05x08 - Eldorado

Episode scripts from TV show, "Boardwalk Empire". Aired September 2010 - October 2014.
A reputable Atlantic City politician strives to maintain power by equally collaborating with both the law and gangsters.
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05x08 - Eldorado

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[Seagulls screeching]

[Waves crashing]

[Bell buoy dinging]


Over there. Maybe a bit to the left.

Hold the ladder steady, though.

It certainly is.

All right, well, I'll meet you at noon, then, yes?

Till then.

Good morning, deputy.

We're not ceding anything.

It can be handled expeditiously.

There's a problem we should be able to make go away.

Do you have a moment, sir?

What's your suggestion?

2,000 will settle it.

1,200. They can take it or leave it.

I will let them know.


I wanted to speak with you.

About the sheriff.

There isn't a sheriff. Not right now.

I believe I'd be well-suited.

Why is that?

I know what's required.

And I'm ready to work as hard as necessary.

What do you think it says on Cornelius Vanderbilt's headstone?

Something in Latin?

Whatever it is, it doesn't say he worked hard.

It's what you leave behind.

That's the only thing anyone's ever gonna know about you.

Then you should be proud.

For what? Wooden hotels?

Rolling carts?

Salt water from the spigots?

One bad storm would wash it all away.

You put everything in place.

You made everyone pay.

If there's a problem, that problem gets solved.

I admire you for that.

Always an eager little boy.

I'm not a boy anymore.

You married?



Soon, God willing.

They get in the way.

I see it differently.

See it how you like.

In the end, we do what we have the nerve for or we disappear.

Haven't I shown you that?

You ran an errand.

You said it was a personal matter.

And I kept it quiet.

Are you thr*at me?

Is that what you think you're doing?

I'm telling you that I'm loyal and ready to be of use.

Commodore Kaestner.

I'm sorry to disturb.

The children have prepared something. May they recite for you?

Oh, nothing could delight me more.

"Ah! What pleasant visions haunt me as I gaze upon the sea! All the old romantic legends, all my dreams, come back to me. Sails of silk and ropes of sandal, such as gleam in ancient lore; and the singing"...

Political posturing aside, it's simply a matter of upholding the constitution.

Which, as we know, can be amended.

You're being an alarmist.

There can be no national security otherwise.

It doesn't matter what the wets are saying.

It's the wets and drys alike.

The word on the hill is repeal is not going to happen.

Where are you getting this claptrap?

Straight from the horse's mouth.


He said horse, not jackass.

The chairman of the republican national committee.

In 18 months, Simeon Fess will be standing on a breadline.

Not with the Republicans in charge.

Hoover's a lame duck.

His poll numbers are through the roof, Joe.

Among the wealthy, and there are damn few of those.

It's Roosevelt, boys.

Prohibition's over. You can take that to the bank.

I come as a friend. I've said my piece.

Good luck to you, gentlemen.

This way, senator.

I say we cut and run.

Mayflower's entire valuation is tied to repeal.

Sell in blocks of 5,000 so we don't spook the street.

Where... Where are we today?

331/8, sir.

Highest our shares have been in a decade.

They'll be even higher if we just hold firm.

And worthless if repeal doesn't happen.

I'm with you. I say get out while the getting is good.

Gentlemen, please. Let's keep stiff upper lips.

Is that what they taught you over there in England?

Just hold steady for 24 hours while I sort this out.


[Music playing]

Them ledgers were took by, what do you call it?

False pretenses.

Don't that count for nothing?

You said you gave them to him.

Well, we wouldn't have had we knew he was a fed.

D'Angelo wasn't even his real name.

Malone. A f*cking irishman.

That's what hurts the most.

We need to focus on what's to come.

What's to come is I'm gonna use this to wipe my ass.

Those ledgers detail various streams of revenue for five years running.

So call the mayor. He'll have it squashed in no time.

This is federal, Al.

Over $2 million in unclaimed income.


It's tax evasion.

No, it's a joke is what it is.

They've agreed to give you 24 hours to turn yourself in.

Now, I strongly suggest...

What the f*ck do I pay you for?

Huh? Make some calls.

Grease some palms. Deal with it, for Christ sakes.

Why don't you give us a minute?

What if he's right, snork?

He's running the meter, that's all.

These f*cking lawyers, they'd turn a parking ticket into a m*rder charge.

