Forever My Girl (2018) Movie Script

You've been singing
That same old song
Far too long
Far too long
Kids, you all need
to get inside.
The wedding is about to start.
Good afternoon,
Ms. Quinn.
I heard Liam's song
on the radio this morning.
Can you believe that
our very own Liam
right here on Saint
is on the radio?
I can't believe it, Ellen.
Now, let's get inside
and watch him marry our Josie.
Yes, ma'am.
Our Liam has quickly
become a bona-fide
country star.
Hey, you mind handing those out?
- Yes, ma'am.
- Thank you.
- Good to see you.
- Hi. You too.
Take me down
Take me down
Take me down
Take me down
to the little white church
Take me down
Ladies, 12 minutes.
Twelve minutes,
Ms. Quinn?
All the Southern time
in the world, my dear.
I handpicked these
this morning for Josie.
Thank you.
I swear though,
if one more person asks me
about her groom's
new hit song on the radio...
Ms. Boudreaux,
I'll be sending some of the boys
to get you lovely
yayas to your seats.
- All right.
- Let's put the veil on.
- Okay.
- Let's do it.
I love you so much.
I love you.
- You're going to make me cry.
- You made me cry.
Hey, hey, hey,
there's my little sister.
I didn't know
you could clean up like that.
- Oh, Jake.
- Just kidding.
Just kidding.
So, are you ready
for your big brother
to walk you down the aisle?
Is it really time?
It's almost.
Ms. Quinn wants me
to walk Mom down first.
- Yeah? Are you ready for this?
- I'm ready.
Ladies, good Lord,
don't you all
look ravishing today?
I'm getting married.
you guys look beautiful.
Josie, you look
absolutely amazing.
Thank you, Mason.
- Kiera?
- Yeah.
Can me and Johnny talk to you
outside for a minute, please?
Josie, I'll be right back.
Laura, can you
just touch up her lipstick?
Just a little more color.
Do you think everything's okay?
Oh, yeah.
Honey, everything's fine.
This is your special day.
Okay. Perfect.
Kiera, what is it?
Is Liam okay?
Liam's fine.
He's fine. He's just...
he's not coming.
I'm sorry, Josie.
We're going
to be here for you.
Yes, we're here for you, honey.
Don't water down my whiskey
Can't you see
that I'm 100 proof?
I'm a shotgun cocked back,
'68 Fastback
Hell, yeah.
Don't water
down my whiskey
You can't stop this train
From pushing through
Ain't got no friends
What you see
is what you get
Don't water down my whiskey
Don't water down my whiskey
New Orleans,
thank you, thank you.
You guys are awesome.
Now, I'm going to do
one more song for you all,
- if that's okay.
- I love you, Liam.
Sitting in the dark
All night fighting shadows
And the urge to call you up
Hits me like an arrow
It ain't
the whiskey talking
Or the loneliness
I'm feeling
It's the memories
of the little things
That keep me from healing
I give up all the days
I got left on this Earth
Because without you
I don't know
what they're worth, no
I'd give it all for you
If you let me
This heart
don't have a home
Without you in it, no
I stand before you
As a man who's been broken
True words never spoken, no
Is that enough
Is that enough
Is that enough
Is that enough
For your love?
Thank you.
Good night.
Great, great,
great show, man.
You slayed it as usual.
Vodka, here we go.
See that blonde
in the front row?
Yeah, already on it.
Jack's put her in the car,
headed to the after party.
I'm not going
to the after party, man.
Now Liam, the head
of the label's going
to be there.
I mean, everyone's real eager
to hear about these new tunes
you've been working on,
you know.
Just have a bottle
of vodka sent up to my room
and a steak, all right?
- I'm starving.
- All right.
Jimmy, he ain't going.
He ain't going on it, man.
It's Page,
heading up exit three.
All right.
Ain't nothing like a hometown
crowd though, right?
Am I right?
I'm not from here.
I'm a few towns over.
Not here at all.
All right.
Oh, I'll get your towel, then.
Okay. Great.
All right, boys,
good job, good job.
Is it enough
Is it enough
For your love, baby
Hey, Liam Page.
I have been trying to get you up
for hours, Liam Page.
Can you stop calling me
Liam Page?
You're up, you're up,
you're up, you're up, you're up,
- you're up, you're up.
- Hey, will you...
That's my cell phone.
Oh, that's a cell phone?
Please, come on.
No, it's broken.
You broke it.
Oh, hold on. Wait.
Where are you going, Liam Page?
Oh, my God.
Oh, shit.
Okay, well, call me.
Can you please tell me
where's the nearest
cell phone store?
It's... Mr. Page,
I'd be delighted to assist you.
It's on the edge of the Quarter.
I'd be happy to call you a car.
Will you just
tell me how far,
which direction,
how many blocks?
Take a right on Royal,
and it's six blocks down
- on your left.
- Okay.
Oh, my.
where are your shoes?
Hey, I'll give anyone $10,000
if they can fix my phone.
- Ten thousand.
- Oh, my God...
Hey, Mr. Page,
$10,000, do you mind if I...
Yeah, yeah, yeah.
Well, perhaps we could
interest you in a newer model?
I don't... I don't want
a new model, okay?
I want that phone.
Allow me to assist you,
Mr. Page.
On the house,
I'm the store manager.
- Jojo?
- Huh?
Release the device, please.
Thank you.
Why don't you step
into my office
We'll have
a little more privacy.
Let's have a look here.
I'll tell you what,
these older boards are tricky.
So I take it, these messages
you need to get to,
they must be very important.
There's just one.
There's just one.
Just give me one second here.
All right. Well,
it's not going to win
any beauty contest, but it
should work just fine now.
- It's fixed?
- Now, I'll give you some privacy
and you can check for yourself.
April 9th,
one saved message.
Hi, Liam,
it's me, Josie...
Country star Liam Page
was spotted earlier today
in the French Quarter.
He was running barefoot
according to some witnesses...
Now, Doris, hold on,
this might be him.
Yeah, I got him.
I need an espresso.
Oh, espresso?
Okay. Okay.
How about basic outerwear, huh?
Like shoes?
That little jog of yours
is all over TV.
Doris has called me
like five times.
Publicists live
for this stuff, Sam.
Record labels do not.
Not to mention,
everyone's wondering
when you're going
to stop messing around
and deliver these new songs
you owe them.
I'm just... I'm dealing with some
writer's block right now.
Dude, I'm telling you,
you can't keep putting them off.
All right, Sam.
We have a meeting set
with the label...
Hold on one second.
Oh, crap, it's Blake Shelton.
I got to get this.
This should be fun.
Hey, Blake.
