My Blueberry Nights (2007) Script

3 00:01:23,956 --> 00:01:25,355 Hello? Who!?

No. I'm sorry, I don't know anyone by that name No, listen, I get about a hundred customers a night I can't keep track of them all.

Do you know... well tell me what he likes to eat Cause I remember people by what they order Not by their names

"Meat Loaf? "

Well, I know a Meat Loaf with Mashed Potatoes.

I know Meat Loaf who likes Well, with Cheese Fries, Pouched Egg, Onion Rings What? He doesn't like potatoes?

Why don't you, well, yeah give me your number And if I see him, I'll tell him to call you Yeah, I promise. I will. Ok bye

He's 5'11 with dark brown hair Sorry, I can't think of any Meat Loafs with Cheese Fries or Onion Rings or Pouched Eggs Or Fried Fillet of Fish that match that description Last time we were here, I think he had the pork chops Oh why didn't you say so?

That's because we supposedly have the best pork chops in the city You ever tried them?

No, I haven't Why not? What, are you religious or something?

Listen, have you seen him or not?

5'11 ". Dark brown hair. Pork chops I have actually. He came in here for dinner last night He ordered two pork chops One with mashed potatoes and one with string beans.

I guess he was hungry No, he didn't eat both of them.

Our portions are too big for a person to eat two No, one was for him and one was for his girlfriend Look! Just get to the point...

Don't... Don't change the subject!

Are you seeing someone else?

Who is she?

I hope you both drop dead!

If someone comes in here looking for me give him these keys What do I tell him?

Tell him he's an asshole!


Hey, did he pick up the keys?

No, not yet

Do you have an extra cigarette?


Rolled it myself Thanks

You okay?

Yeah I haven't had one in a while I only smoke when I get stressed out Well, you shouldn't worry so much That way you'll avoid lung cancer

Do you think she's pretty?


The girl he was in here with Oh, she was okay I guess... I mean Not the type I would prefer to have my pork chops with but "each man to his own", right?

Yeah right

Hello Hey

I need someone to talk to

Do you think he'll pick up the keys?

I don't know I've had customers leaving keys here for years Sometimes they pick them up in a few days Sometimes it takes a few weeks Well, what about most of the time?

Most of the time, the keys stay in the jar

Well why do you keep them?

You should just throw them out No No I couldn't do that Why not?

If I threw these keys away then those doors will be closed forever And that shouldn't be up to me to decide Should it?

Guess I'm just looking for a reason

Well, from my observations sometimes it's better off not knowing and other times there's no reason to be found Everything has a reason

It's like these pies and cakes At the end of every night the cheesecake and the apple pie are always completely gone The peach cobbler and the chocolate mousse cake are nearly finished But there's always a whole blueberry pie left untouched So what's wrong with the blueberry pie?

There's nothing's wrong with the blueberry pie It's just people make other choices You can't blame the blueberry pie It's just no one wants it


I want a piece With ice cream?

Leave it to me

Here we go I hope you enjoy it Thanks

It's not bad Really?

You should try some No, I'm alright. I have my own

Will you tell me the stories behind those other keys?

What for?

I just wondered how they all ended up here

Pick one

Those belonged to a young couple a few years ago.

They were naive enough to believe that they were gonna spend the rest of their lives together Well, what happened?

Life happened Things happened. Yeah, time happened It's pretty much always the case more or less

Or maybe one of them ran off with someone else Maybe the feelings just went away

What about these?

Those belonged to a little old lady Her best friend would pick them up and come to visit her She dropped them off and I never saw her again I presumed, I mean, she was pretty old I presumed she passed away or something

What about these?

These keys used to belong to a young lad from Manchester England who made plans and had dreams of running every marathon in this country starting in New York He was going to write a journal about his experiences and ended up running a cafe.

Later they were given to a Russian girl who loved collecting keys and watching sunsets Unfortunately, she loved sunsets more than the keys and ended up disappearing into one

Why didn't you go looking for her?

When I was little me mum used to take me to the park on weekends She said if I ever got lost I had to stay in one place so that she'd find me Does that work?

Not really She got lost once looking for me Eh, you want some more ice cream?

No thanks You sure?

Yeah I'm fine. Thanks

You're late

Same as usual?

No thanks

Can I have my keys back?

Yeah, sure


You two have patched things up then?


