Heartland (CA) s12e11 Episode Script

Room to Grow

1 Previously on "Heartland" - That is Will's guitar.
- He's gone, Jack.
Our dear Will passed away.
Maya tells me you're bringing Fred - as a guest to the wedding.
- I'm not bringing anyone, 'cause um, I don't think I can be there.
I want you at my wedding! (DOOR RATTLES) We're trapped, aren't we? If I miss this event tomorrow, there is no European tour, okay?! TIM: There's something I need to say.
I know what I put you through, Marion, what I put our family through.
But today's not about looking back, it's about moving forward.
- Is everything okay? - It's Luke's mother.
She doesn't feel that she can take care of him anymore.
I'm afraid I'm looking into foster care.
(BIRDS CHIRP) (HORSE WHINNIES) (HORSES SNORT) (HORSES WHINNY) (LOUD WHINNY) (HOOVES CLOMP) (MAGNETS CLICK) (LYNDY BABBLES) - Mm aah.
- Yeah? I think we should give this back to Luke.
Why? He wanted us to have it.
Yeah well, what if we never see him again? I think he should have it.
Ty, I'm pretty sure we're gonna see Luke again.
Not if he ends up in foster care, Amy.
He could be in a different city, Far away from his school, far away from us.
(SIGHS) Luke's a sensitive kid, this is gonna be a tough transition for him.
(LYNDY COOS) ANDREA: Let's go, sunshine! Mom? Where are we going? Um, I don't know, but that is why it's so exciting.
It's an adventure.
I'm gonna find a new job, and a new house.
But I like this house.
Well, we'll find a better house.
Mom, we can't just leave.
Says who? There is a whole world out there.
Waiting for us to see it! You and me.
Come on.
Okay.
Okay, good.
Shouldn't we lock the front door? (DOOR SHUTS) (HORSE WHINNIES) (HORSES SNORT) (HORSES WHINNY) (TRUCK RUMBLES) (ENGINE IDLES, SHUTS OFF) Hey, Doreen.
DOREEN: What a nice surprise.
Oh! Mm! MOVER: Watch your step there.
What brings you all the way out here? Oh, I just came out to check on Will's wildies.
It's something that I That's very kind of you.
Yeah.
So, uh I see you sold the place.
Yeah, our family wanted to hang on to it, but we can't afford the upkeep.
How about the horses? Winter's coming.
I know.
(CHOKED SOB) Doreen? I'm sorry, I, you know, we tried to find a buyer who would agree to protect the horses, but we failed! What do you mean? He's already arranged for a slaughterhouse.
He lied to us.
Well there must be something that can be done.
It's too late.
He takes possession in a few days.
(SIGHS TEARFULLY) (BOTH SIGH) (SOBS) (SIGHS HEAVILY) S12E11 Room to Grow And at the break of day You sank into your dream You dreamer Oh oh oh oh You dreamer You dreamer So the big day's this Saturday, how you holding up? You know, I've heard of the whole bridezilla thing, but you know, Maya is just the exact opposite.
She's been so relaxed for this whole thing.
It's all the yoga and meditation.
Yeah, maybe.
I just wish I was as calm as she was.
I think everybody's kinda nervous before their wedding.
Really? Yeah, for sure, I was.
- You were? - Yeah, who isn't? Oh, I am so glad to hear you say that.
I am losing my mind here.
I can't help but think that I jumped into this just a bit too soon.
I love Maya, I do, but just, promising to spend the rest of my life with her is (SIGHS) it's huge.
But I guess that's how you felt, right? No.
I was nervous about messing up my vows.
Spending the rest of my life with Marion, I was certain about that.
But my marriage didn't last very long, so what do I know? (TACK JINGLES) LOU: I'm sure whatever cold feet Mitch is having are gonna melt away the moment he sees Maya - walking down the aisle.
- I don't think so.
I think he's having second thoughts.
Would you excuse me.
Oh, Lou Lou, wait, wait, wait, wait.
Come on! Tim! Leave her be! The last thing she needs right now is false hope about Mitch.
Come on! (SIGHS) (DISHES CLINK, PATRONS CHATTER) (DOOR OPENS) Oh, thanks for coming.
I wasn't sure if you got my messages.
Yeah, I-I um I just needed some time to think.
Okay.
Yeah, I-I understand.
