The Bear (2022) s03e09 Episode Script


[NARRATOR 1] The fantasy
is what we're doing now,
right here in this room, with these
lights and cameras and mirrors.
Something else is existing there.
I don't know what, but
there's something happening.
It's not part of our normal day
literal nature of how we live
but we're trying to create
something different.
[PERFORMER] All you have to
do is reach up in the air
and get all you want. Grab one.
- In the can. That's good.
With the other hand. In the can.
That's better. Blow
on it, big boy, youse.
Hold that can with both hands.
[NARRATOR 2] People frequently talk
about how much more difficult it is
to cheat in a card game than to
perform good sleight of hand.
But if you think about it,
what makes magic different is
that it's inherently honest.
You tell someone you're gonna
deceive them before you deceive them.
In some way, that makes
it more difficult.
That is the ace of clubs, the
card the woman on the aisle took.
- You're shaking your head no?
- Four of diamonds.
- If you insist.
[NARRATOR 2] Magic at its
best, for it truly to be magic,
a magical moment, it
has to be spontaneous.
It has to be something
that just happens.
I'm so tired.
- This sucks.
- Yeah, this does suck.
Yeah. Well, if we did
it when it was scheduled,
like suggested in the nonnegotiables,
it wouldn't be this bad.
I swear we do though. We do it, Carm.
- Neil.
- All we do is break down boxes.
Boxes come in, we break 'em down.
Yeah, then a shipment comes in,
and we have to do it again, right?
- What if this is a haunt?
- It's not a fucking haunt.
- You think it's a haunt?
- I don't know.
- Why would this be a haunt?
- Could be a haunt.
- No.
- What if it was?
- Yeah, what if it was?
- Who would wanna haunt us?
- Who's pissed at us right now?
- Nobody's pissed.
- Sammy's pissed at us all the time.
- Yeah, but I'd see his ass.
That's a big deal. You
know what I'm saying?
I know who's pissed at us.
- Who?
- Yeah, who?
Claire Bear.
- Well, not us. Just you.
- Not us.
- No. No, Claire wouldn't haunt us.
- How do you know?
Because that would be
chaos, and she's peace.
Totally. Piece. Like
Like of ass, right?
- What?
- Like piece of ass.
Like on the inside.
- No.
- Like a gorgeous person.
No, no, like she's calm.
She's like the peace.
- P-E-A-C-E. Peace.
- Okay. Yeah. All right. Respect. Respect.
Do you think about her?
Not really. Just, like, every day.
See? She's haunting your ass, dude.
- She's haunting you.
- No.
- Why don't you just say you're sorry?
- Yeah.
Can't do that. It's too hard.
It's not too hard, pimp.
- There's always time.
- It's super easy.
Bear, check this out. Hey, Ted.
- Yeah?
- You be Claire Bear.
I'm gonna be Carmy
because we're best friends.
- I know his nuances.
- Okay.
- Check this out.
- Yeah.
- Hey, Claire Bear.
- Yeah?
Hey, I'm really sorry.
- Done. Done.
- Done. See?
- Break down the fucking boxes.
- I'm breaking 'em down.
- I'm breaking 'em. The boxes.
- We're making way.
We always break down
the boxes. For sure.
Maybe she's haunting me.
- Stupid boxes.
- They're stupid.
Okay. I wanted to
I wanted to start off by
saying I'm I'm so I'm
grateful and All right.
This Okay, so I wanted
I wanted to talk to you
because an opportunity came up
and it's very It's exciting.
Do it fast. Fuck.
needs to get good or go away.
Still waiting on
Wagyu. Let's fucking go.
Still waiting on Wagyu. Let's push.
- No. Still waiting on Wagyu.
- I've refired, Chef.
Refire it again. I had to cook
it myself. Let's fucking go.
Faster, please.
You're fucking killing me. Please.
The cook on the Wagyu has
been off all night tonight.
Please, chefs. Please, let's pick it up.
You don't want smoke,
but you want music.
- You hear the music here?
- Yes.
Push, chefs! The cook is
fucked. Refire, please.
Waiting on Wagyu all fucking day.
- Please, again. Let's fucking go.
- Faster and cleaner, Chef.
No. Refire again, guys. The cook
is off all fucking night tonight.
Let's fucking go. You guys
are fucking killing me.
Still waiting on agnolotti.
Cavatelli. Still waiting
on agnolotti and Wagyu.