What's up, buddy?
Terrible accident took
place on I-59 this morning.
councilman Mason Belmont
of St. Augustine was driving
on his way to a city meeting
at approximately 6:30 AM
when he was struck
by a drunk driver.
That driver is said to be
in critical condition.
Belmont did not survive.
St. Augustine, known
by locals as simply Saint,
is holding an open vigil
at their church tomorrow.
This was the third incident
this month...
All right, buddy,
we'll talk soon.
All right. Thank you.
Okay, Liam, as I was saying,
we're going to get this meeting.
It's going to be...
Where are you going?
You're just going
to walk... okay.
I guess you're just going to go.
Get some shoes.
A rooftop.
You're kidding me right now,
We're supposed to be
on a flight to Denver
in half an hour.
Jeez, look at you, man.
All right. I'm going to go
get you a clean shirt
or something.
Just get in the car.,
sad news to report,
the town of St. Augustine
is mourning the loss
of one of their own today.
27-year-old Mason Belmont
was born and raised
in St. Augustine,
was killed on Tuesday
in a car crash...
Hey, Pat, can you turn that up?
...laid to rest
this afternoon.
A funeral service will be held
at St. Augustine
Community Church.
- Mason leaves behind his wife...
- Oh, man.
... and two young children.
Hey, I'll give you
a thousand bucks
if you get me
out of here right now.
Yes, sir, boss.
I could talk my way
out of trouble
With a smoke and a smile
But she dealt me a handful
I played along for a while
Hey, Pat, I think you should go.
And if you want
to keep your job,
I wouldn't tell anyone
where I am.
You got it, boss.
All right.
I ran for a remedy
Or whatever fit the bill
And I'll follow
the script closely
Whiskey, women, and pills
Still the heartache
lingers on
As I run myself down
We're late. Now remember,
when we get inside,
we give Ms. Kiera
a big hug, okay.
don't let it burn out
Excuse us.
no better way around
got something to say
How to make
the flame go down
Hey, sis,
is everything okay?
- Liam's here.
- What?
Let's turn in our Bibles...
- He's here.
to Psalms 34:18.
The Lord is close
to the brokenhearted
and he saves those
who are crushed in spirit.
I wish I had the answers
to help you understand
why Mason was taken from us,
to help me understand.
I think about this church
during times like this.
Here in this church,
I baptized most of you,
married most of you,
baptized your children.
We rejoiced through
the good times together
and we bonded together
during the hard times.
So while I wish
I had the answers as to why,
what I can tell you is this,
that it was here
inside this church
that Mason Belmont
sat every Sunday morning
with his family
with that big smile on his face.
How blessed were we
to have had the privilege
of experiencing that smile
that Mason bestowed upon us
through the grace of God.
Jake, can you take Billy
to the car, please?
Just leave him be, Jos.
Josie, come on.
I got you, little one.
Hey, Liam.
Oh, hey, Dad.
Some things
you can't go back to
Some things
need left alone
Don't mess with the memories
of a life that's gone
All the tumble
and reservations
At the heart of my mistakes
Oh, some things
you can't go back to
Because you let them
slip away
Ooh, ooh, ooh
Ooh, ooh, ooh
Ooh, ooh, ooh
What time is it?
Well, it's half past 9:00,
you know, AM.
That tastes awful, Dad.
Well, it tastes
pretty good to me.
Now, make sure
you clean your cup out.
You know,
with some soap and water?
You still know
how to wash dishes,
don't you, Liam?
Right here.
What happened
to Mom's rose garden?
I just couldn't keep up with it.
So I'll be back
around 6:00 tonight.
You're just going
to leave right now?
Well, I'll make us some supper
when I get back,
if you're still around.
I'm not sure how long
I'm going to be here for so...
I mean, do they have
Uber here or...
How else am I supposed
to get around, Dad?
I think your old bike's
still in the garage.
Get out of the pool,
come on, let's go, let's go.
Have you completely lost
your flippin' mind?
I mean, you pulled
a lot of crap on me,
but you never missed
an entire concert, Liam.
- I'm sorry.
- You're sorry?
Oh, that's good.
All right, that's good.
Babe, would you get the kids?
I just don't want them
to hear this.
Liam, you missed
the whole concert, okay?
That's 20,000 fans and me,
and Doris, and the label,
all wondering why Liam Page
isn't at the concert
these people paid good money
to see him play at.
I mean, do you have any idea
how much this costs, a tour?
I'll pay them back.
Oh, you'll pay them back.
You'll pay them back.
Oh, man, you just don't get it,
do you, buddy?
Okay. You know right now,
the whole world is wondering
where Liam Page is, yeah.
Have you turned on a TV?
Does that prehistoric cellphone
of yours even have Wi-Fi?
I'm in my hometown
right now, in Louisiana.
My best friend
from high school passed away.
I just went to his funeral.
Liam, I'm so sorry, man,
I mean, are you all right?
- Yeah, I think so.
- Okay. Well,
I just want you to know
I'm going to get everything set
on this end, all right?
I mean, that was your last
concert date on that tour,
so we'll just set Denver up
after we go to Europe
on the next tour.
It's all going to be fine.
You just... you just be
with your friends
and your family.
And look, and Doris, I mean,
Doris started spinning
some crazy story
about why you missed
that concert.
So don't even worry
about it, all right?
Hey, Sam,
where are my credit cards?
Why? I mean,
I've never seen you use your
credit cards by yourself before.
I just... I want to buy
a few things, that's all.
All I have is the cash
in my pocket.
Okay. All right.
Yeah, I'll overnight them.
Thanks, Sam. All right.
Can I get a car?
Just text me your address.
Now speaking of crazy,
there's Doris.
All right, I got to go, brother,
all right. We'll talk soon.
Bike it is.
Twenty, and there you go.
- Thank you very much.
- Thank you, sir.
Have a good day.
- How are you?
- Good.
- We have more in the back.
- Excuse me?
More magazines
with your face on them.
Do you want me
to get those for you?
No, I'm good, thanks.
Lydia. We went
to high school together.
24.99, please.
So, Lydia,
you don't happen to know
where Josie lives, do you?
Or where she works?
Thanks for shopping at Ed's.
Here you go.
That will be 8.69,
Mrs. Boudreaux.
Oh, Judy, could you pop
into the back and tuck
that arrangement
for Ms. LeBlanc for me?
She's going to come by
this afternoon to pick it up.
- Sure.
- Thank you.
- Hi.
- I'm with a customer.
You know, this is such
a pretty prayer plant,
Mrs. Boudreaux.
I think you picked out
the best one I have.
Thank you, dear.
It's for Kiera.
That is so thoughtful of you.
