No Way to Live (2016) Movie Script

Afternoon, sir.
I'm here with the Dirby
home improvement company.
Do you have a moment
to take a look
at our top-of-the-line
portable vacuum cleaner?
It's actually next year's model.
See, this here is a 1959
portable vacuum cleaner.
It comes with attachments
for carpets and rugs,
and even a high-power
suction hose
to get into those
hard-to-reach places.
You're not off my property
in the next ten seconds...
What's going on?
You stepped in a gator trap.
We put 'em all around the house.
Otherwise them gators will just
crawl right into your living room.
I feel drunk.
You are. I gave you some
of daddy's whiskey.
- Thank you.
- You're welcome.
Oh! Sorry.
What's your name, anyhow?
- Monty.
- Like Montgomery Clift?
- I love him.
- Yes, I suppose.
- You're the salesman, right?
- I was. Not anymore.
- Oh. -Guess I wasn't
any good at it.
I'm sorry.
Don't be.
It was a lousy job.
Take a seat.
Come on over here.
Sit down.
Now I could've already
had this nigger arrested
for trespassing
and being a peeping tom.
But instead...
I helped get the trap
off his leg.
I helped you carry him
into my house,
out of the goodness of my heart!
So you better
take care of this...
Or else I will.
- Hi.
- Oh, hi. I was...
Just came to check on you.
Who is this?
That's my mother.
Oh, yeah, I see the resemblance.
She passed away last year.
I'm sorry.
It was an accident.
She slipped in the bathtub,
hit her head.
That's terrible.
Well, I'll let you
get your rest.
Come on, Monty.
Come on...
Aren't you hungry?
Not particularly.
- Well, I'll just put it here.
- I heard you last night.
Heard what?
I don't even want
to say it out loud.
Whatever you do in your own
home ain't my business.
If you would just walk me
on down to my car...
He makes me do it.
I got no choice.
You think that I want to?
He's been having his way with me
ever since my mother died.
You must think that I'm awful.
No. No, no. No, of course not.
I just...
I just thought...
I didn't know the whole story.
Nora, please!
This is not your fault.
You're not awful.
He is!
Why don't you tell someone?
Well, 'cause daddy is a very
well-respected man in the community.
And he donates more money
to the church than anyone else.
They'd never believe me.
Have you ever thought
of just leaving?
All the time.
But I don't have a car.
And if I took his, they'd...
They'd stop me
and they'd just bring me back.
And I don't have money either,
so I'm not likely
to get very far.
I don't have much money either,
but I do have a car.
What are you saying?
I'm saying I don't got nothing
keeping me in this town.
If you want to get out, I'll take
you wherever you want to go.
You'd do that for me?
Of course I would.
I kinda owe you one
for saving my life.
I didn't save your life.
Shoot, close enough.
You think about it
and get back to me.
I ain't going nowhere.
Okay, Monty.
I'll think about it.
He still here?
Well, he's not healed yet.
Just another day.
Big Jim.
What can I do you for?
I... I hate to bother you
during suppertime and all,
but I'm driving by and I see this
vehicle parked off your lot here,
and I'm wondering
who might the owner be.
- Evening, Nora.
- Hi, big Jim.
- Is everything okay? -Yes, ma'am.
Yes, ma'am. Just checking in.
Passing by,
thought I'd... stop.
Princess, them dishes in there ain't
gonna clean themselves, you know.
You sure you want
to do this, right?
- Yes, I'm sure.
- Good.
You're making
the right decision.
It's gonna be scary,
but just know that.
I know.
Hey, um...
I know this might be
a crazy idea,
but I mean, since we're on
the subject of crazy ideas...
Why don't we take
some of daddy's money?
He keeps a suitcase full of
cash underneath the bed.
Well, I mean, there's plenty
more where it came from.
It's only the cash
that he keeps on hand.
- It'll hardly be missed.
- Money's always missed.
Yes, I suppose you're right.
We wouldn't want to push
our luck, would we?
Well, I guess it would be
silly to move forward
and not have enough
to keep going, huh?
You sure it won't be
too hard for you to get to?
No, not at all.
I can just grab it
while he's asleep.
And there was one other thing
that I've been thinking about.
We will stay together, right?
I mean, it's okay
if you just want to drop me...
Is that what you want?
Yes, I would like that.
Well, then that's just
what we'll do.
- Monty?
