Cold Feet (1997) s08e06 Episode Script

Series 8, Episode 6

1 Listen, a date for your diary! A week on Sunday, it's my choir concert.
- Do we have to? - Oi! - It's for Cancer Research.
- That's a yes.
- Cutlery? - Er, in there.
- We'll all be there, love.
- Great! I'll put you all down for tickets.
I know it was only a photo, but I sort of felt I should be in character.
So what does Nina B St James sound like? Like a woman who can make men out of boys.
You actually look scared.
- Give over, will ya? - What? Playing footsie, rubbing your leg against mine.
I was hoping you'd think it was Jen.
- Not hairy enough.
- Shut up.
Rumour has it you're seeing someone.
Me? Matt told our Adam you keep disappearing off to your room.
Yeah, well, it's the only place I can get any privacy.
Ew! Are you still doing that? I've often heard him up there having secret conversations on the phone.
- Have you? - I don't know who with.
Well, the bank.
Either that or I'm listening to Book At Bedtime.
- Oh, aye.
Fifty Shades? - Yeah.
Lovely to see you.
Oh, erm, I forgot my phone.
I'll see you out here.
I'm sorry.
For God's sake - That was unbearable.
- He heard you on the phone.
- Have you any regrets? - None.
I'm getting sun stroke.
Have you got your phone? - Yeah, I've got it.
- Bye.
Hey, erm, do you want to invite a couple of friends over tomorrow evening? Ellie, Olivia, a few others.
- A gathering, mind, not a party.
- Great, thanks.
I've been thinking I might ask Olivia out again.
- Once her exams are finished.
- Really? Yeah.
We've been getting on really well lately.
Yeah, I know, I saw that.
You have a lot of history, you two, you know? And we're all so close.
If - If it didn't work out again - Yeah.
- So you think I shouldn't? - No, that's not for me to say.
You won't mention this to Karen? - No, no.
No need.
- Thanks.
- Have a good day.
- See you, son.
Oh, isn't Benjamin here? You said you wanted to talk business.
- No, he's on his way to LA.
- Wow, Hollywood.
- Yeah.
- Oh.
OK, I've got some good news and some bad news.
- Right.
- One of the American majors has got wind of Benjamin's novel and they want to partner with us.
They want an option on two further novels by Nina B and the movie rights.
Benjamin is there now meeting Jennifer Lawrence.
She's interested in playing the lead.
Jennifer Lawrence?! Ah, great.
The Hunger Games, one of my favourite films.
Obviously, they have offered a very healthy sum, which, if the books take off, will become even healthier.
Of course, they might not.
- But if they do - If they do, then then the shareholders will see the benefit.
- Yes.
- And until last week - .
.
I was one of those.
- Yeah.
You didn't know about this when you were negotiating my? Oh, come on, David.
Sorry, sorry, Karen.
Sorry, no, that's unfair.
Well, look, I would like to give you some of my dividend.
Karen No, you've worked very hard for your success.
You deserve every penny.
You can't afford sentimentality in business.
But thank you.
I appreciate the thought.
I'll let myself out.
Oh He's been on at me to invite you over.
I think he's been feeling a little bit left out.
I've not.
It's just that, er, Jenny's told me so much about you.
Well, strapped to a drip, she's forced to enjoy my company.
- More veg? - No.
That's too much for me already.
Thank you.
Oh, come on.
You want to keep your strength up.
Pete.
- Sorry.
- Just leave what you don't want.
Erm Some wine? - I, erm - Oh, sorry.
Not on medication.
Actually, yeah.
I will have a bit.
- Sorry.
- Pete relax.
He's all right.
You're OK, aren't ya? Are they like this with you? - All the time.
- "Eat your greens.
" "Don't have too much cereal.
" "Are you going to be in there much longer?" Shut up.
Genuinely, thanks for the invite.
Where does Matt think you are tonight? A works do.
Though I could've told him I was going to the moon and he wouldn't have taken it in.
Er, where's your olive oil? How many times have you been here? Yeah, well, I mean, I wasn't taking notes.
Whoa! Whoa! - Packet soup? - Oh, come on.
You're not going to start judging me, are you? It's too late for that.
Does this feel weird to you? What's weird is that it doesn't feel weird.
Kids! Hey, kids! Kids! Can't you go to the pub? - We're watching a movie! - But you're not, are you? You're just chatting and on your phones.
You're not even looking at the screen.
Well, we don't need to.