I just adore
truly thoughtful people.
Seven, eight...
Thank you, ma'am.
Now why don't you let me
help you out to your car.
Hi there, Mr. Boudreaux.
Hey, Josie.
Let me get that for you.
Thank you.
Now, you all have a nice day.
We sure will, dear.
That was quite a punch
you socked me with yesterday.
That was just a warning shot.
- Yeah?
- Uh-hmm.
So this is where you work.
I own it.
I bought it after Mrs. Quinn
passed five years ago.
Yes, Liam,
I actually did something
with my life
after you walked out on me.
And yes, a lot of people
in this town
have come and gone
since you were last here.
My mama passed away.
Do you even know about that?
I'm so sorry, I had no idea.
Have you noticed
that in the past eight years
no one and, I mean,
no one in this little town
of ours has ever spoken
to the press about you
or your life here ever?
Have you also noticed
that no one's taken
a picture of you,
posted it on Facebook,
Instagram, nothing?
Now, why do you suppose
that is, Liam?
Because I walked out on you.
Liam, it's because you
left us all that day,
the entire town.
No one's spoken
about what you did here
because we have each other's
backs here in Saint.
We're a family.
We're loyal.
But you don't belong here
anymore, Liam.
Please just leave.
Hey, Mama.
Hi, sweetie.
Oh, my...
How was your day at school?
You know, the usual,
nothing special.
Hello, Liam.
- Laura.
- You know what?
Laura is going to take you
all out for some cupcakes
at the diner, my treat.
Actually, it's on me.
Let's get going, okay?
I'm just going to have
some soup, no cupcakes.
I don't want to spoil my dinner.
Oh, that sounds nice.
Come on, guys, let's go.
Hey, I know you.
You were outside
the church yesterday.
You're that country star
my mama listens to sometimes.
I mean, I just sometimes
have the radio on.
- Sometimes.
- Not really my cup of tea,
no offense.
None taken.
I'm a...
I'm a friend of your mom's.
- Liam.
- Billy.
That's a...
- That's a really pretty name.
- Okay, sweet pea,
why don't you get going
with Laura, okay?
- And I will come up to meet...
- Just one little minute.
How old are you, Billy?
I'm really small
for my age
and I'm losing my baby teeth
much later than
everyone else at my age.
I mean, they don't even have
the tiniest little wiggle yet,
but I'm seven.
Cupcake time, let's go.
Bye, Mama.
Nice to meet you, Liam.
Bye, sweet pea.
Hey, give yourself
Seven, huh?
Well, I guess
that conversation
that played out
a million times in my head
is actually about
to really happen, huh?
Yeah, I think it is.
I'm going to need a beer
for this one.
I didn't find out
that I was pregnant
until a couple weeks
after our wedding day...
what was supposed
to be our wedding day.
I was so angry and humiliated
after you just walked out on me
and yet somehow
I mustered up
all of the strength
that I had left.
I called to tell you
I was pregnant.
Of course it went straight
to your voicemail.
I left you some long message
begging you to call me back.
And then I promised myself
that if you didn't have
the decency to call me back
to find out
what was so important
that I had to tell you...
I was never going
to contact you again
because Billy and I,
we deserve better.
You named her
after my mom, Josie.
I did that
for your dad, Liam.
She loves him so much.
We all do.
Hey, sis.
What are you doing here, Liam?
Haven't you put her through
enough in one lifetime?
Good to see you, too, Jake.
You know what,
Liam was just leaving, actually.
- Yeah?
- Yeah.
- I was... I was just leaving.
- Uh-hmm.
All right.
Why didn't you tell me, Dad?
- Tell you what?
- That I had a daughter.
Why didn't you tell me
about Billy?
- I did tell you.
- When?
What are you talking about?
We haven't even...
We haven't even spoken
since I left.
Yeah, exactly.
I went to your first concert
there in Seattle.
Wouldn't return my calls
so I had to track you down
like some kind of fan, find out
where you were performing.
You... you were
at that show?
Yup. I even went backstage
to see you after.
I had to plead
with one of the security guards
to let me in to see my own son.
And there...
There you were.
You were so out of your mind
on God knows what,
I honestly thought I'd stumbled
into the wrong room.
But even after that,
I still tried to tell you
about Billy,
that you had this
amazing daughter on the way.
I don't remember any of that.
Yeah, you don't?
Why don't I refresh your memory?
You told me to leave
and never come back,
although in much
more colorful language.
So what was I
supposed to do, Liam?
You were... you were
legally an adult.
I couldn't force you
to come home with me.
I was... I was really
messed up then, Dad.
Yeah. Yeah.
Well, you really seem
to have it
all together now, son.
So, good for you.
You know what?
I just...
I don't get it, Liam.
You were such a good kid.
You were a great son.
You were...
You were great to your friends,
and you were so in love
with Josie.
What happened to you, Liam?
What happened?
I don't know.
Well, that guy
I saw in Seattle that night,
I knew that Billy
and Josie were just
better off without him.
So, yeah...
yeah, shame on me.
Gone from the eyes
That were everything
Gone from those loving arms
Gone from the hands
That prayed for me
And I'm gone with a gift...
Good morning, everyone.
Well, you know,
it's been a rough time
here in Saint.
It's been a rough few weeks,
and it's got me thinking a lot
about mercy
and forgiveness.
You know, scripture says,
"Forgiveness for in love
in all love,
we must have the capacity
to forgive."
You know, to forgive,
it sounds so easy
in theory, doesn't it?
And yet it remains
so profoundly difficult
to achieve.
Trust me, I know.
You know, here
inside this church,
we've always practiced
forgiveness, haven't we?
So with that in mind,
let's try today
to forgive those
that have hurt us
and to move forward.
And if we can truly forgive,
then we can truly be set free.
Let us pray.
I think he went out...
I'm glad you're here.
Come on, stick around.
- Pastor Page.
- Hi.
Remember Ms. Johnson?
Thank you so much for coming.
- Good to see you.
- Hi.
Thank you so much.
- See you in fellowship.
- Thanks for
Thank you.
Hey, I'm so sorry.
Come here.
Let's go out this way.
April 9th,
one saved message.
Hi, Liam.
It's me, Josie.
I'd like to buy some flowers
for Kiera.
Hydrangeas are her favorite.
All right. Perfect.
I'll get...
I'll get 24.
This is 12, grab that.
That will be $187.51.
Got my own credit card.
I want to see Billy.
Sign here, please.
don't ignore me on...
I know that I haven't been
a great anything, all right?
But I want to get to know her.
I'm not going
to cause any trouble.
It can all be on your terms,
but she's my daughter,
too, Josie,
whether you like it or not.