- Yes?
Would you mind if I kissed you?
Just as I imagined.
What do we do now?
We wait.
See? He's all better.
Well, I won't be doing the Charleston
any time soon, but I'm getting there.
It's the one
I was trying to sell.
Guess I won't be
needing it no more.
That's very kind of you.
I'll put it inside.
Here, hand it to me.
- Whoa.
- Whoa is right.
Now let's get out of here.
Yes, ma'am.
yes, I'll wait forever
darling, I will never
love somebody new
I miss you
oh, I miss you...
That's better.
Maybe we should count the money.
Just to see how much
we're dealing with.
Let's do it later.
I want to celebrate.
To starting over.
To starting over.
Do you have protection?
- You mean a condom?
- Mm-hmm.
Um, I was hoping you might.
Oh, no, I'm sorry.
I didn't...
- I didn't...
- It's okay.
He never used them.
Daddy shoots blanks.
Don't worry.
I know something else we can do.
I miss you
darling, how I miss you
Longing just to kiss you
And hold you in my arms
Are we rich?
$10,000 sure ain't poor.
Sounds rich to me.
Hey, you know, I was thinking,
the old man's probably
mad as hell right now.
Probably got the police out
looking for you and the money.
I think our only option
is to go to Mexico.
Did you cut yourself shaving?
Mm, poor baby.
Mexico sounds nice.
Yeah, and $10,000 can do us
a lot more good down there.
Do you think
that maybe we could...
Get a house with a swimming
pool with all that money?
Just like
in "sunset boulevard."
Well, I don't know
about all that,
but we'll be comfortable.
How long will it
take to get to Mexico?
Maybe two days.
But in the meantime,
we gotta stay low key.
People start noticing a little
white girl and a black guy,
they're gonna get suspicious.
Maybe you could be my driver.
That's not a bad idea.
And I can sit in the back seat.
We can even get you a hat.
Okay, let's not get
ahead of ourselves.
Okay, all right.
You want me to play the help?
Pies 'n fries?
You're hungry, ain't you?
Are you kidding?
I could eat a horse.
I don't think they got horse,
but I bet they got burgers.
And milkshakes? You know you can't
have a burger without a milkshake.
Oh, ain't that the truth?
Now, what flavor
does my gal fancy?
Well, I used to fancy vanilla,
but right now I feel
like an entirely
different person, so...
Let's do strawberry.
Could I get two
of your biggest cheeseburgers
and two strawberry milkshakes?
Baby, please answer me
remember, don't make me cry
Don't say good-bye,
don't leave me
Don't say good-bye,
baby of mine, don't leave me
I said, we don't have
strawberry milkshakes.
Oh, then make it vanilla.
You'll have to take it to go.
I know.
Hey, where'd you go before?
- What's that? -I looked
out and you weren't here.
Oh, yeah.
I got this.
I also got this.
Get a condom.
My greatest mistake
was holding you so near
tell me a happy memory
that you have.
My greatest mistake
- no.
- Oh, come on.
Just pick one.
The first one
that pops into your head.
Okay, how about when I met you?
That doesn't count.
Well, I don't have too many
others to choose from,
so maybe it can count for me.
Where'd you grow up?
A small town in Texas.
What about your parents?
Never met my father.
And my mother left me
when I was just a baby.
I'm so sorry.
The home had mostly white boys,
so I got into my fair share
of fights growing up.
I always dreamed of running
away, but I never did.
I guess that's why I wanted
to help you leave so bad.
You can't control
what kind of life you get,
what kind of messed up
parents you got.
It's like a big lottery
and you either get
a great one or a rotten one.
Unless you change it yourself.
That's right.
My greatest mistake
was to fall in love
I want this one.
And this one,
and this one, and this one.
I want this one.
And this one.
I love this one.
I want this one.
You're my driver.
You're permitted.
- I love this one.
- I don't know.
Well, what's the fun
in having a bag full of money
if you can't go shopping?
You're just gonna spend
all the money, huh?
What do you think?
It's a little flashy, no?
When you said let's get a hat,
I didn't exactly
have this in mind.
Like Montgomery Clift.
Why, how do you do, ma'am?
I'd be better if you'd
come on in here with me.
What it's like
sometimes make me, make me,
make me want to cry
Ah, you can't break
oh, a broken heart
lie and cheat,
pretend you're sweet
Use your lips to tell lies
Flirt around
to break my heart
But you can't stop it
hey. Hey!