Lousy bloody camera


Alright. Come on. Break it... Alright!

Take it outside. Take it out...

None of your business cupcake!

Don't start with me mate!

Don't you start... Come here!

Right you come here Get out of my place!

Don't start with me!

Get out!

Hey you haven't paid yet!

Can I have a tissue?

What happened?

Did he hit you?


Well what?

I got mugged on the subway I thought Pork Chop lived around here?

He does What were you doing on the subway?


I just needed some time to prepare myself

I was gonna get off in a few stops I don't know, I just The next thing I knew, I ended up in the Bronx That's a very interesting way to prepare yourself

I've never been very good at confrontation

Some people enjoy it Not me

Hey, are you alright?

Should we call the police or something?


No, he didn't get away with very much Especially after I kicked him in the balls You didn't

Wait, what happened to you?

I ate too much chocolate today

What's wrong with your camera?

Oh, I don't know It's been in a lousy mood these past few days It doesn't really keep people from stealing, does it?


Not really But I like having it around, 'cause

for me it's like my diary You know?

Some nights, I watch the tapes back and I'm amazed at how much I've missed That's going on right in front of me

You must have a lot of tapes

I don't keep them all I'm not that weird Only the highlights

Can I take a look?

Sure Come around

She left behind her set of keys and disappeared that night

223 00:21:58,856 --> 00:22:02,223 How do you say goodbye to someone you can't imagine living without?

I didn't say goodbye

I didn't say anything

I just walked away

At the end of that night I decided to take the longest way to cross the street

Dear Jeremy As you can see by this postcard I'm now in Memphis, Tennessee Hey Lizzy, hurry up with those damn pick-ups will ya!


Come on hustle it!

It took me a long time to get here And I'm not sure how long I'll be staying During the day, I work at a diner downtown I haven't been able to sleep at night so I've also taken a waitressing job at a bar It's kind of a dive, but the tips are pretty good Working two jobs is exhausting But at least it keeps me busy and most importantly, it keeps my mind away from him

245 00:23:43,961 --> 00:23:44,484 Hi girl

Hey Sandy You going home?

Let me put it this way I'm getting up out of here

I wish I could go What's wrong?

That guy at the bar I don't think he's ever gonna leave Oh you're talking about Arnie?

Child, don't worry about him.

He probably just lost track of time But now if you need to get going You just bring his check to him, have him sign it Travis runs a tab for him Well, does he always stay this late?

Always You stick around here you see for yourself Have a good night darlin'

You too. Good night

Here's your check

Just eight?

I coulda sworn I had at least nine No, just eight

Do you have a pen?


I don't recognize you You new around here or something?

I just started a few nights ago Oh

Have you got a name?

Lizzie Lizzie

Well, it's been a pleasure getting to know you Lizzie

What do you mean?

You won't be seeing much more of me from now on Why's that?

Well I don't have much reason to come back here anymore

Tonight was my last night of drinking Oh


So, you just give that to Travis Tell him I'll cut him a check Ok

That's for you Thank you


Oh, hi Do you have a twin sister?

No I wish I did Yeah? Well, I'm glad I don't have a twin One of me's plenty

Well, let's see I'm just gonna have the chicken fried steak and a side of string beans Ok Coming right up

Hey! Knock that crap off over there!

This is a restaurant, not a damn dancehall!

How come you're working so hard, Lizzie?

I'm trying to save up for a car Where are you going?

Well, I don't have any specific destination in mind, but I'm just gonna go until I run out of places to go I wish I could do that Here's your change You put that towards a Buick Thank you

Hi Wait what are you doing here?


What are you doing here?

Oh, I'm celebrating What are you celebrating?

My last night of drinking!

He's not giving you a hard time, is he?

I think he just wants to talk That's funny, 'cause he almost never wants to talk He's not hitting on you, is he?

No. I don't think it's like that It's too bad Be nice to see him take an interest in a woman I thought he was married Yeah, that's precisely the problem. He still thinks he is

Holy shit

Travis, how's it hanging?

Always a pleasure, Sue Lynne You always say that to me and I never know whether you mean it I'm just dropping in to use the ladies' room Do I have to buy a beer first?

Your money's no good here, Sue Lynne

Have you got a moment?

I got nothing to say to you




I know its none of my business

but have you ever thought about cutting back.

Have I thought about it?

What are these?