Can I have a little time
to think about it?
Of course you can.
Thank you.
You got a pen for me to sign?
You sign it
with your finger, Liam.
Yeah. I knew that.
Do you need help with those?
No, I got them.
Eight is thirty-two...
always try
to remember that one.
That's a really good one.
Do you want me
to cut you a piece?
- Ready?
- Cheers.
Good, huh?
So, sweet pea, there is...
There's actually something
I want to talk to you about.
It's about your daddy.
I thought you never wanted
to talk about him?
I did not.
But that is not fair to you.
You have a right
to know your father.
But that only is if you want to,
because if you don't,
that's okay, too.
I don't know.
He seemed nice to me.
The guy from outside the church
and the flower shop, right?
You two weren't exactly subtle,
if you know what I mean.
How did you get...
Now sweet pea,
we met when we were
very, very young.
But it's important that you know
that he did not
abandon you, okay?
He didn't even know
that I was pregnant.
He looked pretty shocked
when he saw me.
We should invite him
over for dinner.
Might help him process the news.
Are you sure?
Yeah, I'm sure.
You amaze me, child.
that's my blackberry!
Don't you dare eat that, Billy.
- Okay, Maria?
- Yes, ma'am.
Hey, try Liam.
- Of course, ma'am.
- Please.
Oh, and you know what?
Oh, hold that for a second.
I want a...
I want a Cobb salad,
just... I want it
with no chicken,
no tomato, no cheese, no corn.
You know, I'll call it in.
I'll call it in
because the last time,
you messed it up and you got
me something with bananas.
Yeah. Hello?
Liam, it's late, wake up.
Yeah, I am awake.
- Who is this?
- Hello?
It's Doris Grossnickle Hines,
your favorite lifeline.
Oh, hey, Doris.
Hey, so guess
where I have the paparazzi
thinking you are right now?
Uh, somewhere
in the Caribbean, right?
Yes. St. Barts
at a rehab for exhaustion.
They are on a wild goose chase
as we speak.
- Great.
- So, listen,
those pap smears
can only run around
that tiny little island
for so long
without figuring out
even in their tiny brains
that you are not there.
So, L-I-am, when am I
going to tell the public
that you are out
of that sexy little rehab?
Because your fans
are chomping
at the bit right now.
I'm in my hometown
right now, Doris.
An old friend of mine
passed away.
Oh, that's terrible.
I'm so sorry, Liam.
But, listen to me, funerals
are much better than rehab
for playing the sympathy card,
so what I want you to do
is take as many selfies
as you can of yourself
in the shower,
shirtless, bottomless,
I don't care, in the coffin,
by the coffin,
hugging the corpse.
It doesn't... just get
these pictures into me
and I will get you
the cover of People.
Yeah. Goodbye, Doris.
Did he just hang up on me?
Uh-uh. Uh-uh.
This is not good.
I need
to buy something, Sam,
on the internet.
- Are you drunk?
- No.
I have not been drinking. I...
Say if I wanted to buy
an espresso machine,
how would I...
How do I go about doing that?
Okay. You Google it
and you click buy.
Oh, it's... so it's that easy.
Okay. All right.
Say if I...
If I wanted to buy
some jewelry or a teddy bear,
how would I do that?
Okay. What the heck's
going on down there, Liam?
I mean, you said you're going
to be there for a few days,
- and...
- Yeah, uh...
I think I might...
I might be staying
for a little longer.
Okay. Great. So how long
are we talking about?
Turns out...
I have a daughter.
What? Shoot.
Liam, with a groupie?
My ex-fiance
from a long time ago. Um...
She's seven,
and her name's Billy.
Sam? You alive?
You... no, yeah, I'm...
I mean, wow.
Oh, Liam Page is a dad.
You think I'm going
to be terrible at it?
No, no, no, no, no.
I think you'll be great.
Hanging out
with a scarecrow loose
On the other side
The whine and the whistle
Of a passing train
Sounds so heavy...
I remember these plates.
Your mom used to use them
all the time.
You knew my mom's mom?
Yeah, I did.
I used to come
over here for dinner
all the time growing up.
He did, sweetie.
Back when this was
my mama's house,
Uncle Jake and I
were growing up.
Like the bear?
It's very big.
I mean, you like
teddy bears, right?
Yeah, when I was four.
Billy, manners, please.
Thank you, Liam.
You don't mind me
calling you Liam, do you,
since I don't know you
well enough to call you Dad?
Billy Anne,
what's gotten into you?
What? It's the truth.
I said I wanted to meet him,
but I never said
I'd be easy on him.
She's got a point.
Yeah, Liam is fine.
Liam's fine, Billy.
Open your present, Mama.
You don't have
to stay down
You don't have
to stay down
I don't know what to say, but...
May I be excused?
Of course you can, sweet pea.
Hey, Liam, you wanna see
my pet rabbit?
That sounds...
That sounds like fun.
You know what,
I'll come with you, okay?
Mama, I'm all right.
You're not gonna kill me
or anything, are you?
Billy Anne,
that's enough.
I'm just joking.
Come on.
You're not
seriously thinking about
letting that guy back
in your life, are you?
Yes, you are so cute.
Do you want some water?
Here she is.
here she is.
So, are you gonna take
her out of her cage?
No way.
She might bite me
or scratch my eyes out.
you mind if I take her out?
But if she bites you,
you only have yourself to blame.
Are you sure
you don't wanna pet her?
I'm sure.
She is very soft.
So, my mama played me
some more of your songs.
Oh, yeah?
You're better than I
originally thought.
So, I guess we should
get to know each other
or something.
Yeah, I'd like that.
Why don't you pick me up
after school tomorrow?
I would love that, Billy.
That was terrible.
I was terrible.
I mean, I don't know
how to do kids.
She hated that teddy bear
just like you hated
that necklace.
Liam, Billy doesn't need you
to buy her things,
and I don't need you
to buy me anything, either.
I can't accept this.
She got your smile, you know.
Got your laugh, too.
You don't remember my laugh.
I can't do that part
with you, Liam.
- Good night.
- No, no, no, wait, wait,
wait, wait, wait.
She asked me if I...
If I could pick her up
from school tomorrow.
Liam, this is moving
way too fast.
You're gone for eight years
and now you wanna pick up
my daughter from school?
Our daughter.
I'm... I have no right
to ask for much here at all.
I know that.
But I'm here now...
and I wanna be here, Josie.
I wanna get to know Billy.
Please, just give me
the opportunity
to do that.
- I'll beg.
- Okay. Okay.
You want me to beg?
I'll beg for you.
- Liam, Liam...
- I'll beg for you.
