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CD

1
Well, the healing has begun

2
I want you to put on your pretty summer dress, yeah

3
You can wear your Easter clothes

4
Sunday bonnet and all the rest

5
But I want to make love to you, yes, yes, yes, yes

6
Well, the healing has begun...

7
Well, the healing has begun.

8
Fucking deadly you are, mate.

9
Don't fuckin...

10
I'm just tying me lace, man, you know what I mean?

11
I swear to you, you fucking go near that,

12
I'm after you right straight away.

13
- So fuck off, right? - Hell, I'm just tying my fucking lace and everything.

14
Fuck's sake.

15
Look here. Here.

16
Play us "Aslan," will ya?

17
All right, mate, you're fucking rapid, you are.

18
Thanks.

19
Oh, yeah, la-la

20
Hmm-mm...

21
- Hold that will you? - Yeah.

22
Thanks.

23
Anton, fucking hell, man.

24
Come on, give me that.

25
Give me the case.

26
What are you fucking at, man?

27
For fuck's sake.

28
- I'm... - What are you at, man?

29
I'm sorry, man,

30
I'm just fucking dying sick, man, you know what I mean?

31
Here, I'll go on and help you.

32
- Oh, fuck. - There's all your money.

33
I'm just dying sick and all.

34
Look, there's 20 cent. Look it.

35
Look, don't fucking rob me.

36
I'm down there trying to fucking make a living like anyone else.

37
The two of us is on the same team, man.

38
I'm sorry, right, I'm sorry, man.

39
But you're right. You're rapid, you are.

40
You want money, just fucking, just ask me for it.

41
Don't have me chase you all the way up the street for it.

42
Want to give us that fiver then, do ya?

43
Oh, for fuck's sake. Here.

44
How's your ma?

45
She's dead, man.

46
Well, how's your old fella?

47
Fair play to ya, right?

48
I'll see you later, all right.

49
Look, there's two euros, look.

50
Fair play to ya, right?

51
See you, good luck, man.

52
Scratching at the surface now

53
And I'm trying hard to work it out

54
And so much has gone misunderstood

55
And this mystery only leads to doubt

56
And I didn't understand

57
When you reached out to take my hand

58
And if you have something to say

59
You'd better say it now

60
'Cause this is what you've waited for

61
Your chance to even up the score

62
And as these shadows fall

63
On me now I'll win somehow

64
Yeah

65
'Cause I'm picking up a message, Lord

66
That I'm closer than I've ever been before

67
So if you have something to say

68
Say it to me now

69
Just say it to me now, now

70
Oh, oh

71
Oh

72
Oh.

73
Thanks.

74
Ten cents, brilliant. Thanks.

75
Excuse me?

76
Sorry.

77
Big Issue?

78
Can't afford it.

79
This song you just play, you write it?

80
Working on it.

81
It's not an established song?

82
No, it's not an established song.

83
How come you don't play it

84
during daytime?

85
I see you every day.

86
You know, during the day, people want to hear songs they know,

87
just songs that they recognize.

88
I mean, otherwise, I wouldn't make any money.

89
I play these songs at night. They wouldn't listen.

90
I listen.

91
Yeah, but you gave me ten cents.

92
You do it for money then?

93
Why don't you get a job

94
in a shop?

95
I have a job in a shop.

96
Listen, I'm going to get back to this, yeah?

97
Nice to meet you.

98
Who'd you write that song for, please?

99
No one.

100
Bullshit.

101
Where is she?

102
She's gone.

103
She's dead?

104
No, she's not dead, she's gone.

105
You love her still?

106
Jesus, man.

107
You're over her.

108
Rubbish.

109
No one who would write this song is over her.

110
I'm telling you.

111
You play this marvelous song to her, you get her back.

112
I don't want her back.

113
I see.

114
What shop you work in?

115
I work in a Hoover repair shop.

116
A Hoover?

117
You know, like a vacuum cleaner. Whhzzz.

118
You fix vacuum cleaners?

119
I do.

120
I have a broken vacuum cleaner.

121
- You fix it for me? - Yeah.

122
I bring it tomorrow then?

123
Okay.

124
This is great.

125
Tomorrow?

126
Right.

127
- Okay, bye. - Good luck.