Um, so I just I wanted to apologize to you in person for the way I acted.
It wasn't your fault that I missed my horse show.
So I I shouldn'tve blamed you for it, and I'm sorry.
It's okay, I accept your apology.
You do? Yeah, I do.
Um Yeah, I just uh, I do, just, I think that we should break up.
- What? - It's for the best.
You know, like, you've got this huge opportunity in Europe, which is great, um But I don't know yet, I still haven't decided.
I know, but the fact is that we're going in different directions.
We graduate in the spring, and the day after we're finished I'm gonna, I'm gonna pack up my car, and I'm gonna hit the road.
To a far away place.
And-and if we were together, than-then yeah, maybe you would want to come with me, but then you'd realize that you can't.
Because you have a show, or you have a, a clinic, or or there's a ribbon somewhere that you have to win.
You, you'd go your way, And-and I'd go mine.
So let's just save ourselves a lot of time, and a lot of heartbreak, and let's just end it now, okay? Bye.
(BELL ON DOOR JINGLES) (DOOR SHUTS) TIM: What? No.
You can't bring 'em here.
Well, it would just be temporary, until we could find them a permanent home.
That's a good idea.
That's not a good idea, it's a bad idea.
This is a working cattle ranch, Jack.
Where are we gonna put a whole herd of wild horses?! I don't know, we'll figure that out when the time comes.
Listen, all I know is that those horses meant everything to Will, and I'm not about to let my friend down.
Okay, let's do this.
Everyone in favour of bringing those wildies home to Heartland, raise their hand.
Georgie, yep.
How about you, Katie? Well, there you go.
It's settled.
I'll let Doreen know.
How are you even going to get 'em here? Well, you're welcome to use a Fairfield trailer if you like.
Oh no Lise, you don't want those horses in your nice trailer, they'll kick the crap out of it.
- I don't mind, I really don't.
- It's a nice gesture.
Thank you, but I'll call Stumpy, he's got that junker.
Stumpy's trailer holds 10 horses, where are you gonna put the rest of 'em? Well, we could make more than one trip, can't we? Before the possession date? Good luck with that.
- I think it's a good idea.
- Oh, I know.
(SILVERWARE CLATTERS) (SIGHS) (CARS RUMBLE) (TRUCK HORN HONKS) (AIRBRAKES SQUEAL) (PAGES RUSTLE) (SIGHS) I can't stop thinking about Luke.
I wish there was a way we could make it easier for him.
(SIGHS) How, though? He likes it here.
He likes us.
Maybe (SIGHS) I think I know where you're going with this, Amy.
Is it such a crazy idea? (BOTH EXHALE HEAVILY) No, it's not.
I've thought about it too, Amy.
But where's he gonna sleep? We barely have enough room for our own daughter.
And even if we did have enough room, becoming Luke's foster parents is a big responsibility.
That would completely change our lives.
Do you feel ready for that? No.
You're right.
(SIGHS) Wherever Luke ends up, I hope he's close enough to come and visit.
But any more than that, and I just don't think it's realistic.
(ROOSTER CROWS) JACK: Okay! Stumpy says we can borrow his trailer, we'll pick it up on the way.
Are we really gonna have time to make two trips? Not if we don't leave right now.
(TAILGATE BANGS) (TRUCK RUMBLES) (HORN HONKS) (AIRBRAKES HISS) (ENGINE SHUTS OFF) Dad! Where did you get the truck? My stock guy owed me a favour.
Wow! Well, there's more than enough room for the entire herd in that thing.
That's the idea, Ty.
I thought you were dead-set against this.
Yeah well, I'm not big on it.
But hey, I got outvoted, so do you want my help, or not? (CHUCKLES) (DISTANT HUM OF CHATTER) (BAGS RUSTLE) (TRUCK DOOR SLAMS) Lou! - Hey! - Hey, Mitch.
I was just heading to the barber, - I was getting my hair cut.
- Oh, right.
The big day is just around the corner.
You must be excited.
I'm a little nervous.
I haven't written my vows yet, I should've done it weeks ago, but I'm just, I'm not that great with words.
It doesn't have to be anything poetic or flowery.
Just tell the truth.
The truth.
(CHUCKLES) Well, I should uh - get going.
- Yeah.
All right, I'll see you later.
Okay.
- Mitch? - Yeah? Don't get your hair cut too short.
