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[TITLE] Last Waltz [AUTHOR] [SOURCE] Subtitles captured by SubRip 0.96b [PRG] [FILEPATH] [DELAY] 0 [CD TRACK] 0 [BEGIN] ******** START SCRIPT ******** [00:00:29] ok?ok?? [00:00:30] [00:00:34] ok?ok?. [00:00:35] - ok?ok??|- yeaheah, ı'ıı start again. [00:00:37] same state stiıı running. [00:00:39] cutthroat. [00:00:40] ok keep running. ıt'll get better.|start aıı overagain. same sıate. [00:00:45] [00:00:49] ok, rick, what's the game? [00:00:51] - cutthroat.|- the object is? [00:00:53] the object is to keep your balls on|the table and knock everybody else's off. [00:00:58] [00:01:02] (cheering) [00:01:04] (cıapping) [00:01:06] [00:01:18] You're still there, huh? [00:01:20] [00:01:24] We're gonna do one more song|and that's it. [00:01:27] [00:01:42] All right. [00:01:44] [00:01:48] And happy thanksgiving. [00:01:50] ( ''Don't Do ıt'') [00:01:52] [00:02:22] Well, baby, don't you do it [00:02:24] [00:02:26] Don't do it [00:02:28] Don't you break my heart [00:02:31] please, don't do it,|don't you break my heart [00:02:36] [00:02:38] my biggest mistake|was loving you too much [00:02:41] [00:02:42] And letting ya know [00:02:44] [00:02:45] now you got me where you want me [00:02:48] And you won't let me go [00:02:50] [00:02:51] lf my heart was made of glass [00:02:53] [00:02:54] Well, then you'd surely see [00:02:56] [00:02:58] heartaches and misery [00:03:00] You been causin' me [00:03:02] [00:03:03] And l been trying to do my best [00:03:05] [00:03:06] You know l try to do my best [00:03:09] [00:03:10] Don't do it [00:03:12] Don't you break my heart [00:03:14] [00:03:15] please don't do it [00:03:18] Don't you break my heart [00:03:20] [00:03:51] (cheering) [00:03:53] - thank you very much.|- thank you. [00:03:56] good night. goodbye. [00:03:58] [00:04:12] ( ''theme from the last waıtz'') [00:04:14] [00:06:19] (robertson) ok?ok?, ıook.|we've been together 16 years. [00:06:22] - (martin scorsese) who?|- who? [00:06:25] the band. [00:06:27] [00:06:28] - You want me to plug that in?|- let's do it again. [00:06:31] the band has been together 16 years. [00:06:34] together on the road. [00:06:36] We did eight years|in bars, dives, dance halls. [00:06:39] eight years of concerts|and stadiums, arenas. [00:06:42] We gave our final concert,|the band's final concert, [00:06:45] and we called it the last Waltz. [00:06:47] Why was it held|in san francisco, in Winterland, [00:06:51] when you guys have been|on the road for 16 years? [00:06:54] Winterland was the first place|that the band played as the band. [00:06:58] some friends showed up|and helped us take it home. [00:07:01] not just friends. they're more than that. [00:07:04] Would you ask me that again? [00:07:07] they weren't just friends. they weren't|just friends who came in to say hello. [00:07:13] You know what l mean? get that fly. [00:07:15] [00:07:17] no. they were more than just friends. [00:07:19] l feel they're probably [00:07:22] some of the greatest influences|on music on a whole generation. [00:07:27] We wanted it to be more than just a|concert. We wanted it to be a celebration. [00:07:32] celebration of a beginning or an end? [00:07:34] beginning of the beginning|of the end of the beginning. [00:07:38] [00:07:40] - (levon heım) good evening.|- (cheering) [00:07:42] [00:07:53] ( ''up on crippıe creek'') [00:07:55] [00:08:01] When l get off of this mountain [00:08:04] You know where l wanna go? [00:08:06] [00:08:08] straight down the mississippi river|to the gulf of mexico [00:08:13] [00:08:15] to lake charles, louisiana [00:08:17] [00:08:18] little bessie, girl that l once knew [00:08:21] [00:08:22] she told me just to come on by|if there's anything she could do [00:08:27] [00:08:29] up on cripple creek she sends me [00:08:32] lf l spring a leak, she mends me [00:08:36] l don't have to speak, she defends me [00:08:39] A drunkard's dream if l ever did see one [00:08:43] [00:08:46] Well, now me and my mate|were back at the shack [00:08:49] We had spike jones on the box [00:08:52] [00:08:53] she said ''l can't take the way he sings|but l love to hear him talk'' [00:08:59] [00:09:00] now there's one thing in the whole|wide world l sure do love to see [00:09:06] [00:09:07] that's how that little sweet thing|of mine puts her doughnut in my tea [00:09:12] [00:09:13] l'm going up on cripple creek,|she sends me [00:09:17] lf l spring a leak, she mends me [00:09:21] l don't have to speak, she defends me [00:09:24] A drunkard's dream, if l ever did see one [00:09:28] [00:09:31] there's a flood out in california|and up north it's freezing cold [00:09:37] [00:09:38] And this living off of the road|is getting pretty old [00:09:43] [00:09:44] so l guess l'll call up my big mama [00:09:48] And tell her l'll be rolling in [00:09:50] [00:09:52] but you know, deep down,|l'm sort of tempted [00:09:55] to go and see my bessie again [00:09:58] l'm going up on cripple creek,|she sends me [00:10:02] lf l spring a leak, she mends me [00:10:06] l don't have to speak, she defends me [00:10:09] A drunkard's dream if l ever did see one [00:10:13] [00:10:20] oh, no, oooh-oooh-oooh [00:10:23] Yodel yodel yodel oooh-oooh [00:10:25] [00:10:27] oh, no, oooh-oooh-oooh [00:10:29] [00:10:30] Yodel yodel yodel oooh-oooh [00:10:33] [00:10:34] oh, no, no, no, no [00:10:36] Yodel yodel yodel oooh-oooh [00:10:40] oh, no, oooh-oooh-oooh [00:10:42] [00:10:43] Yodel yodel yodel oooh-oooh [00:10:45] Yeah, yeah, you know,|l sure wish l could yodel, l know [00:10:49] Yodely, yodely, yodely-oh [00:10:52] Yodel yodel yodel oooh-oooh [00:10:55] [00:10:56] oh, no, oooh-oooh-oooh [00:10:58] Yodel yodel yodel oooh [00:11:01] [00:11:03] (cheering) [00:11:05] [00:11:17] lt was kind of... We didn't know where we|were going, we didn't know what it was. [00:11:22] [00:11:23] but, for some reason,|it seemed like a good idea. [00:11:26] [00:11:27] We got to this place, a joint,|in fort Worth, texas. [00:11:31] [00:11:32] lt was burned out, bombed out. the roof|wasn't even on the place any more. [00:11:36] And that's when they decided|to call it the skyline lounge. [00:11:40] And we got there and set up and...|A big place. [00:11:43] [00:11:44] huge. bar, way at the back|and a big dance floor. [00:11:47] [00:11:49] - real old.|- so we set up the first night. [00:11:51] We go down to the place to play. [00:11:54] [00:11:55] We go in and, in this huge place, there's|about three people in the audience. [00:12:00] [00:12:01] A one-armed go-go dancer [00:12:04] and a couple of drunk waiters. [00:12:06] - A couple here, a couple there.|- somebody fires a tear gas... [00:12:09] [00:12:10] And a fight starts. [00:12:12] [00:12:13] there isn't enough people|in the place to get angry. [00:12:16] And we found out a few years later|that it was jack ruby's club. [00:12:20] [00:12:23] ( ''the shape I'm in'') [00:12:25] [00:12:37] go out yonder, peace in the valley [00:12:40] [00:12:41] come downtown,|have to rumble in the alley [00:12:44] oh, you don't know the shape l'm in [00:12:48] [00:12:52] has anybody seen my lady? [00:12:56] this living alone will drive me crazy [00:12:59] oh, you don't know the shape l'm in [00:13:04] [00:13:07] l just been down by the water [00:13:11] but l ain't gonna jump in, no, no [00:13:14] [00:13:15] l'll just be looking for my maker [00:13:18] [00:13:19] And l hear that's|where she's gone? oh. [00:13:22] out of nine lives, l spent seven [00:13:25] [00:13:26] now how in the world|do you get to heaven? [00:13:29] oh, you don't know the shape l'm in [00:13:34] [00:14:15] Well, l just spent 60 days|in the jailhouse [00:14:19] for the crime of having no dough [00:14:21] [00:14:23] now here l am back out on the street [00:14:26] for the crime of having nowhere to go [00:14:30] save your neck or save your brother [00:14:33] [00:14:34] looks like it's one or the other [00:14:37] oh, you don't know the shape l'm in [00:14:41] [00:15:11] 16 years ago, when we started, we started|with a guy you might have heard of. [00:15:17] [00:15:19] We'd like to start with him.