128
You have broken me all the way down

129
Down upon my knees

130
And you have broken me all the way now

131
Hi. This is Catherine.

132
Leave a message and I'll get back to you.

133
I'll be far to sea

134
That job's ready for collection now, Dad.

135
Okay, son.

136
I'm going to head into town.

137
Should I turn this around for you?

138
What'll I get for dinner?

139
The fish, maybe.

140
Hello.

141
How are you? How's it going?

142
I bring you my Hoover.

143
All right.

144
What's wrong with it?

145
It is fucked.

146
It doesn't suck up the dirt.

147
Well, listen, there's nothing I can do,

148
I don't have any of my tools or nothing with me.

149
I'm going on me break now.

150
Can you bring it in tomorrow or something?

151
Well, no, I bring it today.

152
- You, you... - Yeah, but there's nothing I can do with it, love,

153
I don't have me tools, or...

154
It's like I have to bring it home.

155
If I come on break, you have a look at it at least?

156
Yeah, but you don't understand.

157
I come with you, then?

158
For lunch?

159
Yeah, all right.

160
- Yes, we go together? - Yeah.

161
Okay.

162
Thank you.

163
- You hungry? - I'm always hungry.

164
So you know a bit about music then?

165
My father used to play in the orchestra back at home.

166
He played violin.

167
But he got arthritis then, and he killed himself.

168
Really?

169
But before he go, he teach me how to play piano.

170
"It's not so hard on the fingers," he said.

171
Do you get to play much?

172
Hmm. No, I don't, I don't have a piano at home.

173
I can't get one in Ireland; it's so much money.

174
I can't afford it.

175
Yeah, it's expensive all right.

176
I play in a piano shop.

177
This man lets me play-

178
one hour per day at lunch.

179
Somewhere around here?

180
You want to hear me play?

181
- Yeah. - Now?

182
Yeah.

183
Okay.

184
Can we come in?

185
This is the man I was telling you about.

186
He's a real gentleman.

187
Hi.

188
Okay for me to play today?

189
Yeah, that's fine.

190
Thanks.

191
Not the baby Yamaha though. She's sold.

192
- Okie-dokie. - Mm-hmm.

193
Now, which one today?

194
That kind of thing.

195
It's amazing.

196
Did you write that?

197
No, no, Mendelssohn did.

198
It's good.

199
It's good, yes.

200
Play me another of your songs.

201
No.

202
Please.

203
Not here.

204
Why? Here, Billy doesn't mind.

205
- You think it would be all right? - Yes.

206
Okay.

207
Let's put that there, yeah?

208
Mm-hmm.

209
This is in C, yeah?

210
Yeah, okay, I can see that.

211
Okay.

212
So, it goes, um...

213
Da... It goes, Da-da-da-da

214
Da-da-da-da, da-da-da-da-da

215
Yeah? And then there's a bit in there-

216
Can you do that?

217
Da-da-da-da-da...

218
Brilliant.

219
And then there's another part that goes, uh...

220
Ba-ba-pa-pa-pa

221
Yeah? And then the chorus, let's see.

222
- You have those two bits? - Mm-hmm.

223
And the chorus goes...

224
Da-da-da-da-da

225
Pa-pa-pa-pa, pa-pa-pa

226
Ba-ba... da-da.

227
That's it. Perfect. Brilliant.

228
So, do you want to give it a spin?

229
- Yes, try it. - Okay.

230
Two, three,

231
four.

232
I don't know you, but I want you

233
All the more for that

234
And words fall through me and always fool me

235
And I can't react

236
We change here.

237
And games that never amount to more than they're meant

238
Will play themselves out

239
Hold it.

240
And the chorus.

241
Take this sinking boat and point it home

242
We've still got time

243
Raise your hopeful voice

244
You had the choice

245
You've made it now

246
Falling slowly, eyes that know me

247
And I can't go back

248
Moods that take me and erase me

249
And I'm painted black

250
Well, you have suffered enough and warred with yourself

251
It's time that you won

252
Again.

253
Take this sinking boat and point it home

254
We've still got time

255
Raise your hopeful voice

256
You had the choice

257
You've made it now

258
Uh-huh, uh-huh, uh-huh...

259
Yeah

260
Take this sinking boat and point it home

261
We've still got time

262
Raise your hopeful voice

263
You had the choice, you've made it now

264
Falling slowly, sing your melody

265
I'll sing along...

266
Ah, ah...

267
Call and I'll sing along.

268
I moved back in about a year ago,

269
after me ma died, just to help me dad out, you know.

