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This hurtin' match
It ain't no good, no
I'd give a lot to love you
The way I used to do
Wish I could
Mmm-mmm-mmmm-mmm
Was it awful?
- Ooh-oooh, ooh-ooh-ooh-ooh - It was kinda hot and wet.
Ooooh
Oooh Oooh-ooh-ooh-ooh-oooh
Ooooh
I
Wish I could
Mmm-mm-mmm Mmm-mm-mmm
Mmm-mm-mmm Mmm-mm-mmm
[Applause, Cheering]
Thank you.
Thank you.
I wanna tell you all a little secret which you might not know,
and that is that last night I thanked my lucky stars...
that I could be here at all to sing for ya.
I heard on the radio...
- [Stops] - This little boy... 9 years old.
Sometimes a deejay'll play a tune...
and ask everybody to phone in and say how they like it.
I was listenin', and this little nine-year-old called in.
The song had voices in the background,
like the way they use backup voices these days,
soundin' like little munchkins.
He called up, the deejay said, "How old are you, son?"
The boy said, "I'm nine, and I think it's gonna be a hit."
The deejay said, "Why?" "Because it had those chipmunks in it."
And I thought that was so cute,
because, well, I can sing like a munchkin myself.
I'm real fond of The Wizard of Oz.
Plus, I live out, you know, just a ways off of Interstate 24...
on the road to Chattanooga.
So you can see why I kinda related to that.
I think me and the boys are gonna strike up another tune for you now.
Let's go, boys.
[Resumes Intro]
I think there's a storm...
seems like it's a-brewin'.
That's what my grandaddy used to say before he lost his hearin'.
- [Stops] - Once he got deaf,
he never talked much no more.
'Cept sometimes he'd say "Oh, gosh" or "Durn it" or "My word!"
My granny'd go around clickin' her teeth to the radio all day.
Boy, was she a lot of fun, and cooked my favorite, roast beef.
She was a sweetheart.
She raised chickens too. She, um...
Did you ever hear a chicken sound? You know how chickens go?
[Clucking]
Here, chick, chick, chick. Here, chick, chick, chick.
Anyway, I guess we'd better strike up this tune before it's too late.
Okay, boys.
[Resumes Intro]
[Vamping Intro]
- The first job I ever really got... - [Stops]
Grandma... She's the one who clacked her false teeth to the radio.
She taught my mama how to sing, and my mama taught me.
One time she took me, 'cause we was gonna get a new Frigidaire.
She took me to the Frigidaire store where the man was advertisin'.
This record was goin' 'round, and Mama told him I knew how to sing.
He said, "If she learns this tune, I'll give y'all a quarter."
So Mama and I went home...
And then what happened? Let's see, I think... Uh, yeah.
We went home and I learned both sides of the record in half an hour.
We went back and told him that I'd learned 'em, and he said,
"Let me hear," so I sang both sides of the record instead of just one.
So he gave us 50 cents, and we went across the street and had us a soda.
[Chuckles] Ever since then I been workin'. I don't...
I think ever since then I been workin' and doin' my...
- Come on, come on. - Supportin'myself.
- Anyway... - [Chuckling] Hey, hey. Hey, hey.
- Am I all right? Am I all right? - Oh, you're fine, darlin'.
- It's the microphone. - I ain't done.
- I know, I know. - I ain't done.
Get us a glass of water. Boys, help her off, all right?
- You'll come back. Okay, darlin'? - Thank you!
- [AudienceJeering, Booing] - All right. Watch the wire.
- [Jeering, Booing Continue] - All right, now! Okay!
Aw, come on, now. Have a heart.
- [Jeering, Booing Continue] - Thank you!
Come on, now. It's just too soon, now.
All of you must know... Aw, come on. You didn't mean that, did you?
- She just come out of the hospital... - [Resumes]
- Oh, no. Hold it down, boys. - [Stops]
You know that little girl just come out of the hospital.