Y'all get out of here.
Come on, come on, now.
Is there a problem?
Yeah, there's a problem.
There's a big problem.
We don't cater to
nigger lovers 'round here.
What'd you say?
I said you can
get out of my store.
That son of a bitch!
Nigger lover?
Who does he think he is, huh?
- I should knock his teeth...
- Monty! Calm down.
I'm not gonna calm down, Nora.
I've been dealing with folks
like that my whole life.
I'm tired of it.
Why should I calm down?
Everything's okay.
It's okay.
I know I always ask for
more excitement in this town,
but I sure as heck could've
done without seeing this.
Homicide's here.
Bunch of a-holes.
I'm detective Giddins, homicide.
My partner, detective Bradford.
- The body in there?
- It sure is.
And the wife's
nowhere to be found?
Not nowhere.
How about suspects?
Anything catch your eye
around here lately?
Hey, baby.
Where are we?
Can you explain exactly
what's going on? Huh?
He was your husband?
And he's dead?
Are you some kind
of sicko or what?
- Hey, just calm down.
- No, I'm not gonna calm down!
We're in the papers!
It's true. I haven't been
completely honest with you.
Yeah, no kidding!
But that's 'cause I was afraid.
I was afraid
that if you knew the truth,
you'd never want
to see me again.
I told you he was my father because
I needed to get out of there.
He was still abusive.
Everything is still the same.
No, it's not.
There's nothing wrong
with a husband fucking his wife.
He bought me.
What you mean, he bought you?
I was just 13.
My mama didn't have any money...
And then Earl came along and...
While the other girls were
kissing their Elvis posters...
I was being sold
as a child bride.
And I didn't want
to do any of it.
He took my virginity and any
bit of innocence I had and...
I hated him for it.
So you killed him.
Not on purpose.
I didn't do it on purpose.
Monty, please,
you have to believe me.
He woke up while
I was trying to leave...
And he grabbed me
and he had his hands
around my throat,
and I couldn't breathe.
And then there was a letter
opener on the bedside table,
and I took it in my hands,
and I stabbed him in the neck,
but it was only
to get him off of me.
I didn't mean to,
and I was just so scared,
and I didn't know what to do,
so I just ran out of there
as fast as I could.
Monty, please. You have to know I
would never do something like that.
You know me.
Monty, please.
I just love you so much
and I never meant to lie to you.
Can you ever forgive me?
You... you really love me?
Hey, what's this?
Just thought it might be useful.
Let's see.
"Cunto cuesta?"
Know what that means?
It means
"how much does it cost?"
Come on, try it.
Cunto... cuesta?
See? You're a natural.
You'll be a Caballero
in no time.
A what?
It means "cowboy".
Even I know that.
Dnde... est... los...
You okay?
Come on, man. Oh.
Oh, you got to be kidding me!
The tire's flat.
- What about the spare?
- That was the spare.
Well, someone's bound
to show up here eventually.
Yeah, that's what I'm afraid of.
You know you're not supposed
to drive on the spare...
Thank you. I know.
What seems
to be the problem, miss?
My driver got a flat.
You wouldn't happen to know
a shop nearby, would you?
There's a mechanic
just down the road a while.
You wouldn't be so kind
as to take us there?
Why don't you just come with me?
Actually, I thought
we could all go.
Don't you want to stay here
and watch the car, boy?
It ain't going nowhere.
Besides, I'm the driver.
I know what it needs.
All right, that's fine.
You ride in the back.
Where y'all headed?
I'm glad you asked that, Jerry.
We're heading to Mexico.
Man, that's nice.
No, it isn't nice.
I can't go to Mexico.
I'm coming into an inheritance
back in Florida.
Listen, I'm gonna open
this suitcase up.
I want you to look inside,
but be real discreet
about what you see.
All right.
Wow, that's a lot of money.
Sure is. That's $10,000.
That's more than I've seen
in my entire life.
What's a pretty little thing
like you doing with all that?
That doesn't matter.
Let's talk about your gun.
My gun?
Judging from the deer
in the back
with the bullet
between its eyes,
I can only assume you know what
you're doing with this thing.
I'm a good shot.
What's that got to...
Jerry, I want you
to listen to me.
I'm gonna ask you
a very serious question.
You don't need
to answer right away.