|the hawk. ronnie hawkins. [00:15:22] he called me up and l said [00:15:25] [00:15:26] ''sure l'd like a job.|What does it mean? What do l do?'' [00:15:29] he said ''You won't make much money|but you'll get more pussy than sinatra.'' [00:15:34] [00:15:40] bo Diddley, bo Diddley,|have you heard? [00:15:43] baby's gonna buy me a mockingbird [00:15:45] ( ''who Do yeahou love?'') [00:15:48] [00:15:52] Whooooo. [00:15:54] big time, bill. big time. big time. [00:15:57] [00:16:08] l walked 47 miles of barbed wire,|use a cobra snake for a necktie [00:16:12] got a brand-new house on the roadside,|made from rattlesnake hide [00:16:17] got a brand-new chimney made on top,|made from a human skull [00:16:21] [00:16:22] come on, robbie, let's take a little walk,|tell me who do you love? [00:16:26] Who do you love? [00:16:27] [00:16:28] Who do you love? [00:16:30] [00:16:31] Who do you love? [00:16:32] [00:16:37] Arlene took me by the hand, says|''Who are you, ricky? l understand'' [00:16:42] Who do you love? [00:16:43] [00:16:44] Who do you love? [00:16:45] [00:16:46] Who do you love? [00:16:47] [00:16:48] Who do you love? [00:16:50] [00:16:51] Argh. [00:16:53] Arrrgh. [00:16:55] Arrrrrrgh. [00:16:57] Arrggghhh. [00:16:59] [00:17:16] come on, robbie. [00:17:18] [00:17:30] l got a tombstone hand|and a graveyard mind [00:17:33] l've turned 41 , l don't mind dyin' [00:17:35] Who do you love? [00:17:37] Who do you love? [00:17:39] [00:17:40] Who do you love? [00:17:41] [00:17:42] Who do you love? [00:17:43] [00:17:48] l ride around the county|and use a rattlesnake whip [00:17:51] take it easy, garth,|don't you give me no lip [00:17:53] Who do you love? [00:17:54] [00:17:55] Who do you love? [00:17:56] [00:17:57] Who do you love? [00:17:59] [00:18:00] Who do you love? [00:18:01] [00:18:10] the night was black|and the night was blue [00:18:12] round the corner an ice wagon flew [00:18:14] bump was hit and somebody screamed,|you shoulda heard just what l seen [00:18:19] Who do you love? [00:18:20] [00:18:21] Who do you love? [00:18:23] Who do you love? [00:18:25] Who do you love? [00:18:27] [00:18:28] Argh. [00:18:30] Arrrgh. [00:18:32] Arrrrrrgh. [00:18:33] [00:18:34] Arrrggghhh. [00:18:36] [00:19:28] thank you, ronnie. [00:19:30] [00:19:32] the hawk. [00:19:33] [00:19:34] And the week went on|and it was a little depressing. [00:19:38] [00:19:39] And it was especially depressing cos we|didn't have any money at all. no dough. [00:19:44] (Danko) At one point,|we had no more food money. [00:19:47] lt got to the point where, coming from|canada, we had these overcoats, [00:19:51] big overcoats with pockets and|everything, and we had a little routine. [00:19:55] We'd go to the shopping centre,|all together. [00:19:59] - but l stayed home, right?|- no, you didn't. [00:20:03] l got the cigarettes. [00:20:05] l turned the cigarette machine upside|down and got everybody some cigarettes. [00:20:10] - Yeah, but that was on the...|- You got me some baloney. [00:20:14] We'd go to the supermarket [00:20:16] and a couple of people would buy|a couple of loaves of bread, [00:20:22] cos that was about|the cheapest thing you could get. [00:20:26] And the rest of us would be carousing|the aisles, stuffing baloney. [00:20:30] [00:20:31] lt'd be time to leave, the guy with|the loaves would go to the checkout [00:20:34] [00:20:35] and we'd say ''We'll meet you|at the car. You take the bread out.'' [00:20:38] - Ya'll come back.