The Gallows Act II (2019) Movie Script

- Do it.
- All right.
Oh, my gosh.
Oh, my gosh.
How did you do that, bro?
The Mexican demon named Charlie.
A Mexican demon named Charlie?
- Yes.
- You mean Carlos?
Oh. What, Vic?
Come on, bro.
Busted, man.
Come on, man.
It's just a game.
It's a stupid game, jeez.
Sad! What do you have
to say for yourself?
You guys wanna try something
with a little more kick?
Like what?
You can thank my dear cousin
for this hookup.
What's that?
No, man.
This thing first killed a kid
in the '90s
-named Charlie Grimille.
- Grimille, right?
And after that, his spirit
started popping up everywhere.
-I'm gonna like this.
- Yeah.
So, the real Charlie challenge
Okay, wait, wait.
We're going live.
"The year is 1710.
And yet, if I knew
it was the last year
of the life which is mine..."
"I am but a lowly peasant...
and I, too, long
for something more.
More than the life
my mother gave me.
She bestowed upon me the name
August Benjamin Rutherford."
- Whoa.
Vic, how are you doing that?
Whoa. It is scary.
- I ain't doing it, guys.
- Victor, man, come on.
What do you mean
you're not doing that?
- What are you doing?
- What do you mean no one
-That that Charlie thing?
Marcus is freaking
messing around.
Marcus? God, man!
It's just Marcus
screwing around.
I didn't do that, dude.
Hey, you saw what happened.
- Marcus, what the f
- Come on, man.
Help me clean this mess up.
You down here?
What are you doing?
You all right?
- Stop doing that.
Uh, yeah, Dad.
Hey, Rubies, it's Auna Rue.
Super exciting day today,
because I've hit
-a million followers.
Just kidding.
There's like 200 of you,
um, but maybe someday...
there will be more.
Anyways, uh,
other big news today.
In an hour, I'm moving
into Lisa's place.
And tomorrow morning
is my first day
at Fellbrook High School.
Fellbrook High School.
It's like...
the greatest school ever.
Uh, their drama program
is insane.
Fun fact:
Craig and Kate Parker
went there,
only two of, like, the biggest
Broadway stars
who probably have
a million followers.
I'm so excited.
And, uh, it's gonna be awesome.
It's gonna be really awesome
and I'm happy
and excited to share it
with you.
Anyways, uh, rambling.
I'll have more very, very, very,
very, very soon.
Hey, you!
How was the ride?
It was good.
I love all the vintage...
and the bodies.
I missed you so much.
Sorry. One sec, okay?
All right, no worries.
Hey, dog.
-Crazy busy, huh?
- Yeah.
This big show
is just kicking my butt,
-but it's good.
- Yeah.
Your whole line on display!
What is that?
That's Guymon
the Gargoyle.
He keeps the bad spirits away.
That's funny.
Uh, so where should put
my stuff, roomie?
Um, you can put it
just back there to the left.
Um, I'm actually
gonna be staying
out in the studio leading up
to the show.
I'm just gonna be working late.
It'll be easier.
Oh. Yeah, of course.
But it'll be cool,
you know what I mean?
You'll have the whole place
to yourself for a while.
- So cool, so cool.
I'm sorry, this is never ending.
I really have to take this.
Hey, I'm so sorry.
-No, no, no...
-Thank you.
My sister just got here.
It's been three years
and two children, Daniel.
I didn't ask for this
when we got married.
Your son needs you.
I need you.
It's gonna be fine!
I think it's a good monologue.
It's a Bertolt Brecht play,
it's perfect for you guys.
I think you should do it.
Uh, we gotta get--
We gotta get moving.
Okay, everybody.
Let's get it together.
All right.
-James P?
- Here.
- Here.
Auna Rue?
Our new student?
Oh. Welcome.
Okay, guys.
Many of you already know this,
but I will repeat it
for our new thespians.
NYU Tisch School of the Arts'
top scout,
good friend of mine,
Scott Lamont,
will be stopping by here
later in the semester.
So, we will focus solely
on our fall monologues
and those are gonna serve as
your audition pieces.
So, I need you guys to bring
your A-game
because this is
a big opportunity.
As I've always said,
what have I said before?
You can have all the talent
in the world in here.
What does it matter unless
they see it out there?
You got one shot,
one opportunity.
Are you quoting Eminem?
Hey, hey.
No, I'm quoting me.
