Ordinary Joe (2021) s01e01 Episode Script

Way Leads on to Way

They call graduation a commencement because it's not the end, but the beginning of something new in your life.
And I'm 22 minutes late to mine.
I want to revisit "The Road Not Taken" and tell you what I think it means today.
"Two roads diverged in a yellow wood" Robert Frost had it easy.
When he wandered off into the woods 100 years ago, there were only two roads.
Now there's about a billion.
And I might've just bumped into a new one.
You know when you meet someone and there's an instant connection? I'm Joe.
Majored in punctuality.
- I'm Amy.
- Hi, Amy.
So, Joe, what makes someone late to their own graduation? I mean, just curious.
I'm not judging.
I felt like I could tell Amy anything.
And what is it that you wanna do? I majored in music.
I'm gonna be the next Billy Joel.
Oh, okay.
- Guy can dream, right? - Yeah.
Turns out Amy's a dreamer too.
She wants to run for office one day and change the world.
I know it sounds crazy, but in those few minutes, she may have changed mine.
But then there's Jenny, my best friend.
So my parents are getting me a place on the shore for the weekend, and you are coming.
Okay, uh, sometimes more than just friends.
She's going to law school out of state, so who knows where things will go? Please come to the beach.
I really wanna talk.
I'll text you after dinner with my family.
Your loyalty to your family is very sweet and very frustrating.
Joey, come on! We gotta go! Ah, yes.
My family.
Mom, Aunt Meg, and my Uncle Frank.
He's a cop.
My dad was a cop, and Uncle Frank wants me in the family business.
He's trying to guilt me into going into the police academy, but I kind of want to give my music thing a shot.
Please tell me that we're going to the beach with Jenny Banks.
It's complicated.
No, no, look, hey, this is simple.
And there's my best friend since kindergarten, Eric.
You both have been doing this This back-and-forth dance ever since college, okay? It's time to Uh, who the hell is that? Oh, we met in the thing.
Her name's Amy.
Okay, did you ask her out, please? - What? No.
- Why not? Didn't really seem appropriate.
We were sort of graduating.
Joe, I'm worried about you, man.
I mean, going out into the world, graduating.
Look, you are gonna start having to make decisions on your own.
- I make decisions.
- Oh? Oh, really? - Yeah.
- Yeah? Who who picked Syracuse, huh? Me.
Who picked our first apartment? Me.
Who said that we should be lifeguards at the community pool in 11th grade? Dude, you haven't made a decision since you were 13.
Come on.
You I'm asking no, no, no.
You know what? I'm begging you.
Please go over there and talk to that girl Amy, or or go the beach with Jenny.
Alright, I'm going.
So I've got three clear paths: pursue Amy, go to the beach with Jenny, or dinner with my family.
You ever get that feeling that one choice could change your whole life? Whichever way I go, I'll still always wonder what if? Last stop, last tour, last city, give it more than you got, alright? [INDISTINCT CHATTER.]
- Hey, sexy mama.
- Hey.
I love you, Amy.
I love you, Joe.
Good luck.
- Hey, Joe.
- Hey, Russ.
All set.
I'm good.
Love you, Uncle Frank.
I just have one thing to say.
It's good to be home! Open the floodgates This time I'll convince you to run To wide-open spaces From days of the wasted and young So time in, now don't pass this up Your story's unanswered And dude, it's begun for you Soldier on, soldier on How can you stand there? How do you dare? Tell me you're stranded I'll come through the air, oh [APPREHENSIVE MUSIC.]
I'll be right back.
Hey, buddy.
Just wanted to say good night.
Why aren't you in bed? We were waiting for you.
Mom's teaching me a new song.
Mom is? What song? You want to guess? It's one of your favorites.
You taught it to me in college.
Billy Joel.
Dad, you should sing with us.
Uh, you know what? Just give me one minute, okay? [BILLY JOEL'S "NEW YORK STATE OF MIND".]
BOTH: Some folks like to get away Take a holiday from the neighborhood - Dad, come on.
- Will you cover me real quick? I wanna say good night to Chris.
BOTH: Hop a flight to Miami Beach Or to Hollywood Come on, Joe.
Big chorus coming up.
ALL: I'm taking a Greyhound On the Hudson River line I'm in a New York state of mind That's beautiful, kid.
You're a natural.
You got the voice of an angel, but you still got to go to bed, okay? Oh.
Oh, you gotta see this, Chris.
