Virgin River (2019) s03e07 Episode Script


[DOC] Lilly?
- I called Mel.
- [DOC] Lilly?
I'm in here, Doc! We're in here!
[LILLY] Thank God you're
here. She had a seizure.
[DOC] She has epilepsy.
Yeah. It's been at least five
years since her last episode.
Did you time it?
I think it was 90 seconds,
and then I heard her fall.
- [LILLY] I'm afraid she hit her head.
- What is she taking?
- Lamotrigine. Fifty milligrams a day.
- [LILLY] Yeah.
Okay. Tara? Can you hear me? It's Mel.
Doc's just gonna take your
blood pressure, all right?
What happened?
Where am I?
[DOC] You're at home,
honey. You had a seizure.
- Where's my mom?
- I'm here, baby. Right here, sweetie.
- And Mel and Doc are taking care of you.
- Hey, Lilly.
- [LILLY] Hm?
Why don't we go make
coffee for everyone?
- It's okay. We got her.
- Okay.
Her vitals are stable.
Do you wanna try sitting up, sweetheart?
- Here we go.
[MEL] All right. How are you
feeling? Are you dizzy at all?
- No.
- Okay. Do you feel nauseous?
[MEL] How's your head feel?
Do you have a headache?
No? I'm just gonna feel your head
and see if you have any bumps, okay?
All right, sweetheart. I don't
think that you have a concussion,
but just to be safe,
I'm gonna have Lilly wake you up
every few hours throughout the night.
- All right. You're okay.
I'm gonna go talk to Doc, okay?
Here, let's get you a blanket.
[QUIETLY] So what's her history?
It's primarily tonic, but I have
seen some absence seizures too.
We think it started with a bad
fever when she was an infant,
and fortunately, her
medications are very effective.
- You think stress triggered it?
- Most likely.
[MEL] Yeah.
[MEL] Oh God. Poor thing.
She's probably so overwhelmed
with Lilly's cancer
and having to take care of Chloe.
We need a plan to get them support ASAP.
Otherwise, Tara's seizures are
gonna increase in frequency.
This is all my fault.
Stress is one of Tara's
triggers, and, um
Well, we were in the car
talking about my cancer,
and we came home, she had a seizure.
Hey, hey, no. Lilly, come on.
You can't blame yourself, okay?
I'll I'll take care of Chloe.
- Thank you.
- [JACK] Everything's gonna be just fine.
[QUIETLY] I wish that were true.
[SOFTLY] Oh, hey.
Hey! Oh, Chloe.
Hey. Oh.
Did all the people in
your house wake you up? Hm?
Those naughty people.
Oh, that's no good!
- It's okay. Come on.
- Okay. Okay.
It's all right.
[SING-SONG] What do you
need? What do you need?
Do you need that?
Isn't that pretty?
- No?
Close your eyes.
- Okay, okay. You're not ready.
- Okay, okay.
- Oh, you're not ready. You're not ready.
Well, you wanna know something?
When it comes to all of
this, I'm not ready either.
- Okay? Don't tell anyone.
- [MEL] I'm sorry.
- I didn't mean to wake you up.
- It's okay. What time is it?
It's early.
I didn't think you were
leaving for LA till tomorrow?
Um, I'm not. I just, uh,
got a lot to do today.
[GROANS] Baby, I feel
like before you go,
I gotta explain why
I'm not going with you.
No, it's fine.
Can't leave the bar.
- [MEL] I totally get it.
- No, no. It's not just that.
Look, I want our first trip away
together to be special, you know?
I want it to be about us,
not your sister's
divorce. Believe it or not.
- Makes sense.
- Mm.
- You look a little tired.
- You should come back to bed.
- I told you I have a lot to do today.
Oh yeah, but come on.
It's not even 7:00.
- Aw, you're not making this easy.
- Oh really?
I just want attention.
- Hey.
- Where's Christopher?
He's, uh, playing with Tucker.
Charmaine's dog?
Yeah. There's some sort of
issue, so Jack took him in.
Oh. So you're already dog-sitting.
You are a saint.
Well, actually,
we offered to look after Tucker
when Jack went to Lilly's.
- Uh-huh?
- Christopher took one look at that dog.
- [CHUCKLES] It was love at first sight.
- Didn't have the heart to say no?
- Pretty much.
- You're an old softie.
But I think it's good. You know?
Christopher could use a buddy.
- Yeah, I thought so.
- Mm-hmm.
- Oh.
- Mm-hmm.