What? You don't wanna look like your 6th Grade photo day.
You know, in your wedding photos.
It's a common mistake.
Right.
Thanks.
(SIGHS) Oh God.
(AIRBRAKES HISS) (TIRES CRUNCH ON GRAVEL) (TRUCK DOORS OPEN) (DOORS SLAM) (BIRDS CHIRP) (SIGHS) (HORSE SNORTS) (HORSE WHINNIES) I just keep expecting Will to come out of the house.
It just feels so different here without him.
Yep.
I know what you mean.
(SIGHS) Well, let's get to work.
(HORSE WHINNIES) (GATE CLANGS) (TIM SIGHS) Jack, we've gotta do something about Lou.
Are we really talking about this? I think she's just trying to accept - the reality of the situation.
- No, she's given up.
Well, do you blame her? He's getting married in a couple days.
A couple of days.
So she still has time.
Have you lost your mind? Mitch was telling me.
He was telling me about getting cold feet, and I started thinking about Marion.
And how I never had a doubt in my mind that I wanted to spend the rest of my life with her.
'Til I messed it up.
It's water under the bridge, Tim.
For me.
But not for Lou.
I think you best leave well enough alone.
Lou's a grown woman, Don't go interfering in her life.
(HOOVES THUD) (TACK JINGLES) (HORSE PANTS) (HORSE SNORTS) (SIGHS) (SIGHS HEAVILY) MITCH: Everything working out? You okay? (SIGHS) LOU: Yeah, for the most part.
Good to hear.
(CLICK HIS TONGUE) LOU: Mitch, wait.
(SIGHS) (HOOVES THUNDER) (HORSES WHINNY) (HIGH PITCHED WHINNIES) AMY: Hup! Hup! Hup! Hup! Hup! (HORSES SNORT) (HOOVES THUD) Get up there! Hup! Hup! (HORSE WHINNIES) (HOOVES THUD) - GEORGIE: There we go.
- Ch! Ch! Get up there, now! Get up there! GEORGIE: Good! (TSE-TSE-TSE-TSE) AMY: Hup! That's it, you go with them.
(HORSE WHINNIES) (HOOVES CLUNK ON RAMP) JACK: Get up! Get up there, now! Sss! Hup! Hup! Get up there! Come on! (CLUCKS TONGUE) AMY: Space, give him space.
(HOOVES CLOMP) (HORSE SQUEALS) Yep! Yep! (HORSE SNORTS) No, you don't! The other way.
Hold.
Good boy.
Whoa boy, just get up! Get up there! Get up there! AMY: Get them in first, Grandpa! Hah! Hah! I got him, I got him, I got him! Hyah! (AGITATED WHINNY) Get in there! (SNORTS, AGITATED WHINNY) Oh! Ugh! Georgie: You okay? Yeah.
(STALLION SNORTS) (HIGH-PITCHED WHINNY) Hey.
(LOW WHINNIES) You and I, we're old friends.
And you know I'm not gonna hurt you.
(STALLION SNORTS) I just wanna keep you safe, to take you somewhere.
(STALLION SNORTS) You'll like it there, I promise.
(LOW WHINNY) You need to come with me now.
(STALLION SNORTS) (HUFFS) (HORSES SNORT) (HOOVES CLOMP) (STALLION SNORTS) Get in there! Get in there! (RAMP CLANKS) (DOOR CREAKS) Wow, that was easy.
Good job! AMY AND TY: (RELIEVED LAUGH) So, what's the plan? Where are we gonna put these guys, in the back field? Actually, we have a better idea.
You know that land you gifted us? Yeah We think it's the perfect place for the wild horses.
That's your spot, are you sure about that? Will shared his land with those horses, and we wanna do the same.
What do you think, Tim? Me? I think the whole thing's been crazy from the beginning, but I think that field's like, a pretty good choice.
(LAUGHS) (TRUCK RUMBLES, HORN HONKS) (HORN BLARES) (BIRDS CHIRP) (TRUCKS RUMBLE) Hey, mom.
(BAG RUSTLES) I bought some sandwiches.
You should eat something.
I just need some quiet time.
But you haven't eaten anything all day.
Luke, you know how I get sometimes? Well, it's really bad right now.
So I'll eat later, okay? Okay.
Did you buy yourself a treat? No, I didn't have enough money.