I want you to think
about it, okay?
I will give you this suitcase
and everything in it...
If you kill
that man in the back.
Hope it wasn't too bad
back there.
I'll go get the tire.
Don't be too long.
Okay, time's up.
We in business or not?
I don't know.
I mean,
I guess I need the money.
- Sure you do.
- How you doing, brother?
I'm all right.
I got a flat about
five miles down the road.
I don't know.
Don't talk.
It's a lot of money.
You sure could need it.
It's all yours just by moving
one little finger.
You know, it's no different
than shooting a deer.
And I'll get rid of the body.
Nobody's gonna miss him.
He's just gonna be
another dead nigger.
You gonna do it?
Come on.
You gonna do it?
You gonna kill him?
- Say it!
- Okay!
I'm gonna kill...
I'm gonna kill him.
Now let it out.
- Ahh!
- There you go.
Zip up.
Ready to roll?
We got it from here.
I was thinking
maybe I'd stick around,
make sure you got that on okay.
Good for nothing son of a bitch.
- I'm sorry.
- That was the perfect chance.
I can't.
You're a disgusting little man
and I hope you die with no money
and I hope your family starves.
- I'm sorry.
- Coward.
Just getting our bag, darling.
- How's the tire?
- It's on.
Maybe we should stop there.
We keep driving, we can make
it to the border by morning.
But I don't want
to stay up all night.
Let's get a good night's rest
and head out tomorrow.
Just take a nap. Here.
Use my jacket as a pillow.
I'll stay awake.
Can I at least stop to pee?
Can't see a damn thing
in this rain.
I told you we should've stopped.
Baby, I told you,
we can't afford to stop now.
We're only a couple hours
away from the border.
- Hey, Monty?
- Huh?
Can I sit up front with you?
You know what I could really
do with right now?
- Huh?
- A burger.
- You want a burger?
- Yeah.
- From where?
- I don't know. Wherever.
What's your favorite
kind of burger?
- Cheeseburger?
- Mm-hmm.
- You're silly.
- No, you're silly.
Why you throw my pipe?
I was having a good time
smoking my pipe.
- I'm sorry.
- See, I got another one.
This is a bridge...
This is a pipe bridge.
- I'll smoke it.
- You want to smoke one, too?
You love pipes, too?
- Sure.
- Sure?
How do you do it?
Well, yours looks
a little more like a cigar.
So I would say...
Here, you can take mine.
You smoke the long end
and I'll light my cigar,
all right?
I puff the cigar.
Get the smoke,
it's all out there.
You don't got any smoke yet!
Come on now.
It's lit.
- It's lit?
- It's lit.
- Now you can smoke it.
- Okay.
Don't cough, though. Ow.
You okay?
- I got something in my eye.
- Oh, no.
Yeah, you see it?
Oh, god.
Your eye is watering.
Can you blow it out?
Are we in Mexico?
We're in what used to be called the
crest hill orphanage in Texas.
There's a few other "whys"
we need answering
before we get to that.
Like why did you try to kill me?
$10,000 is a good chunk
of change,
but I don't believe
you'd murder me for it.
Hell, by now you know money
don't concern me much.
You could've had the whole
thing just by asking.
Unless there's more
money to be had?
Maybe an inheritance?
Yeah, 'course there is.
So you didn't really want
to go to Mexico, did you?
And you weren't really
sold to him, either.
And there was no struggle.
- Oh, monty...
- Was there?
You murdered him in cold blood,
your own husband, for money.
And you were gonna kill me next.
Well, that ain't gonna happen.
Take a look around you.
This here is where I grew up.
You learn real fast how to
survive in a hellhole like this,
especially if you're colored.
Yeah, you're not
the only smart one.
See, I know all
of this about you,
but you know
very little about me.
Allow me to fill you in.
I left the orphanage
when I was eighteen,
but before I did,
I broke into the file room
and found out where
my birth mother was living.
Celia Weaver?
- My mother?
- Our mother!
Who's that?
That's Nora.
My... my daughter.
Where is she?
She moved to Crawfordville
just a few towns over.
Oh, dear.
Um, let me get that.
I'm gonna get something.
That whole time I thought
she just wasn't ready
to have a child,
but it wasn't that at all.
She just couldn't bear the shame
of having a nigger for a child.
So a few years pass
and she has you.
And you got everything,
everything I should've had.