- [Man Shouting, Indistinct] - [Audience Members Screaming]
That little girl's in there cryin' her eyes out...
'cause she didn't want to disappoint you.
- [Man Continues Shouting] - [AudienceJeering Intensifies]
[Woman] Get outta here!
Y'all show up at Centennial Park tomorrow at the Parthenon.
You'll see her for free as our guests. How's that?
All right?
Okay, let's hear a get-well welcome for Barbara Jean.
- Let's hear it. Come on! - [Applause, Louder]
Ingrates is all they are.
- A bunch of no-talent... - [Resumes]
I got trapped out there, and you guys know it.
- I want some ground rules right now. - You name it.
She's gonna sing first and be off before that man even shows.
Fine. Whatever you want.
- Never shoulda brought her here. - Any way you want it.
No paraphernalia, no literature being circulated. You understand?
And never, at any time, is she to be associated with Hal Phillip Walker.
- Hello? - Hey.
Guess who.
- Linnea? - Yes, it's me.
Hi. This is Tom.
I'm playing a gig tonight downtown. You wanna come and meet me?
It's at a place called the, uh, No Exit, or the Exit.
Exit Out, or somethin'.
Anyhow, it's right across the street from Friday's, on Church Street.
You know where that is, don't you?
Anyhow, I'll be there at 8:00, and, uh...
Why don't you meet me there?
- Okay? - Um...
Well, it's sad but true
The pilot light of our love
Has flickered out
- Mary... - Driver, may I have more champagne?
- That's Norman. - Oh.
Norman, yes. Norman. Of course.
He doesn't like to be known as a driver.
Thank you so much, Norman.
What used to come from the warmest heart
I have to get from a cold can
Since my baby's cookin'in
Another man's pan
Have you ever been to the ladies' restroom here?
No.
I'm stuck here at the Exit Inn with no place left to go.
Well, if makin'love
Were margarine
Then she is the high-priced spread
- I'll have a cider. - Apple cider?
- Yes. Thank you. - [Wade] Put it on my bill.
- Oh, no... - Yeah.
Uh, all right. And would you put it in a wine glass, please?
Put it in a wine glass and put it on my bill.
Traveling in cozy, close quarters,
I mean, you sort of have to camp in one room.
- Well, Mary and I camp in one room. - Obviously!
- Yes, l... - Tom camps in a lot of rooms.
My name's Wade Coolidge. What's yours?
Um, Linnea is my name.
Well, shall I say that Tom and I, um...
Oh, la-dee-dee! [Giggles]
So you sang together.
No, I mean, we sort of got to know each other, um,
in the biblical sense, shall we say.
- You went to church? - [Giggling] I'm sorry.
No, I'm sorry. This is dreadful.
But he is so attractive, I was wondering...
I shouldn't be asking you, I should really be asking Mary.
You went to bed with him, right?
Oh, yeah. I thought you understood that.
Well, I shouldn't... [Chuckles]
Where'd you go to bed with him?
[Applause, Hooting]
Listen, uh, we got a special treat tonight.
A friend of mine is in town cuttin' an album.
- Tom Frank is in the audience. - That's you.
[Opal] Tom? Speak of the devil.
He's agreed to come up and do a couple of numbers.
Let's make him feel at home. Tom Frank!
Come on!
- Goddamn it! - [Opal Squeals]
[Bill] I haven't seen him for more than two minutes in three days.
[Tom] Thank you.
- I used to be part of a trio. - Used to be?
I been hidin' from 'em all week, but it seems they found me here tonight,
so we might as well have them up here to sing too... Bill and Mary.
Lovely!
Yes, you must!
I've been watching it all week.
[Crowd Singing, Clapping] You may say I ain't free
But it don't worry me
- It don't worry me - My favorite song.
- It don't worry me - We don't need to sing at all.
