No Going Back - Part One Doctors


No Going Back - Part One

Jimmi promises to help a desperate mother find her missing daughter. Immie resorts to blackmail to enlist Jack's help with her driving lessons.


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# Ain't no sunshine when she's gone

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# It's not warm when she's away

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# Ain't no sunshine when she's gone... #

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It's got to stop, Bea.

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PHONE RINGS

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Oh, pick up, you fathead!

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"Hi. It's Jack. Leave a message after the tone."

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BLEEP!

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Hi, Jack, it's Immie.

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Um, could you give me a call when you get this?

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I just need a tiny little favour. It's nothing much, I promise.

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Speak to you soon. 'Bye!

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-Do you know what day it is?

-Of course I do.

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I'm going to the police.

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They've done nothing for months! They can't just leave us like this!

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I want action! A team put on it!

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Is that wise, love? Is there any point?

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Oh, yes! What do you care?

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How can you feel what I'm feeling? You've never had children!

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-Bea.

-What's Donna to you? Nothing!

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Well, she's my daughter, not yours!

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-Graham, I'm sorry! I'm sorry!

-I just...

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SHE SOBS

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We'll go to the police. 'Course we will.

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Hm? If that's what you want.

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If you could look at Mrs Bancroft, please?

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They won't do anything! He won't do anything!

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-She has a heart condition.

-Yeah, I know. I'm her GP.

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I think it's palpitations again.

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Mrs Bancroft, can you just calm down for me? Try and breathe slowly.

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They don't care! Donna could be tied up,

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tortured in some cellar!

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If he could see what's in my head when I wake up in the night...!

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-There were signs that she left of her own accord.

-Because she took her rucksack?!

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She was staying with her friend!

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I'm just another hysterical mother to you, aren't I?

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What have I got to do to make somebody listen?!

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-I'm sorry, Mrs Bancroft, I really am.

-KNOCK AT DOOR

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Excuse me.

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-It's a year to the day since she disappeared.

-A whole year!

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Mrs Bancroft, I need you to try and calm down for me.

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So relax, breathe slowly.

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Will you help me? Dr Clay, will you talk to them?

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You know what we've been through.

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-I'll see what I can do.

-Thank you!

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But, Bea, love, dragging this all up again, it -

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What's the matter with you, Graham?

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You know I think about her every day, every minute.

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Do you really think I can let this drop, ever?!

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Dr Clay's going to make sure something gets done, even if he has to go over your head.

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-I didn't say -

-Is that right, Dr Clay?

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She's desperate.

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She's over 18. She packed a bag. She's got a boyfriend.

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In my time, I've seen loads of missing persons who didn't want to be found.

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They wanted to be left alone to make their own way in the world.

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Is this what you were like when I went missing? Jimmi's a big boy now.

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He's off on some big adventure. He can look after himself?

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Maybe you've been in the job too long.

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I'm sorry.

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I suppose until today, I've let myself hope.

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-But now...

-Yeah, I know. I know.

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This is going to sound terrible, but...

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..if she'd got ill and we'd looked after her and she'd died...

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If she'd died, there'd be a grave we could go and visit,

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a proper way to think about her. But this is never going to end.

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Bea, it has to.

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Losing Donna, we've got to put that away in a drawer.

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Not forget it, but...set it aside.

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For the sake of your health. For us!

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Will you try, love? Hm?

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Maybe we could start by packing away a few of her things, yeah?

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OK.

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OK.

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You're doing the right thing, love.

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-You all right?

-All right, Barry?

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Beef and piccalilli?

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Vegan, eh? They test that hair dye on animals, you know.

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-Have you seen our Jack?

-I have indeed.

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-He's got a lot on his plate at the moment.

-Like what, exactly?

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No, no, I'm not at liberty to say.

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-Say what?

-Privileged information.

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Student confidentiality is a very important part of my work.

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But, were we talking canine,

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let's say, he's currently occupied with a sparky golden retriever

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and a glossy chocolate lab.

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-You what?

-I shouldn't have said that. It's potentially racist.

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What? He, he's doing something with dogs?

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That's plain offensive. I thought they taught you PC at school now.

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-When did you learn to drive, Barry?