A group I go to sometimes, Lizzie,

has this system.

After a meeting, they invite the new people to come down and pick up a white chip.

You take it as a symbol of your intention to stay sober.

And if you slip up and drink again

you got to come back and pick up another chip.

This one is for ninety days.

I got that far.


See all those white chips, Lizzie?

I am the king of the white chip.

Dear Jeremy.

I thought about what Arnie said about the sobriety chips, how to focus your attention on something else in order to cure your addiction.

If I was an addict, I'd choose blueberry pie as my chip.

Writing to your boyfriend?

No, just someone I know.

Why not pick up the phone?

Some things are better on paper.

Oh you think so?

What are you doing?

Well, you know I listened to what you said the other day.

So I'm trying to write a letter to my wife.

We don't talk to each other much anymore so I thought maybe I'd try your method.


Oh my God!

Arnie! Arnie! Stop! Arnie!

Okay I got. Easy now, watch your back.

You'll be alright, man!

Hello, is that the Memphis Bar and Grill?

It is! Great.

Listen, I wonder if you could help me please.

I'm looking for a young woman called Elizabeth.

Yes. I realize that. I'm not calling to order your food.

I'm sure it's delicious.

I wonder, does a woman called Elizabeth work there?



That's what I said, Elizabeth.

E- L-I-Z-A-B-

No, alright, thank you.

Thank you.

Good God, it's Jeremy!

Yeah it's me!

I never thought I'd hear your voice again.

Well, you see I got your postcard and...

This sounds ridiculous but...

Well I traced every Memphis bar and grill.

There must be at least ninety.

I know its crazy and...

I just wanted to say thanks for staying in touch.

I miss you. I miss your company.

I never thought I'd hear from you again!

It's not really you is it?

No I know you don't know me.

But your name's Elizabeth.

Well, I just... I just wanted I just wanted to say hello really, and...

I wanted to speak to my friend.


No no, I don't want to order any fried chicken.


Thanks for listening.


Goddamn son of a bitch...

I need to talk to you!

Not in here. Let's take this outside.

No! I want to talk about it right here!

So you feel more like a man now do you?

You feel all big and strong.

I mean you could have killed him!

Yeah, no body ever said sleeping with someone else's wife was a safe vocation.

Oh goddammit Arnie!

We're, we're separated!

I don't live with you anymore!

I don't talk to you anymore!

You are my goddamn wife!

And I am still your goddamn husband!

No, no you're not...

Not anymore.

Well then what am I?

You're nothing.

Nothing to me.

Sue Lynne, please, please, please baby.

Don't do this, don't do this to me.

I love you, I love you so much.

I just, I just need a little more time.

Goddammit Arnie!

No, no you gotta let me go.

I can't do it anymore. You gotta let me go now.

I'm gonna go, I'm restart my life and I'm gonna get me a job.

You're gonna get a job, right?

Yes I am.

You don't need a job...

What with all those boyfriends of yours.

All you gotta do is just start charging.

You bastard!


You bastard Arnie!

I'm through with you!

You hear me? I'm through!

I'm through with you! It is over! It is over!

You understand me?

Sue Lynne, I swear to god, if you walk out of here, I'll kill you.

Then what?

Arnie, be calm now... you don't want to do this.

It's over!

It's too much.

Nuh uh.

No no no...

You're saving up to buy a car, right?

Well, I... I don't want you driving around in some junker.

So some cop can pull you over for a failed inspection.

Thank you.


You forgot these.

Yeah... you can just get rid of those.

The police said it was an accident.

He couldn't see where he was going and he skidded off the road.

Can you give me a vodka?

This is my first drink in six years.

Haven't touched the stuff for six years.

Hey everybody!

Let's all drink to Arnie Copeland.

He was guardian of our highways and defender of our freedom!

Well, this stuff tastes pretty darn awful.

But I guess nobody drinks it for the taste, right?

Give me another one.



This isn't mine.

It's Arnie's tab.

What am I supposed to do with this?

Put it in a frame and hang it on my wall?

Travis wants you to settle it.


What are you giving this to me for!?

This is Arnie's tab, not mine!

Why are you giving this to me!?

He was your husband.

Or does that matter at all?

He's dead!

So if you want your money, you better call his lawyer.

Don't give this to me!

Oh God, what a piece of work you are...

God only knows what Arnie saw in you.