|- And with these overcoats... [00:20:41] ( ''ıt makes No Difference'') [00:20:43] [00:20:55] And it makes no difference where l turn [00:21:00] [00:21:02] l can't get over you|and the flame still burns [00:21:07] [00:21:09] And it makes no difference, night or day [00:21:14] [00:21:16] the shadow never seems to fade away [00:21:21] [00:21:22] And the sun don't shine any more [00:21:33] [00:21:36] And the rains fall down on my door [00:21:47] [00:21:52] Well, these old love letters [00:21:55] [00:21:56] Well, l just can't keep them [00:21:58] [00:22:00] cos, like the gambler says [00:22:02] [00:22:03] read 'em and weep [00:22:05] And the dawn don't rescue me no more [00:22:14] [00:22:21] Without your love l have nothing at all [00:22:28] [00:22:29] like an empty hall, it's a lonely fall [00:22:34] [00:22:36] since you've been gone,|it's a losing battle [00:22:43] [00:22:44] stampeding cattle they rattle the walls [00:22:53] And the sun don't shine any more [00:23:04] [00:23:08] And the rains fall down on my door [00:23:19] [00:23:24] Well, l love you so much [00:23:27] [00:23:28] And it's all l can do [00:23:30] [00:23:32] just to keep myself from telling you [00:23:38] that l never felt so alone before [00:23:49] [00:25:12] (cheering) [00:25:13] [00:25:16] hath in the ram his halfe cours yronne, [00:25:20] And smale foweles maken melodye, [00:25:23] [00:25:24] that slepen al the nyght with open eye- [00:25:26] so priketh hem nature in hir corages; [00:25:30] thanne longen folk to goon|on pilgrimages [00:25:34] to ferne halwes,|kowthe in sondry londes; [00:25:37] And specially from every shires ende [00:25:40] of engelond, to caunterbury they wende, [00:25:43] the hooly blisful martir for the seke [00:25:46] [00:25:47] that hem hath holpen,|whan that they were seeke [00:25:49] [00:25:51] michael mcclure. [00:25:54] (appıause) [00:25:56] You all know Doctor john? [00:25:58] mac rebennack. come on, mac. [00:26:00] [00:26:01] (cheering) [00:26:03] [00:26:11] ln thankfulness to the band|and all the fellas. [00:26:14] two, three, four, one... [00:26:16] ( ''such A Night'') [00:26:18] such a night [00:26:19] [00:26:22] such a night [00:26:23] [00:26:27] sweet confusion [00:26:29] [00:26:31] under the moonlight [00:26:33] [00:26:35] such a night [00:26:36] [00:26:39] such a night [00:26:40] [00:26:43] got to steal away [00:26:45] [00:26:47] the time seems right [00:26:49] [00:26:51] When your eyes met mine [00:26:53] [00:26:55] At a glance [00:26:57] [00:26:59] You let me know [00:27:01] [00:27:02] this was my chance [00:27:04] [00:27:05] You came in with my best friend jim [00:27:07] [00:27:09] see l aim da-da-da|to steal you away from him [00:27:13] oh, baby, if l don't do it,|somebody else will [00:27:18] lf l don't do it, somebody else will [00:27:22] [00:27:23] lf l don't do it, somebody else will [00:27:26] [00:27:27] lf l don't do it, somebody else will [00:27:30] [00:27:32] such a night [00:27:33] [00:27:36] such a night [00:27:37] [00:27:40] sweet confusion [00:27:42] [00:27:44] under the moonlight [00:27:46] [00:27:48] such a night [00:27:49] [00:27:52] such a night [00:27:53] [00:27:56] got to steal away [00:27:58] [00:28:00] the time seems right [00:28:02] [00:28:04] baby, l couldn't believe my ears [00:28:06] [00:28:08] my heart just skipped a little beat [00:28:10] [00:28:12] You told me we could slip away [00:28:14] [00:28:15] Down the dark end of the street [00:28:17] baby, you came in|with my best friend jim [00:28:20] [00:28:22] see, l aim da-da-da|to steal you away from him, baby [00:28:27] lf l don't do it, somebody else will [00:28:30] [00:28:31] lf l don't do it,|you know somebody else will [00:28:35] lf l don't do it, somebody else will [00:28:39] lf l don't do it, somebody else will [00:28:43] [00:29:02] hey. [00:29:03] [00:29:14] the Doctor. [00:29:16] [00:29:26] everybody knows him. [00:29:27] [00:29:29] You know this guy, l bet. [00:29:31] (cheering) [00:29:33] [00:29:36] - thank you, man, for letting me do this.