Please. Let's fucking go.
Let's fucking push, please. Let's
fucking go. Syd, waiting on Wagyu.
- Richie asked for a hold.
- Richie doesn't get fucking holds.
Push. Refire again. Let's fucking go.
Please give me the
fucking agnolotti. Push.
Still waiting on
Wagyu. Let's fucking go.
Push, please.
Marcus, waiting on 23.
Waiting on agnolotti.
Waiting on Wagyu. Marcus, speak.
- [MARCUS] Firing, Chef.
- Fire faster, please. We are behind.
- Faster. Faster.
- Chef Sydney, refire 21. Server dropped.
That's the third fucking
time in two weeks!
- [RICHIE] What do you want me to do?
- Teach your people how to walk!
[RICHIE] Teach your people
how to fucking cook faster!
I'm so fucking sick of this.
- [RICHIE] What is this?
- Promo.
Today felt like two days.
[HUFFS] Long one, man.
How many turns?
One and three-quarters.
Oh, what's this asterisk?
Extra dessert on 42.
- We missed a birthday?
- Yeah.
Fuck. That's on me.
Fuck. Going forward
We don't miss birthdays.
- Chef.
- Chef.
Expo is killing us.
[YAWNING] I could trade again.
- Then I'd have to cover your station.
- Okay. Then I'd cover yours.
You good?
Yeah, I'm gonna crack it eventually.
I didn't mean the plate.
I'm fine. Yeah.
You good?
Yeah, I mean. I could
stay later if you need
No. No, no, no.
You should get some rest.
You should get some rest.
Tonight was off.
Been off.
I'm sorry.
It's hard to keep up with you sometimes.
Yeah. Well, I've been doing this longer.
I didn't mean on a skill level.
There's something I wanna run by you.
It can wait.
- You sure?
- Yeah, I'm tired.
- We're both tired.
- Yeah. I'm right here.
It's fine.
We're closed tomorrow night.
Did you just remember?
It's the, um, Ever funeral service
- tomorrow night.
- Oh. Whoa.
But on the bright side, you know,
you'll be able to see a lot of
really incredible people, like
Yeah. Yeah, no. It's gonna be
Yeah, serious, man. Real heat.
You should come.
No. Um No, I'm
- Yeah.
- Nah, I've got a lot of stuff to do and
It will be your last
chance to eat at Ever.
- I'm very aware of that
- Right.
but I don't really think
that's, like, my place to
- be there.
- Syd, it's it's it's Ever.
Yeah, I I know. I
So what are you talking about?
You should come.
- Good.
- Good.
Look. I, uh
I've been wanting to talk about
I don't want it to be so
hard to keep up with me.
Got it. Great.
Okay. Thank you.
Then, good night.
Good night.
I don't know ♪
What you mean to me ♪
But I want to turn you on ♪
Turn you up, figure you out ♪
I wanna take you on ♪
These words ♪
"You will be mine" ♪
These words ♪
"You will be mine" ♪
All the time ♪
The fool might be ♪
My middle name ♪
But I'd be foolish ♪
Not to say ♪
I'm going to make ♪
Whatever it takes ♪
Bring you up, call you down ♪
Sign your name, secret love ♪
Make it rhyme, take you in ♪
And make you mine ♪
I'm sorry.
I'm sorry. Fuck.
- Saline flush.
- What happened?
He was playing with
friends. Fell off the roof.
- You ready?
- Ready.
Okay. One, two, three.
Now with love ♪
Come strange currencies ♪
And here is my appeal ♪
I need a chance ♪
A second chance ♪
A third chance ♪
A fourth chance ♪
A word, a signal ♪
A nod, a little breath ♪
Just to fool myself ♪
To catch myself ♪
To make it real, real ♪
These words ♪
"You will be mine" ♪
I really love you.
- Chef.
- Morning, Chef.
What you doing here?
Been getting my ass
kicked during service,
so I figured I'd come
in and work on things
while we're not in the shits.
- What about you?
- Same same, man.
- Morning, morning, chefs.
- Chef.
You working on something?
- Hey, neph. Yo.
- Unc, what you got?
The name they got for
these is golf clubs.
You know, funnily
enough, I am missing one.
Wouldn't happen to be
the one wedged up your ass
the last couple of weeks, would it?
- You come here to give me shit or what?
- Relax.
I'm flying out to Seattle tonight,
so I don't want to
leave them in the car.
What are you doing?