- Oh, you gotta be kidding me.
- They're canceling the camp play.
- Why can't they find another director?
- Christopher worked his tail off.
- Yeah, I know.
- He's gonna be devastated.
- Not on my watch.
I'll call over there
and take care of it.
No, you don't have to do that.
Well, I don't mind.
Connie, you have been doing
so much work around here.
I feel like we're
taking advantage of you.
[SPLUTTERING] Are you saying
you don't want my help?
Because you certainly can't
do this all by yourself.
No, not exactly. It's just
Look, I'm just just worried that
eventually you're gonna resent me.
I see.
I thought you'd be relieved.
[FLAT] I am.
Wonderful not to be needed.
I'm sorry, you said there's a spring?
Yeah, and the source is right
under your lot, which means
I have to notify Fish and Wildlife.
And get a survey done and
submit an LSA application,
but it's not guaranteed.
Wait, so how long till he
can break ground on the house?
Anywhere between eight
months and a year.
And that's if the permit gets approved.
These environmental protection concerns
have led to a hold on building permits.
Just Wait a second. My
house was built in 1954.
Surely there's a grandfather clause
that would allow me
to build before then.
These days, new construction
requires a permit.
So I gotta wait for up to a year for
a permit that I might not even get
or sell and take a loss?
Sorry. I wish I had better news for you.
- Yeah.
Listen, I have other meetings,
so let me know what
you guys decide, yeah?
- Sure. Thanks for coming out, man.
- All right.
See ya.
Man, if I don't have a
place for the twins to stay,
Charmaine's gonna use
this against me for sure.
Um, how about Mel's?
Yeah, that's fine at the beginning,
but if I want partial custody,
the twins will have to
have their own bedroom.
Then look for another place.
Dude, with what cash?
Sell the land?
Come on. Who in their right mind
is gonna buy a residential lot
knowing that they can't get
a building permit? I just
Man, I feel like the deck is
stacked against me, you know?
I keep trying to do the right thing,
and everywhere I turn, a roadblock.
Come on, man. That's
not the Jack I know.
Well, it's how I feel.
When we were serving,
remember what you'd say?
The only way to fail is to quit.
I just don't feel like that guy anymore.
Hey. There you are.
- What are you doing out here?
- Hm, I've been up for a while.
- Oh, you're so warm.
- You cold?
- Want me to grab your blanket?
- No. I wanna stay just like this.
for staying the night.
Is that a hint it's time for me to go?
Actually, I was, uh, hoping we
could spend the day together.
Is that necessary?
I gotta go to work.
Don't worry about it. Maybe
we can see each other tonight?
You know what? I have a better idea.
- Yeah? What?
- I'm not gonna be long.
You stay here, I'll
bring back breakfast.
- Breakfast in bed?
- Mm-hmm.
Anything you want.
[CHUCKLES SOFTLY] Where do I sign?
- Don't move.
[QUIETLY] Oh, damn it.
- [RICKY] Can I take your order?
- I didn't know you were working today.
Why would you think that?
I don't know. I was hoping at least
one thing would go right today.
What's wrong?
The internet is down at the B&B,
and it is crazy slow here. [SIGHS]
So, are you, like, never
gonna speak to me again?
I don't know.
I feel like you have what you want,
and what I want doesn't matter.
Living together is a huge jump
from being boyfriend-girlfriend.
Listen. Hey.
I love you,
and I wanna be with you.
I guess it is a big step.
- Can we talk about it in the future?
- Sure.
- You, uh, want me to get you some fries?
- Yes, please. Extra salt.
- You got it.
Hey, um,
who was that marine guy you were
talking to at the Lumberjack Games?
Hm? Uh, just, uh, some guy
trying to recruit people.
Really? It seemed like
you guys knew each other.
- No.
- So you've never met him before?
[WHISPERS] Holy hell. I think
that guy's Granger Smith.
Who's Granger Smith?
Huge country music singer.
- So he's famous?
- Heck yeah.
Hey, man.
- Something going on with you and Lizzie?
- Why?
I hate to tell you this, but
she's checking out that guy there.
Oh. I told her that's Granger Smith.
No, it's not.
Yeah, I know.
[JACK] Hm.
[PREACHER] Hey, I gotta drop
by the camp. Be back in an hour.
All right. Can you swing by the
bakery truck on your way back?
I told Connie we're running low on pies.
Can't Ricky do it?
Yeah, but isn't Christopher's
camp right by the truck?