We've seen it before.
- Can't you at least turn it down? - It's an action movie.
You have to have it on loud.
Matt? Well, that was good timing.
We wouldn't have heard that.
Probably the neighbours coming to complain.
Er, no, Adam said Matt could have a few friends round.
- Well, he might have asked me.
- Hey! - Oh, hi, David.
- Hi.
- Hello.
- Hi.
Hi.
Hi.
You're not going to keep me awake, are you? Well, that depends on whether you're trying to get to sleep.
- You could go to the pub.
- Glasses.
I don't know what the others are going to make of it.
- It feels like we're cheating, doesn't it? - Hm.
We're going to have to tell them.
- Well, Pete already knows.
- What? Well, only that we kissed at the festival.
I told him.
Are you out of your mind? Well, I think we both blamed the weed.
My God! Holy shite, someone's coming! Get dressed.
David! - Oh, Jes - Oh, you're here.
Liv! Your dad's here! - No, Liv's at Adam's.
- Oh, of course she is.
I forgot.
Having an early night? Why are you here, David? - It's party central at Adam's.
- Oh.
You don't mind me just letting myself in, do you? - You did say treat it as home.
- Any time.
Is that the front door? - Would you like a cup of tea? - Perfect.
I'll do it.
You go back to bed, if you like.
Here you go.
Ta.
- Thanks for a great evening.
- Pleasure.
- You'll come again, won't you? - No chance.
- I'll see you at rehearsal.
- Yeah.
- Bye.
- Bye! Oh, what a lovely guy.
I don't think he's well.
- I think we know that Jen.
- No.
I mean .
.
he was very quiet.
He's probably just having a bad day, that's all.
Yeah.
Let's hope that's it.
Hello? Oh, there you go.
Sorry for the wait.
- Hello? - Yes.
One moment.
- Hello! - I'll just be a few more minutes.
- I've been waiting 20.
- I've had a waitress call in sick.
We'll ease the workload for you by going elsewhere.
Thanks for your understanding! Excuse me? What?! If you want to cancel your order, too, it's fine.
- Just go.
- No, no.
No hurry.
Erm, I was just using your WiFi and applying for jobs.
But I was just thinking that, if you're short-staffed, obviously run off your feet and I've got time to kill, er, perhaps I could offer you a hand? I can't offer you a job.
No, I'm not after a job.
I'd just like to help.
- Sorry.
I didn't mean to upset you.
- That's so sweet of you.
Will you just take a seat? - Cheers.
- Right, can you hold the fort out here? Sure.
- OK, I'm David, by the way.
- Oh, thanks, David.
Right Thanks.
Hello, gorgeous.
Yeah, it's the booby prize.
I'll put him on.
- It's Karen.
- Really? Hello, Karen.
To what do I owe this pleasure? Er, sure, not a problem.
Bye.
Yeah, it was, er, Karen.
The, erm, the girls are coming round to mine tonight again.
And, er she was just wondering if I could drop them home.
- Isn't David staying with you? - Yes.
Yes, he is.
He doesn't have a car.
So, anyway, do you and Jen fancy coming over to mine this weekend? With David and Karen? Yeah, well, I mean, you know, as you say, he's, er he's staying at mine.
So, yeah.
And Karen.
Ahhhh Ahhhhh Ahhhh Is somebody flat? That's a bit insensitive.
Glenda's had a double mastectomy.
The performance is next week.
And we can't afford to sound like this on the night.
Let's take a short break.
- I might duck out.
- Are you OK? - Yeah, just not feeling myself today.
- I thought my gag deserved more.
See you next Wednesday at chemo.
Cocktail hour.
Two drips for the price of one.
Thanks for your help.
Here's your BLT, finally.
And, er, two hours' pay.
Oh, let's call it quits.
Are you sure? - Of course.
- Thank you.
Er, Mary, can I say something? Table number nine.
The lady in the corner.
She's been here as long as I have and she's only had one cup of coffee.
Which is a rate of return of less than ã1 an hour.
That's not table nine.
It's Lois.
No.
You miss my point.
I had to turn away a party of four because that table was occupied.
They would've had lunch, spending ã70 or more.
No, you missed my point, David.
Lois comes in here every day.
She's as much a fixture of this cafe as the light fittings.
That's even worse.
You must get rid of her.
Do you know how much I make from this place? - Oh - Enough.
But you could make more.