[Men laugh]

I've dealt with these tax pricks.

They're a bunch of hard-asses.

We'll be fine. Will you relax, huh?

I can b*at this. We'll buy the judge, huh?

Spread the cash around. I'll be in and out.

I guess that'll work.

Oh, you guess. You guess.

I ever let you down before?



There's something much more important I want to talk to you about.

You think Marlene Dietrich's a d*ke?


There you go. There's a smile.

Come on. Let's have some drinks. Come on, look lively.

Capone, Mangano, Profaci, Bonanno, Gagliano.

Those types of cheeses?

You want Magaddino down from buffalo?

Buffalo mozzerel. I was right.

Invite them all. See who shows.

Whoever don't gets popped.



10 years ago, more maybe, right before prohibition, went down to Atlantic City with A.R.

Had dinner at some hotel.

Me, him, big Jim Colosimo, Nucky Thompson.

I remember thinking, "I'm with the big boys now."

You were a baby.

We all were.

Now look at us.

Anybody ain't on board, and I mean anybody, they f*cking go.

That scumbag Waxey Gordon, Dutch Schultz, that spook in Harlem, Narcisse.

Johnny Torrio.

Why you sore at him?

I'm not. Just deadweight.

All about moving forward, ain't it?

[Phones ringing]

I can't tell you how urgent this is.

I must have it by 4:00.

Here it is, Lucy. Give it to bagner.

Mr. Kennedy. What an honor.

Welcome to Conors & gould.

How may we help you today?

Mrs. Thompson.

Just what in the bloody hell is going on here?

Mr. Kennedy.

I was under the impression a gentleman called first.

You're shorting my firm's stock, you and your husband.

We don't discuss orders we place for clients.

Which of your clients is twisting the arm of senator Lloyd?

I have no idea who that is.

Your husband does, and he's trying to screw me.

You'll pardon my candor, but I prefer to do the screwing myself.

I'm sure no one would accuse you otherwise, but my husband has nothing to do with this.

You're the mastermind?

All I know is what I read in the papers.

[Stock ticker clicking]

It won't work.

My partners will stay the course whatever your client told Lloyd to say.

Mayflower grain, 291/4.

Down nearly three points in the last hour.

I'm no expert, but I'd say your partners are selling in increments.

I'll tell them what you're doing, shore the price back up.

But they're already selling behind your back.

You could sell yourself.

Unload your entire position, then sell short along with my client.

Beg pardon?

Investors such as yourself often keep accounts under assumed names.

Cash out in one, sell short in another.

Who'd know better than a senator?

If you assure your partners he's right, that repeal is not possible...

They'll bail completely and an hour later Mayflower stock will be in the dumper.

Then you and my client buy back, closing the short position simultaneously.

Which is all perfectly legal.

I need to call my broker.

It's complimentary.


I should have picked that up.

What's wrong?

Nothing. I was at the school.

I was unwell, so I came home.

And it happened here.

What did?

A mishap.

But it passed quickly. No need for the doctor.

Are you talking about the baby?

Too soon for that.

Is the baby all right?

Not a baby.

Just a mishap.

The doctor has to...

No. No.

It's passed.

Why didn't you send for me?

I don't know where you are.

I don't know when you're home.

And what would you have done?

I've washed. I'm fine.

I can go back to class in a bit.

I've left edwina in charge.

She can't cope with them at all.

I'm sorry.

What are you sorry about?

You can't be all right.

I am.


Why are you sorry?

I worked for this.

Everything for this.

I love you.

I disappoint you.

Whatever I do. Don't I?

I should put salt on that.

Please tell me that you're all right.


It might be business.


Looking all over for you.

What do you want?

Ma needs you.

[Brokers shouting]

G.E., 261/2!

Mayflower, 153/4.

Sell 2,000 shares of Mayflower.

Limit or market?

Market, damn it. Do it now!

Westinghouse, seven.

Mayflower, 141/2.

Down another dollar and a half. Let's close it up.

Not yet.

Do you have any idea what you're doing?

We're going to see, aren't we?

Mayflower, 11.

Go sell.

Boy! Boy!


It's under 10 now. Even without repeal, it's worth twice that.

It hasn't found the bottom yet.

Oh, to hell with this. It's going back up.



71/8. 61/2.