- Uh, yeah. Yeah, I guess it is.
- So
So, it's just that Connie and I
had a misunderstanding this morning.
Oh. Sorry to hear that.
Don't worry about it.
I'll pick up the pies.
No. I got it.
You know, um, gotta
face the music some time.
Might as well be now.
Okay, so I have an idea.
[DOC] Go on.
Um, I'm thinking about
creating a care calendar
to reduce Tara's stress.
And how would that work?
I'd create a schedule,
and people can sign up for anything
that Lilly or Tara might need,
like, um, running errands,
babysitting, bringing
meals, that kind of stuff.
That is a good idea.
Thanks. I'll run it by
Lilly this afternoon.
Oh, um, by the way, I wanna tell you,
I have decided against
bringing in Dr. Hansen.
Oh. I thought you liked her.
She didn't seem like the right fit.
Um, are you gonna keep
interviewing people?
No. For now, I've decided
to, uh, put my search on hold.
[SIGHS] Look, I've been
wanting to talk to you
about how I told Jack you were retiring.
What about it?
Well, I just want to apologize.
And I'm sorry that you feel
like I breached your confidence.
The only reason I brought it up with him
was because I was caught off guard,
and I needed to work out my feelings.
I told him not to say anything,
but you know Jack. He was
just trying to be protective.
I'm not mad at Jack. I know
his intentions are good, and
- But you're still mad at me.
- I wouldn't say mad.
I, uh
More like frustrated.
Frustrated, how?
I have worked 30 years alone
to build this practice,
and up until now,
anything that had to do
with the work was strictly my business.
Okay, so you feel like
being on your own was better.
It was easier. The only person
I had to answer to was me.
It's not about answering to me.
It's just about having
respect for a colleague.
I do respect you, but it
doesn't mean that I'm comfortable
having you involved in
every aspect of my life.
I'm not talking about every aspect.
I am just talking about the clinic.
But this is what you gotta understand.
The clinic, this clinic,
this is my life!
I looked him up. That's
not Granger Smith.
Oh. I guess not. Oh well. [CHUCKLES]
Thanks for the fries.
So, are we okay?
Yeah, but I gotta get to work.
I love you, dummy.
Why the hell am I here?
I just need to clarify a
few things in your statement.
Where were you the
night of the shooting?
I was at Juvy's. Bea vouched for me.
She's amended her timeline.
There's now two hours where
you're unaccounted for,
which is plenty of time to do that.
You actually think I shot Jack?
I don't know, Brady. You tell me.
Why would I do something like that?
When Calvin first hired you,
within a couple weeks,
most of his assets
were transferred into your name.
Then Jack turns the
cops onto the fentanyl,
but to take Calvin down, we
needed someone on the inside.
You show up.
You give us a date and a location
to score the evidence that we need.
But when we get there, the
operation's cleared out.
Now, Calvin doesn't know
that you were the informant
that triggered the raid.
Otherwise, you'd be dead by now.
But he knows that you let Spencer live.
So, to save yourself, you
needed to make it up to him
by getting rid of Jack.
That's a bunch of crap.
And I'm not saying anything
more until I got a lawyer.
Good call.
am I free to go?
Just don't leave town,
and stay away from Jack.
- [JACK] Does somebody need a coffee?
- Yeah.
To go, please.
- You having a rough morning too?
- Doc is frustrated with me.
- What, more than usual?
- [SCOFFS] Yeah.
Don't know. Something's
going on with him.
I just can't figure out what it is.
Well, he's probably upset about Lilly.
Sure, but he's been acting
like this for a while.
- Hm.
- [MEL] So, what's going on with you?
Oh, just There's an issue with
getting a permit to rebuild my house.
Ugh, I'm sorry. Is
there anything I can do?
Not unless you know how
to relocate an aquifer.
I do not.
How about some food?
Oh, no, just the coffee, thanks.
I'm on my way out to see Lilly.
All right. What time we doing dinner?
[MEL] I'm not sure yet.
Between the scheduling,
submitting insurance forms,
and charting, my day
is just kind of packed.
Yeah. Well, just try to imagine
doing all that with a baby in the mix.
- What?
- What is that supposed to mean?
- Nothing.
- It's gonna be easier if you just tell me.
No, nothing. Really. It was just
I was with Chloe last night,
and every time I put her
down, she starts crying again.
I had to hold her the whole time.
Trying to imagine doing that with two.
It's it's a lot.
I think if you really want something,
you figure out how to make it work.