-I was 14.

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-It was in me mate, Mark Hammersham's tank.

-Tank?

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Well, it was his dad's. Army surplus. Got it for a bargain.

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We used to drive it to Canley Show, part of the vintage car display.

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Till they went all anti-war.

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You learned to drive in a tank?

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Mm-hm. Cars just aren't the same. No meat on 'em.

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And you never have trouble parking a tank, I can tell you.

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-You having lessons?

-I'm trying to.

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-What about your dad?

-Fascist.

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-Mum?

-Drama queen.

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What - that's why you're after Jack the lad?

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-Can't be worse.

-Why can't you get proper lessons?

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Says the guy who learned to drive in a tank(!)

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I can't afford proper lessons.

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-Still paying off your debts from all that robbing?

-No! Shut up!

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I can see you're in a quandary.

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But a 20-year-old male teaching an 18-year-old female?

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It's not only illegal, it's just plain mental.

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You need to stop dyeing that hair, love, it's getting in your brain.

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Who the hell are you?!

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You go downstairs, call the police.

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-What are you doing here, and what have you stolen?

-Nothing!

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How'd you get in? Do you know Donna?

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Argh!

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What did she say? She knows Donna, doesn't she?

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How am I supposed to get him to take me out in the car if I can't get hold of him?

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Do you know where he is?

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He's probably in the library. He's always in there when I ring him.

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Poor lad. He's doing far too much studying lately!

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Haven't you got something you should be doing?

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-Can I give you a call later?

-Yeah.

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See you.

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-Hello, Gorgeous!

-Hello.

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It was when she heard Donna's name, she got desperate, wasn't it?

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Yeah, I suppose so.

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I can't find any forced entry, so it's possible she had some keys.

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And I can't see any disturbance, so maybe she knew what she wanted.

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Donna must be short of cash, sent her in for the bank book?

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Or maybe she's being kept prisoner and they forced the information out of her!

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She was a rough-looking girl. Donna would never be friends with her!

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You've got to do something!

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The prints might help, but I wouldn't pin too much hope on that, Mrs Bancroft.

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Er, look, I'm sorry about earlier.

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That's all right.

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I heard about the break-in.

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Is Mrs Bancroft OK? Are you going to reopen the case?

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We'll investigate the intruder, take it from there.

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What is it? Is it because of what happened to you?

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I've known the family for years. I've watched the mother go through hell.

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I was on duty when they called her

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to identify the body they thought was Donna's.

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She deserves to be taken seriously, not brushed off as a neurotic.

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But if we followed up on every fear

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of every neurotic mother in Letherbridge,

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we'd have every member of the force on missing persons full time.

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The chances are she's just shacked up with some bloke.

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And what if this was Immie?

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Well, it's not Immie.

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If I brought my family into every case, I wouldn't be able to do my job properly.

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I'd be unprofessional.

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Maybe you should take a step back from this.

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DOG BARKS

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MUSIC BLARES

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-Well?

-They caught me.

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-I had to leg it. I dropped the bank book.

-What? Cal!

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You know how much I need that money! What am I meant to wear tonight now?

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I'm supposed to be sophisticated, high class.

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What's this?

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You dropped the bank book, but you held onto this trash!

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-Why did you leave?

-What are you on about?

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You had everything there. I saw it.

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Posh house. Nice mum and dad.

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Loads of lovely things. Perfect bedroom all to yourself.

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I never had anything like that. I never even knew my mum.

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Did you say anything to them?

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-Did you do anything to connect me with you?

-Course not.

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-Cos if you did...

-I never. OK?

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Donna, are you sure you still want to go through with this?

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-What's it to you?

-Well, seeing where you're from, what you've got.

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-There's no need.

-Don't ever talk to me about that place again. Understand?

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Where is Mick, anyway? He said he'd be back an hour ago.

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Yeah, she is gorgeous, mate.

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Very discreet, classy. A beautiful brunette. That's what you wanted, isn't it?

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Er, I think so.

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Well, to be honest, I've never done anything like this before.

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Really? OK, that's cool.

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She'll give you a night to remember, I promise.

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I wondered, er, could she,

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could she possibly stay all night,

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-right through to the morning?