270
So tell me about her.

271
Who, me ma?

272
No, the girl, the special girl you write these songs for.

273
No.

274
Come on.

275
What did she do to you?

276
Well.

277
Ten years ago, I fell in love with an Irish girl

278
She took my heart

279
But she went and screwed some guy that she knew

280
And now I'm in Dublin with a broken heart

281
Oh, broken-hearted Hoover-fixer sucker guy

282
Oh, broken-hearted Hoover-fixer sucker...

283
Sucker guy

284
One day, I'll go there and win her once again

285
But until then, I'm just a sucker of a guy.

286
So she's with him now?

287
- No. - Don't know.

288
Where is she?

289
She's in old London town

290
Living somewhere around Chiswick.

291
I miss her. It's just sort of... you know.

292
You're not going to go get her?

293
No?

294
No. Fuck her.

295
Fuck her, fuck her.

296
Fuck her, she's gone

297
Fuck her, she's gone forever

298
She fucking fucked it up!

299
Sorry.

300
Fucking fucked it up

301
She fucking fucked it up!

302
And now she's gonna die.

303
Give us the sharp eight there, son.

304
And the Phillips.

305
Come on.

306
Your son is a very talented man, sir.

307
Well, he should be. I trained him meself.

308
Oh, no. I meant the songs.

309
Oh, right. Is he?

310
- Very. - Okay, that's done.

311
You can take it back with you.

312
It was just the belt, so it should be all right now.

313
Thank you. How much do I owe you?

314
Oh, you're fine there; it's free.

315
Nothing's for free. How much?

316
Say four euro, love.

317
Okay. We're going to head upstairs, Dad.

318
Is there anything else you need?

319
No, I'm grand.

320
Okay.

321
A pleasure to meet you, sir.

322
And you.

323
Take care.

324
Good.

325
Come on in.

326
There you are.

327
Wow.

328
Can you transfer this stuff onto disc for me so I can listen?

329
Yeah.

330
I have to go now.

331
Do you want to stay?

332
What do you mean?

333
Stay the night?

334
What?

335
Fuck this.

336
Thanks for the Hoover, yeah?

337
- See you. - See you around.

338
Fuck.

339
Flowers? Flowers?

340
- Hey. - Hey.

341
How's it going?

342
Hey, where you going?

343
I wanted to give you the CDs that I made for you.

344
I'm really... I'm just really lonely,

345
and you're gorgeous, and I just...

346
I'm sorry. I fucked up. I'm sorry. I...

347
I don't know what to say.

348
It won't happen again.

349
Do you have a CD player?

350
Yeah.

351
Here you go.

352
Batteries are pretty low, but it should work.

353
I give it back.

354
No problem. Keep it.

355
I have to go now.

356
I'll talk to you later.

357
You don't want to get a cup of tea or something? I'd love to...

358
just talk to you a bit more.

359
I have responsibilities. I have to go home.

360
Is it okay to walk along with you then?

361
- Yeah? - Yeah.

362
Cool. Cool. So how was it today?

363
Selling good.

364
And today is a really good day for me

365
because I got a job in a big house, cleaning.

366
This lady is going to pay me some money, so I'm very happy.

367
That's brilliant. I'm delighted.

368
This is where I live.

369
Oh, yeah? Cool.

370
All right, then.

371
Do you want to come in?

372
Can I? Yeah. Cool.

373
Hi, guys.

374
Hello.

375
How are you today?

376
Not bad, not bad.

377
How is work?

378
It's great.

379
See you later.

380
Ah, hi.

381
This is my friend. This is my mother.

382
How are you?

383
Nice to meet you. How's it going?

384
This is my daughter Ivonka.

385
Come on.

386
Hello, Ivonka. Hello.

387
Sorry?

388
That's dinner. Do you want to stay for dinner?

389
Yeah. Thank you.

390
Want to sit down?

391
Yeah.

392
Well, what did she say?

393
She says you're handsome.

394
She what?

395
Says you're handsome.

396
How do I say thanks?

397
Says, "You're welcome. "

398
Cool. Thanks.

399
Try to speak a little English, Mama.

400
No, thank you.

401
Careful.

402
Careful, Ivonka. Don't do that.

403
She's grand. She's grand.

404
Where's her dad?

405
He doesn't live here.

406
Why not?

407
He's at home.

408
Hello. Hi.

409
These are from next door.

410
They come in to watch telly.

411
- Yeah. - Hi, guys.