Just, where's the breaking point?
There's only so many hours in the day.
Well, only you know your limit.
Yeah. I just don't wanna
bite off more than I can chew.
I'm sorry. I didn't really
wanna have this discussion here.
Yeah, but, I mean, I do wanna
know what you're thinking.
- Even if it's not what you wanna hear?
- Of course.
I gotta go.
I'll bring food home from the
bar. We can eat whenever you want.
- That sounds good.
- Good.
- Thanks for the coffee.
- Yeah.
Well, tell Lilly I said hi.
I will.
Wanna practice our lines?
Preach! What are you doing here?
I heard you're looking for a director.
- Really?
- Mm-hmm.
You're the best!
- They told us the play might get canceled.
Oh, not while I'm on duty. Hey, Owen.
Okay, everyone.
Let's grab a seat.
All right.
Now, my name is John.
Everyone calls me Preacher.
So I am the new director.
What happened to Dave?
- Is he dead?
- No. No, Dave is not dead.
He just has a family emergency.
All right. So our mission is
to perform The Wizard of Oz.
- You look like an Avenger.
- He's a marine.
Whoa! Have you ever
killed anyone before?
Hey, how about we just,
you know, focus on the play?
- Um, we don't know what to do.
- All right.
Well, who here, besides
Christopher, knows their lines? Hm?
Okay. Then that's where we'll start.
When will we learn the songs?
- Songs?
[MEL] So you're good with the calendar?
Yeah, if it'll make things
easier for Tara. Absolutely.
Great. We'll set it up.
Also, um,
you know, there are support groups
for people dealing
with terminal illness.
Ah. Well, I'll suggest the idea to Tara.
Support group isn't for me.
Well, bottling up your
feelings can make things harder.
It's not that.
Knowing I'll see Buck
I'm actually not afraid of dying.
I picture us on this tropical beach,
holding hands, watching the sunset.
That's my version of heaven. [CHUCKLES]
That sounds absolutely beautiful.
But I am really worried
about Tara and Chloe.
Well, you know we will
all take care of them.
There's no way Tara can afford to
keep up the farm after I'm gone.
We're barely afloat with
Buck's Social Security.
Lilly, I know how hard
this must be for you.
I want you to know I'll
do anything that I can.
Oh, thank you. You've
already done so much.
I don't know how to begin to thank
you for bringing Chloe back to me.
Just seeing you together is
all the thanks that I need.
Do you know something? [CHUCKLES]
All of my children were born here.
Two of my daughters got married here.
Buck is buried down there.
The family cemetery down by the pond.
So much love.
I just can't imagine Chloe
growing up anywhere else.
- How's it going?
- It's been a little slow.
I meant with you. [CHUCKLES]
How are things at the B&B?
Oh, um, it's fine.
That's good news.
- Not really.
- What's wrong?
- I like Jo Ellen and all
- Oh, she's a talker, isn't she?
She's been super nice, but
she literally never stops.
I asked about the internet being down,
and she gave me a 45-minute
explanation without explaining anything.
Sounds about right. Is there
anything I could do to help?
Well, would it be cool if I came by
the house later to use your Wi-Fi?
Why, sure!
And bring your appetite with you.
I've got a homemade mac
and cheese in the Crock-Pot.
- Mm. That literally sounds like heaven.
- Oh, I'm glad you said that.
And if you ever want your old room
back, it's there waiting for you.
No questions asked.
So I can come home?
Of course you can.
That'd be awesome.
- Thanks, Aunt Connie.
But what about Ricky?
What if I still wanna see him?
Not in the house when I'm not there.
Okay, deal.
- I'll see you at home.
- Okay.
I am writing a
prescription for Ramipril.
I don't need it.
Charlie, anything higher than
140 over 90 needs treatment.
- And I'm
- 150 over 90.
- Well, it's not too far off.
- Yeah.
If you're aiming for a stroke.
- Here.
- Thanks, Doc.
I'll see you next week.
Hello there.
- Oh, what is this?
- Dinner.
Roast pork with a side salad
and homemade vinaigrette.
All you have to do is
put it in the oven at 350
for about 15 minutes.
You are spoiling me.
Well, I happen to enjoy
having someone to cook for.
[DOC] Well
Thank you. Thank you very much.
If you don't mind me saying,
you, um, look a little bothered.
Oh, it's just a work thing.
Would you like to talk about
it? I'm a good listener.
You don't wanna hear about work.
Sure I do!