But I wouldn't enjoy serving lunch to a table of four and knowing that Lois has nowhere to go.
- Well, she can go elsewhere.
- They'd move her on.
That's why she comes here.
And you'll be welcome, too, whenever you want to take advantage of the, er, free WiFi.
So, Lois, how are you keeping, love? Is that cat of yours still terrorising the neighbourhood? Jen, would you mind being Nina B again? - Do you need another photo? - No, I need an interview this time.
I'll be there, but they want to meet my new author.
Oooh, yeah, thanks! - I'll give you the details.
- Great! I'll just get the nibbles.
- Er, Karen? - Yeah.
Do you know, I've actually been working on Nina's character.
Sort of giving her a back story.
What, is she the illegitimate daughter of a disgraced peer? Oooh, she is now.
Hm! Thanks, David.
I was going to ask you about one aspect .
Oh.
.
Mm Adam - I want to tell them.
- What, now? I mean, there's nothing wrong with it.
- What are we hiding for? - No, I need to tell David first.
Do you want me to? - Do you want to? - No.
- Hm, do you want a hand? - No, no, no.
No, we're fine.
But leave that.
You left David on his own? No, he's watching some political show where they lob the comments backwards and forwards.
- Pointless.
- Oh, I like Pointless.
Would you girls give me and Adam a moment alone together? What for? I just want to have a word with him.
- In private.
- Hm.
- What is that all about? - Jen! Jen, Jen And I think it's very confusing for the general public out there to understand.
- I need to tell you something.
- What have I done? Nothing.
You haven't done anything.
You two are still at it.
- No, no.
- Don't deny it.
You and Karen! No, listen, Pete.
Er Listen, I wasn't lying before.
I mean, we weren't seeing each other.
- Well, now you are! - Yeah, well Adam and I are seeing each other.
I don't understand.
Wait.
What? Seeing each other?! No! No! No way.
A kiss when you're off your nut is one thing, but I'm not keeping this a secret from Jenny.
- No, Pete, wait - Or David.
No, Pete.
Pete! Pete! Pete! Are you fucking joking?! It's like shagging your sister! Not a sister.
A cousin.
No.
No! So, no.
I can't.
I can't take it on board.
I can't.
It's just weird and just wrong.
Jen! Jen, please.
Why don't we just sit down and talk about? Hello, I've got cancer! Jesus! We're off! Oh, dear.
What's going on? David, er .
.
Adam and I have Have fallen for each other.
- Is this some sort of joke? - No.
I'm watching Robert Peston.
We're going to have to tell our kids.
Fuck So, what? It started at the festival? Gosh, she didn't say a bloody word.
And I told her about me.
Well, that'll be the reason.
She didn't want to add to your load.
They just wanted it to be their little secret.
Carrying on behind our backs.
Laughing at us.
- No, they haven't.
- This'll change everything.
David's not going to be happy.
- And what about Rachel? - Rachel? Yeah, there's her memory to think about.
Oh, God! There she is.
I bet she's ringing him.
"Oh, Adam, it's so romantic.
"They just don't understand.
" Oh, God Bugger this, let's go home.
Do you want me to run her over? Nah.
Just drive close.
I'll clip her with my door.
I have no allegiance to any political party now.
I support, whatever, my local PM.
I will read whatever the people are saying and I just think, "You'll do the best job for my constituency.
" David.
It's so lovely to have you here.
Thank you very much.
I don't want to talk to you right now.
I'm afraid that is all we've got time for.
Many thanks to Kelly, Joan, Barry, Jacob, Brom.
I thought it was a fascinating programme.
See you next week.
Bye! OK.
Adam and I Are seeing each other.
Well, say something.
Karen's my godmother.
She's your mate.
It It feels like like incest.
Is Dad OK with this? Well, it's not really anything to do with him.
Er, you're his ex-wife.
Olivia, we have been divorced for 15 years.
We've always been close and now we're just .
.
closer.
- Oh, Jesus! - We can't help having feelings for each other.
- I don't want to hear this! - I was hoping you'd understand.
Adam is Dad's best friend.
How would you like it if Dad got together with Jenny? I can't really see that.
But, actually, I wouldn't mind.
But I bet he does.
And I do.
I don't like it! - That's why you warned me off Olivia.
- What? No! "No, we're all close," you said.
Like that was the reason.
But you wanted a clear run at her mum.
- Oh, fuck that! - Matt! - Good luck to you, I say.
- What? Well, why shouldn't they? They're both single.