-Got a bit of a marathon, eh?

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-No. No.

-It'll cost extra, I'm afraid.

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Of course. But it's not...

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it's not just for the sex.

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Just now, I, I really need the comfort.

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You can have whatever you want. Dressing up, dressing down.

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She'll read you a bedtime story, if you want.

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It'll cost extra for the full night.

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Thank you. Thank you very much.

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Yeah. 10:30 OK?

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Perfect.

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OK. She'll be there. Enjoy.

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It's all sorted. The poor saddo's desperate.

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He's paying a fortune.

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What does he sound like?

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Look, you'll be fine. You get some of this down you.

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He's a teddy bear, I'm telling you.

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Mick, this...won't change anything between us, will it?

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This is nothing, babe.

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It's like, um, pouring them a drink,

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flipping a burger, waiting tables.

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It's just a service.

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It's the real thing when it's me and you.

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It just depends what's going on in your head when you're doing it.

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It's just bodies otherwise.

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Yeah.

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Yeah, I know.

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You got a name from the Bancroft prints. Why didn't you tell me?

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Why should I? It's not a matter for the police surgeon.

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-Well, have you told the parents?

-Oh, give me a chance.

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You know, Donna will be 19 now.

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If we do track her down, Mrs Bancroft might not be very pleased with what she finds.

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Are you sure you're doing the right thing?

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No, but they're mother and child.

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Whatever's happened, nothing can break the link.

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Some women don't deserve the name mother.

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-The kids are better without them.

-You think Bea Bancroft's like that?

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Not exactly, but she is... Well, she's full-on!

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-You're a parent, surely you can empathise.

-Empathise?

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I'm not a counsellor, Jimmi.

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I'm not a social worker.

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And I've got enough experience raising teenage kids to know that things don't always go to plan.

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Thank you. Thank you so much.

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And please, thank Dr Clay.

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I think some of this had to do with him.

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They're tracing the girl's address. They said they'd let me know.

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It's only a matter of time, Graham.

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This girl knows where she is, I'm convinced!

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Donna's going to be back home soon.

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-How long have you been here?

-Dunno.

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Oi! Didn't you get any of my messages?

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Yeah, but you sounded really angry, so I decided to ignore you.

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Well, I've got news for you, you ignorant scumbag.

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You're my driving instructor now that Mum and Dad have blown it.

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Thanks, but no, thanks.

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You have to pay for lessons, like everyone else. I'm way too busy.

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Um, well, you weren't at the library. I know because I checked.

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-What else have you got going on in your dull little life?

-Oi!

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Let's see. Where's your diary?

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-Give it back. That's private!

-Waterproof, is it?

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-I'll tell Mum!

-What are you, seven(?)

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What's this? Yellow for Grace and brown for Sarah?

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Grace is blonde, Sarah's brunette.

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Stops me getting them mixed up when I'm fixing up dates.

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You're a snake. An absolute snake!

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Yeah, I am.

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You don't have to do this, Donna.

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I'm sick of having no money. Beats shelf stacking.

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Don't forget to ask for the money upfront before you start.

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I remember my first time.

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The bloke was really horrible.

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His breath stunk of garlic. I can't stand garlic now.

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He had this really wet, slobbery mouth and a big fat belly.

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I'd never seen anyone that fat with no clothes on before.

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-And he grabbed my hair.

-I know what you're doing.

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My client's not like that.

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He's staying at a posh hotel.

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Mick says he sounds cultured.

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You'll feel different about yourself. Next time you look in the mirror.

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There's no going back.

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I'm not like you, Cal. You're completely messed up, anyway.

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I know what I'm doing.

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This is exactly what I want. I'm totally in control.

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It's a strictly business arrangement. I've got the goods, he's got the money.

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-There's no emotion in it.

-You'll see.

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BABY WAILS Will you shut her up?

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I can't stand it!

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Ssh!

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Come on, little Alice.

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Come on, baby. Ssh-ssh-ssh-ssh!

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What's this?! How dare you put anything from that place in with her?!

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What do you care? What you're going to do doesn't make you much of a mother!

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Don't say that! This is none of your business!

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It's not to buy stuff for Alice. It's to please Mick.

