down! Get down!




CELINE: They tied me up! Ohh!


ROBERT: Ha ha!


[Truck engine starts]


[Truck door closes]


O'REILLY: Don't move a fucking muscle.




What took you?


JACKSON: He shot up the car!


O'REILLY: You shot up our car.


Now,what did you do thatfor?


ROBERT: I was trying to make a getaway.


O'REILLY: You were trying to make a getaway?


[Labored breathing]


O'REILLY: How is she?


JACKSON: I don't know.


But I don't think it's worked.


They're know?


O'REILLY: Jeopardy. Jeopardy,Jackson--


always works.




This is far enough.


ROBERT: Are you--are you going to kill me?




[Robert sobs]


ROBERT: Well,then I don't see why I should dig.


JACKSON: If you dig...


I promise you when the time comes...


I'll shoot you through the head.


[Robert sobs]


JACKSON: Now, look,you don't like that?


I can just shoot you through the testicles right now.


You can bleed to death. I'll dig the grave.


It's up to you.


[Robert sobbing]


Can you cut me free?




It's sore.


What's he going to do with him?


Shoot him in the back of the head.




Would that be a problem for you?


[Robert groans]


JACKSON: Everfelt like you're not in control of events?




JACKSON: No, I mean...


something is...


destined to happen...


and it doesn't?


Like,what happens when the forces of destiny...


are no longer in control?


ROBERT: I don't know.


JACKSON: The truth is...


I don't think even he knows what's going on down here--


the chaos,the...


This hatred,this violence.


ROBERT: Who...


Who are you talking about?


O'REILLY: Jeopardy,Jackson...


always works.




[Robert laughs]


What are they doing in there?


Should've shot him myself.


CELINE: Yeah,well,you can't trust them to do anything.


O'REILLY: I take it you're not in a love situation.




O'REILLY: I mean you're not in love.


What's it to you?


O'REILLY: Nothing.


Just asking.


REM SINGING: I like it like that


And I know it


JACKSON: That's OK. You can stop now.




JACKSON: I've waited long enough.




JACKSON: Give me that. Lie down.


ROBERT: No, no. No!


JACKSON: Give it to me! Give it to me!


ROBERT: Please!


-Please. -Shh.




[Robert sobbing]


[Jackson cocks gun]


REM: Leave it all behind


JACKSON: I commit you to his mercy.


ROBERT: Please. Please. Please.




Aah! Aah!








Get up!


Robert, get off!


ROBERT: Who are they?


CELINE: Come on!


REM: That's what keeps me


That's what keeps me


That's what keeps me down






Justfor a minute there, I thought we were in trouble.


I told you don't get caught.


Don't get out of the car.


Don't ever go into the woods with a stranger.


-I know. You're right. -I'm always right, OK?


CELINE: You might like to remember that.


ROBERT: Have you got the money?


-Aah! -Aah!


[O'Reilly laughs]


ROBERT: No! Jesus!


O'REILLY: I'm going to get you.


[Both yelling]




[Tires squeal]






[Robert panting]


-Oh, shit. -Where is she?


ROBERT: Oh, shit.




[Tires squeal]






[O'Reilly laughing]




-Jump! -What?














WOMAN: If the card's no good, I'm authorized to destroy it.


CELINE: It's my card, lady. Listen,you don't understand.


-Is there a problem? -I'm sorry about this, ma'am.


ROBERT: Don't worry. Don't worry.


I've got some cash, OK?


WOMAN: Thirty dollars, sir.


Thank you.


CELINE: How could he do a thing like that?


ROBERT: Stay calm, OK?


CELINE: My own father. He canceled my credit card.


I've never been so humiliated in all my life.


-I know exactly how youfeel. -You couldn't possibly know.


Only the exceptionally rich can know how lfeel right now.


Don't take it personally.


CELINE: Is he trying to say I'llfind my own natural level?


Sink to the bottom like her?


ROBERT: Like who? Who are you talking about?


Pull over.


ROBERT: Oh, no.


ROBERT: Oh, no, no, no.


CELINE: Live a little.


ROBERT: This is insane.


CELINE: Stop worrying so much. It'll be my first time,too.


ROBERT: That's what I'm worrying about.