412
There's only one telly in the building.

413
We watch Fair City together.

414
Fair City, we love.

415
We learn English from Fair City.

416
Are you not pregnant?

417
How are you, man?

418
What is the hurry?

419
Just put her in there.

420
Okay.

421
There you go, dearie.

422
Okay.

423
She likes you.

424
You have no lyrics for this one?

425
It's really good. I like it.

426
I've got a few, but they're not right.

427
Huh?

428
I've got a few, but they're not right.

429
What? Do you like it?

430
It's great.

431
Would you be into trying... trying to write lyrics for it?

432
Really? I could?

433
Yeah. Do you like that idea?

434
- Yeah. - Cool. Cool.

435
That would be good.

436
I can keep machine and write it?

437
Yeah. Do. I was having a bit of trouble with it.

438
It's too romantic for me.

439
It is romantic.

440
You have a romantic streak.

441
I used to have a romantic streak.

442
When?

443
When I was your age, I suppose.

444
I see. You're an old man now.

445
Yeah. Dying.

446
Cynical.

447
You have to go now.

448
Thanks for the Hoover and food and songs.

449
No problem.

450
Thanks for the company.

451
I needed it.

452
Me, too.

453
You don't want to go for late coffee

454
or a walk or something? No?

455
I can't. See you.

456
Bye.

457
See you.

458
Fuck you, batteries.

459
Jesus.

460
I'll pay you back.

461
Come on.

462
Are you really here

463
Or am I dreaming?

464
I can't tell dream from truth

465
For it's been so long

466
Since I have seen you

467
I can hardly remember your face anymore

468
When I get pretty lonely

469
And the distance causes only silence

470
I think of you smiling

471
With pride in your eyes

472
Lover that sighs

473
If you want me

474
Satisfy me

475
If you want me

476
Satisfy me

477
Are you really sure that you believe me

478
When others say I lie?

479
I wonder if you could ever despise me

480
When you know I really tried

481
To be a better one

482
To satisfy you

483
For you're everything to me

484
And I'll do what you ask me

485
If you let me be free

486
If you want me

487
Satisfy me

488
If you want me

489
Satisfy me

490
If you want me

491
Satisfy me

492
If you want me

493
Satisfy me

494
Escalated

495
Little cracks they escalated

496
From back inside comes

497
Lies, lies

498
Breaking...

499
When will...

500
When will you learn?

501
I think it's time we give it up

502
And figure out what's stopping us

503
From breathing easy

504
And talking straight

505
The way is clear if you're ready now

506
The volunteer is slowing down

507
And taking time

508
To save himself

509
The little cracks, they escalated

510
Before we knew it was too late

511
For making circles

512
And telling lies

513
You're moving too fast for me

514
And I, I can't keep up with you

515
Maybe if you slowed down for me

516
I could see you're only telling

517
Lies, lies, lies

518
Breaking us down with your

519
Lies, lies, lies

520
When will you learn?

521
The little cracks, they escalated

522
Before we knew it was too late

523
For making circles

524
And telling lies

525
You're moving too fast for me

526
And I, I can't keep up with you

527
Maybe if you'd slow down for me

528
I could see you're only telling

529
Lies, lies, lies

530
Breaking us down with your

531
Lies, lies, lies

532
When will you learn?

533
So plant the thought

534
Would you like to buy a flower?

535
- Hi. How are you? - How's it going?

536
Pretty good.

537
- Pretty good. - Good to see you.

538
I'm going to go to London, I've decided.

539
- Good. - Yeah.

540
That's great.

541
Yeah, it's good, it makes sense.

542
Well done.

543
When are you going?

544
I'm going to go Monday.

545
Wow, that's, that's soon.

546
You'll get your girlfriend back,

547
and you'll get your record deal, and...

548
- become famous. - Yeah, right.

549
- Good. - But listen,

550
I was thinking, I was thinking before I go,

551
I want to make a recording of a few songs.

552
A couple of the songs I was playing you,

553
and I really liked the way you played and your singing.

554
So, if you feel like, would you be into playing along?

555
Like what we were playing on?

556
- I would sing and play? - Yeah.

557
I'd love that.

558
Really? Cool.

559
- So you'd be in my band for a few days. - Yeah.