That's crazy.
Oh, my goodness.
I love you, kid, alright? Get some sleep.
Every year, over 35,000 Americans lose their lives to gun violence.
Think about that.
Every year, year after year Better be an emergency.
Yeah, 911.
Guess who RSVP'd to the reunion.
Dude, I'm working.
Jenny Banks.
She is fully coming.
Okay, I'm hanging up now.
Your old girlfriend, man.
I think I smell a rekindling coming.
You're now officially worse than my mom.
Look, Joe, you must be a little bit curious about Jenny.
She's not online anywhere.
The girl ghosted us.
Come on.
Eric, I gotta go for real.
So do you think you can get off work early tomorrow? I wanna talk before Chris wakes up.
Yeah, I can try.
What's going on? What's it about? It's kind of an in-person kind of conversation.
We can do that together! - [GUN COCKS.]
Gun! Police! Gun! Drop it! Police! Drop it! [GUNSHOT.]
Hey, Jenny, I I gotta grab this, but I'll see you in the morning, okay? You got it! For you Soldier on, soldier on How can you stand there? How do you dare? Tell me you're stranded I'll come through the air, oh [VOCALIZING.]
- How many injured? - Just him.
What do we got? 28-year-old male, single GSW to the right shoulder.
No exit wound.
Hey, how many injured? Just him.
Congressman Diaz.
Shooter disappeared into the crowd.
What do we got? 37-year-old male, single GSW above the clavicle through and through.
- Bleeding's under control.
No, it's not.
Vitals are tanking.
He's going into shock.
Any other entry wounds? Hey, bud.
Congressman, you're gonna be fine, okay? Just listen to my voice.
I'm clamping the artery, okay? We're gonna stop the bleeding.
- How's the blood pressure? - Stabilized.
You saved his life.
Guys, we're gonna transfer on the count of three.
One, two, three.
Let me take a look at that cut.
I'm okay.
How you holding up? Uncle Frank, I'm good.
I don't need to be on furlough.
You'll be back in no time.
But listen to me.
You did the right thing.
I'm proud of you.
Your dad would be proud of you too.
- Hey.
- Hey.
I tried getting here earlier, but we had three code blues and the hospital was short-staffed.
It's okay.
Oh, and, uh, Eric texted.
They are gonna be in town this weekend for the reunion.
They want to do a couple's dinner with us.
Joe, you know what today is? Yeah.
It's our switch day.
It's been six months.
- That was fast.
- Was it? So that's what you wanted to talk about.
Who says a trial separation has to be six months anyway? We said six months ago.
And I really was hoping that, uh, things would be better by now, but I feel like they are.
Really? We don't even talk.
You don't seem happier or unhappier.
I mean, you don't seem to feel anything ever.
That's not fair.
That I feel things.
We used to be best friends.
And now the only good times are the old times.
I'm sorry.
That's just how I feel.
They're mostly boilerplate.
I I wrote them up myself.
Divorce papers? Really? Same custody, same division of expenses.
And you have 40 days to respond.
So Christopher stays in the apartment, and you and I keep alternating nights.
Same nesting arrangements, same everything.
Wait, under grounds for divorce You chose "irretrievably broken"? It's just a legal term.
It means it's nobody's fault.
Are we, though? Irretrievably broken? Dad, want to help brush my teeth? Hey, oh, heck yeah, buddy.
I can smell your breath from here.
Your teachers deserve better than that.
- Come here.
- Mom.
I love you.
My mouth tastes like I ate my old pillow.
Well, look at that.
Gestational sac.
Congratulations, guys.
Oh, actually, there's a second sac.
A what? One, two.
You got twins.
What? - [LAUGHS.]
- Baby.
I thought maybe I was broken.
You're not.
- Oh, thank you.
- Let's see it.
Oh, my God.
Are you happy, Grandma? I can't tell.
Oh, my gosh.
Hey, Amy.
I don't think we should tell anybody just yet, not even your mom.
Amy, I wouldn't tell anyone anything anytime anywhere.
I'm serious, Joe.
We've had two bad runs with this, and I do not want to jinx this one.
- I know, I know.
- Repeat after me.
"I will not tell my mother.
" I will not tell my mother.
Oh, Bobby's coming in.
- Thank you.
- I'm on with Joe.
- Hey, Joe.
- Hey.
Sorry I had the concert and made you shift your rally a few nights.
I'll move my rally anytime if you'll come play at it.