You know, I was background
in 8 Mile.
All right.
Who wants to go first?
Um, Mr. Schlake?
Can I?
- Eager beaver.
Are you sure
you don't wanna
take a little more time
to workshop some material?
No, I - I have something.
Empress of Thayolund.
Mom, Dad, look.
I'm a princess.
Shh! Auna, be quiet.
No one can see my greatness
because it shines from within.
None of this mattered.
Today, I live for me...
and today, I can...
die for...
-Stop it.
- Look.
- Auna, stop it.
Why don't we stop there for now?
And you can revisit the material
and keep working on it, okay?
Sorry, someone's in here.
If you do this,
no one will see your greatness.
No one can see my greatness
because it shines from within.
No one need remember me
because it doesn't
None of this mattered.
I know that now.
Today, I live for me.
And today, I can die for him.
I went in, dude.
Just knee-deep, did not care.
Grabbed and snatched it
right out of the sky.
What were you
on last week?
Yo, why are you pouting?
- Still sad about Gina?
- He totally is.
- No.
- No?
Well, well, well.
It's my main man, Don.
- The ladies' man.
- Hey, man,
you still rocking
that V-card, though?
Oh, man. I heard the ladies
can't get their hands
off of him.
when you rock this pink shirt,
- I mean, why not?
- It's just rewiring.
Oh, heartbreaking.
-Let me get her number.
-Shut up.
No, she was shallow, though.
Come on, man.
It could work out well.
You're just like
a regular stand-up guy.
-I could take a few lessons...
- Hey, Don.
Uh, we're still on
for tonight, right?
Because, uh, I was thinking
about coming over
around 8:00,
if that's okay with you.
- Y- Yeah, it - It still works.
- Cool.
- See you, Don.
- Yeah.
We'll see you later, Stick.
Let her go, man.
It sucks
it didn't work out, bro.
- You have to
- Yo.
- Hey.
- Uh, hi.
I was about to do the whole
but, uh, I thought
it might be a little
- Little clich.
- Yeah.
- I'm Cade.
- I'm
Auna. Right?
Yeah. How did you know that?
I maybe saw you
on stage today.
Oh, God.
Oh, God.
Hey, it's fine. It's fine.
Oh, believe me,
it was - It was not fine.
No, seriously.
Well, I've heard that class
is tough.
Um, honestly, I don't think
I fit in here.
Ah, it's not such a bad thing.
You know, what you did
over there.
For Don? That was pretty cool.
You saw that?
Well, it was
It was really nice meeting you.
I'll talk to you later?
If you're lucky.
- What are you waiting for?
- What happened over there?
What was that?
"If you're lucky"?
"The year is 1710.
And yet, if I knew,
it was the last year
of the life
which is mine...
August Benjamin Rutherford."
It's really scary.
Victor, man,
come on.
What are you doing?
Um, I'm looking for a stage play
called The Gallows.
Let's see. I don't think
we have that,
but you're welcome to check
very quickly.
Stage plays are aisle three,
on the right.
I'm sorry, I didn't mean
to startle you.
But we're closed.
But I just...
I'm sorry. Um, can I...
I called you five times, Auna.
- I'm sorry.
- It's been an hour.
- I was in the library.
- And you didn't hear your phone
in the library?
Lisa, I'm sorry. Okay?
I just - I got caught up
reading a play.
So, if you like scary stuff,
I'm trying something
Charlie Challenge.
By the way, we could see...
some craziness.
"Sorrow, torment, pain.
Fear with every breath.
I am never alone,
wanted am I,
hunted am I.
beckons me."
Maybe you guys saw something
that I didn't.
But, uh, I hope you enjoyed
my Charlie Challenge.
Hey, can I borrow your charger?
Gunner chewed up mine.
Uh, yeah.
I just, um - I need it back
because my computer's
on its death-bed.
Good night.
You slept in.
Crap, my book.
Auna, I'm gonna be late.
Oh, you took your spirit
protector thing down?
Okay, 232
in your books, everyone. Two...
And we're gonna be talking about
three inventors in particular.
Thomas Edison,
Christopher Sholes,
Alexander Graham Bell.
Obviously, Thomas Edison,
the electricity light bulb.
Christopher Sholes invented
the typewriter in 1867,
and Alexander Graham Bell,
the telephone in 1876, okay?
So, in a very short period
of time,
the world is changing
very quickly.
We have light bulbs,
we have typewriters,
and we have...