560
Well, that's the first thing I've got sorted out.

561
Now I just need to sort everything else out.

562
All right, guys, welcome.

563
Now, so let me give you the tour.

564
That is your live rooms in there.

565
This is a new desk.

566
You got your hard drive and you got your outboard gear.

567
Now all in all, we're talking about

568
three grand for a weekend of...

569
- Three? - Yeah.

570
Three grand, that's pretty good.

571
You must be crazy.

572
$3,000.

573
Well, have a look around.

574
You've everything you need.

575
- What do you think, is it good? - It's pretty good.

576
We'll give you one.

577
I'm sorry.

578
Have you heard this guy's songs?

579
I haven't yet, no.

580
He's great.

581
Okay, but, uh,

582
listen, I can fill this place in an hour.

583
One and a half then, that's my limit.

584
We can talk about two.

585
We don't talk.

586
We shake.

587
We shake on two, yeah?

588
Shake now?

589
All right.

590
Two thousand.

591
She drives a hard bargain.

592
She's a tough cookie.

593
So you like this shop?

594
I buy all my clothes here.

595
It's good for me, you know?

596
Cheap.

597
Nice fashions.

598
Okay, you ready?

599
Yeah, I'm ready.

600
That's good. That will do.

601
Do you like it?

602
You're gorgeous.

603
All right, can we go?

604
The quality is poor,

605
but if we can get a professional tape,

606
I'm, I'm satisfied that he can secure a lucrative deal.

607
You take it home, you, you listen to it.

608
You play it to your boss.

609
I'm sure you can get him to approve.

610
Can I show you something?

611
I want to be free

612
I want to be me

613
I want you to be you

614
Nice one, lads.

615
How's it going?

616
How's it going? All right.

617
Good, how is it today?

618
Is it slow?

619
Have a look there yourself.

620
Is that it? Is that it?

621
That's it, that's it.

622
That's how it's going at the moment.

623
Listen, I wanted to ask you,

624
as myself and herself are making a tape...

625
How's it going? All right?

626
Of a few songs down at Samson's Studios,

627
and I was just wondering, if you were around next weekend,

628
for, to, if you'd be interested in doing it.

629
A bit of recording?

630
Bit of recording, yeah?

631
Yeah, doing Lizzy stuff, or?

632
No, it's not Lizzy, it's me own songs.

633
We only do Lizzy.

634
Really. It's one of our things.

635
That sort of stuff, is it, sort of rocky Lizzy stuff or?

636
- No. No, it's not. - Yeah,

637
Singer-songwriter stuff?

638
It's kind of singer-songwriter, yeah.

639
- Kinda... - Is it any good?

640
- Uh... - It's great.

641
Is it?

642
Well, look, like I said,

643
I don't really know much about them,

644
but they seem like nice people.

645
Yeah. I just have to call my mother first.

646
- Then we go. - Cool.

647
Great, great.

648
Okay, come on, we can go.

649
Cool.

650
Food's ready! Everybody get your plates ready!

651
- Hello? - Hi, how are you?

652
Come on in, kids! Take a seat!

653
Everything all right here, folks?

654
Yeah, brilliant.

655
Enjoying the party?

656
Yeah.

657
Great to see you here.

658
Can you sing?

659
If you can't sing, you're out.

660
There's one request I'll ask of you

661
When your liberty you gave

662
Remember Mitchell far away

663
A convict bound in chains.

664
...mine that once held this heart of mine.

665
And I love her so

666
I wouldn't trade her for gold

667
I'm walking on moonbeams

668
I was born with a silver spoon

669
Hell, I'm gonna be me

670
I'm gonna be free

671
I'm walking on moonbeams

672
Staring out to sea

673
And if a door be closed

674
Then a row of homes start building

675
And tear your curtains down

676
For sunlight is like gold

677
Hell, you better be you

678
Hey.

679
What are you doing here?

680
I just came out. You want to go for a spin?

681
That's your bike?

682
It's me dad's.

683
He absolutely loves it, but I've robbed it

684
off him for the day.

685
If he knew, he'd kill me.

686
Would he?

687
So do you fancy a spin, no?

688
I'd love to, but I have to go to work.

689
That's cool.

690
Another time, yeah?

691
Just thought while I had it, I'd drive over

692
and see if you were into going now.

693
Could you have me back by lunch?

694
Yeah, totally.

695
- Yeah? - Yeah.