CELINE: Trust me. I know what I'm doing.




CELINE: Hello. I'd like to make a withdrawal.


ROBERT: I thought we agreed-- no clichés.


CELINE: Fill the bag.


TELLER: Oh, my God, she's got a gun!




WOMAN: Leave my daughter alone. Please, leave her alone!


-Don't be silly. -She's going to kill her!


ROBERT: She's not going to kill your daughter.


-Yes, I am. -What?


CELINE: Shut up.


ROBERT: Christ, no!


CELINE: Everybody calm down...,


or this girl's brains will splatter the wall.


-Fill the bag! -Celine!


CELINE: You shut up especially.


ROBERT: You can't hold the girl hostage.




WOMAN: Oh, no!


CELINE: You didn'tfind it difficult.


-That was different. -Was it?


CELINE: Didn'tfeel different. Itfelt just like this.


Now do you understand how itfelt, Robert?


But you, unlike me, couldn't pull the trigger.


-Oh, no. -Good-bye, Robert.


ROBERT: OK, kill me, but don't touch the girl!


Extremely amusing!


CELINE: "Kill me, but don't touch the girl."


Robert, you should be on television.


-Very funny. -What's wrong?


ROBERT: What's wrong? I thought you were going to shoot me!


That's what's wrong!


CELINE: Shoot you? I wouldn't do that.


-Oh, no? -No! I'm having a great time!


-Oh, good! -Yeah, certainly is!


CELINE: What's wrong?


Celine, it's over.




[Robert screaming]


[Robert moans]


ROBERT: I'm dying, Celine.


I think I'm dying, and I don't want to die.


You're not going to die.


I don't want to die.


Are you taking me to a hospital?


Because I don't want to die in a hospital.


CELINE: I'm not going to take you to a hospital.


What do you mean,you're not taking me to a hospital?


Take me to a hospital! Where are you taking me?


ELLIOT: Very nice.


Very nice, indeed.


You could have a perfect smile.


For two thousand dollars, you could change your life.




Do you think a perfect smile just happens?


Is that what you think? Huh?


Do you think that Celine's smile is her own?


No, it's not.


It's mine.


I gave it to her...


just like I can give you one.


I'llfix your teeth for twelve thousand dollars.


I didn't get shot in the teeth.


Well, let me tell you something.


It wouldn't have made too much difference if you had.


I don't want to say anything.


It's your teeth, but if you wait another year...


you'll have fifty grand worth of major reconstruction, so...


CELINE: If you wait another year...


he'll be dead.


ELLIOT: Sorry. Just a little free consultation.


[Taps button with foot]


ELLIOT: You know, they wanted me to take a break.


Take a break.




Go get counseling,you know?


Fuck them. What do they know?


They wanted me to stay in the hospital.


I discharged myself this afternoon.


Lucky for you that I did, huh?




Have you, um, done this before?


The principles of surgery...


are the same above and below the neck.


ROBERT: Aah! Aah!


Aren't you going to anesthetize me?


I'm sure you'll pass out as the pain gets worse.






[Camera taking pictures]


[Celine laughing]


[Elliot and Celine laughing]


ELLIOT: Give me another one.


Here we go, baby.




Give it to me hot. You look lovely.


CELINE: Thank you.


[Both laughing]


ELLIOT: Give me the Bambi, baby.


That's it.




OK,turn over. Turn over.


-What? -Turn over, darling.


ELLIOT: Turn...


There you go.


Flash me the tush.


One heel.


[Takes picture]




[Celine giggling]






Hey, how are you? Come on.


Join the party.


Come on.


Do you want some champagne?


How rude of me. Excuse me, love.






Here you go.


Here. Look at that.


So, I understand that you're-- Here, please.


I understand that you're something of a fugitive.


Don't be shocked.


We go back a long way.


ROBERT: Oh, I see. You're her dentist.


ELLIOT: Yup. That's right.


We met over that particularly fine set of ivories.


In fact...


I gave her herfirstfilling.






Oh, I wish you hadn't done that.


Now I have to hurt you...


which is inconvenient and undignified.






ELLIOT: Fucker.


Get up!


Leave him alone, Elliot.


ELLIOT: Why don't you stay out of this?