- You guys can do it for us. - You may say I ain't free
- Good choice. - But it don't worry me
[Audience Quiets]
Since you've gone
My heart is broken
Another time
Oh, railroad train
Has taken him
From me
All my luxury
Has turned to misery
He's all I ever wanted
Why did he run from me
Since you've gone
My heart is broken
Another time
Since you've gone
My heart is broken
Another time
I didn't know
That you were leavin'
- Till you were out the door - Out the door
I didn't know
The love you gave
Was a real love
I didn't know
A lot of things then
[Clears Throat]
Lord, I know them now
Since you've gone my heart is broken
- Another time - Another time
Mmm.
[Singing Along] Since you've gone
My heart is broken
Another time
Since you've gone
My heart is broken
Another time
When this is all over, I'm gonna be taking them back to someplace.
What I could do is, I could show you a little bit of Nashville.
I can tell you things that'd send you around the corner.
I'm not kidding. I know... Well, I know, for instance...
- What is your name? L... - Norman.
Norman. Please, Norman, l...
I make a point never to gossip with servants.
- [Applause] - [Del] Thank you.
Okay, fellas, I think you know...
you've got a good man to get behind.
I don't wanna take a lot of your time,
'cause we do have a little entertainment for ya.
You got pledge cards on the table. You can pledge anything you want to.
I'll make sure... I'll make you pay, whatever you put down there.
If you got a check, don't be afraid to write it out.
I'll get that to the bank quick, before you can stop it.
Any cash, anything at all, don't anybody be humble or shy.
And while you're writin', so you don't get bored or anything,
there's somethin' comin' to keep you occupied.
Just keep your eyes up, 'cause good things come from above.
[Whistling, Cheering]
Hi, y'all.
- Hi! - Hi!
My name's Sueleen Gay,
and I'm here to sing you a song about a girl that never gets enough.
[Cheering, Hooting]
[Off-key] I never get enough I never get enough
Of the love I'm hungry for
I never get enough I never get enough
I always want more and more
Even if we stay together
Our whole lifetime through
I'll never get enough I'll never get enough
I'll never get enough of you
She's the worst singer I ever heard.
I ain't greedy for that mansion on the hill
She cannot sing a lick, can she?
I never was that kind
- [Applause, Whistling] - Don't need my pockets stuffed
With hundred-dollar bills
Hey, you forgot your jacket.
Excuse me. I gotta go to the bathroom.
All right, if you want more it's gonna have to be me alone,
'cause it seems I'vejust been deserted.
I'm gonna play somethin'that, uh,
I wrotejust recently...
- and came here to record. - [Man] All right!
I'm gonna dedicate this to someone special who might be here tonight.
This is a song called "I'm Easy."
It's not my way to love you just when no one's lookin'
It's not my way
To take your hand if I'm not sure
It's not my way to let you see
What's goin' on inside of me
When it's a love you won't be needing
If you're not free
Please stop pullin' at my sleeve
If you're just playin'
If you won't take the things you make me wanna give
I never cared too much for games
And this one's drivin' me insane
You're not half as free to wander
As you claim
But I'm easy
Yeah, I'm easy
Give the word I'll play your game
As though that's how it oughta be
Because I'm easy
Don't lead me on if there's nowhere
For you to take me
If lovin'you would have to be
A sometime thing
I can't put bars on my insides
My love is somethin' I can't hide
It still hurts
When I recall the times I've tried
But I'm easy
Yeah, I'm easy
Take my hand and pull me down
I won't put up any fight
Because I'm easy
Don't do me favors
Let me watch you from a distance
'Cause when you're near
I find it hard to keep my head
And when your eyes throw light at mine
It's enough to change my mind
Make me leave my cautious words and ways behind
That's why I'm easy
Yeah, I'm easy
Say you want me I'll come runnin'
Without takin'time to think
Because I'm easy
Yeah, I'm easy
Take my hand and pull me down
I won't put up any fight
Because I'm easy
Yeah, I'm easy
Give the word I'll play your game
As though that's how it oughta be
Because I'm easy
[Applause, Cheering]
[Ends]
[Man] Do it to it.