Liam, stop. Get up.
Fine, tomorrow...
meet me at 3:00
at the old benches.
We can pick her up together.
Thank you.
Do not be late.
I won't be late.
I promise.
What time?
What time was it again?
I know what time it is.
fancy meeting you here.
Can I help you with that?
What is this?
It's a car seat,
you know, for a child
to ride in a car.
- Never heard of it.
- Oh, my God,
maybe this wasn't
such a good idea.
I know what a car seat is.
Come on, give me
a little credit.
Okay, so, she's gonna be
coming out
of these doors right here.
Wow, same doors
we used to come out of.
Oh, man.
You need to get that?
No, no,
it's my publicist.
Is it the same phone
you've had since high school?
I don't...
I don't think so, no.
I remember it.
It's... no, it's...
I don't...
I don't think it is.
It has an antenna, Liam.
I mean, I just...
I like the phone, okay?
- Oh.
- Ooh.
Oh, it's Kiera.
I have to take this.
Oh, no, no, no, sweetie,
don't cry.
You know what,
I'm at Wilmington,
but I can be there
in ten minutes.
Is that okay?
I'm gonna call you
from the car, Kiera.
We'll be right there.
She's having
a really rough time.
So, you're going?
- You're going right now?
- Yeah.
I mean unless you don't think
you can handle this alone.
I... I'm... I'll just...
I'll take her in the car.
Okay, I'm gonna call Laura.
She's picking up
her kids anyways.
- No, no, no, no, no, no, no.
- It's really no problem...
No, no, no, I'm sorry.
Look, I...
My dad's house is like
two minutes from here.
I think I'll be...
I'll be all right.
- Okay.
- Yeah?
Billy knows how to put
that in the car.
Okay, that's lucky.
So, just pay attention
to what she says.
You call me the moment
you all get home, okay?
Tell her I love her.
All right.
Oh, man.
Jumping in the deep end, huh?
- Yeah.
- Car seat and all.
- Yeah.
- Where is your car?
Right here.
That's your car?
What's wrong with it?
I don't do convertibles.
They're too dangerous.
Come on. It'll be fun, no?
Do you know the stats
in surviving an accident
in a convertible?
No. No, I do not.
Well, they are low, Liam,
staggeringly low.
Do you wanna know
exactly how low?
You know what, I'm all right.
What about Grampy's car?
Do you like his car?
- Is his car okay?
- Yeah.
Yeah? All right.
Do you know Grampy's...
Do you not know his number?
on the count of three,
one, two, hold on, hold on,
be careful now, and three.
It smells good, doesn't it?
- Can I stir?
- Yeah.
You're going
to ruin your dinner
with that, you know.
Well, sometimes
you just got to let go.
Take a walk on the wild side.
Trust that everything
is going to be okay.
Is that chocolate
chocolate chip?
I mean, it's the only flavor
that matters.
You want some?
It's pretty good.
Grampy, is it okay?
Um, yeah, half a scoop,
all right?
Don't ruin your supper.
You want to do it, okay.
There we go, all right.
Now, we're living.
Yeah, look at that.
That's a mountain, wow.
Okay. All right,
one big, big bite.
Who can take the biggest bite?
One, two, three...
Whoa, that's a big bite.
- Uh-oh, uh-uh.
- Oh.
Guess what, brain freeze?
- Brain freeze.
- No!
- Brain freeze!
- Maybe this wasn't such
a good idea after all.
- One sec.
- Oh.
- What?
- It's going
- to ruin her supper.
- You should've seen
her face, Dad.
You should see all this gumbo.
Is this yours?
I found it in Grampy's closet
a while back.
Yeah, wow.
I have not seen you
for a long time.
How do you come up
with songs to play?
Well, the truth is,
I have not been
very good at it lately,
but don't tell anyone.
Well, just start playing.
Let's see what happens.
All right, smarty pants.
What do you want me
to write a song about?
Something about...
right now,
here with us.
Right now...
here with us.
Let's just start
with a melody, shall we?
That's nice.
I like that.
Who taught you to play
the guitar like that?
Well, my mom.
My mama did
when I was a little older
than you, actually.
I always do
Ow, ow, ow, ow,
ow, ow, ow, ow...
Oh, uh...
- You all right there?
- Yeah,
but grab that towel there.
See if you just...
Can get this other side.
It is pretty heavy.
What do you got in there,
some bricks?
Yeah, a lot of
gumbo and it's hot, hot, hot.
- Whoa, whoa, whoa.
- It's all right, yeah.
Smells pretty good, Dad.
That's a lot of gumbo.
You play the guitar?
So, how do you explain what
you're doing right there?
By watching
what you just did.
you didn't learn it
at school, or...
We don't have that at school.
Wow, uh...
How would you like it
if I took you to a shop
and bought you a guitar
of your very own?
Why? Yes, yes!
Yes? All right.
Then it's a date.
Hey, sweet pea.
How did your day go?
I had the best time with you.
Thank you so much, Liam.
Wow, thank you.
Me too.
I'll see you tomorrow
for guitar shopping.
So, guitar shopping?
Did you know that Billy
plays the guitar?
- Billy?
- Yeah.
She just picked it up
and started playing.
It was like...
It was pouring out of her
like she'd been playing
her whole life.
Billy can play the guitar?
That's crazy.
I'm sorry, I told her
I was going to get her a guitar.
Is it okay if we go
guitar shopping
tomorrow after school?
You should come with us
until you're comfortable with me
and Billy spending time
together, obviously.
So, you, me, and Billy?
Nothing's going to happen
between us, Liam.
I never said it was.
- Hey, Josie.
- Yeah?
Is it all right if I pick you up
from work tomorrow?
I'll pick you up
in my dad's car.
Oh, so she gave you those stats
on convertibles, huh?
Does your halo grow heavy
Hanging over your head?
Boy, you've held
my heart steady
Since the first day we met
Every time I lose my way
Only you can bring me back
Because your will
just don't break
You keep this train
on its tracks
Under the wings of an angel
Where my weary heart
can sleep
I can close my eyes
Without thinking twice
Because my soul's
been set free
Under the wings of an angel
Heaven comes to me
The Pearly Gates
are opened wide
To eternity
As the years
have grown longer
The shelves
are full of dust
And our love
is now stronger
Than the two of us
And the mirrors on the wall
The colors faded away
I could relive them all
To my dying day
Under the wings of an angel
Heaven comes to me
The Pearly Gates
are opened wide
To eternity
Yeah, the Pearly Gates
are opened wide
To eternity
When the nights
are growing colder
We can just stay right here
You took the weight off
of shoulders
And make the world
The Pearly Gates
are opened wide
To eternity
You know, I am so excited
that you're sleeping over.