[Robert groans]


Are you all right?






ROBERT: Uhh! Aah!


CELINE: You want to explain to me...


exactly what you were trying to achieve back there?


ROBERT: How about you do some explaining to me?


CELINE: I didn't want you bleeding to death...


and I think I saved your life.


ROBERT: I'd rather have died than have witnessed that.


CELINE: Witnessed what, exactly?


ROBERT: You and Elliot in an advanced state of foreplay.


CELINE: He would've passed out drunk in five minutes...


if you hadn't come along.


ROBERT: Yeah, sure.


CELINE: Even if we were about to get physical...


what's it got to do with you anyway?




CELINE: You thought we had something?


ROBERT: It's possible.


CELINE: But why?


Why do we have to have something?


We were getting along justfine.


Having something ruins everything.


What will you do now, ask me to marry you?


ROBERT: Of course I'm not.


-You thought about it. -Don't be absurd.


It never even occurred to you?


Well, it wouldn't be so bad.


You see what I mean? Justforget it.


Consider itforgotten.


Where do you want to go?


Don't care.


Do you want to get out of the car?


-Are you asking me to get out? -No. I'm asking if you want to.


-It's the same thing. -It's not the same thing.


One is a request, the other is a question.


ROBERT: Fine. If that's what you want,then I'll get out.


CELINE: If that's what you want, go right ahead.


And don't even ask where I'm going!


Don't even imagine that I care.


Exactly the problem!


[Starts car engine]


FAITHLESS SINGING: Where's the love gone to?


Don't leave


BACKUP SINGERS: Yeah,yeah,yeah


LEAD SINGER: You got me hurtin'


Don't leave






LEAD SINGER: You know it's never been easy


To love someone like me




LEAD SINGER: Don't leave






LEAD SINGER: Where did all the love go?


Where's the love gone to?


Stop hovering over me. I can't concentrate.


O'REILLY: Have you written anything yet?




What am I supposed to write?


O'REILLY: Love letters,Jackson, deal with the subject of love.


JACKSON: I need time to think.


O'REILLY: We don't have time.


Every day they spend apart...


the more difficult it's going to be.


And if Naville finds our boy...


he's just meat.


ELVIS PRESLEY SINGING: Maybe I didn't treat you...


O'REILLY: So,think,Jackson...


have you ever done this before?


Back when I was alive, there was a girl.


You wrote to some girl?


A long time ago.


You never told me about this.


JACKSON: It never came to nothing.


Herfather did not approve our match.


It was just young love, but I wrote...


many times...


with passion...


and despair.


ELVIS PRESLEY: You were always on my mind


Maybe I didn't hold you


I never knew you had a romantic soul.


ELVIS PRESLEY: All those lonely, lonely nights


I often wonder what became of that girl--


sweet Eliza.






Herfather was a colonel.


O'REILLY: Jackson,you're qualified.


You can write this letter.


That's the problem, see?


I wrote to her, sure, but I didn't write letters.


O'REILLY: Well,what,then?


As a matter of fact...






Iove poems.


ELVIS PRESLEY: Tell me that your sweet love


ELVIS PRESLEY: Tell me that your sweet love


Hasn't died


Give me


Give me one more chance


To keep you satisfied


MOTHER: Remember, my dear...


they only want one thing.


Maybe they want it more than once...


but it's still only one thing.


ELVIS PRESLEY: Little things


I should have said


And done


I just never took the time


You were always on my mind


BACKUP SINGERS: You were always on my mind


ELVIS PRESLEY: You were always on my mind


O'REILLY: I wish you had let me read that poem.


JACKSON: A poem...


is a very personal document.


O'REILLY: I hope it was a good one.


That's all I'm saying.


Because if she don't like it, she won't come.


And if she don't come, we're stuck.


JACKSON: It's her.


-I got your poem. -Sorry?


CELINE: Your poem-- the one you wrote me.




"Oh, desert me, wretched loneliness...


"and bring me back my love...


"for she and I have parted...


"and the sky is up above."


JACKSON: It worked.


She loves it.


[Glass topples in bar]


CELINE: "Your limbs so svelte and slender..."


"Your touch...


"so soft and tender."