I hate you Travis!

I hate you...


Make sure she gets home safe.

Go on now.

Go on!

Hey Sue Lynne?

Sue Lynne?

It's late.

Come on let me take you home.

I was seventeen when he pulled me over.

High as a kite.

"You been drinking, Miss? "

So I smiled.

Bat my eyes.

Who'd have thought we'd be married.

In love with a cop, and stuck in this godforesaken town.

He was so crazy about me.

I couldn't breathe.

So we tried drinking our way back into love.

But it never made sense in the morning.

So I ran.

And every time I came back, he was here.

And he was still crazy about me.

You know,

I used to daydream about him dying.

I thought it was the only way I'd get clear of him.

You must have hated him.

I didn't hate him.

I just wanted him to

let go of me.


now that he has,

it hurts me more than

anything else in the whole world.

This is where we met.

Right here.

Well, I heard you had a day job I'm saving for a car Well, I'm leaving town for good so I wanted to take care of a few things Arnie's tab came out to eight hundred dollars I guess you can give it to Travis and he can mark the debt paid I'll give it to Travis tonight Shock might give him a heart attack

I have a favor to ask you

Could you keep his bill hanging?

So they don't forget him too soon?


I guess for Sue Lynne, leaving this town was like dying

I wonder how people would remember Arnie

When you're gone, all that's left behind are the memories you created in other people's lives

or just a couple of items on a bill

I began receiving postcards from her regularly Instead of calling strangers, I decided to change my strategy It was tiring writing the same words over and over again but all worth it if only one of them reached her

I always had the feeling I could say anything to you.

Enclosed is a bill I've created for you in memory of our time together

I wonder how you remember me

As the girl who liked blueberry pies

or the girl with the broken heart?

578 00:56:54,517 --> 00:56:56,382 Still rolling your own cigarettes?

You want one?


Tastes different It's probably just been in my pocket too long

It's a shame you can't smoke in cafes anymore You can't smoke anywhere anymore You should've changed the place It's not that much different I've been meaning to buy new chairs but I couldn't never find any that match the tables and the tiles Shouldn't be hard Maybe you're just looking in the wrong places or maybe you're just sentimental

You look lovely I'm starting to look like my mom It's better than looking like your dad I've seen photos of him

You still have the keys?

Yeah... I always remember what you said about never throwing them away, about never closing those doors forever. I remember Sometimes, even if you have the keys those doors still can't be opened, can they?

Even if the door is open the person you're looking for may not be there, Katya

A few years ago, I had a dream It began in the summer and was over by the following spring

In between, there was as many unhappy nights as there were happy days Most of them took place in this cafe

And then one night a door slammed and the dream was over

I should be going I have to catch a flight in the morning Thanks for the smoke.

You know, I didn't even think you'd still be here Why'd you come?

I guess I just wanted to see if I could remember what it felt like

Goodbye, Jeremy

Bye, Katya

624 01:00:49,852 --> 01:00:50,784 Cocktails?

A screwdriver, please Here you go Dear Jeremy I've always been fascinated by card players They risk everything on their instincts and their luck I wonder if I would be able to make the same moves in their position Or would I just fold?

Sweetheart, do you mind?

Uh-oh look at that She gets another one this kid You know Leslie you got that fancy Jag you working on a Rolls Royce now?

Aloha, you forgot to tip the waitress Actually I didn't forget dick Because I never tip What do you mean you never tip?

I mean Harlan can afford to pay his own people I don't know why I have to You can be cheap or you can be lucky but you can't be both. Not in the long run Here ya go, toots That is from Mr. Aloha over there He's gonna pay me back, he doesn't know it yet Thanks Your luck just went south Who's blinds?

Working long hours in the casino makes you lose track of the time And I'm never sure whether it's day or night But at least I don't have to worry about my sleeping problem anymore Somehow it's gone away

How much you got left, sweet cheeks?

Because that's what I bet


You on a big draw, Aloha?

Because otherwise you're just about dead

You are on a big draw Twelve outs twice You wanna do business?

Make me an offer How about you take six hundred and I take a thousand and we gamble for the rest?

I say I need more than that Doesn't seem fair to you?

I feel like gambling So what do you want me to do?

You heard the man.

He wants to gamble. Deal

Bet you wish you took that six hundred now,huh Aloha?