696
Fancy it?

697
Great.

698
You're what?

699
You're married.

700
Does it surprise you?

701
Fuck's sake.

702
Yeah.

703
When?

704
Two years ago, when I find out I'm pregnant with Ivonka.

705
So where is he?

706
He's back in Czech Republic.

707
It's over now and, you know, I come here on my own.

708
Man.

709
You all right?

710
What's the Czech for "ocean"?

711
Ott-san.

712
Pretty much the same.

713
Otsan.

714
So what are you gonna do?

715
I don't know.

716
There's such distance between me and him.

717
He's so much different to me and so much older.

718
It doesn't really work.

719
I'm fine on my own, you know?

720
It's just, I don't want Ivonka to grow up without a father.

721
What's the Czech for... "Do you love him?"

722
Noor-esh-ho?

723
So...

724
Noor-esh-ho?

725
Noor-ho-tebbe.

726
What?

727
Come on, let's go.

728
What'd you say?

729
- Tell me. - You've got to teach me how to ride

730
- the bike now, eh? - No way.

731
- Yeah. - No.

732
So come on, can I have a go?

733
No.

734
Please.

735
No, leave it alone, will you?

736
But teach me how to drive it, will you?

737
Come on, just once.

738
No, it's not mine.

739
Me dad would go fucking crazy.

740
But he's not here now.

741
Be careful, will you!

742
Be careful, for fuck's sake.

743
Look, he's not here now.

744
- Just teach me. - Look, my dad. Look. No, no, no.

745
- No? - No.

746
- Please? - No.

747
Me dad will go bleeding mental.

748
He totally loves this thing.

749
Yeah, but you drive it.

750
Yeah, he doesn't know I have it.

751
He doesn't?

752
No.

753
Well, then he won't know I had it, too.

754
No. You can't have a go on it.

755
Just once.

756
No.

757
- Turn it on for me. - No.

758
No.

759
Come on, give us the keys.

760
I'll do it myself.

761
The key's in it.

762
Thank you for the ride.

763
I'll see you tomorrow, yeah?

764
- For rehearsals. - Okay, yeah.

765
Okay.

766
- Thank you. - Thank you.

767
Trying to pull myself away

768
I'm caught in a pattern and I can't escape

769
I'm trying to pull myself away...

770
Lately, when I get back, there's this thing I know...

771
Everything comes to you, way to go

772
Even a heart has something to learn...

773
Thanks, Dad.

774
All right, guys, this is Eamon.

775
He's going to take care of you

776
for the weekend.

777
Eamon, this is everyone.

778
Kit's set up.

779
Piano is waiting for you in the live room.

780
Tea and coffee in the kitchen as you came in. Help yourselves.

781
You'll need plenty.

782
And there is a nice little burrito place

783
around the corner if you want a snack, all right?

784
Great.

785
Okay, Eamon, leave it to you.

786
Good luck, everyone.

787
Enjoy. And I might pop in later, all right?

788
- Cheers, man. - Cheers, thanks.

789
Okay, guys, good to meet you.

790
We've a few little bits and pieces

791
to set up.

792
I want to check the drums inside.

793
We've already set up the kit.

794
Yeah, I just want to, you know, check them for sound.

795
I checked them already; it's fine.

796
Okay, we need to set up mics on them for recording, yeah?

797
Oh.

798
Have you done much recording?

799
- No. - No. - No.

800
- Right. Let's get cracking. - Yeah.

801
Yeah, no, I can't do it now, love.

802
I'm stuck here in the studio

803
with this bunch of fucking oddballs.

804
Can you hang on a second? Just one second.

805
Okay, are you ready to rock?

806
Are we ready?

807
Yep. We're in tune.

808
So Al and Timmy, on the second verse, just...

809
this is pretty much simple enough thing.

810
It's in five-four, and the second verse,

811
I'll give you a nod to come in there, yeah?

812
Is that all right? And you're in from the top with me, yeah?

813
And you know what you're doing.

814
All right, then, so, uh...

815
whenever you're ready, yeah.