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It's to please myself.

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I'm doing this because I want to.

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I've known him longer than you.

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He's really not worth it, you know.

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-Are you looking for this?

-Give it!

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-Driving lesson. Tomorrow. 3:00.

-I've told you, I'm busy.

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And no way am I risking my life in a car with you.

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Hm. Yellow for blondie, was it, and brown for brunette?

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Yeah, cos it's all safe in here.

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What?

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Take me for my driving lesson, or you know what will happen.

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-As if!

-Jack's taking me out in the car tomorrow.

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Oh! It makes me really proud

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to know I've brought up two children who are always happy to help out.

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Night-night, little baby.

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Sleep tight.

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Do you know what I've done, Gina? What I'm about to do?

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I don't know, Bob. You tell me.

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Changed your socks? Cleaned the fish tank?

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I'm in a hotel room in Birmingham.

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I've bought a prostitute. I'm waiting for her!

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SHE LAUGHS

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What is it? What's so funny?

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You won't know what to do with her! You'll be scared to touch her!

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Is that what you're hoping?

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Don't be ridiculous. As if I care what you do!

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She's young, you know, Gina. Much younger than you.

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And she's beautiful. Classy!

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So what? Is this supposed to hurt me in some way?

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Make me give up Andrew on the spot?

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It just makes me realise what a sad little man you are.

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At least I don't have to pay for it.

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You know, I feel sorry for the poor girl,

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whoever she is, trying to summon up

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some artificial passion

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for a dull, desperate loser like you.

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I know what that's like.

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I've been doing it for years.

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Goodbye, Bob.

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Wait! Gina, please!

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I still love you! It's not too late.

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I'll tell her to leave as soon as she gets here!

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You make the most of her, Bob, love.

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She's the only type of woman you're ever going to get.

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Hi, there.

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(Come in.)

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Come in.

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It's, er, Angelica, isn't it?

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What? Oh. Yes.

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Here, let me take your coat.

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Would you, er, like a drink? I've opened some wine.

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Yes. Yes, please.

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-Here you are.

-Thanks.

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Could I have the money before we start, please?

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Oh. Yes. Yes, of course.

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I'm sorry. Er, I've never done this before.

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Don't worry about anything.

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It'll be fine.

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You must excuse me if I'm,...if I'm nervous.

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It's OK.

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You must have done this hundreds of times.

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Yes.

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Of course.

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Good. I'm glad.

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Is there anything wrong?

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No.

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No, nothing's wrong.

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You need to lay off the chips. You're putting on a bit of flab.

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-How come you only say that after?

-BABY WAILS

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Oh, not again! I've had enough of this!

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Every time I come around!

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Leave her, Mick! She's missing her mum!

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-Shut your crying up! Shut it!

-BABY WAILS

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You're making her worse! She's your kid, too!

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Just sort it, will you?

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If she's not a looker like her mother, she's out of here!

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(Ssh! Ssh! It's OK.)

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(Cal's here now to look after you. Everything's going to be all right.)

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Cal, come back to bed.

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(Tomorrow, I'm going to take you somewhere safe.)

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-(I'm going to get you away from all this. I promise.)

-Cal!

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Coming! (Everything's going to be perfect.)

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# You thought shyness was to blame

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# And you'd get to live your life again

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# When you get to wish everyone good night

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# As the crowd booed out your name

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# At least they spelt it right so you don't complain...

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Is everything OK?

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Everything's just fine.

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But...

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could you...please...

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could you just hold me?

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Just while I drift off to sleep?

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Sure.

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# And maybe you're right

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# But I thought I was the only one who can say

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# Good night

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Thank you.

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Thank you...for everything.

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# ..That they don't explain

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# Well, that's too bad

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# But I still can't say good night

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# And I just can't stay tonight

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# I woke up saying good night. #

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You are going nowhere!

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-How dare you come here!

-I needed to see you, Elaine.

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-Why?

-You know why!

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You stupid cow! You don't know what you've done!

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They passed each other in the street, didn't have a clue.

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-What are you doing? You can't leave her there!

-Let me out! Open the door!

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She's dead, isn't she? That's what you think.

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That's what you're not telling me.

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