Well, I'm looking forward to it.
I'll see you there, alright? - Thank you, Joe.
- Alright, I love you, babe.
This was a great thing.
What's next? I had an idea, but I did want to check with you if we were to name some future hypothetical child that we might have after dad.
He would be so honored.
- Hey.
- Oh, Joey.
- Okay, good.
- Yes.
Good, good, good.
Christopher, then.
Or Christina.
- Yeah.
- Either way, Chris.
- Yep.
Chris and Christine.
- Yeah.
- Take a look.
- What's this? We pulled those photos off the shooter's phone.
They go across months.
He's been planning this thing a long time.
You know, you should show these to Bobby Diaz.
See if he remembers the guy hanging around, if anyone else was with him.
I see.
Thinking like a detective.
Well, it's worth running it down, right? Yeah.
Listen, this congressman you saved, he set up some kind of press conference, and he wants you to do it with him.
Politics isn't really my thing, Uncle Frank.
You deserve what's coming to you.
You could write your own ticket.
- Here you go.
- One more thing.
Your Aunt Meg made me promise to ask you if you'd come spend a few nights with us, and I I told her you'd probably say no.
I'll take some coffee.
You know what? I'll do it.
Not stay with you.
I'll do the press conference, and I can ask Bobby about these pictures while I'm there.
It's a good idea.
Officer Joe Kimbreau.
Now, Joe's father, Christopher Kimbreau, was a true hero as well, so he comes by it naturally.
On behalf of the mayor's office and myself, I would like to present him with the department's Distinguished Service Award.
Here we go.
My father was more of a hero than I could ever be.
All the men and women who ran into those towers that day were.
I just did what I was trained to do.
Well, I'm quite comfortable with the term.
You're my hero.
- Hey.
- No.
No! That see, that is exactly what I didn't want.
Look, I just got home right now.
Let me get to my desk, and just hold off on saying anything until then.
- Amy.
- Yes.
Okay, thank you.
What's going on? What are you doing home? I'm managing a crisis.
The concert's off, the entire rally's off.
I mean, the whole campaign might be off.
Whoa, whoa, whoa, slow down.
What are you talking about? Do you remember when I told you that Bobby's hands were shaking a bit? - Yeah.
- Okay.
So apparently it happens a lot.
At first, he thought it was stress, but then the tremors moved to his jaw.
So he finally goes to the doctor, and the neurologist says it's early onset Parkinson's.
- What? - Yeah.
- [SIGHS.]
- I I can't believe it.
So he calls me this morning, and he tells me that he's leaning towards ending the campaign.
I am so sorry.
He's so young.
Yeah, I mean, I got a million phone calls to make, and I don't want anybody hearing about this until we can actually figure out how are we going to attack this, what kind of messaging we - Hey, hey, hey.
Stop for a second.
- What? Just stop for one second, please, please, please.
You take care of you, alright? And them.
Uh, you sure you got time to play tonight? Thought you gotta have dinner with the mayor or Congress or something? Not tonight.
All right.
Any other requests? No, he doesn't know that one.
Hey, somebody put a request on a 20.
I'll keep that.
Alright, LT, let's hope this is yours.
- - Oh, crap.
What, do you guys think I'm a jukebox? I'm not sure I know how to play this one, guys.
- Come on.
- I'll give it a shot.
Hey, I love you so much.
I miss you so much.
- I love you so much too.
- Bye! You good, buddy? You comfortable? Um, I have to interview you for my "When I Grow Up" report.
You picked nursing as your career? I thought you wanted to be an astronaut.
I do, but nurses kind of saved New York from COVID, so that's cool too.
That's great.
I love that.
When's it due? Tomorrow.
Tomorrow? Dude, why'd you wait so long? Last two nights were mom's, and [WHISPERING.]
I don't want to be a paralegal.
Neither did she.
She wanted to be a lawyer.
Are you guys gonna be done taking your break soon so you can both be here every night? I I hope we can, uh We can figure out something soon.
Sounds like something grown-ups say when they don't want to say the truth.
And that sounds like something kids say when they want to stay up and it's past their bedtime.
- I love you.
Good night.
- Alright.
Do it in the morning, alright? Alright.
La, la-la, di-dee-da La-di-da, da-di-da Da-dum Love you too.
Um, could you leave the door open? I like knowing that you're nearby.
You got it.