Your mom said that you
like to be wrapped up
like a little burrito.
- Yup.
- Yeah.
- So...
- I...
am I doing this right?
Almost. Hang on.
Ah, you forgot
the feetsies on this side.
A little bit more?
There you go.
Perfect, like a little burrito.
- Okay.
- Hey, Liam,
can I ask you a question?
Yeah, sure.
What happened?
I mean, why did you
leave my mama?
Oh, man. Um...
Well, the short answer
is that I was young
and dumb.
And that's pretty much
the long answer, too.
All I can tell you is that...
this one night
me and your mom were singing
in a karaoke bar.
We were just goofing around,
but as luck would have it,
this record exec
heard me singing,
and he asked me
to record a song,
and then next thing I know
it's all over the radio,
and then I'm off on tour,
just like that
like one big wild tornado.
But why didn't you take
my mama with you?
I wish I did, Billy,
really I do.
But I...
I was so young,
I just... I didn't...
I didn't know...
I didn't know how to handle
being famous.
I guess I just...
I got lost
and I got lost
for such a long time
and I couldn't find my way back.
But you find your way back now.
You're back, right?
Yeah, I'm back, Billy.
I'm back.
- Hey, Liam.
- Uh-hmm?
Could I...
maybe call you Dad?
Yeah, I would love that
more than anything,
- really.
- Uh-hmm.
- Okay.
- Okay?
- Okay. Good night.
- Good night.
- You're going to go to sleep?
- Uh-hmm.
Billy just asked
if she can call me Dad.
That's a lot of responsibility.
Yeah, I know.
It's forever, Liam.
I know.
I'm ready.
I should probably get
inside or something.
Oh, ooh.
- Are you okay?
- I'm just a little bit tipsy.
Think maybe
you could drive me home?
Dad, I'm going
to drive Josie home.
You roll through life
like a rolling fire
I bring the rain
like a thunderstorm
You and me
Wild as a willow
in a hurricane
Strong enough to stand
in the stormy weather
We might be crazy enough
To make history
Because the world
just ain't the same
Since we got together
And if we don't die young
We might just live forever
You know, there is something
I would kind of love
to do with you.
- Uh-hmm.
- What's that?
I would love
to go on a date
with the Liam Page.
Now, come on, I never got
to experience that with you.
You know, we could
get all dressed up,
go for a fancy dinner somewhere,
drink tons of champagne,
watch your fans go nuts.
I'd love
to do that with you.
- Yeah.
- Hmm.
Are you ready for that?
Oh, I'm ready.
For a date, that is...
with the Liam Page.
How's Saturday night?
Better call your people.
Let them know you're coming out
of that Caribbean rehab.
My publicist
is going to be so thrilled.
Oh, my gosh,
he gets on my nerves.
Then he gives me
- like an hour.
- Failed the math test.
- But... exactly.
- Yes.
Because we don't even know.
- Hey, Billy.
- Hey, Dad.
Hey, girls.
- Bye.
- Bye.
- See you tomorrow.
- Yeah.
- Bye.
- Bye, Liam.
Bye, guys.
What's that?
Behind your back, what's that?
- Behind? Where? What?
- Behind your...
- This...
- What? In that hand?
- Here, right here...
- I can't see it.
- ...right here...
- I can't see even a thing.
- Right here, I got it.
- I can't even see a thing.
You got it.
You got it.
You got it.
You got it.
You didn't?
I did. You want to do it?
- Yeah!
- Yes?
All right.
Grampy's in his car,
so we're going to just
have to walk, I think.
Why is my car seat
in there, then?
I just... I don't know,
I put it in there just in case.
But I can pick the car up later.
- Come on.
- No,
I'll take it.
You'll take the convertible?
What about all the stats
you told me about?
Sometimes I got to let go
and walk on the wild side,
right, Dad?
Trusting everything's
going to be okay.
You are something else, Billy.
What kind of...
what kind of music
you want to listen to?
Well, the only one
there is, country!
That's my girl.
- Guess what?
- Woo.
You can ride
- In my little red wagon
- Woo-hoo.
Yeah, Dad,
now we're living.
The front seat is broken
- Woo-hoo.
- And the axle
- Is dragging
- Yeah.
- Woo!
- Yeah.
You can't step
to this backyard swagger
- Woo-hoo.
- Woo.
You know it ain't
my fault when I'm walking
Jaws dropping like, "Ooh."
Wow. Where did you
get this dress?
I borrowed it
from Ms. Laura.
She wore it to a Mardi Gras ball
down in Baton Rouge.
It's pretty, isn't it?
You're going to look
like a movie star in it.
Thank you, sweetie.
Can I put it on?
- Okay. Just lips, okay?
- Uh-hmm.
It feels perfect, uh-hmm.
- Want me to put a little on you?
- Uh-hmm. Uh-hmm.
How did I get
so lucky to get you?
- Oh.
- I'll get it.
Excuse me, sir?
Do you have any idea
where you're taking me?
Mr. Page wants it
to be a surprise for you.
I've never seen what New Orleans
looks like from up here.
It's quite a view,
isn't it?
She lived just over there.
We're going to land
right on the roof
of that hotel.
- Right, Jimmy?
- That's right, Mr. Page.
Wait. We're going to land
on that tiny roof?
Yes, we are.
Are you okay with that?
I guess so.
Well, hold on,
here we go.
Oh, welcome.
Welcome, guys,
to the French Quarter.
- Cody, you're up.
- Great to see you
- on Southern soil again, Liam.
- Hey.
You too, Cody. Yeah.
It's great to be here.
Yeah. On behalf
of everyone watching
on Country Music Live right now,
I think we'd all love to know
who is the beautiful woman
on your arm?
This is the one.
What's her name?
What's her name?
That's all I got, guys.
I'm sorry.
I'm sorry.
Oh, baby,
I'm caught up in your storm
I love your rain
pouring down
Ooh, washing over me
I want to feel you
under these clouds
Ooh, yeah, yeah, yeah
I'm caught up
in your storm
Now, does this mean
that the music just stopped
and everyone just walked
off the dance floor?
I think they did.
I still haven't
opened my eyes yet.
Wow. Yeah, they did.
Thank you.
For what?
For showing me...
how my life could be
with you in it.
- Good night.
- Good night.
Good night.
This is Sam, leave it.
Hey, Sam,
give me a call back.
I need to talk
to you about the tour.
That smells amazing, Johnny.
- Thank you, Josie.
- Hey.
Hey, now.
- Hi.
- Hey.
- Oh, hey, hold up.
- Go. Go. Go. Go.