Well, let's just say
I didn't handle a situation with
Mel like I would have liked to,
and she is upset with me.
- Well, you could always apologize.
- But here's the thing.
I should have been more diplomatic, yes.
- But I didn't do anything wrong.
- Why would you think that?
As a kid, I was taught, "Handle
your problems by yourself."
And now Mel wants me to run
every work decision by her.
[SCOFFS] That's just
It's not how I operate.
Yeah, but, you see, if you
open up to someone else,
then it could help you see the
problem from a whole new perspective.
That's never been my way.
And this old dog is way
past learning new tricks.
Saying you are too old to
change is just an excuse.
The aging brain actually is far
superior in emotional intelligence
than our younger counterparts.
And your findings are based on
A few minutes I've spent on TikTok.
Enjoy your dinner.
Thank you.
[QUIETLY] Thank you.
I have that extra order
of apple pies for you.
Anything else?
look, I'm sorry if I hurt your feelings.
I was just trying to be
considerate of your time.
Well, you did hurt my feelings,
but I respect your intention.
So, you forgive me?
- Hm, I suppose so.
Did you talk to the camp
director about the play?
Oh, yeah. Long enough for her
to talk me into filling
in for the director.
- You?
- Mm-hmm.
- Apparently, no one else wants the job.
- That's mighty brave of you.
Yeah, or stupid.
I don't know what I'm doing,
and neither do the kids.
- Well, talk to Muriel.
- She has experience with musicals?
I'm surprised you didn't know that.
She loves to wax poetic about
her former acting career.
Thanks. I'll call her.
Oh, um, by the way, you're still
welcome to come over and hang out.
And if I wanna do the laundry?
We could work something out.
Hey! Whoa, hey! Brie, wait up!
- I've been trying to call you.
- Really?
I waited three hours for you to come
back without a phone call or text.
My phone died.
And no one at work had a
phone you could've used?
I swear to God, I wasn't
trying to leave you hanging.
Yeah, well, you did.
I'm really sorry.
Come on. There's gotta be
something I can do to make it right.
No, there's nothing.
You sure?
- What about this?
- Oh, no, that is not gonna happen.
All right. If that's how you want it.
I know what you're trying
to do. It's not gonna work.
All I'm doing is admiring
how beautiful you are.
Nice try.
I am very, very sorry
for making you wait,
and I promise
I will make it up to you.
Damn you.
[JACK] Hey, what are you doing here?
Get away from my sister.
Jack, calm down.
Hey. Hey! We are seeing each other.
- You shot me.
- [BRADY] That's not true.
- What are you talking about?
- You were there.
Yes, I was there, but
I did not shoot you.
- You
- Jack! Jack!
Get the hell off my property.
- Brie.
- No, I think you better go.
Get off my property!
You got a corkscrew?
Uh, yeah.
[MEL] I had no idea. I'm so sorry.
[DOC] It's not on you. I
didn't want anyone to know.
What's the prognosis?
Well, uh,
I've lost about 15% of my vision,
but I can function pretty well.
Long-term [SIGHS]
Um, probably facing
somewhere between, um,
partial and, uh, complete loss of sight.
You're going blind?
In a word, maybe.
That's why you were
looking for a replacement.
And I told you that my search
had nothing to do with you.
I know. I'm sorry.
I am the one who needs
to apologize. I
I took my frustrations out on you,
and that wasn't right, and I
I hope you will forgive me.
Of course I forgive you. [SNIFFLES]
- We don't need any tears.
- [CRIES] No.
- We're good now, right?
- Yes, we're good.
- Yeah. [CHUCKLES]
That was great. [CRIES]
There's one thing I need from you.
Promise me you won't tell anyone,
not even Jack.
Because I wanna know who my
successor is before I go public.
Okay. Yeah.
- [DOC] You're sure?
No one means no one.
Yes. I am perfectly capable
of maintaining confidentiality.
Well, then we shouldn't have any issues.
Oh, don't worry. I'm sure we'll
find something to disagree on.
Which is exactly how I want it to be.
- Hey.
seeing clearly.
Cheers to that.
Hey, there's some lady here to see you.
Okay, who is she?
She didn't say.
I'm Valerie Holt.
Oh, the attorney. Right.
Uh, yeah. Jack Sheridan. Your
email said you were gonna call.
I happened to be in the area. I
thought I'd stop by. You have a minute?
Uh, sure, yeah. Uh, sorry.
Excuse the mess. Have a seat.
- Sorry.