|- oh, shit. Are you kidding? [00:29:39] Are you kidding? [00:29:42] [00:29:43] l'd just like to say before l start|that it's one of the pleasures of my life [00:29:47] to be able to be on the stage|with these people tonight. [00:29:51] [00:29:54] ( ''heıpıess'') [00:29:56] [00:30:09] they got it now, robbie. [00:30:11] [00:30:45] there is a town in north ontario [00:30:50] [00:30:53] With dream-comfort memories to spare [00:30:57] [00:31:01] ln my mind l still need a place to go [00:31:06] [00:31:09] All my changes were there [00:31:13] [00:31:17] blue, blue windows behind the stars [00:31:22] [00:31:25] Yellow moon on the rise [00:31:30] [00:31:33] the big birds flying across the sky [00:31:38] [00:31:41] they were throwing|shadows on our eyes [00:31:47] leave us [00:31:49] [00:31:50] helpless, helpless, helpless [00:31:54] You make me feel so helpless [00:31:57] Well, baby, can you hear me now? [00:32:02] l can hear you now [00:32:04] [00:32:05] the chains are locked|and tied across my door [00:32:10] [00:32:13] but, baby, baby, sing with me somehow [00:32:18] [00:32:54] blue, blue windows behind the stars [00:32:59] [00:33:02] Yellow moon on the rise [00:33:07] [00:33:10] the big birds flying across the sky [00:33:15] [00:33:18] they're throwing shadows on our eyes [00:33:23] [00:33:24] leave us [00:33:26] helpless, helpless, helpless [00:33:31] [00:33:35] helpless, helpless, helpless [00:33:39] [00:33:43] helpless, helpless, helpless [00:33:47] baby, can you hear me now? [00:33:50] [00:33:51] helpless, helpless, helpless [00:33:55] [00:33:59] helpless, helpless, helpless [00:34:04] [00:34:07] helpless, helpless, helpless [00:34:11] [00:34:12] chains are locked and tied [00:34:15] helpless, helpless, helpless [00:34:18] [00:34:19] baby, baby, baby,|sing with me somehow [00:34:23] - helpless, helpless, helpless|- With me somehow [00:34:26] [00:34:31] helpless, helpless, helpless [00:34:37] [00:34:38] (cheering) [00:34:40] [00:34:47] (robertson) neil Young. [00:34:49] [00:34:52] l don't know what it is. maybe|the years connect or it's coincidence, [00:34:56] but it seems like that's it. [00:34:59] that's what the last Waltz is. [00:35:01] l mean, 16 years on the road.|the numbers start to scare you. [00:35:05] [00:35:06] l couldn't live with 20 years on the road. [00:35:09] l don't think l could even discuss it. [00:35:11] [00:35:15] ( ''stage Fright'') [00:35:17] [00:35:46] now deep in the heart of a lonely kid [00:35:49] [00:35:50] Who suffered so much for what he did [00:35:53] [00:35:54] they gave this poor boy|his fortune and fame [00:35:57] [00:35:58] since that day he ain't been the same [00:36:01] [00:36:02] see the man with the stage fright [00:36:05] [00:36:06] just standing up there|to give it all his might [00:36:09] [00:36:10] he got caught in the spotlight [00:36:13] [00:36:14] but when we get to the end [00:36:16] he wants to start all over again [00:36:18] [00:36:22] l've got firewater right on my breath [00:36:25] [00:36:26] And the doctor warned me|l might catch a death [00:36:29] [00:36:30] he said ''You can make it|in your disguise'' [00:36:33] [00:36:34] ''just never show the fear in your eyes'' [00:36:36] [00:36:38] see the man with the stage fright [00:36:40] [00:36:42] just standing up there|to give it all his might [00:36:45] [00:36:46] he got caught in the spotlight [00:36:48] [00:36:50] but when we get to the end [00:36:52] he wants to start all over again [00:36:54] [00:36:56] now when he says that he's afraid [00:36:58] [00:37:00] Won't you take him at his word? [00:37:02] [00:37:04] And for the price that|the poor boy has paid [00:37:06] [00:37:07] Well, he gets to sing just like a bird [00:37:10] oooh oooh oooh-oooh [00:37:12] [00:37:32] my brow is sweating|and my mouth gets dry [00:37:34] [00:37:36] the fancy people go drifting by [00:37:38] [00:37:40] Well, the moment of truth|is right at hand [00:37:43] just one more nightmare you can stand [00:37:47] [00:37:48] see the man with the stage fright [00:37:50] [00:37:51] just standing up there|to give it all his might [00:37:54] [00:37:55] And he got caught in the spotlight [00:37:58] [00:38:00] but when we get to the end [00:38:01] Well, he wants to start|all over again, no, no, no [00:38:05] that's right, make him start [00:38:07] [00:38:09] just let him take it from the top [00:38:11] [00:38:48] (cheering) [00:38:50] [00:39:00] Well, we were the hawks. [00:39:03] [00:39:04] everything was fine.