Fucking spraying shit?
Yeah. Just spraying shit.
Any idea when this
fucking review's coming?
Haven't really been thinking about it.
- It'll be good.
- Yeah.
Like at all.
Yeah. No, me neither.
- You been thinking about it?
- A lot.
Yeah, me too.
- It's gonna be a good review.
- How you know?
I don't.
Well, dreams are a son
of a bitch, aren't they?
I went to this lecture
series at U of Chicago.
You went to a lecture series?
Yeah, I went to a lecture series.
How you think I got so
fucking erudite? A bong hit?
Anyway, dreams, they always, like
They start from a
place of passion, right?
And by the way, when I
say dreams, I mean goals.
Not like when you're, you
know, asleep and you're stuck
at the bottom of a swimming
pool and your fucking teeth keep
floating up out of your
head and you look down
and you got a fucking tattoo
of a bulldog on your cock.
Anyway, so I'm in this lecture,
and it's called "The Day
Tomorrow Began," right?
It's all about these
breakthroughs in, like, science
and fucking culture and whatever.
And, um, actually about how
they're all born from people
of the U of Chicago, right
here in Illinois, you know?
Crazy fucking shit, let me tell you.
Like carbon dating.
You know what that is?
I don't think so.
So when anything is alive
anything, like plants,
animals, human beings, whatever,
we absorb carbon 14 atoms
into our tissue, all right?
So then when we die, those atoms
start to get released
back out in the atmosphere.
This one motherfucker, right?
He figures out how to measure
how long something's been dead
by counting the
remaining carbon 14 atoms.
Who the fuck thinks of that, right?
- I don't know.
- Another one?
First nuclear reactor.
That's right. University
of fucking Chicago, baby.
- Huh.
- Yeah. It's inspiring, really,
'cause it's kind of, like,
if you really nurture
these dreams, these goals,
no matter how batshit crazy they sound,
and trust me, there are, like,
15 more of these breakthroughs,
positively fucking idiotic, all right?
But you can make an impact, right?
You can actually change
the fucking world,
as long as you have a place like
the university to take care of you,
to let you do your thing.
Let you drive, right?
And, uh, keep you financed.
I just remember, the whole
time, thinking, "Whoa,
not everything can be that."
Bear, listen, you know, I've
been trying to nurture this thing.
- I have.
- I know.
But if we get killed
I-I-I gotta not get killed.
All right. So, what are you telling me?
I'm telling you that
if we get a bad review,
I gotta cut the fucking string.
All right.
So look, there's some other info
it is my duty to impart to you,
and it's just my sincere hope you
don't resent me for it too much.
Is it worse than that?
I can't wait.
Your mom wants you to call her.
It's the baby.
Yeah, no, no. I figured.
When did you see her?
Been helping me with something.
You've been fucking
avoiding it, haven't you?
Yeah. Hoping it would just go away.
Well, only one way to make that happen.
- What's that?
- Just run right the fuck into it.
- I don't resent you.
- Phew.
[CHUCKLES] Were you
losing sleep over that one?
I don't know, Bear. I've been
thinking the last few days, uh
- What?
- Uh
Sometimes I-I wish that, uh
I wish I'd have done more.
- What more?
- You know, with your ma and Mikey,
and all the fucking crazy shit.
What could you have done?
I could have tried. [SCOFFS]
I also
I wasn't really there.
Buddy, I do not blame
you one fucking second
for cruising, all right?
- I know, but I did it.
- You got that clear?
And sometimes I think I could have
What? What the fuck could you have done?
I could have tried.
here we are.
We can call it even?
We're even.
Except for the 850 fucking
thousand dollars you owe me,
we are square, baby.
Dead fucking even.
Yeah, there is that.
All right, so this was nice.
Where do I put these
motherfucking things
so that weird people don't
put their hands on 'em?
- Fuck. One second.
How'd it go?
- 'Cause you didn't tell him.
- I kinda told him.
What am I supposed to say?
- That you can't cover your shorts.
- He's terrible at math.
You say, "I'm fucked. The
market ripped, and I'm fucked."
You give him a deadline, you apologize,
you tell him you love him, you'll
make it up to him down the road.
But this is this. It is what it is.
- You don't have kids.
- Dude, you have a 15-year-old.
I'm not talking about him.
How are we for time?
- Hour and a half.
- Should give us plenty of time
- for you to lose the rest of it.
- Suck my fucking balls.