You could do a lot worse than Adam.
Thank you, Ellie.
What's for dinner? You You used to have all the answers And you You still have them, too So, I'm, er I'm just leaving.
I'll, I'll wait and give you a lift, if you want.
I'm fine.
Have you seen David this morning? No, er, he hasn't come down yet.
I think he's waiting for me to leave.
Well, don't let me keep you.
OK.
I know, but aren't you furious? Well, darling, I can't pretend to be happy about it.
Mary, may I introduce you to my daughter Olivia? - Hello.
- So, your waitress is better, then? Oh, no, that's Abi.
The other one quit.
You're not looking for casual work, are you? I'm in the middle of my exams.
I'm still available.
Unless you have a thing against former management consultants.
Who doesn't? But thanks.
Saturday at 7am, then? - OK.
- Abi will be over to take your order.
All right.
Jen I wasn't sure you'd turn up.
I don't let people down.
- Look, Jen, I should've said something.
- Nina! OK.
Nina B St James, the novelist.
Now, who am I talking to? Karen Marsden, your publisher.
- No! I mean, the interview.
- Oh, sorry.
Yeah, she's from a trade magazine.
OK, I'll handle the deal with the US if you talk about Benjamin's novel.
Er, hello? - Sorry, your novel.
- OK.
Well Let's do this.
Hi, it's me.
Pete, call me, will you? - Oh, hi.
- Hi, Pete.
Thanks for suggesting this.
Adam.
He rang me.
- What did you say to him? - Well, I didn't answer it.
Right.
My shout.
My business partner's in LA at the moment discussing a possible movie.
- And you weren't tempted to go? - Hm? Hey? Oh Oh, me.
Erm Well, you know, as the author, erm I prefer my people to handle it at this stage.
OK, so turning to you, then, Nina.
Please do! This must be so exciting for you, success at your first attempt.
Yeah.
But, I mean, it's not altogether unexpected.
Have you read the book? Of course, yes.
I loved it.
It was so romantic.
Oh, yeah, it is.
Not the sordid shenanigans one tends to hear about these days.
Yeah, I'm not sure that's the angle that we're looking for here.
No, no, no.
It's a great quote.
More, please.
So, you're a great believer in romance? Well, true romance.
Sure, but a lot of people confuse affection for attraction.
Especially in middle age.
Well, late-middle age.
I mean, I don't know if it's loneliness or desperation, but they fool themselves and then make fools of themselves.
You know, they behave quite selfishly, giving no concern for the hurt they may cause to family and friends and those no longer with us! I think we've probably got enough there.
No, no, this is fascinating.
If there's more you'd like to say, Nina Yeah.
This is actually quite fun.
Er, excuse me.
More bubbly, please.
She's paying.
It's the subterfuge that gets me.
The fact they were carrying on without any of us knowing.
Yeah.
I think that's what upset Jenny so much.
She was furious.
I haven't seen her like that since Well, not that long, actually.
- She feels betrayed.
- We all do.
She told Karen about her cancer before anyone else.
Sorry, I thought you meant betrayed by Adam.
Oh.
I mean, him and Jenny have always been close.
It must be galling for her to find out that he's closer to Karen.
And for you, too.
Well, have you spoken to her yet? What about Matt? Yeah, OK.
David.
I'll call you back.
- Was that him? - Yeah.
Hi, Jen.
Who was that? Adam.
OK.
Fuck off, Adam.
I know it's none of my business.
What you do is your own affair.
But you must know that .
.
I've always carried a torch for you.
- David, let - Please, please, no.
Let me say this.
It's not as if I ever thought we'd get back together.
You made that clear a couple of years ago.
But .
.
I suppose that maybe I'd always hoped that, one day you'd see me .
.
the way that I see you.
Cos Cos I love you, Karen.
Well, I love you too, David.
No, no, no, no.
Not in the same way.
Not that I'm belittling what you say.
In fact, I greatly appreciate it.
And I want to see you happy.
I really do.
But not with Adam! Sorry, sorry, sorry, sorry, sorry.
Sorry.
I should be bigger than that.
God, I wish I could be.
Maybe I'll get there one day.
Do you love him? Well, love's a very big word, David.
I don't know.
But I think it might become that.
Yes.
Like I said .
.
maybe, one day, I'll get there.
Obviously, I can't stay here.
Thank you for putting me up.
I'm going to a hotel.
David, wait.
David David! Look .