So, your email had a lot of info.
I thought I could clarify a few things.
Yeah, I think my main priority is
just to ensure that I have an
active role in my children's lives.
Has Charmaine threatened
to withhold access?
Well, not directly,
but her fiancé did
offer to adopt the twins.
How did you respond to that?
He's out of his mind if he
thought I'd give up my children.
That's why I reached out to you.
Well, I just get a feeling there's
gonna be an issue with the custody
because Charmaine and I are not married.
If she doesn't agree to put your
name on the birth certificate
or sign a declaration
acknowledging you're the father,
then you would have to file
a petition of paternity.
- So I'll have to prove that in court?
- Yes. It's not a simple process.
If Charmaine decides that she
wants to ask for full custody,
then you could be fighting
for years in court.
[QUIETLY] Right.
And I presume that that whole time,
the twins are gonna be
living with her and Todd.
Okay, so if I wanna hire
you, how would that work?
My hourly rate is 350.
- [VALERIE] I take a $25,000 retainer.
- [SCOFFS] Right.
Since you're Brie's
brother, I'll take 20.
That something you can do?
No, but I will figure that out.
If I have to fight to be in my
children's lives, I'm gonna fight.
It will be a fight, and custody cases
are emotionally and
financially draining.
They're always a huge
disruption to people's lives.
Your twins are lucky to have a father
willing to sacrifice so much for them.
[VALERIE] I'll be in touch.
Thank you.
Hey, I tried calling you.
Hey. I just, um,
got caught up at the bar.
Don't worry about it.
[MEL] Where's the food?
forgot that was the plan.
It's fine. I can figure something out.
[MEL] Are you okay?
Yeah, just a long day.
[MEL] Well, I was gonna surprise
you, but I have no patience.
I got us tickets to Maui.
Joey said we could use her timeshare.
You booked tickets?
Yeah, for Christmas.
I should've asked you first,
but I just wanted to do something
spontaneous for a change, and
[NERVOUSLY] I thought
it would be romantic.
What's wrong?
Mel, I, um
I met with an attorney today
about custody of the twins.
- [MEL] How did that go?
- Not great.
If I wanna be in their lives,
I'm facing a long and
expensive court battle.
I'm so sorry.
[MEL] You know that I support
you whatever you need to do.
I know, um
It's just
Uh, I feel like
you're gonna get the
short end of the stick.
I don't understand what that
means. Are you talking about money?
- I don't care about money.
- No, it's not just money.
It's time too.
Mel, for the next year, at least,
I'm gonna be juggling
being a new father,
fighting for custody,
rebuilding my house, running the bar.
[SOFTLY] Yeah.
I don't think I can have
another baby on top of all that.
[JACK] I'm sorry.
You know what?
It's okay.
We can wait until you're ready.
And what if we wait,
and then I realize I can't
handle supporting two families?
You would've wasted all that time.
That's time you can't get back.
Mel, I can't be the person
that stands in the way
of you becoming a mother.
I just can't hurt you like that.
Well, look,
as long as I know how you feel
about it, then it's my choice.
- No, that's just it.
- Jack
No, Mel, you shouldn't have to choose.
You deserve to be with someone that
can give you everything you want.
[JACK] I don't think that's me.
Are you saying that you wanna end this?
It's not because I want to.
Oh my God.
I can't believe this is happening now.
Mel, you're an amazing woman.
Jack, you're not
listening to what I want.
I am listening. That's
what I'm trying to say.
I know what you want. I don't
know if I can give it to you.
[JACK] This is killing me
but I know I'm doing the right thing.
And when I look into your eyes ♪
I never thought we'd say goodbye ♪
Get out.
Get out of my house.
To end this, darling ♪
I know you'll find someone who ♪
Gives you the time
I didn't give to you ♪
I'm running low ♪
I'm sorry, but I have to go ♪
Whoa ♪
And maybe I will never feel ♪
You gave me something so real ♪
I'm running low ♪
I'm sorry, but I have to go ♪
Just needed time to ♪
To find my own ♪
But I promise someone ♪
Can give you all you want ♪
Can give you all you need ♪
And you just gotta see ♪
I never meant to hurt you, no ♪
I know you'll find someone who ♪
Gives you the time
I didn't give to you ♪
I'm running low ♪
I'm sorry, but I have to go ♪
Whoa ♪
And maybe I will never feel ♪
You gave me something so real ♪
I'm running low ♪
I'm sorry, but I have to go ♪
Oh, oh ♪
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