816
All right, later.

817
Okay, we're ready. Fire one.

818
You sure you're ready?

819
Okay, listen now for the click track, everybody.

820
And away we go.

821
This is track one, take one, yeah.

822
All right, lads, here we go, this is it, yeah.

823
So

824
If you want something

825
And you call, call

826
Then I'll come running

827
To fight

828
And I'll be at your door

829
When there's nothing worth running for

830
When your mind's made up

831
When your mind's made up

832
There's no point trying to change it

833
When your mind's made up

834
When your mind's made up

835
There's no point trying to stop it

836
You see

837
You're just like everyone

838
When the shit falls

839
All you want to do is run away

840
And hide all by yourself

841
When you're far from me

842
There's nothing else

843
When your mind's made up

844
When your mind's made up

845
There's no point trying to change it

846
When your mind's made up

847
When your mind's made up

848
There's no point even talking

849
When your mind's made up

850
When your mind's made up

851
There's no point trying to fight it

852
When your mind's

853
Your mind's

854
Made

855
Up...

856
Ah

857
There's no point trying to change it

858
When your

859
Oh

860
Ooh, ooh

861
So... if you ever want something

862
And you call, call

863
Then I'll come running.

864
Okay.

865
Wow.

866
That was nice.

867
Did you write that?

868
Yeah.

869
You must have fallen from the sky

870
You must have shattered in the runway

871
You need somewhere to fall apart

872
Someone to fall upon

873
That fools the bulls

874
The powdered hag

875
Okay, what do you think?

876
I think it's fucking weird.

877
There's a couple of little tech bits, we can probably fix them,

878
but uh, you know, it's 4:00 in the morning, so it's up to you guys.

879
Do you want to push through or go for another one?

880
I'd love to keep going if everybody is into it.

881
Can I have a cup of tea or something first?

882
Want a cup of tea?

883
- You want to take ten or 15, yeah? - Sure.

884
I'll tweak what I can.

885
You guys take ten.

886
Guys, why do you think there are no blonde priests?

887
- I don't know. - I don't know.

888
This is great.

889
How's it going?

890
Good.

891
I don't think we're supposed to be here, though.

892
Ah, it's all right.

893
This is beautiful, isn't it?

894
Yeah, it's a beautiful piano, like a Baldwin.

895
It's a perfect piano.

896
- Yeah. - Mm-hmm.

897
Play us one of your songs.

898
Hmm... They're all half-written and more ideas.

899
Go on, I'd love to hear one.

900
Okay, I have one,

901
but... it's not finished and I...

902
I don't really...

903
Just play it, I know.

904
Okay, but the lyrics are very rough, okay?

905
- It'll be great. - Okay.

906
Walking up the hill tonight

907
When you have closed your eyes

908
I wish I didn't have to make

909
All those mistakes and be wise

910
But please try to be patient

911
And know that I'm still learning

912
I'm sorry that you have to see

913
The strength inside me burning

914
And where are you, my angel, now?

915
Don't you see me crying?

916
I know that you can't do it all

917
But you can't say I'm not trying

918
And I'm letting myself down

919
By satisfying you

920
I really wish that you could see

921
I...

922
You all right?

923
Did you write that for your husband?

924
Yes, I did,

925
and he didn't like it.

926
What an idiot.

927
Yeah, he's an idiot.

928
Come on away to London with me.

929
Come on, we'll write loads of songs and live in a nice flat.

930
You can bring Ivonka over, it'll be brilliant.

931
Come on.

932
Yeah, we'll go to London

933
and no one will ever find us again.

934
- No one. - No one.

935
We'll have a brilliant band.

936
We'll sell out all the places and it'll be great.

937
And we'll make an album together?

938
I'd love that, come on.

939
Yeah, and, and I'll do

940
the backing vocals on it?

941
Yeah, and play the piano.

942
Mm-hmm.

943
Come on, I'm serious.

944
Can I bring my mother?

945
Well, we should go back to work.

946
- Yeah. - Okay.

947
What day is it today?

948
Monday.

949
I think it's time we did the, uh, the car test.

950
What's the car test, Eamon?

951
We've been listening back on these, uh,

952
big studio speakers.

953
So it's time we had a go on some shitty speakers.

954
So...

955
All right, let's go.

956
Let's go for a spin and have a listen in me car.

957
Great, man.

958
- Yeah. - Go have a ride, yeah?

959
Let's go.

960
We'll clear this up later.

961
Timmy!

962
Come on.

963
Beauty.

964
Beauty.

965
All right.

966
There they are.

967
Listen, man, fucking...

968
- Well done. - It sounds fucking brilliant.

969
- Thanks a lot for your help. - Lots of luck with those.