- The truth is, it's better
- Shut the fuck up.
I pay you too much money.
Shut the fuck up right now.
First, are you gonna be
able to continue to pay me?
Second, I think this:
It's probably better for you to
experience what it's like to be poor.
They say that leads to empathy.
- Hey.
- Yeah.
- I got an idea.
- Go ahead.
How about you take a nice,
long walk off a short pier,
and then go fuck yourself?
- [RICHIE] How's your job?
- [TIFFANY] It's okay.
Kids are still kind of
fucked up from COVID.
- [SCOFFS] Can you blame them?
- No.
- I can't imagine being a kid right now.
- Mm-mmm.
How's the restaurant?
It's great.
Am I allowed to come in yet?
- Yeah, when it's perfect.
- Perfect? Yes. Understood.
- Yo!
- [TIFFANY] Oh, no!
- [RICHIE] Do not pick that up!
- Put that down right now! No!
When are you gonna RSVP?
- I did.
- No, you didn't.
- Yeah, I did.
- Are you going to?
- Yeah, I
- I mean,
I don't wanna make you, but
I would like you to be there.
No, I just I guess it
must have slipped my mind.
- I know it's a lot.
- No.
I don't wanna be weird
about this with you
- It's all good.
- but
It's all good, baby, baby.
It's all good.
I don't wanna be dramatic
about it, but, you know,
I don't have a lot of family left.
- I know.
- You're kind of like it for me.
I don't wanna make it weird,
but unless it's really awful and
hard or fucking terrible for you,
I would like you to come, and
I'm gonna be honest with you,
even if it is awful and
fucking terrible for you,
I'd still like you to come.
And it's gonna be really
mellow, at our house.
- Not a lot of people.
I see you using all
those good key words.
Well, I know my demographic.
Is it about Frank?
- Nah, he seems okay.
- Yeah.
It would be nice to
hate him though, right?
- Yeah, it'd be nice to hate him.
I mean,
I just think it would be
nice for her if you're there.
Can I ask you, did you
tell her that I'm alone?
I didn't know what to say, 'cause
Hey! Hey, don't eat that!
Do not eat that! No! No!
Actually, you should eat that.
Yeah, you're gonna love that.
It tastes just like carrots.
- Yuck! That's gross.
- Okay.
- That's what I thought.
- That was good.
Ever meet anyone that hates
carrots as much as her?
- Yeah. Unc.
- [LAUGHS] Yeah.
That dude fucking hates vegetables.
I'm sorry that I told
her you were alone.
I don't want her worrying about me.
I get that.
Did I tell you that I saw Claire?
She told me everything
that Carmy said to her.
- It was so fucked up.
- Who fucking cares?
He said something like, if
anything good happens to him,
it's gonna explode in his face, and
it'd be all her fault or something.
Wonder where he picked that up.
Yeah, I wonder where he picked that up.
Thanks for being so good to her.
And thank you for being so good to her.
Just RSVP, okay? Don't be a bitch.
Yeah, yeah.
- [MIMICS] Yeah, yeah.
- How's it going, Chef?
You ever get lost in a plate?
Every single day.
- Can I try it?
- Please. Yeah.
It's really good.
- Really?
- Mm-hmm.
I know I haven't asked
you in a minute, but
Well, I'm all right.
- Really?
- Yeah.
It's okay if you're
not all right, you know?
Sometimes I'll get, like
like, flashes of her.
Like, memories.
Good memories?
You're lucky to have 'em.
I sure am.
Hey, can I give you an idea?
Please. Huh.
Okay, um
When I was in Copenhagen,
I tried this pumpkin dish
that they, like, smoked
and grated over the plate.
- Like a Parm?
- Yeah. Yeah, exactly.
And you have this cauliflower
that's, like, really rich.
So if you took, I don't know,
the horseradish and smoked it
And what if, like, the
cauliflower was, like
- Pureed?
- Pureed.
Yes. Thank you, Chef.
- Of course, Chef.
- All right.
- Do we have a smoker?
- Yeah.
- Yeah. It's just extremely small.
- It's gonna take a while.
Choose to enjoy ♪
One's time by the water ♪
And let one's future flow out ♪
On and in her honor ♪
No words to fumble with ♪
I'm not a beggar to
language any longer ♪
Is it okay if we pull over?
[DRIVER] Uh, you'll have to add a stop.
Oh, yeah. I'll add a stop.