Westinghouse, 81/4.

I want... ah! Get off me!

Get off of me!

[Woman screams]

[All shouting]

Mayflower, 53/4.


This is a dangerous game you're playing.

Mrs. Thompson.

[Clamoring continues]

Mrs. Thompson.


Buy to cover immediately.

Close these short positions in Mayflower.


Three things are difficult to understand.

The work of the bees, the movements of the tide, and the mind of a woman.

Here is an experiment for you.

Think about the things you want in life, and then picture yourself in a dress.

You've just made some money.

[Nervous chuckle]

Then let me shake your hand.

You were sweating.

Weren't you?


There's a lot we could do together.

I was just thinking the same thing.

How would you like to proceed?

Come see me during office hours.

The firm would love to have your business.


A reporter came by from the "tribune."

Asked a lot of questions.

When, today?

Give me his name. It won't happen again.

He said there were rumors.

They're washwomen, these fellas.

Pay them no mind.

I'd feel a lot better if you went to mass.

Talk to Father Brigandi.

Ain't I got enough agita?

What if something happens?

Nothing's gonna happen.

I mean, Jesus, between you and my brother...

I need you to tell me what to do.

Make coffee is what you should do.

[Clock ticking]

[Door creaks]

[Door creaking]

Hey, pal.


Hey. What you reading?

Lewis and Clark. Explorers, right?

I need to talk to you.

Come on. Sit up. Come on. Sit.

I may be going away for a while, Sonny.

You understand?

Not like a vacation where I come back in a couple of weeks.

I did some bad things.

And now I'm in trouble.

I will help you.

You'll help me?

It ain't that kind of thing, buddy.

You can't help me with this.

You need to listen to your mother.

You understand?

You keep to your lessons. Be a good boy.

Remember, all I did was for you.

To leave you with something better.

And that can't be for nothing.


Come here.


With steel production slipping at a rate of nearly 2% per week.

In a speech today during a New York athletic club luncheon, governor Roosevelt once again made clear his intention to support the repeal of the Volstead act.

The governor's remarks sent the market into turmoil with grain stocks plummeting abruptly, but all recovering by the closing bell.

In baseball, Jim Weaver led the Yankees to a 3-2 victory over the Philadelphia athletics.

[Music playing]

How did it go?

You haven't been following?


You've done well. Very well, I'd say.

I'm glad to hear it.

Don't you want to know how much?

If you'd like to tell me.


That's a lot.

That's quite a lot.

Did you take my advice?

I'm just asking.

I haven't your appetite for danger.

So you didn't?



Not bad for a day's work.

Dodgy way of making money.

You're awfully good at it.

Will you be renting this?

It's more than I need.

I don't know.

There's a one-bedroom upstairs.

Bigger terrace.

You're not much for outdoors.

Nice to know it's there, though.

What will you do with your money?

Do you have any advice?

I was a bellboy.

Carried people's bags.

First time I was tipped a nickel, I thought the world is a marvelous place.

But a dime, a dime would be better.

And when I got the dime, I thought a quarter.


My circumstances have changed.

There are things I won't do anymore.

You understand that, don't you?

There's what I know, what I suspect, and what I don't think I should ever hear.

Am I supposed to say I'm sorry?

It's not in your nature.

Besides, all you did was offer.

I was the one who took.

Do you like this place?

13 stops closer to downtown.

What does that mean?

I'm not sure.

But I said it.

We danced once, didn't we?

[Music continues]

♪ Beside a shady nook ♪
♪ a moment's bliss we took to talk of love ♪
♪ beneath the stars above, I held your hand ♪
♪ and then I whispered, "dear, I love you ♪"

♪ I love you" ♪
♪ or was it just a dream? ♪
♪ An idle scheme of mine to fool my heart ♪
♪ and yet it seemed divine ♪
♪ it must be true ♪
♪ I was with you and you are mine ♪
♪ all mine. ♪

Oh, I'm sorry. I thought...

We were just taking a look.

Not to worry. Not to worry.

You see how popular it is.

Do you mind if we...

Not at all.

This is my favorite line in the building.

Three bedrooms, maid's room, study, and, of course, that view.

The Eldorado is designed to be the finest apartment residence in the city.

The very best that life has to offer.

Will you folks be bringing family?

[Chatter fades]

Ask me, he goes tonight.