Okay. And see,
that's what you did.
So, you notice
she changed her tactics...
...right when it...
Silence the phones
and witness the magic, people!
All right, who's next?
I'll go.
I - You went yesterday, yes?
I'd like to go again.
Well, we don't...
With every breath,
dost thou know such
malevolent anguish?
For I, I am never alone.
Wanted am I.
Hunted am I.
Ruin beckons me.
Shall I seek
the one I love again?
I call out...
but the darkness,
it answers not.
Yea, the hangman's noose
raises the hairs on my limbs
and quaketh the depths
of my marrow.
Yea, even strike the very fear
of death unto my soul.
He cometh...
for me.
It's two different people,
honestly, like, you know...
- No, but seriously though...
- Thanks. did you memorize
your lines?
Auna! Hey.
Hmm, good luck.
Hi, Cade.
This makes me lucky, right?
Hey, you talked to me twice.
Oh. Oh, yeah.
Yeah, you're basically winning
the lottery right now.
Hey, um, there's this
really good ice cream place
that I bet you haven't been to.
You doing anything
tomorrow night?
Uh, yes, yes.
Oh, okay, yeah,
maybe some other time.
Oh, wait, no, no, no.
I-- I-- I mean yes to the date,
uh, slash hangout or whatever.
Did you say date?
You did not say date.
I'm sorry, uh,
I'm saying date but...
Hey, it's a date.
Let me give you my number.
Uh, sorry, it's still off
from theater.
I'll wait.
- Everything okay?
- Uh, yeah.
Yeah, everything's fine.
- Ooh. Your phone is blowing up.
-Sure you're not already booked?
-Uh, nope.
- There you go.
- Thanks.
- So, I'll see you tomorrow?
- If you're lucky.
Oh, my God.
fear with every breath...
- I bid thee...
Dost thou know such
malevolent anguish?
"Oh, my love...
How art thou unafraid?
For the hangman cometh for thee,
for us both.
Yea, although I fear death,
I cannot abandon my love."
Yeah, it'll all be done
by tomorrow,
and I'm so sorry
about the delay.
No, no, no,
I'm finishing up the sleeves
and everything today.
Thanks, Stacy.
You got me.
Oh, hey, Mom.
Uh, no, I haven't seen anything.
Hold on a second.
Let me pull it up.
No, don't worry.
Yeah. I'll talk to her.
I love you, bye.
I don't know
what happened.
I don't know if it was just like
adrenaline pumping or what.
I - Mr. Schlake and everyone
even applauded.
Well, ice cream toast.
- What are we toasting?
- To you.
So what happened
in the first one,
the first audition?
Because that was really bad.
- Do you want me to leave?
- I'm kidding, I'm kidding
- Do you want me to leave?
- No, no.
Uh, yeah, it was pretty bad.
- You don't wanna talk about it.
- No, no, no, it's fine.
- No.
- It's fine, it's fine.
I've wanted to be an actress
since I was really little.
Your name up in lights
kind of thing?
No, no, it was never that.
That never even crossed my mind.
I, um...
I guess I just thought...
maybe, if I had a chance someday
to, like, prove myself,
I could make an impact.
You know, like, do something
really important or timeless.
But my parents and my sister...
- You're just Auna.
- Mom!
They never
really got it.
My greatness shines from within!
Auna, stop it.
Nobody did.
And, uh, that comes back
to haunt me sometimes.
But this
Charlie Challenge stuff,
all the views
and the followers,
it just - It just feels weird
and very real.
I know, but...
is this Charlie stuff
really gonna leave that impact
that you want?
I don't know.
But it's nice
to finally be seen.
What's up, Mr. Hollywood?
Hey! Just taking out
this lovely girl
- for the best ice cream.
- Damn straight!
- Hi.
- Hi.
- I'm Auna.
- Auna.
Did you know that you're on
a date with a superstar?
Now, Wally, come on.
- What?
- How's the folks doing?
I ever tell you that I was
in a production with them once?
Only every time I come in.
- Who were your parents?
Oh, it - It's nothing.
- It's not important.
- Cade.
Girl. Hey,
you're gonna be surprised.
Take a look at the picture
on that wall.
Hey there, honey!
Come on in here.
Oh, my God.
This is insane.
Um, I'm Auna.
Nice to meet you, Auna.
Oh, my God.
Why didn't you tell me
your parents are actors?
You never asked.