970
- Nice one. - I just pressed the buttons.

971
It was great.

972
Nice, man, thank you.

973
- Cool. - You two go and get some sleep.

974
Right, nice one.

975
- And thanks very, very much. - See you.

976
So this is it.

977
- Yeah. - We did it.

978
It sounds great.

979
It does, doesn't it?

980
Could I have one?

981
- Yeah, yeah, totally. - Thank you.

982
I've got to go this way.

983
Really.

984
Where you going?

985
Home.

986
You don't want to come back?

987
I'll make you breakfast.

988
- We could listen to the CD, no? - No.

989
I have to go see Ivonka and organize things.

990
So do you.

991
Yeah.

992
You're leaving.

993
To London.

994
What do you have to organize?

995
What's, what's that about?

996
I, I spoke to my husband last night.

997
He's coming over.

998
Ah, brilliant. Fair play-That's great.

999
- I'm really happy for you. - It's good. Yeah.

1000
We'll try to make it work.

1001
It's for the best.

1002
Yeah.

1003
Come back and hang out, have a cup of tea.

1004
It's the last day. We'll hang out.

1005
Whatever, breakfast, whatever.

1006
Listen to the tunes.

1007
Or you can come over later, whatever.

1008
For what?

1009
What do you mean, what?

1010
Just hang, just come and hang out.

1011
But we done our work.

1012
Why would I go over?

1013
We'd just hanky panky if I come now.

1014
What?

1015
Hanky panky?

1016
It won't be for hanky panky.

1017
I know it would.

1018
And that would be nice.

1019
Would it?

1020
- Hanky... Would it? - Very interesting.

1021
Be worthless though.

1022
Come back later.

1023
Mmm.

1024
Okay, I'll come.

1025
Yeah?

1026
I'll come later, yeah.

1027
Brilliant.

1028
You sure?

1029
Brilliant.

1030
All right, then...

1031
Cool. See you after. Well done.

1032
You, too.

1033
Well, what do you think?

1034
You like it?

1035
It's just a demo, you know...

1036
It's fucking brilliant.

1037
Really?

1038
Fantastic stuff.

1039
That'll be a hit, no question.

1040
When are you off?

1041
What?

1042
Well, I've a few hundred quid for you

1043
for a deposit on a place.

1044
Going to come over and see you

1045
when you're settled in.

1046
When do you think you'll be able to go?

1047
I'm going tomorrow, Dad.

1048
Good man.

1049
About time.

1050
Will you be all right?

1051
What do you mean?

1052
I was all right for years before you came along, wasn't I?

1053
I don't have to go now. I can put this thing off

1054
- for a few months. - Go.

1055
And the best

1056
of luck, son.

1057
Thanks, Dad.

1058
Make your ma proud.

1059
Now play it again.

1060
Okay.

1061
That's good.

1062
Yeah. I recorded a few songs.

1063
Oh, yeah? What are they like?

1064
They're good. I'm happy with them.

1065
Great.

1066
I've missed you.

1067
Yeah, me, too.

1068
Do you want me to meet you at the airport?

1069
No. I'll come find you.

1070
I'm glad you've decided to come.

1071
Listen, I'm going to get cut off here, all right?

1072
Money's running out.

1073
Hurry up.

1074
How are you?

1075
Hello, handsome.

1076
- Ahoy. - Ahoy.

1077
Um, is-is herself in?

1078
No, no.

1079
Oh. Great.

1080
You don't know where she is, do you?

1081
Uh, she's-she's working.

1082
She coming back, uh, evening.

1083
Oh, okay.

1084
Uh, will you tell her I'm-I'm going away?

1085
Uh, will you tell her I'll call her?

1086
Uh... Sorry.

1087
- No telephone here. - You don't have a telephone?

1088
No telephone here, no.

1089
Damn.

1090
Um, I'll write her, yeah?

1091
Uh, you write her a letter? Yeah?

1092
Yeah, I'll write her a letter, yeah, yeah.

1093
You go?

1094
- No. - Yeah?

1095
- Yeah. Okay. - Okay.

1096
- Bye. - See you, Ivonka.

1097
- Bye. - Oh.

1098
- Ciao. - I'm sorry...

1099
Flowers?

1100
Want to buy the flowers?

1101
- Hey. - How's it going?

1102
- Um, could I have a word with you about something back here? - Yeah, sure.

1103
One, two, three.

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