- [Sueleen] Hi. - [Men] Hi!
I'm gonna sing you all a song Barbara Jean wrote.
Just wanna get comfortable.
It's called, uh, "One, I Love You."
- [Murmuring] - Oh, you got that right, babe!
[Off-key, Off-tempo] When I feel my life perishing
- [Musicians Slow Down Tempo] - I call you on the phone
You always fix me up
When I get broken
'Cause every time that I got hurt
And went out of control
You knew the fears I felt
Before I spoke 'em
[Man] Boo! Come on, now!
- What is this, some Walker rip-off? - One, I love you
Two I'm thinkin'of you
Three I'll never let you go
[Man] Boo! Come on! Take it off!
- And four, I miss you - [Murmuring, Shouting Intensifies]
Five, I wanna kiss you
Six
I won't leave you no more
- Did you tell Trout what you wanted? - Did I? It was your job.
- I know. - I assumed he knew what...
Well, I didn't think it was gonna be any problem.
[Shouting, Jeering]
[Voice Cracking] Four, I miss you
- Five, I wanna kiss you - Take your clothes off!
Six
I won't leave you no more
- [Man] Let's see some tit! - [Jeering, Booing]
[Stops]
Come on! What is this?
Come on back here, baby!
[Men Muttering, Clapping Rhythmically]
- What's the matter, hon? - I don't understand what's goin' on.
Didn't Trout tell you you're supposed to strip?
I'm a singer!
[Clapping Continues]
Listen. Listen, listen, listen.
Go finish the show like you told Trout you'd do,
and I'll set it up so you can sing at the Parthenon.
You can sing in the Parthenon with Barbara Jean.
- Go finish the show... - I get to sing with Barbara Jean?
Yes, you are... Yes, you will.
I'll take care of it. Go finish the show like you told Trout you'd do.
Okay?
- These fellas really like you. - [Jeering, Clapping Continue]
I'm gonna be as big a star as Barbara Jean is one day.
- I know you are. You can't miss. - Go on, now.
Come on, let's do it! Start the show!
[All Cheering]
[Burlesque]
Whoo! Hey! All right! All right!
[Continues]
[Man] You're my mama!
All right!
- Whoo! Hey, hey, hey! - [Cheering Continues]
But I'm easy
Yeah, I'm easy
Take my hand and pull me down
I won't put up any fight
Because I'm easy
Want to learn how to say something in sign language?
Yeah. How do you say "I love you"?
Well, you could say... Shorthand for it is...
This is shorthand.
[Continues]
Or you could say, "I," you could say, "love you."
- "I love you"? - Mm-hmm.
Or you could just say, "I'm happy I met you."
- I'm happy I met you. - Right.
Say you want me I'll come runnin'
- Without takin'time to think - Phew.
- How can you smoke those things? - 'Cause I'm easy
- It's easy. - Yeah, I'm easy
- [Continues] - Let me have a drag.
- Do you smoke? - No.
Well, what do you want to do that for?
Yeah, I'm easy
Give the word I'll play your game
- Doesn't look good. - No?
- Mm-mmm. - So what?
Because I'm easy
- Tom, I have to go. - Oh.
Can't you just call him, tell him you're hung up?
No, I can't.
- Couldn't you stay another hour? - No.
I just can't.
This is the long-distance operator.
- You want this charged to your room? - Yeah, please.
- And your room number, please? - 112.
[Phone Ringing]
- [Woman] Hello. - Hey.
- [Tom] How you doin'? - Oh, wow.
Listen, I'm real sorry I left the way I did.
- [Water Running] - [Woman] Oh, wow.
It's really nice to talk to you. It's okay.
It's nice to talk to you too.
- What are you doing? - [Tom] I'm thinkin'about you.