Don't get it twisted ♪
My heart's still in it ♪
My dedication's a star ♪
And it shines on our differences ♪
And there's love in the meantime ♪
I'm so proud of this moment ♪
In this simulation here with you ♪
Ah, it's so fuckin' harder ♪
Can you feel me? ♪
Can you feel what I do? ♪
I'm at the front of the moment ♪
And I'm blowin' my little
kisses to you, baby ♪
I'm blowin' my little kisses ♪
Can you feel what I do? ♪
I'm at the front of the moment ♪
So don't be mad ♪
If I choose to spend my time ♪
Down by the water ♪
And I let my future flow out ♪
On and in her honor ♪
There's no words to fumble with ♪
I'm not a beggar to
language any longer ♪
It's a state of mind only
God could come up with ♪
Only God could come up with it ♪
Only God could come up with this ♪
When we get there, we
have to be respectful
- and very quiet.
- Absolutely. Hospitals are sacred.
The worst day of a person's
life can be in a hospital.
- Or the best day.
- Or the best day.
Remember when they fixed your short arm?
- Look at that. It's long now.
- It's gorgeous.
- Isn't that crazy?
- It's fantastic.
- I know. It looks strong.
- Good, right?
I know.
But when we get there,
it's important that we
we go with peace.
We don't want to put
pressure on the situation.
We don't want to freak her
out. We want her to be relaxed.
- I'm gonna do all the talking.
- I'm also gonna do all the talking.
- No. Well
- Yeah.
Do you think it's weird
that we're going there
- and speaking on his behalf?
- I don't think so.
I'm his best friend. I know
him better than anybody.
I know he wants to say
it, but he never would.
- So maybe it is good we're going.
- Yeah, but I I I think
it doesn't hurt to just say
a couple of little things.
- Yeah. I think she still loves him.
- See, I know that.
- I know.
- I know that.
That's why we're going.
That's why we're going.
- Dude.
- Because we're good guys.
- We are good. See?
- See?
This is meant to be.
Do you think we're going to heaven?
What religion are we?
I'm whispering 'cause
they're sleeping. Come on in.
- [PETE] Oh, my God.
- [SYDNEY] What do we got?
- We got beef Bolognese
- [PETE] Oh, my God.
- beef stew, noodles. Minestrone.
- [PETE] Oh, yes.
Oh. Hey, can I make some Bolo now?
Sure. Yeah, I mean, it
might wake them up, but
Oh, okay. I'll save it. What's that one?
Oh, it's, um, lasagna, but
with the corners that she likes.
- The burnt corners?
- Yeah. The burnt corners.
- Can I make that one now?
- Yeah, but it also might wake them up.
Okay, yeah.
Syd, this is awfully cool of you.
Seriously, like, she's gonna freak.
[CHUCKLES] Yeah. I mean, happy to help.
Um, how how are you feeling, New Dad?
It's, like, grateful, you know?
Oh, hey, before I forget. Um,
Nat said I need to
look through that thing.
- Oh, no. You don't.
- No, I looked through it.
- Oh, great.
- Yeah.
- Why? What's up?
- What? Nothing. I don't know.
- What's up with you?
- I mean, that's good, right?
Yes. No. It's It's great.
Sorry, I was What did it say?
It's a pretty good salary,
70 a year. A couple bonuses.
Oh, nice.
Um, insurance?
Um, after three months.
[CHUCKLES] So you just have
to survive three months.
Well, yeah, but I mean,
it's rocking, right?
Like, it's going great.
Yeah, I was more making
like a bad joke, I think.
- Gotcha.
- Yeah.
The food is so good.
- Oh. Thanks.
- Yeah, you should be proud.
Um, cool. Well, I'll I'll
head out. I'll let you
Thank you so much for this.
- Yeah. No, no.
- Really appreciate it.
Hey, do you think the beef stew
would make noise if I cooked it?
- What?
- Like, would that wake 'em up?
I wasn't talking about the noise.
I think I just more was,
like, the smell of food
- sometimes
- Oh, right. Yeah.
I thought different ones
were more noisy or something.
- Uh, no. Thanks for looking at it though, Pete.
- Oh, my pleasure.
- Yeah.
- Yeah.
[NEIL] Dr. Dunlap? Dr. Claire Dunlap?
Dr. Claire? Dr. Claire Bear?
Do you guys know Do you
guys know Dr. Claire? Hey.