Well, there's more money in my purse.
Go and buy yourself some ice cream.
Mom, we shouldn't use all the money.
We have to make it last until you find another job.
Yeah, you're right.
That's (CHUCKLES) that's the smart thing to do.
You take such good care of me.
(SIGHS) Where would I be without my sunshine? (SIGHS HEAVILY) (SNIFFLES) (DOOR CREAKS) (HORSE WHINNIES) (HOOVES THUNDER) (HORSES WHINNY) (LOW WHINNIES) (HOOVES THUD) It's okay, baby.
Come on, baby.
That's it, good girl.
Here you go.
Just so we're clear, these horses are here temporarily, right? Yeah.
Yeah, sorta like how you're parking yourself at Heartland temporarily.
(HORSES WHINNY) (LAUGHS) (TRUCK DOOR THUDS) (CRICKETS CHIRP) (KNOCKING) Oh hey, Clint.
Hi.
Look, I'm sorry to drop in uh, without calling first.
Ah, no problem, do you wanna join us for dinner? - We're just sitting down.
- Uh no thanks, I can't stay.
Look, uh I have something to tell you both, and I didn't wanna do it over the phone.
It's about Luke, you haven't heard from him, have you? Uh, no.
Why, is everything okay? I haven't been able to get in contact with Luke, or his mother.
I've been trying to track them down.
I have no idea where they are.
(DISH CLUNKS) (SIGHS HEAVILY) (SNIFFLES) GEORGIE: Hey, Mom.
Hey you're not dressed.
Uh no, I'm not going.
- Why not? - I just don't feel like it.
Mitch is gonna be disappointed.
He wanted you there.
You shouldn't be alone today, Mom.
I'm staying.
And there's nothing you can say to change my mind.
(LAUGHS WRYLY) Thank you.
Okay oh! You're not dressed.
She's staying to help me take care of the kids.
- Aww! - Sorry we're late.
- Hey! - There she is! Oh, we are going to have so much fun today, aren't we? You be good for Auntie Lou, okay, Sweetheart? Okay thanks, we'll uh, see you guys there, okay? Bye.
(TRUCK RUMBLES) (PHONE CHIMES) Hello? LUKE: Hello? Luke? Are you okay? Yeah, I'm fine.
It's my Mom.
- I think she's sick.
- All right, Luke, hey, uh, we're gonna come get you, okay? - Do you know where you are? - At a truck stop.
O-okay.
Well, do you know which truck stop it is? I don't know, but we drove a long way.
Okay, can you look around, do you see any signs, or anything? Yeah.
"Lucky Seven".
All right Luke, stay there, we're coming to get you.
(SIGHS) I got it.
It's a long way.
All right.
(MOTORCYCLE RUMBLES) (ENGINE SHUTS OFF) (HORSE SNORTS) (HOOVES CLOMP) (HOOVES THUD) Mmm! Mmm! Thank you.
What about me, can I have some tea? - Thank you.
- There you go.
(GEORGIE LAUGHS) - Thanks for staying.
- Tim: Lou? - Honey! - What's wrong? I've been looking all over for you.
Dad, what's going on? You need to get to that wedding, and you need to tell Mitch the truth.
Dad, is this some kind of a joke? No, no, no! No, you have to tell him how you feel.
Dad, look, even if I was delusional enough to think that I still had a chance with Mitch, it's literally too late, okay? He's-he's walking down the aisle as we speak! It's not too late.
(SIGHS) I-I would give anything to have another chance with your mother, but I'll never - I'll never have that.
- Dad! (SOBS) And I'm gonna live with it for the rest of my life.
You still have time, you don't wanna have any regrets.
(SIGHS HEAVILY) You listen, honey.
You gotta be brave.
But if you love him You have to tell him, right now! If I go into that church and say that in front of Maya, everyone's gonna hate me.
If you don't tell him, you're gonna hate yourself for the rest of your life.
GEORGIE: He's right, Mom.
You should go.
Listen to your daughter.
She's a smart kid.
Mhmm.
I've got the girls.
- Okay, yeah, okay, okay.
- Okay.
Hey, I love you.
This is the right thing.
(RUNNING FOOTSTEPS RUSTLE IN THE FOLIAGE) This is totally insane! I'm not actually doing this, am I? (SIGHS) Lou, you are doing this.
And nothing is gonna stop you.