We're all about
to sit down and eat.
We're hungry lions, man.
We're hungry lions.
- All right.
- All right.
Wait, wait, wait, wait.
You don't eat like that.
You got to put
the blood on, nice.
I don't think it needs
too much blood.
It needs some blood, I'm going
to put some blood on mine.
- And then you gotta...
- Smear it around.
And then you got
to smooth it around like that,
and then you're going
to hold it in the middle
like this,
and then you're going
eat it like a lion.
We're the kings
of the jungle right now.
- We're the only...
- Well, you're the king
and I'm the queen.
How's that, good?
- Delicious.
- Hmm.
- What's up man?
- Grab a beer, man.
Join me.
No, I'm all good.
I'm just kind of greasy
from the rigs, you know.
All right.
We'll be out here.
Billy! Hey, Liam,
do something, man,
she's choking.
Hey, it's going to be okay,
Billy, I got you.
- ...Billy's choking.
- All right? Come on.
- It's going to be okay, Billy.
- Billy?
Take a breath.
- Take a breath, sweetheart.
- Come on, come on.
Take a breath, come on.
She's not breathing.
One more. One more.
Come on baby, breathe.
Jake, it's not working.
- She's not breathing.
- I've got it, okay?
Jake, you have to do something.
Okay. I got this, okay!
- Calm down.
- Come on baby, breathe.
Come on, you got this.
Stay with me, Billy Anne,
- stay with me.
- A couple more,
- come on, let's go.
- You got this, baby.
All right.
One more, come on.
Julie, give her
10 CCs of epi and push it.
Come on, Billy, not yet.
Liam, sweetie,
would you go
get your daddy for me?
Sweetie, I need you
to go get your dad.
I think he went down the hall.
Go get your daddy for me.
Julie, just take him
to see his dad.
I don't want him to see this.
Come on, Billy Anne Page,
come on, there's still
a little more in you,
not yet.
- Not yet.
- Come on, baby, breathe.
Come on, you got this.
- Come on baby, come on.
- Take a breath.
- Come on, breathe.
- Here comes a big one.
Come on.
- Squeeze her.
There you go, you're good.
Oh, my God, you...
- Oh, my God.
- Let's go.
Let's get some water.
Let's have some lemonade, okay?
Oh, baby.
Hey, everybody want some milk?
She's all right.
She's all right.
She'll be just fine.
- Mama, I love you.
- Here's some lemonade.
You okay, honey?
- Yeah?
- Are you all right?
let's eat, everybody.
Here, drink
some more lemonade for Mama.
Oh, you scared Mama.
You scared me so bad.
You say goodbye
so many times
It's lost its meaning
And memories are gone
What's left to love?
Oh, believe me
Slowing down
Oh, believe me
Slowing down
It don't come easy
Man, I didn't know
you could sing like that, Walt.
I only sing in this bar.
And you...
you weren't old enough
to come in here
before you left.
You know,
I used to sing in here
with your mom.
You used to sing with my mom?
Billy and I used
to get quite the crowd in here.
But it was you
she liked playing with the most.
She was always so proud of you.
That's really nice
tonight, Walt.
Thanks, Fred.
You need a ride?
I'm all right.
All right, son.
Take it easy.
How you doing, Jake?
Good, Walt. Yourself?
You know,
I had a feeling you'd be here.
Hey, Freddy,
- can I get a beer?
- Yeah.
So you think
you're ready to be a dad
because you spent a couple
of weeks playing house?
- Uh-hmm.
- No.
My little niece was choking
and you just sat there, Liam.
I mean, she could've died
if she'd been alone with you.
Man, you got to be on 24/7
when you're a parent, Liam.
You think you're equipped
to keep that little girl
alive every day?
I ain't going to forget
all the bad years that Josie
had because of you, right?
And I was there for her.
I'm the one that got her
through them.
Josie finally managed
to rebuild her life
not just for her,
but for Billy, too.
Because you and I, we both know
that you're just going to find
some way to mess it up...
and it'll destroy them.
You might have
everyone else in this town
fooled right now, but...
you ain't fooling me.
I can't believe
you smashed your hand
through that bar mirror.
I'm almost done.
You'll be able to play again
in no time.
I never want to play again.
Now, don't say that.
Don't say that.
It's a God-given talent
to be able to play
and sing the way you do.
I don't deserve it.
Let's face it.
Just be honest.
I'm a bad person, Dad.
- Liam.
- Come on, it's okay.
It's true.
We've... we've all
forgiven you, son.
You shouldn't have.
I'm sorry.
I'm sorry that I left you.
I'm sorry that I didn't
get in touch with you.
Honest, I don't
know why I did it.
I know.
I know.
The further away I went...
the longer I was gone...
the more pain I was in, Dad.
I'm sorry.
I know you are.
I just didn't know
how to get out.
I know.
You know,
when your mom died, son,
I was so stuck
in my own grief...
somehow I overlooked yours.
I got comforting words
for everyone in this town
during their time of need but...
I wasn't able to talk
to my own son during his.
That wound,
that terrible wound,
losing your mom the way you did
at such a young age.
I think being famous
just fed that pain,
knocked down everything
in its path.
So I'm the one
who's sorry, Liam.
I'm so, so sorry.
Sitting waiting tables
While she's sitting
waiting for him to show
What her name or story was
Maybe I'll never know
She ain't trying to hide
What's going on inside
And I know
I've been there before
Waiting for somebody
at the only place
You'll see them anymore
Well, she's hiding
out there in her car
Smoking and crying
She don't have
to go too far
To figure out
that she's dying
Thinks her cigarette
will make it better
But she's just lying
To herself about
getting him back
She's still trying
Nothing's ever
going to change
But the time and man
It's flying
While she's smoking
and crying
She sees him pull up
in his old truck
With a brand new girl
I saw her face as she walked
into the place
And it wrecked her world
Wish I could go outside
and give her my best advice
And tell her
it would be okay
But I just drank my coffee
And then I went on my way
Well, she's hiding
out there in her car
Still smoking and crying
She don't have
to go too far
To figure out
that she's dying
Thinks her cigarette
will make it better
But she's just lying
To herself
about getting him back
Man, she's trying
And nothing's ever
going to change
But the time and man
It's flying
She's smoking and crying
Thank you. Thank you, London.
We love you, Liam.
We love you.
All right, all right.
Oh, man. Oh, man.
Great, great show, man.
Nice singing there, Stacy.
- Thanks, Sam.
- Liam,
that's seriously the best set
I think I've ever seen
you perform.
Man, I think
these new songs of yours,
they're just crushing it,
you know?
Just get me
out of here, Sam.