ALL: And the waitress is practicing politics As the businessmen slowly get stoned Yes, they're sharing a drink they call loneliness But it's better than drinking alone Come on! ALL: Sing us a song You're the piano man Sing us a song tonight Well, we're all in the mood for a melody And you've got us feeling alright [CHEERS AND APPLAUSE.]
- To the piano man! - Nailed it! - [KNOCK AT DOOR.]
- It's open.
You don't even see who it is? What? I got two cops here.
- Hey, hero! - ALL: Hey.
Mal's got a girl's night tonight, and then I remembered that Friday is baked ziti night at Mrs.
I hope it's okay I brought a side dish.
Just a little something special from my restaurant.
Hey, you call that pizza? Looks like you're growing something on top of it.
Uncle Frank, this is artisanal, and I I know you don't know how to spell it, so we wrote it on the box just for you, buddy.
You're from Queens.
We don't know from artisanal.
Hey, so the countdown's on, right? - Oh, yeah.
- When is the baby coming? - Four more months.
- Congratulations.
Hey, Joe, maybe you want to learn something from your friend here? Who invited you anyway, huh? - Hi.
- Hi.
Thank you.
I'm sorry, I just have to say, I was at your Jones Beach concert the other night, the one in the hail.
It was, like, one of the most life-changing experiences of my entire life.
Thank you.
Thank you so much.
- Thank you.
- Yeah.
- Wow.
Rough life.
- Good to see you, man.
- How's it going? Good, good.
Oh, take the wife's.
I know what she's going to order.
- Where is she? - In the ladies'.
How about yours? Oh, um, Jenny's not coming.
She thought it'd be a little awkward 'Cause of the divorce papers.
I heard.
How are you holding up, man? I'm fine.
I'm okay.
$45 for a piece of salmon with no sides? Stop it.
I picked the place.
I'm gonna buy.
Okay, well, in that case, I'll take a couple rib eyes to go.
Calm down, calm down.
Did you guys get into it already? - Hey, Amy.
- No.
- Hi.
- Just started.
Get into what? Our helping you out.
We're not leaving here until we help figure out how to save your marriage.
You have to at least do "Soldier On," man.
Everybody is gonna be really happy.
They're all gonna be be expecting it.
I do not want to be Rockstar Joe at the reunion.
I just want to be ordinary Joe, enjoy the night with my wife, me meeting her old college friends.
Yeah, yeah, yeah, you will have plenty of time for all of that.
Just one, one song.
Well, now you're just negotiating against yourself.
Okay, I'm gonna go to the ladies' room.
I can't believe it might be over.
Like over, over.
I mean, you and Jenny are perfect together.
You guys are perfect together.
Look at you.
I mean, how many married couples hold hands at dinner? Do weekends in the city together I know what you're doing.
You're deflecting.
- He always does this.
He yeah.
- I do not.
Anything serious, he changes the subject.
I do not.
So tell me about Jersey.
How's it? - [BOTH LAUGH.]
- Classic, see? If it's not that, he uses denial.
I thought I was going to dinner, not a therapy session.
It is called "Reunion Under the Stars.
" Eric, I love you, man.
I'm not singing at the reunion.
I need this.
Trying to meet someone when you are a divorced guy with a baby, you do not know what that is like.
You are literally living the dream.
And the only reason is because I convinced you to go and get Amy's number ten years ago.
Okay, you're taking credit for my whole life now.
Hey, I'm taking credit where credit is due.
It seems to be that I was the one that brought you together.
I'll do it.
- You'll play "Soldier On"? - One song.
- I love you.
- I do not love you.
Joe, we should go.
- Right now? - Yeah.
Yeah, I'm sorry.
- No, please.
Oh, man.
Oh, hey, Uncle Frank, what what is that? Like, your fourth slice? I was brought up not to waste food - Okay, okay.
- No matter how bad it tastes.
Hey, so did, um, did Joe tell you about our ten-year reunion tomorrow night? - Joe? - What? Maybe Jenny will be there.
You guys were so good together in college.
Meg, do you remember her? Oh, yeah.
The smart one.
Do you remember that beautiful speech that she gave? Jenny will be there.
No plus one.
- Shut up.
- Yeah.
Joe? Hmm.
What? Why do you keep saying my name? Well? Mom, Jenny is probably married with kids for all I know.
Well, that would make sense, because that's what people do - when they're in their 30s.
- Mom! Tick tock, that's all I'm saying.