(TRUCK RUMBLES) (SHEEP BLEAT) Are you kidding me?! Hello, Hi! Can these guys go any faster? (SHEEP BLEAT, DOG BARKS) It's a sign.
It's a sign! Some some higher power doesn't want me to break up this wedding.
(SIGHS) It is not a sign, Lou.
It is just a bunch of sheep.
(TRUCK RUMBLES, DOG BARKS) (HORN HONKS, SHEEP BLEAT) Coming through! Shoo! Shoo! Oh, thank you! Sorry.
Sorry! Excuse me.
I'm sorry.
Thank you.
(PANTING) (PANTING HEAVILY) (BIRDS CHIRP) (DOOR CREAKS) (GASPS) (DOOR THUDS SHUT) (SHAKY EXHALE) (SIGHS HEAVILY) (FLOWERS RUSTLE) (SOBBING) (SIGHS TEARFULLY) MITCH: Lou? Mitch! What are you doing here? I'm still in love with you.
I ran in here to tell you that in the middle of your wedding, which is crazy, and and horrible, but I I had to tell you what's in my heart.
Before you got married.
And I got here too late, so now I'm telling a married man that I love him in a church, which is so wrong! But here I am.
(SIGHS) You're not wearing a suit.
Why aren't you wearing a suit? Because there wasn't a wedding.
What? Maya and I broke up, and then we called it off.
You called off the wedding? Yeah.
Yeah, the minister, he had to tell all the guests as they arrived that is was so I just, I came back to apologize to him.
- In person.
- I'm sorry.
Yeah.
I'm gonna go do that.
(DINERS CHATTER) (DOOR SLAMS) If you're breaking up with me because of the way I acted the night in the parkade, then I accept that.
But if we're breaking up with me because you're afraid we're travelling in different directions, then you're a coward.
The truth is, Wyatt, life takes everyone in different directions, it's just the way it is.
(SIGHS) But if two people want to be together, then they make the decision to travel on the same path for a while.
I know what I want.
I wanna go to gopher museums, and watch old Godzilla movies, and go on trips to far away places.
With you.
The question - is, what do you want? - Uh I don't know.
Well, figure it out, and let me know.
(SIGHS HEAVILY) (TRUCK RUMBLES) (BRAKES SQUEAK) (CAR DOOR SLAMS) Over here! Over here! - Ty! - Luke? (TRUCK RUMBLES) (ENGINE IDLES, SHUTS OFF) (TRUCK DOORS SLAM) You okay? - Yeah.
- Yeah? - Luke, where is your mom? - She's in the car.
TY: Is that where you've been staying? Mhmm.
(TY KNOCKS) Hey.
(CAR RUMBLES) AMY: There's Clint.
- (GASPS) - Hey.
- Why'd you guys call him here? - We had to, Luke.
We were worried about you.
But now my Mom's in trouble! - Well - Luke? - (LUKE SIGHS) - It's okay.
- Clint.
- It's good to see you.
It's gonna be okay.
- Everything okay? - Yeah, yeah.
His Mom's in the car.
Hey.
Ah so, I'm gonna go talk to your mom.
I want you to stay here with Ty and Amy, okay? Hey, everything's gonna be all right.
Back in a minute.
Hello, Andrea.
(SHAKY BREATH) Clint.
What are you doing here? Well, your son called Ty and Amy, He was concerned about you.
Andrea, how long have you been staying in the car? Not long.
We're on a trip.
Where are you going? I don't know.
Listen, I'm gonna take you and Luke some place safe for the night, okay? Why don't you get your things together.
Okay.
(ZIPPER RATTLES) (CLINT SIGHS) (CAR DOOR SLAMS) Mom! I shouldn't have called them.
I'm sorry.
It's okay, you don't have to be sorry.
You did the right thing.
Everything is fine.
Let me just get your bag and put it in Clint's car, and I will be right there.
Hey, it's Andrea, right? I'm Ty, this is my wife, Amy.
We're the couple that's been spending some time with Luke.
I know, he's told me about the horses.
He really loves them.
He didn't at first, but now he even has his own horse, Boots.
I just want you to know something.
You can buy Luke all of the horses in the world, but that doesn't change the fact that I am his mother.
And I'm trying to do what's best for him, and that is why I thought about putting him in care, but I can't do it.
I can't lose him.