"But the bits that I like best...


"are the bits that..."


I'm not going to read that line.


O'REILLY: Jackson,Jackson, what the hell did you write?


JACKSON: It was a--




JACKSON: A simple poetic reference...




ROBERT: Celine.


CELINE: Please.


Last verse.


"Just as the flowers blossom...


"in the gaze of the shining sun..."


"I would be most honored..."


"if you would bear my son."


[O'Reilly sobs]


Robert, no one has ever written me a poem before.


All those guys I dated, they didn't care about me.


They just wanted to own this.




CELINE: I would never open my heart to any of those guys.


And before I met you...


I never believed that there was any alternative.




I knew it!


But when you stopped that bullet...


JACKSON: Ha ha ha ha!


and got the wrong idea about Elliot...


JACKSON: I knew it!


I should've understood.


-Celine-- -No. Let me finish.


This is difficultfor me to say...


but lfeel I can trust you.


ROBERT: I didn't write the poem.




I didn't write it.


I've never written a poem in my life.


JACKSON: How can anybody be that honest?


O'REILLY: It's his handwriting. Tell him it's his handwriting.


But it's your handwriting.


It--it has this address.


It even has some sort of cheap aftershave on the paper.


I didn't write the poem, OK?


Oh, my God.


ROBERT: Celine, no need to--


O'REILLY: Human fucking beings.


What do you have to do?


JACKSON: We did everythingfor them!


Brought them together. Put them in jeopardy.


We damn near killed them both!


We gave them every opportunity.


All they had to do was fall in love...


and we could've gone home.




O'REILLY: Maybe we failed,Jackson...


but we don't have to live like this.




Is she gone?




Nice-looking woman.


She isn't my type.


What are you talking about?


Look at yourself.


You're nobody.


You're nothing.


You're wanted in connection with a violent crime.


You're cleaning the floor of a diner.


She is an intelligent, passionate...


beautiful rich woman.


[Beyond the Sea playing]


The issue of whether or not she's your type...


is not one that you are likely...


to have to resolve in this world.


BOBBY DARIN SINGING: She's there watchingfor me


Or indeed the next, since she will be going to some heaven...


for glamorous pussy...


and you will be cleaning the floor of a diner...


in hell.


I guess so.


So why are you even thinking about it?


I don't know.




[Starter whines]


Come on.


Finish the floor.


[Starter whines]


CELINE: What the fuck?




JACKSON: Shut up!


Where's my beautiful poem?


O'REILLY: Yourfather's not home yet.


I don't expect he'll pay our ransom straight off.


Not till we send a few fingers through the mail.






I'm gonna stick right there.


Say, how about you?


You want a hit?




CELINE: [Muffled] Mmm, stay.


-Uh-huh? -No.


-Hit? -No!


JACKSON: Now, Miss Naville...


you've got a five-card trick, Miss Naville.


you've got a five-card trick, Miss Naville.


You can stick right there...


and you got four thousand dollars.


CELINE: Mm-hmm.


JACKSON: But you want another hit? OK.


CELINE: [Muffled] No, no!


[Knock on door]


-What is that? -Answer it,Jackson.


I can't do that. I'm playing blackjack.


She might cheat while I'm out of the room.


O'REILLY: All right.


I'll answer the door.


You play blackjack with the hostage.


JACKSON: You sure you want to increase your bet...


before you take another hit?


CELINE: [Muffled] No!






[Muffled] No!




CELINE: [Muffled] No!






JACKSON: Well...




It's just as well we're not playingfor real.


ROBERT: Come on!


All right, now cut herfree.




What the hell did you do to her?


ROBERT: I punched her in the face.




Oh,you punched her in the face.


She's half your size, and you punch her?


-She had a gun! -Oh, she had a gun?


JACKSON: So that makes everything all right, does it?


I'm not saying it makes everything all right.


I'm just trying to explain thatfor all I knew...


she could have been a karate expert or something.


JACKSON: With a broken arm?


With a broken arm?!


OK. I'm sorry.


Now just cut herfree!


You son of a bitch!


-Celine? -What do you want?


I'm just trying to explain.




CELINE: Despite your crummy poem...


I came to visit and all you could do...


was humiliate me and turn me away.