Uncle Frank, can you Can you put the pizza down and just help me out here a little bit? Meg and I got married.
Had your cousin Sarah by the time we were 28.
You don't want to be an old dad, Joe.
I'm sorry, Joe.
- No, don't say that.
- I am broken.
- No, you're not.
You're not.
- I am so You're not broken.
You're not broken.
You're perfect.
You're perfect.
We're gonna try again, okay? We're gonna try again.
It'll be okay.
It'll be okay.
And then each one should have a flag Excuse me, Ms.
Kindelán? Yeah.
Oh, that's right.
Bobby told me somebody was coming to talk to me.
Hey, nothing big, hopefully, it's just that some pictures were recovered - from the shooter's phone.
- Oh.
So if you could just look through any of these, anything that looks familiar.
I'm sorry, this This might be weird.
Is it possible that we've met before? - You went to Syracuse, right? - Yeah.
We bumped into each other at graduation with the case.
- That's right.
- Joe Kimbreau.
See, I knew it.
I remember.
I totally remember.
- You do? - Yeah, yeah.
I've thought about that moment, you know, over the years.
Let me see.
Hey, any chance you're going to the reunion tonight? I don't know.
I'm not really psyched about meeting other people's spouses and having to answer a million questions of like, "Why aren't you married and everyone in your" Oh, yeah, yeah.
I can relate.
I can relate.
- Yeah.
- Believe me.
So nothing, huh? No, nothing.
Um, hey, I'll make you a deal.
Uh, I'll go if you go.
- To the reunion? - To the reunion.
Tonight? Only if you want to.
I mean, no no pressure.
- Deal? - Deal.
- All right, then.
- Okay.
- I'll see you there.
- I'll see you there.
Well, you look fancy.
It's just the tie, bud.
Fancier than your scrubs.
Yeah, a bit.
You trying to impress people? Not really.
Is Mom gonna be there? Yeah, it's her reunion too.
That's where we met in college.
I hope you impress her.
What did you do? Pampered my wife.
You deserve it.
It's beautiful.
I can wear it when I get sworn in.
What? Bobby came by after you left today and told me that he's dropping out of the race officially.
Said he wants me to take his place on the ballot.
What'd you say? Well, that I have to talk to you, but of course, I'm gonna take it.
Oh? I thought you would be way more excited than that.
No, I am, okay? I am.
Amy, it's just Look, look, look, does this mean that we're gonna stop trying? - I haven't thought about it.
- Well, maybe you should.
You know that my biggest dream is to run for office.
And you know that my biggest dream is to be a dad.
Look, look, look, look, how long do we have to press pause? I'm gonna ask you something, and I need you to be honest with me.
What if we're not meant to have kids? Are you gonna be okay if it's just us? Wow.
Amy, come on.
Hey, Amy, where are you going? We have to get ready for the reunion.
Go without me.
As you stand Hi.
Uh, Joe Kimbreau.
Under the bar lights And the band plays some song About forgetting yourself for a while [INDISTINCT CHATTER.]
And that white dress she's wearing You haven't seen her for a while But you know Oh.
Look who it is.
Still cry when you drop your ice cream cone? Frank.
Hey! - Hey.
- What you think, huh? Cool venue.
Thank you again for doing this.
Is Amy okay? It seemed bad the other night.
- Migraine.
- Sorry to hear that.
- Yeah.
- Um, so you remember? I'm Joe Kimbreau, class of 2011.
It's a special night, so I figured I'd try something new.
I just wrote this song thinking about our college days, uh, back when life was filled with endless possibilities.
So, uh, I hope you enjoy it.
It's for you.
I'm floating in and out of endless fog In mountain high and valley low along - Hey.
- Hey.
- Sorry.
- Yeah.
- Hi.
- Hey.
- You made it.
Well, we had a deal, didn't we? Yeah, well, we had a deal ten years ago.
I wasn't supposed to let my uncle talk me - into being a cop, remember? - Right, right.
See how that turned out? Yeah.
Wow, I just I still can't believe it's been ten years.
Would it be totally crazy if I asked you to dance? - No, let's let's do it.
- Yeah? - Yeah.
- All right.
The night but I'm still landing - Hey, guys.
- Technically.
How you doing? Crazy idea.
Would you want to dance with a maybe soon-to-be-divorced guy? Um Old times.
All right.