[WHISPERING] What are you doing here?
- What?
- Are you okay?
Well, I told 'em downstairs
that I was sick so I can
Are you sick?
- No.
- Then what
What are you doing?
My love, what are you doing here?
No, I wanted to tell you that
Carmy doesn't know we're here, but
I don't think that he
knows, like, how to tell you.
And I think that he's, like, stuck.
And I think that he loves you,
and I and I want you to know
that, like, when we were kids,
- when we were in high school
- [TED] Neil.
- Yeah.
- Why did you leave me?
- What the fuck is he doing here?
- I didn't leave you. I told you
- You left me.
- I didn't.
I was walking down the
hallway looking for Dr
- No. You walked ahead of me.
- I walked ahead of you.
- Where did you turn?
- Can you not shout in a hospital?
Can you just calm
I love you both so much.
- I fucking love you. You have to leave.
- I know.
I took a couple wrong turns,
and saw a guy get cut
- Like, wide open.
- Were you in an operating room?
I think I might have been. Hey,
you know Carm's all in, right?
- Like, chips pushed all the way forward.
- That's what I was just saying.
Like, he likes you more
than he likes himself.
I mean, that's actively not true
in that I have not heard from him.
He was in the fridge,
right? Remember that?
- His whole world was
- Yeah, I remember that.
That was a miscommunication. Like,
he really has thought about it,
and he told me a couple of times,
like, how much he does like you.
- The fridge was good for him, by the way.
- I've seen him be happy before.
Like, we were on this class trip,
and we were gonna go on a canoe trip.
He was really excited.
And I know that he has, like,
he's happy on the inside, but he just
- He is happy on the inside.
- He's broken because I don't think
We weren't allowed to go
canoeing when we got there.
But nobody takes care of
Carmy like, you know, Donna.
And it's just, like It's
just really tough for him.
I think that you could be that
person that takes care of him,
'cause he would take care of you,
'cause you know that he has, like,
strong shoulders and he has strong arms.
And I think that, like, he
could hug you a lot more.
Yeah, for sure. That was
good. That was strong.
I I-I can't do this here,
but I love you guys so much.
We love you so much, and
I know that he loves you.
- You're the peace.
- No.
- Yeah. Hey, no, exactly.
- No.
Like, you are the peace.
- No.
- Yeah, Claire Bear.
You're the peace.
You are.
I don't know.
I I I don't know,
guys. I don't. I don't.
- You don't have to
- It's done.
- I love you both. This is so sweet of you.
- Yeah.
You have to leave my job,
because this is my work.
But I love But it's so meaningful.
And your multiple texts
mean so much to me.
- Yeah.
- Hey, who's Diane? Who's Diane, by the way?
No, no, you fucked enough of my
friends. Also, get that checked.
- What?
- What Kelly said. Just get that checked.
- What did Kelly say?
- You know what I'm talking about.
Well, I dreamt I saw you walkin' ♪
Up a hillside in the snow ♪
Casting shadows on the winter sky ♪
As you stood there counting crows ♪
One for sorrow, two for joy ♪
Three for girls and four for boys ♪
Five for silver ♪
Six for gold ♪
Seven for a secret ♪
Never to be told ♪
Blue morning ♪
Wrapped in strands of fist and bone ♪
Curiosity, Kitten ♪
Doesn't have to mean
you're on your own ♪
You can look outside your window ♪
He doesn't have to know ♪
- We can talk a while, baby ♪
We can take it nice and slow ♪
There's a bird that nests inside you ♪
Sleeping underneath Your skin ♪
And when you open up
your wings to speak ♪
I wish you'd let me in ♪
All your life is such
a shame, shame, shame ♪
All your love is just
a dream, dream, dream ♪
Open up your eyes ♪
You can see the
flames, flames, flames ♪
Of your wasted life ♪
You should be ashamed ♪
Now, you don't wanna
waste your life, baby ♪
I mean, you don't wanna
waste your life now, darling ♪
You don't wanna
waste your life, baby ♪
You don't wanna waste
your life now, darling ♪
Ah, you don't wanna
waste your life now, baby ♪
I said you don't wanna
waste your life now, darling ♪
Ah, you don't wanna
waste your life now, baby ♪
Ah, you don't wanna ♪
You don't wanna ♪
Waste your life now, darling ♪
Change, change, change ♪
Change, change, change ♪
Change ♪
Change ♪
Change ♪
Change ♪
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