|We were sailing along. [00:39:06] And all of a sudden, one day, the hawks|meant something else altogether. [00:39:10] [00:39:11] lt was right in the middle|of that whole psychedelia. [00:39:14] [00:39:16] ''chocolate subway''. ''marshmallow|overcoat''. those kind of names. [00:39:23] When we were working with bob Dylan|and we moved to Woodstock, [00:39:27] [00:39:29] everybody referred to us as the band. [00:39:31] he called us the band. our friends|and neighbours called us the band. [00:39:36] And we started out with the crackers. [00:39:38] [00:39:41] We tried to call ourselves the honkies. [00:39:43] [00:39:45] everybody kind of backed off|from that, you know? [00:39:49] [00:39:50] lt was too straight. [00:39:53] [00:39:56] so we decided just|to call ourselves the band. [00:40:01] [00:40:02] ( ''the weight'') [00:40:04] [00:40:14] l pulled into nazareth|just feeling 'bout half-past dead [00:40:19] [00:40:20] just need to find a place|where l can lay my head [00:40:25] [00:40:27] ''mister, can you tell me where|a man might find a bed?'' [00:40:31] [00:40:33] he just grinned and shook my hand [00:40:35] ''no.'' was all he said [00:40:37] [00:40:39] take a load off fanny [00:40:41] [00:40:42] take a load for free [00:40:44] [00:40:45] take a load off fanny [00:40:47] [00:40:49] And... [00:40:51] You put the load right on me [00:40:54] [00:41:00] l picked up my bag|and went looking for a place to hide [00:41:05] [00:41:06] When l saw old carmen and the Devil|walking side by side [00:41:11] [00:41:12] l said ''hey, carmen,|come on, let's go downtown'' [00:41:17] [00:41:19] she said ''l gotta go|but my friend can stick around'' [00:41:23] [00:41:25] take a load off fanny [00:41:27] [00:41:28] take a load for free [00:41:30] [00:41:31] take a load off fanny [00:41:33] [00:41:35] And... [00:41:37] You put the load right on me [00:41:40] [00:41:46] go down, moses,|there's nothin' that you can say [00:41:51] [00:41:52] lt's just old luke|and luke is waiting on the judgment Day [00:41:57] [00:41:58] ''hey, luke, my friend,|what about young Anna lee?'' [00:42:03] [00:42:04] he said ''Do me a favour, son'' [00:42:06] ''Won't you stay|and keep Anna lee company?'' [00:42:10] take a load off fanny [00:42:12] [00:42:13] take a load for free [00:42:15] [00:42:17] take a load off fanny [00:42:19] [00:42:20] And... [00:42:22] You put the load right on me [00:42:25] [00:42:31] crazy chester followed me|and he caught me in the fog [00:42:36] [00:42:37] he said ''l will fix your rack|if you take old jack, my dog'' [00:42:42] [00:42:43] l said ''Wait a minute, chester,|you know l'm a peaceful man'' [00:42:48] [00:42:49] he said ''that's ok, boy,|won't you feed him whenever you can'' [00:42:55] [00:42:56] take a load off fanny [00:42:58] [00:42:59] take a load for free [00:43:01] [00:43:02] take a load off fanny [00:43:04] [00:43:05] And... [00:43:08] You put the load right on me [00:43:11] [00:43:23] catch a cannonball now|to take me on down the line [00:43:28] [00:43:29] my bag is sinking low|and l do believe that it's time [00:43:34] [00:43:35] to get back to miss fanny,|you know she's the only one [00:43:40] [00:43:41] she sent me here|with regards for everyone [00:43:46] [00:43:47] take a load off fanny [00:43:50] take a load for free [00:43:52] [00:43:53] take a load off fanny [00:43:56] [00:43:57] And you put the load right on me [00:44:02] [00:44:07] oh, fanny, take a load off fanny [00:44:11] [00:44:14] ohhh [00:44:21] [00:44:23] (whispers) beautiful. [00:44:25] [00:44:28] - (manueı) Doesn't that need dusting?