Should have did it weeks ago.

It's not like we didn't try.

All over New York running his f*cking mouth.

You surprised?

Your third whiskey in an hour.

Don't clock me, Meyer.

Is it the meeting?

First time in the big seat.

f*ck that.

What do you want to do about our friend?

Two sh**t. In public.

So people know.


No misses, no f*ck-ups.

I want it all cleaned up before the meeting.

I said I'll take care of it, Meyer.

[Music playing]


She brings a bicycle.

She just rides around every day.

That's fantastic.

Every morning. I know.

Every morning she just rides around.

My father used to call that constitution.

That's right. That's exactly what it is.

Do you know who I am?

Some sort of genie?


[Whispers] I'm from the future. Shh.

What brings you to Atlantic City?

I have a message for you. Would you like to hear it?

What message?

What's inside?

The world to come.

Does it include you?

I'll be there, but I won't be there.

I don't understand.

The only way to knowledge is through experience.

Don't be afraid.

I can't see anything.


♪ twinkle, twinkle, little star ♪

♪ how I wonder what you are ♪
♪ up above the world so high ♪
♪ like a diamond in the sky ♪

♪ twinkle, twinkle, little star ♪
♪ how I wonder what you are. ♪

Found him, ma.

[Train whistle blowing]

I didn't want to trouble you.

It's no trouble.

There's something on the stove.

Hold on, ma.

He isn't himself when he drinks. You know that.

Where is he?



Pop, Nucky's here.

Get up.

I said get up.

No welcome for trespassers.

He's not trespassing, pop.

He don't live here.

You hit her again?


One too many.

Says who?

Deputy sheriff.


That amuses you?

You amuse me.

Blue wool, your shiny buttons.

That's the uniform, pop. He has to wear it.

How about now?

You don't want to start.

Why not?

I got the g*n.


He's your son.



You're scared.

So are you.


The whole family's here.

Even Susan.

Show 'em who you are.

You weren't gonna tell me?


I'm gonna be a grandfather and you don't want me to know?

Is that what you think of me?

Give me the g*n.

Give me the g*n.

Let's just leave it be.

You and I aren't...


Like I was never even here!


Stop it. Stop it! Stop it!



Let go!

Let go!

No, you won't now.

For me.

It's okay, isn't it?

Isn't it all okay?

Touch our mother again, I'll give you what you deserve.

Law or no.

Count on it.

We're here.

We're here!

Wherever you think you're runnin', we're always gonna be right here!
[Music playing]


Are you there?

You called me.

Yesterday, I went for a swim.

First light. Haven't done that in... 45 years.

It's too cold out there.

I didn't mind.

Went out past the surf line.

Further than I ever dared as a kid.

"Keep going," I thought.

"Keep going until you can't turn back."

That's where there isn't any choice.


You don't know where that is.

You can't know until you pass it.

And then it's too late.

You never wanted to be here.

Not from the start.

Look, the deal is settled.

However I handled it, what does it matter?

It's done.

But you and I...

We won't see each other again.

I think that's best.

Don't you?


At least look at me.

What am I supposed to do with myself?

Aren't you done with me telling you?

What are you waiting for anyway?

She won't even open the door.

You don't know that.

She won't.

Maybe you're right, but if you don't try, you'll always regret it.

That's what I think.

How come you got to be the wise one?

Because you needed me to be.

There's a few things in there.

Maybe you can use them.

Little brother.

[Door closes]

[People shouting]

Okay, let's go.

There he is!

[Crowd clamoring]

Mr. Capone, you're my hero.

What, is there a ball game here today?

[Laughs] Mr. Capone, think you'll b*at the charges?

No can holds this sardine.

Say, you hear they're making a movie about me?

Does someone take over the outfit in your place?

What outfit? I'm a businessman.

I got 500 men working for me out there.

And this country ain't gonna take care of them if this ship goes down.

Hey, Al, give us that smile, the old chin out.

John Barrymore.


Hold it! Just a couple more, Mr. Capone.

How about a picture for the final?

Get enough to last, boys.


Right here. Just look right here one second.

Al, Al, you think you're gonna b*at the rap, huh?

[Clamoring continues]

It's all lies!

[Clinks glass]

Thank you all for being here.

Mr. Magaddino especially.

Come all the way down from upstate.