I thought you were decent.


I thought you were different, but you're not.


You're just a lying, cheating son of a bitch...


just like all the rest!


ROBERT: Celine, I never meant to hurt you!


I don't know who wrote that poem...


but I'll tell you, those are my feelings.


Oh, sure.


JACKSON: Not so easy now, huh?


ROBERT: Celine, Celine!


When you left the diner last night...


I realized I'd turned away the woman...


whom I'd spent the happiest...


most exciting times of my life with...


who I care for more than anyone on the earth!


Listen, listen!


Do you remember that dream I had?


I dreamed that my life was in danger...


that my heart stopped.


But you saved my life...


when you pierced my heart with an arrow of your love.


And that's the truth.


Celine,what I'm saying is that I love you.


JACKSON: What? What did you say?


ROBERT: What I was trying to say was that I--


[Gun cocks]


O'REILLY: Oh, shit.




Who is that?


MAYHEW: Don't worry, Miss Celine.


Everything's going to be justfine.




Well,we're not just gonna leave them here, are we?


No, sir.


[Overlapping conversations]


[Telephones ringing]


[Knock on door]


Come in.


DUSTED SINGING: Yes,there is a


Deeper river


That will bring you


Home again


Oh,there is a


Deeper river


Flowing under


I don't think they're coming back.


Isn't there anything you can do?


I don't have the authority to intervene.


DUSTED: Deeper river


I don't have the authority to intervene!


DUSTED: That will bring you


Home again


CELINE: Let me out of this trunk now!


Robert, he's gonna kill you!


Just run. He doesn't want the money, OK?


He's gonna kill you!


[Pounding on trunk]


Just run, Robert, run!


ROBERT: It's probably in the canoe, Mr. Naville.


That's probably where it is.


It's not in the canoe, sir...


but I think it's, uh, upstairs.


I think it's upstairs. Might've put it there.


They probably left it under the bed.


That would be a good place.


Tsk tsk tsk.


I don't think he has it...


Mr. Naville.




that's it!


That's where it is!


That's where it was.


I put it under that board.


I'll have your money back to you in a minute, Mr. Naville, sir.


Board up, and then we'll get it back to you.


NAVILLE: We're just gonna have to face the truth, Robert.


You don't have my money.


ROBERT: Yeah, it's down here, all right, Mr. Naville, sir.


Just where I left it.


NAVILLE: Andfrankly, I don't care.


It's just a detail.


ROBERT: You'll have your money back in a second, sir.


NAVILLE: Long as you understand that it isn't the money.


It's the principle.


CELINE: Somebody please just let me out of here!


Mayhew, not with the ax.


This is Gabriel.


Get me God.


MAYHEW: Let's go. Come on!


Come on, come on!


Robert,what happened was you shot them, and then you--


Did he just move?


MAYHEW: No, sir.


In all respect, sir, how could anything be beyond your control?


Anyway,you shot them...


then you shot--


You sure he didn't move?


MAYHEW: I'm quite sure, sir.


Yes, sir.


No, sir.








NAVILLE: Yeah, quite.


Yeah, right.




Mayhew, she's moved.


She's moved.


I saw it with my own eyes.


Yes, sir.


Thank you, sir.


MAYHEW: They are both dead, sir.


I shot them myself.


I won't disturb you again.




CELINE: Who's that?




NAVILLE: You shot them...


and then you shot yourself, and then...


you setfire to this cabin.


Didn't you?


CELINE: Not yet, he didn't.


NAVILLE: Celine.




Why don't you just put that gun down, hmm?


Do not get in my way,father.




you're not responsible for your actions.


You're unhinged.


You need the best psychiatric treatment...


that money can buy...


just like your mother.


So why don't you just--




Why don't you just give me the gun?


Because as he dreamt...


I shall save his life with an arrow--


an arrow of my love for him.


Kill him, Mayhew.






He's alive, Mayhew.


They're all alive.


GLADYS KNIGHT SINGING: If I were your woman


And you were my man


You'd have no other woman


You'd be weak as a lamb


If you had the strength


To walk out that door


My love would overrule my sense


And I'd call you back for more


If I were your woman


CELINE: So you're telling me that successful relationships...


are made in heaven?