Luke talks about you all the time.
He loves you more than anyone in the world.
Trust me.
I am sorry to interrupt, but I really think we should get going.
(SUITCASE RATTLES) (ZIPPERS RATTLE) He's my son! We know that.
(SIGHS) (TRUNK SLAMS) (SOBS) (CAR DOOR OPENS) (DOORS SLAMS) (ENGINE STARTS) (CAR RUMBLES) (ENGINE REVS) Luke doesn't need a weekend in the country.
What? That's what we are to him.
We're just a vacation that he goes on every once in a while.
It's not enough.
We can give him more than a vacation from his life.
We can give him a home.
For as long as he needs one.
I thought we decided that we're not ready for that.
(SIGHS) I know, but it's not like I felt ready to be a parent when Lyndy was born.
Neither did I.
I was excited to be a mom, but I guess I was scared I wouldn't be any good at it.
So maybe we're asking ourselves the wrong question, We should be asking ourselves if we have space in our life for Luke.
I think I do.
I think I do, too.
How about a nice cup of tea? Oh yeah, that sounds lovely.
Thank you.
I'd love one while you're up.
Yeah, you can get that yourself.
LISA: (CHUCKLES) Jack! Be nice.
Yeah, be nice, Jack.
I'm being nice! Remember what we talked about earlier? Yeah, I think I might change my mind.
(LAUGHS) All right, Tim.
Lisa and I think that well, since you spend so much time in the house already, you might as well move back in.
Wow.
Thank you.
Both of you.
Uh, Jack, you know I - it'll only be - Temporary, yeah, I know.
I've heard that one before.
Hey Jack, wait.
Two sugars.
Oh, I am gonna put something in that tea, and it won't be sugar.
(REMY BARKS) (CAR RUMBLES) ANDREA: I get why you're mad.
And I know that it's hard to understand, but it's for the best.
I don't want you to be alone! Who's gonna take care of you? Lots of people are going to take care of me.
Clint knows a place where I can get help.
So you don't need to worry about that.
It is time that someone looked after you.
People like Amy and Ty.
And when I am feeling better, you can come and visit me.
And you can tell me about school, and the horses.
Will you do that? Okay.
Okay, good.
(QUIET SOBS) During my darkest, and rainiest days, you're my sunshine, and I love you very, very much.
Okay? (LUKE CRIES QUIETLY) Okay.
(SIGHS) (SOBS) You take care of him.
We will.
(CAR DOOR OPENS) (LUKE SOBS QUIETLY) (SIGHS) (BIRDS CHIRP) (SIGHS) (HOOVES THUD, HORSE SNORTS) I didn't think you were gonna show.
Look Mitch, I asked you to come here because I need to know.
Why'd you call off the wedding? You know I thought I hoped that it was cold feet, but when I sat down to write those vows, I realized that it was something else, something I couldn't lie to Maya.
She doesn't deserve that.
Lou what you said in the church, why didn't you say that six months ago? I don't know.
- I wish I had, believe me.
- Yeah! Me too! Because I ruined what was supposed to be the best day of Maya's life.
And I don't know how I'm going to live with myself.
I just, I have to go away for a little while, I've gotta figure my life out, and I just I can't do this, we can talk about this another time, okay? Okay, Mitch, just wait! Look, I'm sorry how this all turned out, and I'm sorry I didn't say something six months ago, I should have! But I am not gonna wait for another time.
Don't you think we've both waited long enough? We were laughing So we wouldn't cry A thousand memories Dancing in your eyes Standing here on the edge of goodbye With all these unwritten lies Hey, here we go again Good boy, Phoenix.
Whoa (TRUCK RUMBLES) TY: Okay.
The story doesn't end it just changes One more chapter What are we doing here? You're not gonna want to miss this, trust me.
Here.
Miss what? Just wait.
You'll see.
All the good times and the hard times too There's a whole lot of road up ahead And whatever comes next (HORSE WHINNIES, HOOVES THUNDER) Hey, here we go again Turning pages (WHINNIES, SNORTS) This story doesn't end Hey You're a good boy.
One more chapter in the book of us (NICKERS) Hey Good.
Yeah.
(NICKERS) We were laughing So we wouldn't cry A thousand memories Dancing in your eyes Hey, here we go again Turning pages This story doesn't end It just changes One more chapter in the book of us