|- (Danko) this looks interesting. [00:44:32] We'll play ''old-time religion''|for the folks. [00:44:35] [00:44:49] old-time religion,|give me that old-time religion [00:44:54] And it's good enough [00:44:56] Well, it's good enough [00:44:59] [00:45:00] lt was good for grandpa,|good for my grandma [00:45:05] [00:45:06] lt's good enough [00:45:07] good enough, good enough now [00:45:10] [00:45:27] oh, it's not like it used to be. [00:45:29] [00:45:30] ( ''the Night they Drove|ok?ıd Dixie Down'') [00:45:32] [00:45:43] Virgil caine is the name|and l served on the Danville train [00:45:48] [00:45:50] till stoneman's cavalry came|and they tore up the tracks again [00:45:56] [00:45:57] ln the winter of '65|we were hungry, just barely alive [00:46:04] by may the tenth richmond had fell [00:46:08] lt's a time l remember oh so well [00:46:14] [00:46:15] the night they drove old Dixie down [00:46:20] When all the bells were ringing [00:46:23] the night they drove old Dixie down [00:46:27] [00:46:28] And all the people were singing [00:46:30] they went la la-la la la-la laaa [00:46:34] [00:46:35] la la-la la la-la la-la laaa [00:46:38] [00:46:42] back with my wife in tennessee [00:46:46] When one day she called to me [00:46:49] [00:46:51] said ''Virgil, quick, come and see|there goes robert e lee.'' [00:46:56] [00:46:57] now l don't mind chopping wood [00:47:00] [00:47:01] And l don't care if the money's no good [00:47:05] You take what you need|and you leave the rest [00:47:08] but they should never|have taken the very best [00:47:16] the night they drove old Dixie down [00:47:21] [00:47:22] When all the bells were ringing [00:47:24] the night they drove old Dixie down [00:47:29] And all the people were singing [00:47:31] they went la la-la la la-la laaa [00:47:35] [00:47:36] la la-la la la-la la-la laaa [00:47:39] [00:47:47] like my father before me [00:47:50] [00:47:51] l will work the land [00:47:53] [00:47:55] And like my brother above me [00:47:58] Who took a rebel stand [00:48:01] [00:48:02] he was just 18, proud and brave [00:48:05] [00:48:06] but a Yankee laid him in his grave [00:48:09] And l swear by the mud below my feet [00:48:13] You can't raise a caine back up|when he's in defeat [00:48:20] the night they drove old Dixie down [00:48:25] [00:48:26] When all the bells were ringing [00:48:28] the night they drove old Dixie down [00:48:33] [00:48:34] And all the people were singing [00:48:36] they went la la-la la la-la laaa [00:48:40] la la-la la la-la la-la laaa [00:48:44] [00:48:52] the night they drove|old Dixie down, down [00:48:57] [00:48:58] the bells were ringing [00:48:59] [00:49:00] the night they drove old Dixie down [00:49:04] [00:49:05] And all the people were singing [00:49:07] they went la la-la la la-la laaa [00:49:11] la la-la la la-la la-la laaa [00:49:15] [00:49:26] (cheering) [00:49:28] [00:49:35] A dream come true. [00:49:38] fascinating. scary. [00:49:40] [00:49:42] kind of hard to take the first time. [00:49:45] You have to go there about two or three|times before you can fall in love with it. [00:49:50] but that happens eventually. [00:49:52] [00:49:53] We stayed at the times square hotel|on 42nd street. [00:49:57] [00:49:58] the title of the hotel, [00:50:00] it sounded like it was conveniently|located in midtown manhattan. [00:50:04] What did we know? We came out|of the hotel after checking in, [00:50:09] and you think ''lt's great|to be back in new York.'' [00:50:11] movie theatres for ever. [00:50:14] All these friendly women|walking up and down the street. [00:50:18] lt was... lt was great. [00:50:21] Yeah, new York, it was an adult portion.|lt was an adult dose. [00:50:25] [00:50:26] so it took a couple of trips to get into it. [00:50:31] [00:50:32] You just go in the first time and you get|your ass kicked and you take off. [00:50:36] As soon as it heals up,|you come back and you try it again. [00:50:41] eventually, you fall right in love with it. [00:50:44] [00:50:45] roulette records was in the middle|of this mythical place, tin pan Alley. [00:50:51] the songwriting capital of the world. [00:50:53] And we met some of|the greatest songwriters ever. [00:50:56] rock-and-roll songwriters. Doc pomus.