Notfounded on the daily practicality...


of two people being prepared...


to tolerate the imperfections of one another?


It's not successful relationships, Celine.


It's love. And it comes from a strange and wonderful place...


that we don't know about.


So you also reject the idea...


that love is merely an emotional adaptation...


to a physical necessity?




Are you serious?


Fate intervenes in people's lives.


In ours,for instance.


Fate brought us together.


It kept us together.


We were destined for one another.


Fate had a pretty strange way of making its point.


But that's part of the beauty of it.


It's inexplicable, unpredictable...


and absolutely beyond control or understanding.


But you nearly got killed.


But I didn't...


and here we are.


Do you have any substantial evidence to back all this?


None at all.


And you realize that it's absurd and irrational?


I know that.


Then why do you believe it?


Because, Celine, I'm a dreamer.


Well, I guess that makes two of us.


Are you ready?


As I'll ever be.


Then let's go.


GLADYS KNIGHT: But I'm too afraid to show it


If I were your woman


BACKGROUND SINGERS: If you were my woman


GLADYS KNIGHT: If I were your woman


BACKGROUND SINGERS: If you were my woman


GLADYS KNIGHT: If I were your woman


BACKGROUND SINGERS: If you were my woman


[Crowd cheering]


GLADYS KNIGHT: Never, no, no, no


Stop loving you




If I were your woman


Do you know what I'd do?


I'd never, never, never stop loving you


If I were your woman


Your sweet loving woman


BACKGROUND SINGERS: If you were my woman


GLADYS KNIGHT: If I were your woman


BACKGROUND SINGERS: If you were my woman


GLADYS KNIGHT: I'd be your only woman


BACKGROUND SINGERS: If you were my woman


GLADYS KNIGHT: If I were your woman


BACKGROUND SINGERS: If you were my woman


GLADYS KNIGHT: You'd need no other woman


GLADYS KNIGHT: You'd need no other woman


GABRIEL: All clear.


[Both gasping]


So, how was it?


O'REILLY: Believe me, Gabriel.


You don't want to know.


-But it worked. -Yeah.






Ameratus pathum laborium.


Are we going home now?


We're going home.


At last.




OASIS SINGING: The paper boy is looking before he goes


Lying to the teacher who knows he knows


He didn't, and he should've brought his lines in yesterday


Ernie bangs the sound as the day begins


The letterbox is open, and your cash falls in




I'll meet you at the office just before the staff clock in


Round our way


The birds are singing


Round our way


The sun shines bright




Round our way


The birds singfor you


'Cause they already know you


Yeah,they already know you


The game is kicking off in around the park


It's twenty-five a side, and before it's dark


There's gonna be a loser


And you know the next goal wins


Cab it to the front


As it's called a draw


Everybody's knocking at yours once more


Ernie bangs the sound


And no one's spoken since half pastfour


La la la la la la la


Round our way the birds are singing


Round our way the sun shines bright


Round our way the birds singfor you


'Cause they already know you


Yeah,they already know you


BECK SINGING: On the highway




Going my way


You're so alone today


Like a ghost town


Ifound there's no relief


No soul to mercy


Is it true what they say?


You can't behave


You gamble your soul away


Measuring your dreams


Oh,this life seems


Like the gristle of loneliness


Do do do do


Don't let the sun catch you crying


Do do do do do


Don't let the sun catch you crying


Like an ice age


Nice days on your way


Sipping the golden dregs


On a riptide


Freaks ride


Sleep inside


A parasite's appetite


Oh, say, can't you see


The chemistry?


The parasites,the cleanup fee


Death metal hands


Recycled cans


Get well cards to the hostage vans


Don't let the sun catch you crying


Do do do do do


Don't let the sun catch you crying




That reads you like a book,yeah


You got a mystic pen that sends me the message


Tests of my strength


Are pretty much all I know


For the rest of my life, I will be climbing somewhere










And I have no fear


I have no fear


'Cause love is here


Love is here


Love is here


Love is here


Love is...


Did you know that I'm looking at you now


With a daisy in my hair


Roses in my hand


And broken rhythms in disrepair


I hear


A danger in the air


For the rest of my life, I will be climbing somewhere









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