It doesn't matter,
please take your...
Liam, why are you
doing this to yourself?
What the heck happened
while you were home?
She almost died because of me.
Man, we were...
We were all about
to have dinner in the backyard
and Billy started choking
and I just... I froze, man.
I was paralyzed by it.
I'm not... I'm not
a fully formed human being, Sam.
I'm just not.
Liam, you froze with Billy
because you love her.
She could've died, Sam.
But she didn't die, Liam.
And look, we all mess up
sometimes, Liam,
but it's what you do
after you mess up that counts.
You show up,
you be there.
Now, you know what?
This whole time I managed you,
you ain't been nothing
but a big, fat idiot.
- You know that?
- Yeah.
Yeah, it's true.
And I get it. I do.
There are far better men
than you out there, no doubt.
But Josie
doesn't love them, Liam.
She loves you.
And lucky for her, man,
you love her, too.
- Doris?
- Yeah.
I need to get off this plane.
- You're what?
- I need to get off this plane.
Can you ask the pilot
to stay put, please?
- No, no, no.
- Tell the pilot...
You tell the pilot to go,
to fly away.
You know that we are supposed
to leave right now,
so we are going right now
into the air.
Can you just ask
the pilot to open the door?
You tell the pilot
that you are locking the doors
- and we are taking off.
- I need to get off this plane.
You are not getting off
this plane.
I'm getting off this plane.
You are performing
in Berlin in 14 hours.
In 14 hours, I'm going
to be in Louisiana.
- All right.
- For the love of God,
do not get off this plane.
April 9th,
one saved message.
Hi, Liam.
It's me, Josie.
I've called you so many times
I've lost count.
I still don't know why
you left me on our wedding day,
and I don't know
if I'll ever find out.
But I really need you
to call me back.
If you don't, I promised myself
that I'll never call you again.
I have to find some way
to move on with my life.
But I want you to know
if I don't ever
hear back from you,
I will always love you, Liam.
You will always be
the one for me.
And you'll have my heart
Hey, it's Josie.
Leave a message.
Hey, Josie.
It's me.
It's taken me eight years
to return this message.
I mean, I always wanted to,
but I knew that I needed to know
how to tell you
why I did what I did.
And I haven't figured it out...
until now.
See, my mom
was the love of my life
until I met you.
I know we were young
but the thought of possibly
losing you one day
the way that I lost her...
I thought my heart
couldn't take it,
so I ran.
But I can never move on, Josie.
And that message
that you left me,
I did listen to it.
I listened to it every day
for the last eight years.
And then when I met Billy,
my heart just burst open.
I thought I wasn't good enough
for you two.
But I'm gonna spend
the rest of my life
trying to be.
I'm never leaving
Saint again without you
and Billy by my side.
You're the one.
You've always been the one.
So you've been carrying around
this old beat-up,
really ugly cell phone
the past eight years
because of me?
And you really listened
to that message
every single day
since I left it there?
And you're not ever
leaving Saint again
without Billy or me?
Then I just wanted to say...
welcome home.
Hey, I'm Jake.
Hi, I'm Doris.
Well, it's nice
to meet you, Doris.
You smell good, Jake.
Yeah, woo.
Go, Billy.
- Woo.
- Woo, Billy.
you all know my dad.
This is a song we'd like to call
"Finally Home."
Seen it all
Endless nights
Storm clouds brewing
Tired heart
18 wheels, asphalt moving
Felt the hurt
along the way
Seen the tears
roll down her face
Because nothing
could ever take her place
Out there on the road
so long
Finally home
Sometimes it's hard to stop
a rolling stone
But wherever it may roll
It always seems
to find its way back home
Early sun rising
In and out of hotel rooms
I always wanted
Another town
to push on through
- Hanging memories
in my mind
Got me through hard days
and longer nights
But now I'm turning back
the time
I didn't realize
how far I'd gone
Finally home
Sometimes it's hard
to be a rolling stone
But wherever I may roll
I always seem to find
my way back home
Endless nights
That emptiness
lasted forever
When all I wanted
Was all of us
to be together
Finally home
Sometimes it's hard to stop
a rolling stone
But wherever it may roll
I always seem
to find my way back...
Still can't forget
the first kiss
The taste of your lips
After three glasses of wine
Still feel the brush
of your skin
Sneaking your hand
into mine
I've been around a lot,
guess I've seen a lot
And the only thing
that hasn't changed
Is the way
that my heart beats faster
When you cross my mind
Turn off the lights,
tear down the stage
I know it all
just goes away
And if it does
Baby, I won't lose no sleep
All that I want,
all that I need
Is just to know you'll be
at the center of my world
Always and forever my girl
Thought I could
keep my head down
Let it fade out
But you keep
pulling me back
You got a way about you
Attracting me like a magnet
I've been around a lot,
guess I've seen a lot
And the only thing
that hasn't changed
Is the way that your voice
Echoes through my mind
like that
Turn off the lights,
tear down the stage
I know it all
just goes away
And if it does
Baby, I won't lose no sleep
All that I want,
all that I need
Is just to know you'll be
at the center of my world
Always and forever my girl
It's like
nothing else mattered
Yeah, except for us
two ever after
Like nothing else matters
No, except for us
two ever after
Turn off the lights,
tear down the stage
I know it all
just goes away
And if it does
Baby, I won't lose no sleep
All that I want,
all that I need
Just to know you'll be
at the center of my world
Always and forever my girl
Forever my girl
Always and forever my girl
Forever my girl
Sitting in the dark
All night fighting shadows
And the urge to call you up
Hits me like an arrow
It ain't the whiskey
Or the loneliness
I'm feeling
It's the memories
of the little things
That keep me from healing
I'd give up all the days
I got left on this earth
Because without you
I don't know
what they're worth
I'd give it all for you
If you let me
This heart
don't have a home
Without you in it
And I stand before you
As a man who's been broken
Truer words
were never spoken
Is that enough?
Is that enough
For your love?
The flame I keep inside
Burns through rainy nights
Even though I've tried
To put it out
So many times
I've been watching sands
Fall through the glass
And I'll keep waiting here
for you
Until every grain
has passed
Give up all the days
I got left on this earth
All I got left
Because without you
I don't know
what they're worth
I'd give it all
For you if you let me
This heart
don't have a home
Without you in it, no
I stand before you
As someone
who's been broken
Truer words
were never spoken
Is that enough?
Is that enough
For your love?
Oh, love
I'd give it all for you
If you let me
I stand before you
As someone
who's been broken
Truer words
were never spoken
Is that enough?
Is that enough?
Is that enough?
Is that enough?
Is that enough?
Is that enough
For your love?
For your love?