I bet he didn't tell you
about his old dream, either.
- Oh, Mom, please don't.
- No, she will.
He played
Little Ronnie Simmons
on The Redenbachers
for two and a half seasons.
- You did not.
- Oh, God.
Oh my God, I see it, I see it.
Our first Broadway opportunity
called for a pregnant woman.
- We committed for the role.
- Oh, we committed.
-Oh, gross.
Oh, that's just the story
we wanted to hear, Mom. Be nice.
I just got tired of it.
I got tired of having
it pushed on me.
I know acting is what
they really want for me, but...
Sounds like your parents
would swap us if they could.
You're probably not far off.
Opposites attract though, right?
Hey, do you want anything?
Uh, yes. One Ronnie Simmons
lunchbox, please.
Okay. Now, if this is
gonna be a thing,
- we're gonna have a problem.
- Hi.
- Hi. Sorry.
We didn't mean to scare you.
- We just, um...
- That's okay.
- Is that her?
- Yeah, it's her.
Could we get a quick picture?
Yeah. Hi...
Yeah, and another.
Yeah, one more.
Okay, cool.
Uh, we saw your
Charlie Challenge videos
- and we totally subscribed.
- I subscribed first.
Thanks, guys.
It was so cool
that Charlie was, like,
actually in the room with you.
Yeah, I can't believe
he picked you.
Wait, sorry, what are you
Uh, thanks.
- Keep making Charlie videos.
- Thank you.
Well, I hope my family
didn't freak you out too bad.
Oh, uh, no.
No, it was-- It was awesome.
Yeah, I thought so too.
Just hold still.
- What?
- You've got something.
Oh, shoot.
See you Monday?
God, Lisa!
- Sorry.
- Was that you?
- What?
- What are you doing awake?
- What are you doing awake?
Auna, what?
What happened to your hand?
I - I slammed it in my closet.
Are you okay?
- Look, I talked with Mom, okay?
- God.
And look, I agree with her,
all right?
You're wasting your time
with all of this Charlie...
garbage, I mean...
What are you doing?
Good night, Lisa.
- Auna.
- Have fun playing dress up
or whatever it is you do.
Okay, good talk.
Um... "Sorrow, torment, pain..."
Jesus, what is it? Um...
Are you okay?
This isn't like
what you did before.
Yeah, yeah, I'm fine.
I'm just a little off.
- You sure?
- Yeah, um...
"Yea, the hangman's..."
Be right back.
- Mr. Schlake?
- Yes, my starlet?
Um, I've been doing
some thinking
and, uh, I think
there's still some time
to try another monologue.
Oh, no, no, no, no,
listen, Auna,
everyone's had doubts.
Heck, I've had doubts, right?
And I know your confidence
in this particular material
has dipped, but, Auna...
people are gonna remember
this one.
Just do whatever you did
last time. Okay?
Sorry, what was that line?
I'll see you.
Where are we going?
Uh, I just wanna
show you something. Come on.
Not very many people
know about this.
Uh, who built this?
Nick did.
But I helped a little.
Oh, frick.
Come on.
It's cool, huh?
This thing looks really janky.
So ...
you bring all of your
lady friends up here?
Yeah, only the tens, though.
Although, there was Gina but...
she was more like an 11, so...
Ow! I was kidding.
Are you okay?
I mean, she actually ended up
being really fake, you know.
She's not as genuine as...
some people.
- What's this for?
- Hit record.
- I need a partner in crime.
- Wait, what?
I need to practice my monologue
and the fans have been waiting
for a new video.
So I thought we could do
Oh, Auna, come on. Not
Like, is it that important?
Yeah. Yeah,
it is - it is important.
My fans are important
and so is the monologue.
And if - I have to show them
I'm something, Cade.
- You understand...
- Hey, hey.
...if I mess it up, it...
I'm sorry.
You'll do this.
And maybe you don't see it,
but I do.
I cannot...
abandon my love.
I cannot abandon...
my love.
I cannot abandon
right in front of...
- Cade?
- I don't know what's happening.
- No!
No! Stop, stop!
- Are you okay?
- Me?
Auna, you were choking.
I thought
you were gonna pass out.
Just tell me what's wrong.
Cade, can you take me home?
Right now.
Let's go.
- I'm sorry.
- Oh, my God.
Did you...
I'm going to bed.
Mr. Schlake?
I need to switch monologues.
I can't do Gallows anymore.