And if I'm done with navigating Through the young Almost there, but look how far I've come The days and nights of in-betweens The future closer than it seems Weaving in and out this crazy planning Unbuckle me, I'm free, I'm finally landing This time I do believe I'm finally landing [CHEERS AND APPLAUSE.]
So I think I'm I messed up.
I keep a lot of hard stuff inside.
So you finally noticed? Yeah, I'm trying to do a thing here.
I can tell.
You put on a tie and everything.
Look, I know that it was my idea to work nights.
More money, and it would help pay for Christopher's healthcare, and I'd be home during the day to babysit, and it worked, and you said yes, and But I hated it.
I hated that I never saw you.
I hated how it put this distance between us.
I I basically got to the point that I hated my life.
I wish you had told me.
I never said anything because I felt bad that I felt bad.
We were best friends, and I ruined it.
There you are.
I love you, and I just want my best friend back.
To feel like you'd give anything For just a little place you can call your own That's when you need So is your wife here? I want to meet her.
You guys always look so cute together in all the magazines.
Yeah, we're, um we're sort of, uh, fighting right now, to be honest.
We're having trouble getting pregnant, and, um, it's pretty much the whole focus of our lives.
The magazines don't show that part.
So tell me about you or what magazine I can read that will tell me all about you.
- Oh, you mean the legal journals? - Oh, yeah.
I'm sure you already read the New England Law Review.
Oh, weekly subscriber, but just for the comics.
Well, I just made partner at my law firm.
You hit your ten-year plan.
A year late, actually.
I was supposed to make partner by 30.
Where'd you go wrong? Oh.
- I need to tell you something.
- Okay.
Remember when I wanted you to come to the shore after graduation so we could talk? - Yeah.
- Well, you didn't come.
I met Amy that weekend.
Yeah, well The thing that I was gonna tell you was I was pregnant.
And I know I said we weren't exclusive at the time, but, uh, I kind of was, so It was yours.
Oh, my God.
I'm sorry I left you out of it.
It's just when When you didn't show, I decided what I was gonna do.
I I mean, we were just kids.
I didn't want to change the course of your whole life.
So what what did you do? I had the baby.
Oh, okay.
But I, uh I put him up for adoption.
I have a I have a son? I'm a dad? I got to hold him for 24 hours after he was born.
What what did he look like? He was small.
He was really small.
I'd like to meet him.
I don't even think it's possible.
Please, please don't hate me.
I thought it was the right decision at the time, and up until this moment right now, I tried to never look back.
I'm gonna meet him.
I'm gonna find him, and I'm gonna meet him.
- So let me ask you a question.
- Yeah.
Have you arrested anybody here? - I hope not.
- I mean, come on.
Think about it.
Did anybody seem familiar? Mm, no.
Not no.
Nobody out of the entire class? Jenny.
- Joe.
- Hey.
I didn't see your name on the RSVP list.
Yeah, we it was a last-minute decision.
- Amy, this is Jenny.
- Hey.
Yeah, uh, I I was hoping to see you here.
Can't believe it's been ten years since we last talked.
- I know.
It's crazy.
- How you been? - Good, good.
I'm an assistant district attorney.
Oh, congrats.
And this is my son.
- Hi.
- Hey.
I'm Joe.
Nice to meet you.
Nice to meet you too.
Mom, it was so cool.
You could see all the constellations.
Did you feel like you were floating through space? Dude, technically, we're all floating through space.
It's just gravity that's keeping us down.
- Smart kid.
- Yes, he is.
And completely obsessed with space.
This place is usually too crowded, and I figured tonight was the perfect opportunity.
Um, well, we we were just Oh, and yeah, we've gotta keep going.
- Mm-hmm.
- So Okay, great, I have the same email as back then.
Okay, perfect.
I'll I'll send you my info.
All right.
- All righty.
- Bye.
Nice to meet you, Lucas.
- Nice to meet you too.
- Bye.
- Bye.
- Bye.
- Jenny.
- Hey.
I just I wanted to check on Chris.
- Is he awake? - Oh, no.
I haven't heard any sounds lately, but Shh.
Can you believe we made him? At least we did one thing right.
Hey, I know it's I know it's my night, but any chance you want to stay? It was a nice night, but we're not there yet.
I guess I got 40 days to convince you.
Then you walk Under the streetlights And you're too drunk to notice That everyone's staring at you You just don't care what you look like The world is falling around you It's only natural to wonder what if.
But I've learned it's more important to ask what's next? You just have to see her, you just have to see her You know that she'll break you in two
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