That's when I realized
I had to find you.
She told me where you were, too,
but I was looking for Nora
Weaver, not Nora Thompson.
So I got me a job that allowed
me to knock on every door
until I found the face that matched
the one I saw in the pictures.
Just imagine how I felt when I
finally found you, my little sister.
Don't worry,
I'm not gonna kill you.
Just gonna teach you a lesson
that'll stay with you
for the rest of your life.
Aah! No! No!
Oh, if mother
could only see us now!
You okay?
You should've told me
what kind of man he was.
I'm just as surprised
as you are.
Guess you want
your money now, huh?
You know, you really are
a good shot with that thing.
Had this gun eight years.
You know you hold it wrong.
Huh? No, I don't.
Let me see.
What the fuck?
Hello, Nora.
Hi, big Jim.
These are for you.
Oh, thank you.
That's very kind of you.
Okay. Okay.
You know, I was working with
the detectives on your case.
I was a wreck.
So there were two kidnappers?
That's right.
You turned their gun
on them, huh?
I don't really want to talk about
it right now, if you don't mind.
It was just so awful.
Hold on now.
I thought they were
taking you to Mexico.
What were you doing
in that Texas town?
They were lovers, Jim.
You know, they used to
take the car out into the woods
and stop there
so that they could...
Suck on each other's things.
They made me watch.
Sick queer bastards.
Told you it was awful.
Nora, I've been
thinking a lot...
About what we talked about.
What did we talk about?
You remember
that one time with Earl?
He was out to the store
and you said you really like me.
- Oh, yes.
- You said...
I don't know, you said maybe
we could run away together.
You remember
you said that, right?
I remember.
You said the only problem
was Earl.
Well, now that Earl's gone,
well, I guess I was
just wondering maybe...
I don't want to talk
about that right now.
You know, there's a lot
that's been going on,
and as you can tell,
I'm very emotional.
I don't think
that's appropriate at all.
Of course.
I'm sorry.
Goodness gracious, uh...
I should get going.
I sure am happy
to have you home.
I know.
Hello, ma'am.
So sorry to hear of your loss.
Thank you.
Would you please take a seat?
Can I get you anything?
You're still residing at the
one lake view road residence?
Well, this is a little tricky.
What is?
Well, it says here that your
husband, Earl Thompson,
owned that house
with a Sally Thompson.
- Do you know who that is?
- That is his sister,
but he hasn't spoken
to her in years.
She's still a majority owner
of the property
as it was handed down by
Dwight Thompson,
who I'm assuming
was their father.
Um, I guess since
you're living there,
we could still make
a claim with the court,
- but then we're dealing with...
- Forget about the stupid house.
I don't care.
She can have it.
Tell me, how much money
am I getting?
Yes, money. How much?
Mrs. Thompson,
there is no money.
I'm sorry.
I'm really sorry.
This can't be right.
So far my mother
and husband have died,
and you haven't been able
to get me a stinking cent!
You know, I haven't,
but you were emancipated.
There's no social security
benefits after that.
I couldn't do anything.
Well, there must
be something we can do.
- I'm afraid not.
- Don't talk.
Oh, god. Listen...
- I'm a married man.
- Oh, but that doesn't matter.
It does matter, and I think
I have to ask you to leave
the office now, please.
Good-bye, ma'am.
Stop it!
No, no, no!
Miss Thompson,
I'm detective frank Giddins.
Oh, hi.
Is something the matter?
No, but I was assigned
to your case.
Just wanted to show my face.
Well, it's a lovely face.
If you don't mind,
I would like to talk to you.
Nothing important.
It's just that
I've been on a number
of these cases,
and it's rare I get
to speak to the victim.
They usually aren't so lucky.
Oh, well,
I'd hardly call it luck.
Oh, no, sorry.
Of course not.
I just meant I'm happy
to see you home safe.
Would you like to come in?
Went to Carol's I see.
I like it there.
Nothing fancy, mind you,
but they do got the essentials.
Never been much
of a cook myself.
I can throw a burger on the
grill, but that's about it.
- Mind?
- Go ahead.
- You like burgers?
- Excuse me?
Burgers. You like 'em?
I suppose.
Oh, that just means
you haven't had a good burger.
Where's good?
Let me think.
Have you ever
been to pies 'n fries?
It's a nothing little place.
Never know from the outside,
but, boy, do they have
a juicy burger.