Auna, that's not possible.
- You're
- Just let me give
Return to Thayolund
another try.
Just watch.
I never saw him again
after that night.
I don't understand
what's happening.
I can't think straight.
I can't sleep.
There's no one
to talk to.
I'm all alone.
Except that I'm...
never alone.
Since that night,
I've had this.
He is everywhere.
35th president
of the United States,
John F. Kennedy...
Would you mind reading
that section for us?
The middle of 460 please.
"In September 1961,
JFK signed the bill
the Disarmament Agreement,
and lo the terrors
that consume me cometh
by the Hangman."
- It's everywhere.
- Uh, I think you might be
on the wrong spot.
Try 470.
I can't escape it.
I feel...
so hopeless...
and so out of control.
I don't know
I don't know...
how much more
I can take.
Well done.
You about
gave me a heart attack!
Oh, good. Good.
I'm so glad you decided to stick
with the Gallowspiece.
- It's just dynamite.
- Wait. What?
Scott's gonna be
very impressed.
Mr. Schlake,
can you help me real quick?
Yeah. Stick to it.
That spotlight calls.
Animal control
will be here
to take care of the remains.
You two just take care
of each other, okay?
Thank you.
Look at us.
Why do you still have this?
Lisa, stop.
- No. Don't do that.
- Get this trash
- out of my house.
- I can't believe you.
This thing is hurting you,
it's hurting both of us.
You don't know
anything about it.
Oh, yeah? Auna, what
What the hell is this then, huh?
What, are you hurting yourself?
Auna, please. Just tell me
- what is going on.
- Oh, you care about me
all of a sudden, huh?
After treating me
like a stepsister
- our whole lives?
- Auna, stop this.
No, you got everything
from Mom and Dad.
They supported you,
they believed in you.
Now, I'm finally proving you all
so wrong.
I'm finally making a name
for myself.
And people are appreciating me.
Auna, I can't do this, okay?
My show is tomorrow,
my job is
What about my audition?
Wake up, Auna.
Nothing is gonna come
from that audition.
There are literally thousands
of other people
trying to do
the exact same thing,
and with a lot more talent.
You can't do this, Auna.
You never could.
Just give it up.
I'll let you pack.
Auna, please.
Good luck tomorrow.
I've reached the end.
The peasant hangs himself.
No, don't.
This is - This is live.
I'd like...
I'd like that.
He's right behind...
He's in the room with you.
No, please stop.
- I need this.
- No. What are you doing?
-That's mine.
-Someone is trying
to commit suicide.
She just took my charger
and said someone was trying
- to commit suicide.
- She said what?
So we're gonna need some
administration down here
in the computer lab.
We have a serious situation
with a student.
Hey. Wait. Excuse me.
Excuse me.
Auna? Five minutes.
Hush. Mary walks.
The smell of the moon
follows her.
But her eyes follow my cousin.
Would she kiss
a poor fishmonger?
Would she wrap her arms
around the stench?
Next up, Auna Rue.
you can go now.
Hey, hey,
where is she?
Where is she?
Do - Get out there.
Auna, go.
Auna, that was incredible.
- That was incredible.
- Thank you, Mr. Schlake
for everything.
- I knew you were a star.
The right person
to set the scene.
Scott Lamont,
it's a pleasure to meet you.
Oh, um, believe me,
the pleasure is all mine.
Listen, can we - Can we chat
privately for a moment?
Oh, of course.
Auna, this scholarship
is something
you really want, isn't it?
I - Yes, um, being, uh, a great
actress is my dream.
I got to tell you,
your monologue
was out of this world.
I don't think I've ever seen
anything quite like it.
How would you like to attend
the NYU next year
on a full scholarship?
Um, I'd love to.
- I would love to.
- Great.
Oh, you know what?
Uh, I'm just curious,
what's that monologue from?
I don't recognize it.
It's called The Gallows.
Oh, The Gallows, that's the one
the kids are doing, right?
Because it's haunted?
This Charlie kid, he, uh, um,
he hangs himself.
"Oh, now the show is cursed."
Some nonsense.
These superstitions,
this, uh, Macbeth,
break a leg, Charlie, Charlie
is all a bunch of poppycock.
- Are you
Well, we'll be
in contact with you
and, uh, Mr. Schlake.
So, um, great.
Hey, it's me.
Um, I just wanted to say, um,
I hope you have a great
audition tonight and, um...