Don't get too cocky little girl Five of hearts still in that deck Oh come on We can all dream, Aloha I wish you luck Why don't you deal the card?


Wait, wait, how did you do that?

Ok I swear I wasn't cheating I had the deck in my hand Pass it to the sugardaddy here I'm telling my grandkids about that one

Maybe A salad. That'd be healthy, right?

I don't think I could get it down though All that chewing and swallowing Maybe I'll get some eggs Protein, right?

How would you like them?

Tied in a knot and nailed to the floor Or maybe you can just crack 'em over my head and let 'em trickle down my cheeks

Beth Why don't I just go ask them right now?

So who is gonna lend me a grand so I can get back in?

Sam, come on, this is me we're talking about Why can't you just advance me the cash and I will wire you back the money within 24 hours You won't even have a chance to miss it Yeah?

Well fuck you very much!

Rough night, huh?

You could say that

How did you wind up in this hellhole?

The bus just dropped me off here Where'd you come from?

New York You came all the way here from New York on a bus?

Sounds awful Actually, I was on quite a few of them You must love buses I wanna get a car but it's not easy saving money How much you got?

About twenty-one, twenty-two hundred

Hey Beth

I've got a proposition for you What kind of proposition?

See, I need a stake There's a man I could call in Vegas but I don't want to do that I'm gonna win that game I'm a stronger player than any of them If you give me a chance I'm gonna clean their clocks.

How much do you need?

Well your twenty two hundred would get me back in And then, once I cash out you'll get your money back plus a third of my winnings But what if you lose?

If I lose, you get my car It's a brand new Jag This way whatever happens you've got your ass covered from here to Houston

You got to give me a minute here It's been a long night

I got an empty stomach. Just give me a minute You take your time I wouldn't want you choking on your food

Shit it's cold!

I know

I'll do it Oh my, look who's back I thought you'd be halfway to Vegas in that fancy ass Jag of yours I figure why not let you pay for my gas

Gotta raise again Five hundred

Oh one of these days one of us is going to have something when you raise!

Listen, why don't you just wink at me when that happens so I know, alright?


I'm all in

You want to give me a count on that?

Fifteen... Fifteen thirty-five

Too rich for me

I don't know what's worse That cute smile or that ugly shirt

I'll give you some action


Hey, what happened?

The car's yours You've got to give me a ride though

So where we going?


She said she knew some people in Vegas who could stake her get her started again But she didn't seem to be in a hurry to get there

Hey Leslie, are you asleep?

No I keep playing old poker hands in my head You?

Same Except for the poker What are you replaying?

Just some stuff that happened back in New York

Hey, the man you told me about in Vegas that could give you the money Yeah?

Is he a boyfriend?

No I haven't had very much luck with boyfriends I've had a few but none that I could ever ask for anything, let alone money

Now you want to know who the man in Vegas is but you're too polite to ask No It's not important He's my father Taught me how to play poker

He had me figuring odds around the same time other kids were learning how to count He used to tell people that I thought the number that came after ten was Jack

So I can ask him for money or anything, but

I won't

Trust everyone but always cut the cards Best thing my father ever taught me You know what that means?

It means never trust anybody If you're so good at reading people Then why did I lose?

Yeah Because you can't always win You can beat players but you can't beat luck Sometimes your rhythm's off you read the person right but still do the wrong thing Because you trust them?

Because you can't even trust yourself Shit

Nobody I want to hear from Nobody?


How did you get this number?

You know this is the third time this month I've have change it?

Just leave me the hell alone! Stop calling!


Beth, answer it for me What do you want me to say?

Tell them its the wrong number and not to call again Okay Hello?

Sorry, you have-

From where?

Okay Okay... you sure?

Okay, thank you... bye

It was someone from a hospital in Vegas They said your dad's there And they said he's dying

Son of a bitch That man... always dying

It's a trick, okay?

He's pulled this on me before Says he has to see me, he's dying And then you know how many times I've fallen for that?

But it was someone from the hospital that called it wasn't him So what Beth?

You think he couldn't pay someone to make the phone call for him?

I swear, is there anyone you don't trust?

Well he must really want to see you to make up a story like that

Geez, you are just dying to ask me something What?

I didn't say anything You didn't have to. I can read you I can even guess what you wanna ask You wanna ask

"What if he is dying? " "What if the message is legit? "

Well what if he is?