|mort shuman. lieber and stoller. [00:51:01] [00:51:02] they were all then.|carole king. neil Diamond. [00:51:04] [00:51:05] At the time it wasn't fair that a songwriter|was the low man on the totem pole. [00:51:10] [00:51:11] but then, these people... [00:51:14] And here come the '60s, [00:51:16] with change and revolution|and war and assassinations, [00:51:19] and a whole other frame of mind|coming along. [00:51:23] And these songwriters were expressing|the feelings of people in the street. [00:51:29] ln a way, it was kind of the beginning|of the end of tin pan Alley. [00:51:34] ( ''Dry yeahourEyes'') [00:51:36] [00:51:43] Dry your eyes [00:51:46] take your song out [00:51:48] [00:51:49] lt's a newborn afternoon [00:51:51] [00:51:53] And if you can't recall the singer [00:51:57] [00:51:58] can you still recall the tune? [00:52:01] [00:52:05] Dry your eyes [00:52:07] And play it slowly [00:52:09] just like you're marching off to war [00:52:13] [00:52:14] sing it like you always wanted [00:52:18] [00:52:19] like you sung it once before [00:52:22] [00:52:26] And from the centre of the circle [00:52:29] [00:52:31] to the midst of the waiting crowd [00:52:34] [00:52:35] lf it ever is forgotten [00:52:38] [00:52:39] sing it long and sing it loud [00:52:43] And come dry your eyes [00:52:45] [00:52:52] And he taught us more about living [00:52:57] than we ever cared to know [00:53:00] [00:53:01] And we came to learn the secret [00:53:06] And we never let it go [00:53:09] [00:53:12] And it was more than being holy [00:53:16] [00:53:17] though it was less than being free [00:53:20] [00:53:21] And if you can't recall the reason [00:53:25] [00:53:26] can you hear the people sing? [00:53:30] [00:53:32] right through the lightning|and the thunder [00:53:37] to the dark side of the moon [00:53:40] [00:53:41] to that distant falling angel [00:53:45] [00:53:46] that descended much too soon [00:53:49] [00:53:50] come dry your eyes [00:53:52] [00:53:55] Dry your eyes [00:53:57] [00:53:58] take your song out [00:54:00] lt's a newborn afternoon [00:54:03] [00:54:04] And if you can't recall the singer [00:54:08] [00:54:09] You can still recall the tune [00:54:13] come dry your eyes [00:54:15] [00:54:17] come dry your eyes [00:54:20] [00:54:22] Dry your eyes [00:54:26] [00:54:32] (cheering) [00:54:34] (robertson) neil Diamond. [00:54:36] - (cheering and appıause)|- thanks very much. [00:54:39] [00:54:44] (scorsese)|When you started playing as the band, [00:54:47] you shied away from publicity a lot. [00:54:50] talk about that a little. [00:54:52] that was just part of a lifestyle|that we got to love in Woodstock. [00:54:57] We got to like it, you know,|just being able to chop wood [00:55:02] or hit your thumb with a hammer. [00:55:05] We'd be concerned with fixing|a tape recorder, fixing a screen door. [00:55:11] stuff like that.|And getting the songs together. [00:55:14] We always seemed|to get a whole lot more done [00:55:16] when we didn't have|a lot of company around. [00:55:19] [00:55:20] We were more productive. [00:55:22] And as soon as company came,|of course, we'd start having fun. [00:55:27] [00:55:28] You know what happens|when you have too much fun. [00:55:31] (ıaughter) [00:55:33] [00:55:34] something we've kind of evaded|around here, but l'll ask it now. [00:55:38] - What about women and the road?|- l love 'em. [00:55:42] that's probably why|we've been on the road. [00:55:45] [00:55:46] - that's it.|- not that l don't like the music. [00:55:49] [00:55:55] l thought you weren't supposed|to talk about it too much. [00:55:58] - no, l guess we're not.|- l thought we were supposed to... [END] ******** End Script ********
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