And I'm sorry.
About the things I said.
You're talented, Auna.
You deserve better.
Call me back and, um,
let me know how it went.
I love you. Bye.
What do you want?
Hey, it's me.
Um, I just wanted to say, um,
I hope you have a great
audition tonight and, um...
And I'm sorry.
About the things I said.
You're talented, Auna.
You deserve better.
Call me back and, um,
let me know how it went.
I love you. Bye.
Charlie Grimille?
You shouldn't say that name.
Blake! Blake?
I need you back here.
- Hey, wait there! Hey!
Auna. Hey.
It's good to hear
your voice.
I'm sorry.
I am so sorry about Lisa and...
I guess I just...
I didn't understand
everything that was happening.
Cade, I'm so lost.
I don't know what to do.
It's really good
to hear your voice.
I've been doing more
research on this play.
I think I found someone
who can end all of this.
What are you two doing in here?
Did you check in
at the front desk?
Uh, nobody
was at the front desk.
We came to visit her, uh...
we're her cousins.
From Independence.
She hasn't seen us
in a long time.
Front desk. Never anybody
at the front desk.
Story of my life.
You got five minutes.
Don't do anything stupid.
I'll check in at the front desk.
I didn't know what it was.
Uh, I didn't understand.
I thought it was a stupid game.
The Charlie Challenge.
You should be careful.
Using his name.
Why do you say anybody's name?
To call upon them.
That's why you need
to be careful.
You really don't know.
Do you?
My sister is dead.
I need help.
The key is sacrifice.
What kind of sacrifice?
The willing kind.
I did the show for my father.
To make those
that did this to him pay.
He willingly
gave his life for me.
It was beautiful.
What are you
talking about?
Just tell me what to do
to make it stop.
It won't stop.
The killings?
They'll never stop.
Until a willing sacrifice
is made.
He wants you!
He's coming for you!
- Nurse.
- He wants you!
- Wait, wait, stop, stop.
- He's coming for you!
Let go. Let go of me.
Don't fucking touch me.
Hey, are you okay?
Auna? Hey.
You okay?
Oh, I won't let anything
like that happen to you.
What are you doing?
It doesn't matter.
I wish I had realized
that sooner.
Help! Help!
Auna! No!
Let go of me.
Let go.
Don't hurt her.
Stop your struggling.
Cade? Cade!
- Auna, are you okay?
- Cade! Cade!
- Stop.
- Let go.
You're "almostfamous."
It's the one who sent me
the Charlie Challenge video.
The one who's been messaging me,
watching me.
It must be one of you.
What the hell
are you talking about?
You're insane.
Get us out of this.
It's the sacrifice.
- A willing sacrifice.
- No. Auna, please.
This? Don't even talk like that.
One of you
must be willing.
That is what he wants.
Who is he?
One of you
must be willing.
That's what he wants.
- Take me.
- No, Cade.
- Auna, stop.
- No! It's my fault!
I love you.
It's my fault.
Please, don't do this to him.
It's my fault.
Let him live.
Take me.
Let him live.
Take me.
Why don't we
stop there now?
- Right, Lisa?
- You can't do this, Auna.
You never could.
- Give it up.
- Mom! Dad!
Wait. Read this.
Remember, your greatness...
shines from within.
Today, I live for me.
And today, I can die for him.
We did it, we did it.
This is "almostfamous99."
And I hope you enjoyed
a perfect Charlie Challenge.
No one, no one
Hears my calls
The darkness answers now
No one, no one
Knows the fear I face alone
Haunted, haunted
The words
And things left undone
Haunted, haunted
It's the final curtain call
The stage is set
The spotlight calls
I'm willing to bring this
To the end today
I live for me
Today I die for him
The sacrifice
To bring this to the end
Silence, silence
The whisperings begin
To grow
Staring, watching
I'll take my spot
The time has come
Haunted, wanted
The rope's been tied
The hand that takes is mine
Torment, ruins
It's the final curtain call
The stage is set
The spotlight calls
I'm willing
To bring this to the end
Today, I live for me
Today, I die for him
A sacrifice to bring this
To the end
I'm willing to bring this
To the end
Oh, I'm willing to bring
This to the end
The stage is set
The spotlight calls
Oh, willing, I'm willing to
Bring this to the end
Today, I live for me
Today, I die for him
A sacrifice
To bring this to the end
To bring this to the end
To bring this to the end
Lovely Woman