Obviously our friend from Chicago couldn't make it.

We wish him well.

Pay your taxes, fellas.

[Men laugh]

This table, it's round for a reason.

'Cause nobody sits at the head.

There's no boss.

There's seven bosses. A commission.

The five families in New York plus buffalo and Chicago.

Nobody gets made unless we all approve.

Put it to a vote.

Any beefs, wherever you go, new Orleans, Kansas City, St. Louis, they get settled here by us before things get out of hand.

The old way of doing things, it's over.

The mustache petes are in the ground.

Our friends, our partners, the Jews, the Irish, what have you.

If it's good for business, it's good for us.

There's no point in limiting our opportunities.

The future is ours, boys.

Hear, hear.




Thank you. Thank you.

Thank you, doctor. What a thought-provoking lecture.

Thank you, my dear. Darling.

Thank you.

Woman: Wonderful words.

Thank you. Yes, I was feeling it today.

Thank you.

Woman: You're truly blessed.

At times such as these, the words of ecclesiastes are ever on my mind.

Man: Yes!

Woman: Yes!

"One generation passeth away, another generation cometh. But the earth abideth forever."


"The sun rises and the sun goes down."


"It hastens to the place"...



Woman: Oh! Doctor!

Man: Doctor!

Oh, somebody help!

Woman: No! No! No!


Oh, no, dear lord!

Come on.

Oh, doctor!


[Music playing]

We generally don't tell the patients that someone's coming to see them.

It creates an expectation that can cause difficulties.

But she's a model girl, so we let her know she would be having a visitor.

She's been preparing all day.

There she is.

[Buzzer sounds]

Let's just get something straight.

Whatever you want, whatever you think I will do, that won't be possible.

All right?

You were very clever.

You made a bargain.

You saved your own neck.

And that's more than other people can say.

I'm not someone you should look to for help.

I'm leaving here.

Starting something new.

I won't be back.

You'll have your own room inside.

That's been arranged.

And if you get yourself out, there'll be money in a trust account.

But that's all.

Don't write me.

Don't try to find me.

Don't look for anything else.

Do we understand each other?

You want me on my knees? I won't do that.

The past is past.

Nothing can change it.

What do you expect of me?

They're called ladybugs.

But how can you tell which one's a lady?

Did you enjoy your visit?

Oh, yes.

Nice to see old friends?


I'm sorry. It's a bit tender.

Dr. Cotton will give you something.

Would you be so kind?

There's still graciousness in the world.

[Music playing]

[Men cheering]

Come clean me right here!

Marry me, baby!

That's it. Shake 'em up! Shake 'em up!

Help you?

I'm here for my things.

He's okay.

Need to pat you down, though.

Can't be too careful.

These dancers, huh? Look hot to trot.

Start talking to them, you realize they're all f*cked up.

Don't overstay your welcome.

Mr. Luciano wouldn't like it.

[Men laughing]

[Cheering continues]


[Phone ringing]

Am I allowed to answer?

It's a private line.

Make it quick.


Hello, Mr. Thompson?

Who's this?

Vic Borden, manager at the ritz.

Sorry to bother you, but I have a situation that needs your attention.

Neary: Aren't we truly blessed to have both the splendors of nature and the delights of civilization right on our doorstep?

Hear, hear!

I'd like to take a moment to express my gratitude to mayor Stoy, judge Lewellen,
and, of course, Commodore Kaestner, to whose vision and public spirit this city owes so very much.

Jim Neary for alderman!


[Horn plays]

What's that? What's that I hear?

[Crowd murmuring]

Could it be? I believe it is.

Ladies and gentlemen, the lord of the deep himself.

[Band playing]


Greetings, mortals of the land.

King Neptune welcomes you.

[Band playing]


Whoa, whoa, I got her. I got her.

Stop squirming. Stop squirming.

What did she do?

I just want to talk to her.

Is that all right?

Didn't you think I'd spot you?

What were you thinking?

That it'd be fun to be in a parade.

What happened to your face?

You're not the only one who doesn't like where she's come from.

You said you belong here.

People say lots of things.

You have a home. You have Mrs. Thompson.

You're going to have a family.

Let this happy season begin!




What am I supposed to do with you?

Just let me be.

I can't do that.

Then put me in jail.

You mean to anyway.

Mrs. Thompson said you want to be good.