Just thinking about it
makes me hungry.
Um, mister...
- Frank.
- Frank.
Um, I'm sorry, but I really do
have a lot of housework
to do today.
Oh, sure. I get going.
I'm sorry, it's...
No need to apologize.
I came by unannounced.
Well, have a good
rest of your day.
You, too, Nora.
I'll see you soon.
It's me.
I have some exciting news.
Listen, I'm really sorry
about how short I've been
with you lately.
And it's just because
I can't stop thinking
about all the terrible things
that have been happening,
and knowing that nothing
will ever be the same.
It must take its toll.
Well, I've been thinking a lot
about what we talked about.
- You have?
- Yes.
And I really want to start over,
and I want to do it with you.
Let's run away.
Oh, Nora,
I can't tell you how long
I've been waiting for you
to say those words to me.
- So the answer is yes?
- You bet.
Oh, then let's leave today.
Oh, well, hold on now.
I gotta tell my mama first,
and my captain.
No, no.
You can't do that.
Why not?
Well, because...
Because you're the sheriff,
and your father
was the sheriff, and...
Well, what will they
think of you
if you just pick up and go?
They'll talk you into staying
and they'll make you
feel guilty.
Listen to me.
Ain't no joker gonna be
making me feel guilty.
Look, you are who I want.
I want to be with you,
and I'm gonna... hey.
I can get a job in any old town.
I understand,
but the only way to go,
the only way for us to go
is to just leave.
That's a good one.
- Gentlemen.
- She bite?
- She did.
- What happened?
You put the fear in her.
She's ready to run.
I knew it.
That girl's as guilty
as a cat in a fishbowl.
- When she gonna leave?
- Sometime in the day.
That's when we'll
make the arrest.
Just gonna teach you a lesson
that'll stay with you
for the rest of your life.
We'll see about that,
you nigger.
Kinda feels strange,
all this for a teenager.
Teenager or not, we're talking
triple homicide here.
See, that's what I mean.
You don't seem surprised.
I'm not.
I had a case once,
seven-year-old girl
put 40 packets of rat poison
in her father's coffee
'cause he wouldn't
let her stay up late.
Took one sip and he was dead.
Brought her to the station
for questioning,
but she was seven,
so we suspended the sentence.
Two months later,
her mommy took
away her favorite toy.
Know what happened?
She put another 40 packets of
rat poison in her mama's drink.
She didn't make it
past one sip either.
Were you surprised then?
Only that her mama still kept
rat poison in the house.
Well, there's Jimbo now.
How you feeling?
Um, pretty fine.
Do I head over there now or...
We'll be waiting outside
to make the arrest,
so you're gonna
walk away from the house
like you're walking
towards your car.
Then we'll come
and take it over.
When we make our report
on how this went down,
you're gonna look good.
Probably get a promotion.
I'm already town sheriff.
How about the county sheriff?
How about that?
Oh, I don't know.
I kind of like it where I'm at.
Where's your gun?
I'm off duty.
Gonna need a gun, Jim.
Right on time.
I just have to finish packing.
Oh, I can't tell you
how excited I am!
What's wrong, honey?
You're perspiring
and your face is all red.
I'm sorry. I, uh...
I'm gonna step outside
real quick.
I'm gonna take a sip of air.
- All right?
- Yeah.
I'm gonna need your help
over here, strong man.
Of course.
Oh, what would I do without you?
Nora, I really need
to talk to you.
Tell me in the car.
I don't want to stay
in this town a second longer.
No, but I want to tell you, i...
I need to talk to you right now.
Nora! Nora!
Put your hands in the air.
- Hands.
- Hold on one second.
- Hold on one second. -Officers,
what seems to be the problem?
I said hands!
I'm sorry, all right?
I'm sorry!
yes, I'll wait forever
darling, I will never
love somebody new
I miss you
darling, how I miss you
longing just to kiss you
and hold you in my arms
since you went away,
the tears are falling
Just like falls the rain
Can't you see
my heart is slowly breaking?
Please come back
and ease the pain
Believe me
when I say I'm sorry
darling, please forgive me
Give me one more chance
since you went away,
the tears are falling
Just like falls the rain
Can't you see
my heart is slowly breaking?
Please come back
and ease the pain
yes, I'll wait forever
darling, I will never
love somebody new
yes, I'll wait forever
darling, I will never
love somebody new