.
I can't say I'm sorry that this has happened but I am so sorry that you're upset.
Upset?! Adam, you have destroyed everything.
My relationship with Karen, my friendship with you .
.
and the group! 20 years we've all been friends and you've pissed all over it to prove what, huh? That you can have any woman.
Including my wife.
- I'm going to pack.
- You don't need to move out.
I've got money.
I can go to a hotel.
But it's such a waste! Listen! I know you hate me right now, but we can still coexist.
We can avoid each other but, please, for the sake of all those years of friendship you're talking about don't go.
Not like this.
So how have you been? Urgh! All over the shop.
Two of my best friends have just copped off with each other.
- A total disaster.
- I meant in yourself.
Oh! Oh, the cancer.
Yeah, I haven't thought about that so much.
That's one good thing to come out of it, I suppose.
Right.
I'll annoy you again in a bit.
Where's me laddo? We normally overlap.
Charlie? Jen, he was taken into A&E a couple of nights ago.
- He'd developed pneumonia.
- What? I'm afraid he died last night.
I'm so sorry.
Nurse.
Oh, Ch Oh, Charlie! Dad? Dad, the game's about to start.
- Is everything all right? - Yeah, your mum's fine.
She's just had a bit of upsetting news, that's all.
Sorry.
- You want to watch your football.
- It'll keep.
Charlie would've watched that now.
Now he'll never know.
Well, we were 4-0 up from the first leg, so God, Pete! It's all turned to shit, hasn't it? My stuff, Charlie, blinking Adam and Karen.
- Thank God I've got you.
- Always.
I can't do the fundraiser.
What? The choir.
I mean he should be stood next to me.
You've got to.
But what's the point? I can't get on that stage.
Not now.
Charlie would want you to do it.
None of our lot will turn up anyway.
When I was a teenager, I had a girlfriend my mother didn't approve of and her parents didn't like me.
- It was a Protestant-Catholic thing.
- Mm.
So, we were forced to meet secretly.
- Nothing changes.
- Hm.
Now it's our teenagers that disapprove of us.
Ellie aside.
It's not, though.
It's everyone.
All of our friends.
Well, sod 'em.
You know? We've got nothing to be ashamed of.
I don't know, Adam.
I really don't want to fall out with everyone.
- I think they already have.
- Yeah, but it's not irreparable.
Not if we stop it now.
But that's like admitting we were wrong.
Yeah, just until everything just calms down a bit.
Is this because of David? No.
Because of Jen.
I'm sorry.
I just think we should cool it.
OK.
- Shouldn't you be doing your homework? - I am.
Since when was Jeremy Kyle on the national curriculum? It's a project on conflict resolution.
Hm.
Welcome back.
I'm Jeremy Kyle and my next guests today have been mates for 20 years and now one of them is getting it on with the other one's ex-wife.
We've got 'em all.
We've got David.
We've got Karen and Adam on the Jeremy Kyle Show.
Welcome to the show.
Can I just start with you, sir? This is what I don't get.
She's your ex-wife, so why should they not be together? - What's it got to do with you? - Well, I love her and he doesn't.
- No! No, David - I fucking do love her! I'm just better in bed than him! - Oooh! - I can go all night! He can't get a hardon.
If I want any shit from you, I'll squeeze your head! - Come on, mate.
- Just calm down.
Hey, hey! That slag is She does not - No.
- Come on, guys.
You're all as bad as each other! Right, that's it! Do you know what, somebody needs to bang your heads together! Somebody needs to bang your heads together! Oh, hi.
- He's not home from work yet.
- It's not Adam I've come to see.
David's not in, either.
Nor David.
Have you got a minute? - Hey, well, that was a good day.
- Yeah.
Those blokes out of Made In Chelsea left a ten quid tip.
- Ah, 10% of their bill.
- They didn't spend that much.
Actually, they did.
I've got a confession to make.
I've been thinking about your attitude to Lois.
- What's this? - It's the menu I gave to the posh boys.
- The prices are higher.
- I know.
They didn't even notice.
They can afford it.
It's called dynamic pricing.
- David, is this even legal? - No idea.
My second ex-wife might know.
We can ask her.
But, anyway, regardless, I think that we should leak this - to the local press.
- What? Just imagine the publicity.
A cafe which charges more to people who can afford it to subsidise the poorer members of the local community.
I thought you were a City type.
You're a communist.
I think I prefer humanitarian.