The thing is Beth I don't care He lives, he dies whatever I don't fucking care

You're lying

I'm not going in there What?

I can't. What- what if I go in there and he's just sitting up in his room with his dead beat friends playing gin rummy or, I dunno, detoxing, getting a mole removed You know it's more serious than that No, I don't know that and neither do you

Listen, you do me a favor. You go in there for me Me?

Why me?

Because you are safe. There's no way he can hurt you Go, c'mon


I am sorry You know we tried to phone a couple days but couldn't seem to reach you He was-

You should've come earlier

He put you up to this!?

How much he pay you huh!?

Jesus You're so good at reading people?

Can't you see it in my face!?

Leslie, he's gone!

You're lying

Beth I can't give you the car


Because the car

the car belonged to my father

Look, he won big one day in a Hold'em game at the Riviera, and went out and bought the next day It was his pride and joy

Til one day I stole his keys, and an hour later I stole his car I don't know why I did it Maybe I just wanted to see what he would do, you know?

Was he gonna report it?

Get his daughter arrested?

He did something better than that He waited until he found out where I wound up One morning a FedEx guy comes with an envelope for me Inside the envelope's the title and registration of the car

Son of a bitch signed it over to me

So I'm gonna drive this car until it falls apart At least until I do

So what am I supposed to?

Well, Beth I told you I lost everything back at Harlan's, didn't I?

Yeah Well, that's not exactly how it went down See, I beat that game on its ass, Beth I knocked them off their feet The cards turned just like I knew they would I read the other players just right

I walked away with all their money So you lied to me

Maybe I didn't want to share Maybe I just wanted to see how trusting and gullible you were

Maybe I just wanted company. You know?

It's a long ride, Beth I didn't want to go alone

Can't do it. Thirty-five hundred's the best I can give ya Three thousand. That's my top Can't. Gotta have thirty-five hundred. Sorry Thirty-two hundred. Take it or leave it You know what?

I'm sure we can find a better deal someplace else. Let's go I don't think you will, ladies. Suit yourselves Thank you!

Don't look back Beth, where are you going?

I want that car Beth not at that price!

We can get it for three grand by the time we get to my car I don't think he's gonna come down And I think that's the car I want Have you learned nothing from your time with me?

You have to stop taking people at their word!

Maybe you should start

You're hopeless You're hopeless too

Dear Jeremy In the last few days, I've been learning how to not trust people and I'm glad I failed

Sometimes we depend on other people as a mirror To define us and tell us who we are And each reflection makes me like myself a little more Elizabeth

Hello, Cafe Klyuch

956 01:24:54,195 --> 01:24:56,720 Rent

You still open?

No reason for me to still be here if I wasn't

I heard this place has the best coffee and pie in town Where'd you hear that?

I get around

You wanna come inside?

It's cold What are you doing out here? It's freezing It's a beautiful night. I wanted to get some fresh air Have a seat

Isn't this reserved?

Reserved for you

Want something to eat?

Yeah, I'm starving What's good tonight?

What about a steak?

That sounds good Does it come with home fries?

Or mashed They both sound good Half an order of both?

I'll get the home fries with the steak, medium rare and a side of mashed potatoes Coming right up

Learning something about me?

There's something different about you Or maybe it's me that's changed

Where are the keys?

You don't keep them anymore?

Been trying to give them back to their owners Do you want yours?

No. I don't need them anymore

What about your keys?

I got rid of them

Good night, Jeremy I'll see you tomorrow

You know I came here the night I left but I didn't make it past the front door

I almost walked in but I knew that if I did I would just be the same old Elizabeth I didn't want to be that person anymore

Hope you enjoy it

Are they still left untouched at the end of the night?

Yep, more or less

Then why do you keep making them?

Well I always like having one around just in case you pop in and fancy a slice

Do you remember that last night you were here?

When you practically ate an entire pie all by yourself?


I remember getting really drunk and having a god awful hangover the next day Nothing else?

No, nothing else

Or don't you have a tape I can watch?

I do... but...

I've watched it so many times that the picture started fading to black and white And now it's completely unwatchable Must have been an interesting night It was

Never seen a girl eat so much in all my life

Like this?

No, it was more like this

It's good pie

It took me nearly a year to get here

It wasn't so hard to cross that street afterall It all depends on who's waiting for you on the other side