But you don't know how.

Do you?

I try.

He wants you up on the porch.

Would you stay here?

Just for a moment?

What if I didn't?

I don't see how I'd stop you.


Polite kid, I'll give him that.

Pretty lousy thief.

Hanging around the lobby. Said he was waiting for someone.

The woman he robbed, is she okay?

Down here from Hartford.

Doesn't want to get involved in pressing charges.

I would have called the sheriff, but I don't want any trouble.

Howdy, Mr. Thompson.

Yeah, howdy.

Thank the nice man and let's go.

[Band playing]

[Men laughing]

The peasant stands up from the bushes, shouts, "don't sh**t."

I'm not an elk. I'm not an elk."

Oh, I thought he said he was an elk.


You boys enjoy yourselves now.

I'll see you inside later for supper.

Give me the badge.


Give me the badge.

Now go.

I don't understand.

Nothing to understand. We're done.


I don't have faith in you.

But you have faith in Jim Neary?

You have faith in a backslapping bootlicker?

I looked up to you.

I served you. I've waited.

I've kept my mouth shut.

You can't just...

You press yourself and I don't like it.

You think you deserve something for trying hard.

I've never liked that one little bit.

Through me and from me, that's all there is.

What are you in the end anyway?

I'm what I need to be.

How's that make you anything at all?

The nerve.

Or you disappear.

Hello, Louis.


How can I oblige you this fine day?

You know my friend Phillip.

You wanted to get ahead.

Stealing purses in lobbies, getting so boiled you can't see straight, that's a smart way to go about it?

Well, you know, probably not.

Where's the money I gave you?

That was over $1,000. People live on that.

You don't.

I'm not talking about me.

What the hell is in your head?

I'll earn it back.

Doing what?

Work at the club.

Don't you know what's going on?

The w*r is over. The other side won.

I can't help you.

Go back home.

I don't have one.

Then go find one.

Make one. Or do without one.

But don't take it out on everyone else.

Coffee's a nickel.

The rest I don't care about.


The answer to everything.

No, just the best one I've got.

Okay, kid. You showed me.

[Coins clinking]

Good luck. You're gonna need it.

[Band playing]

[People laughing]

Nucky. Thompson.

There is a youth the Commodore wishes to place in service.

What's that got to do with me?

The task is entrusted to the sheriff.

Whitlock: You understand this is an act of charity?


You tell Jared Dano he's a...

"I wanted the gold, and I sought it;
I scrabbled and mucked like a sl*ve. Was it famine or scurvy... fought it; I hurled my youth into a grave."


"I wanted the gold and I got it... Came out with a fortune last fall... Yet somehow life's not what I thought it, and somehow the gold isn't all."

[Faintly] Is something wrong?


Is something wrong?

No. No.

Do we have to leave?

Can I go down to the beach?

You want to sail around the world.

Don't you?

When mima talked about you...

Out of my way.

I couldn't tell if it was love or hate.

Don't know anyone named mima.


She'd go on and on.

There is a man here, he's very rich.

And he's been good... To me.


Offered to help us.


Would you like to meet him?

I promise I'll always look after you.

Who are you?

Tommy Darmody.

Tommy... You don't...


[People screaming]


A g*n!

[Music playing]

[Buoy bell dinging]

[Waves crashing]

[g*n echoes]

[Water churning]

Mr. Thompson, can you hear me?

Can you hear me?

We're agents of the internal revenue service.

Can you hear me? Can you hear me?

We're agents. Do you understand?

[Music playing]

♪ take your share of trouble ♪
♪ face it and don't complain ♪
♪ if you want the rainbow ♪
♪ you must have the rain ♪
♪ happiness comes double ♪
♪ after a little pain ♪
♪ if you want the rainbow ♪
♪ you must have the rain ♪
♪ what if your love affair should break up? ♪
♪ As they sometimes will ♪
♪ when you kiss and make up ♪
♪ oh, oh, boy, what a thrill ♪
♪ sadness ends in gladness ♪
♪ showers are not in vain ♪
♪ if you want the rainbow ♪
♪ you must have the rain ♪
♪ take your share of trouble ♪
♪ face it and don't complain ♪
♪ if you want the rainbow ♪
♪ you must have the rain ♪
♪ if you want the rainbow ♪
♪ you must have the rain. ♪
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