- Have you got other bright ideas? - A favour.
A friend wants someone to do the catering for a fundraiser and I wondered if you'd like to do it.
- I'd help, of course.
- David, you had me at favour.
Adam told me about you and Olivia.
You don't need my permission to ask Olivia out, Matt.
But, for what it's worth, you have my blessing.
- Really? - Yeah, you do.
I didn't react very well when he told me about you two.
- It came as a bit of a shock.
- Yeah.
For us, too.
If it's what you want, well .
.
then, great.
I mean, I love you both.
Well, we've decided to press pause on it for now.
I think it's the sensible, grown-up thing to do.
I've not seen much yet that makes me want to be a grown-up.
Hi.
I didn't expect to see you here.
I was just leaving.
- I want a word with you.
- Pete.
Ah, good, two birds with one stone.
- Look, Pete, you should know we've decided - Look, shut up! I'm talking now.
Are you coming to Jen's fundraiser? Well, the last two words she said to me started with "F" and ended with "off".
Well, she won't talk to me unless she's being Nina B St James.
Yeah, we don't want to be the cause of a scene.
Look, forgive me, but right now, I don't care what you want.
All Jen needs is the support of her friends.
So, however difficult this may be for you, or whatever the potential embarrassment may be, if you care about her .
.
then you'll be there.
You'll be fine, love.
- I'll see you in there.
- Yeah.
Thank you.
Pete? It's Evan.
- From the canal.
- I hadn't forgotten.
- How are you, mate? - I got a job.
- I'm the caretaker here.
- I'm really pleased for you.
Ah, cheers.
Hey, Pete.
I don't think I ever thanked you .
.
for the chocolate.
And for saving my life.
You missed a bit.
- Hi, David.
- Oh, hi.
Listen, this, er, American deal means I need to appoint an accountant, someone I can trust, who I get on with.
Pete tells me that you and Adam - .
.
have knocked it on the head.
- Yeah.
Feels like the best thing to do.
For everyone.
So, are you interested? I'll think about it.
Ahhhh Cos all of the stars Are fading away Just try not to worry You'll see them some day Take what you need And be on your way And stop crying your heart out Stop crying your heart out.
Go on, Jen! OK, we'll take a short break before the second half.
- Have you asked Olivia out? - Not yet.
Well, you should.
You go well together.
- What about you and Karen? - That shouldn't affect you two.
No, I mean, are you going to make a go of it? I think you should.
You go well together.
It's complicated.
I've been offered a job.
A finance director.
- Congratulations.
- Thanks.
But I have a proposition to put to you Oh, hey! - Oh, here she is.
- Aw - Hey, Mum.
- I'm proud of you.
Aw - Thanks for making me do this.
- Oh, well done.
There's something I need to do.
Karen, thank you.
I'd like to take the job.
But on a part-time basis.
Oh, have you got something else? Well, two days a week, I'm going to be doing community service.
Oh.
You came, then.
Jen.
You sounded good up there.
You should be on Britain's Got Talent.
Shut up.
- Come with me.
- What? Jen.
Look I've just lost a good friend.
I'm so sorry, Jenny, I really am.
And that sort of changes your perspective on things.
I can't pretend to like the idea.
But, for what it's worth .
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if you two want to go for it, then .
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I think you should.
Just don't screw it up.
There are other people involved here.
- The kids, yeah.
- Hey? Oh Yeah them, too.
Not exactly a ringing endorsement.
She's right, though.
If we screw it up A while ago, you told me I needed to find someone I could grow old with.
I thought, "How the hell am I going to do that? "That was Rachel.
"How am I gonna ".
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find someone I feel that comfortable, that close, that ".
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connected with?" And, of course, I haven't.
I don't think I need to.
It's you.
Am I sure? No.
Do I want to find out? Yeah.
I do.
Er, excuse me.
Sorry, ladies and gentlemen I've been asked to introduce this next one.
Er, this is for my friend.
Charlie.
Imagine me and you I do I think about you day and night It's only right To think about the girl you love And hold her tight So happy together If I should call you up Invest a dime And you say you belong to me And ease my mind Imagine how the world could be So very fine So happy together Me and you and you and me No matter how they toss the dice It had to be The only one for me is you And you for me So happy together.
I can't see me Loving nobody but you For all my life When you're with me Baby, the skies'll be blue For all my life Me and you and you and me No matter how they toss the dice It had to be The only one for me is you And you for me So happy together