You are? Well... [Giggles]
Listen, can you come down here?
- When? - Tonight.
- Oh, Tom, I can't do that. - Why not?
We have an opening at the museum tomorrow. I can't leave my job.
Why don't you quit? I'm makin'bread here.
We tried that before. It doesn't work. I need to be busy.
I'll wait for you here. When are you coming back?
About a week.
Okay, well, just... just come on back.
Move back in. It's fine.
[Woman] I miss you.
[Woman] I really do.
New York's really been nice. It's missed you too.
The weather's been terrific.
I went sailing.
- Yeah. - What's that?
That's just room service.
There's 50 cents on the desk there. Just pick it up.
- Big tipper. [Giggles] - Yeah, well, times are hard.
Right, all that money. You couldn't afford to bring me down there.
- Yeah. Well, see you in a week. - I love you, Tom.
[Sighs]
[Muttering]
This it, honey?
Be careful gettin' out.
[Muttering Continues]
Hey.
Hey! Hey, wait just a minute. Just hold it, will ya.
Now... [Sighs]
I know you don't do that all the time, l...
I wanna tell you that I just... I mean...
Me personally, boy, l...
You know, I'd just like to kiss you all over, every place.
You know what I'm telling you?
- I think you... - Sueleen?
You okay?
[Sighs] Shit, man.
[Engine Starts]
[Del] Didn't your mama teach you no manners?
- [Car Pulls Away] - Who was that?
What's the matter with you? Ain't you gonna talk to me?
Did it go all right?
- Oh, Wade. - What?
I had to do me a striptease tonight in front of all those men...
in order to get to sing at the Parthenon with Barbara Jean.
Oh, shit, Sueleen, l...
That's dreadful! That's terrible, girl!
I mean...
I don't know how to tell you this, but I been meanin' to...
you can't sing.
You may as well face the fact you cannot sing.
You ain't never gon' be no star. I wish you'd give it up.
They gon' kill ya. They gon' tear your heart out if you keep on.
They gon' walk on your soul, girl.
- What are you talkin' about? - You can't sing.
- Do you understand that? - Yeah? You wanna make a bet?
You wanna come to the Parthenon and watch me sing with Barbara Jean?
- I am leavin' for Detroit Wednesday. - You just come and watch, Wade.
I'm leavin' for Detroit, and if you wanna go you just come on.
- They gonna kill you in this town. - Well, you come and see.
- They gon' use you. You know that. - Bye, Wade.
Dumb bitch. I don't know why I stick around.
She just makes me so goddamn mad I could spit.
[Man] Little more than a year ago,
a man named Hal Phillip Walker...
excited a group of college students with some questions:
Have you stood on a high and windy hill...
and heard the acorns drop and roll?
Have you walked in the valley beside the brook,
walked alone and remembered?
Does Christmas smell like oranges to you?
In a commencement speech such questions were fitting, perhaps,
but hardly the material with which to launch a presidential campaign.
Even those who pay close attention to politics...
probably saw Hal Phillip Walker and his Replacement Party...
as a bit of frost on the hillside...
summer, if not late spring, would surely do away with all that.
Well, now that summer,
along with presidential primaries, is heavy upon us...
and the frost is still there,
perhaps we should take a closer look.
Hal Phillip Walker is, in a way, a mystery man.
Out of nowhere, with a handful of students and scarcely any pros,
he's managed to win three presidential primaries...
and is given a fighting chance to take a fourth... Tennessee.
A win in that state would take on added significance,
for only once in the last 50 years has Tennessee failed to vote...
for the winning presidential candidate.
No doubt many Americans, especially party liners,
wish that Hal Phillip Walker would go away,
disappear like the natural frost...
and come again at some more convenient season.
But wherever he may be going,
it seems sure Hal Phillip Walker is not going away,
for there is genuine appeal...
and it must be related to the raw courage of this man...
running for president, willing to battle vast oil companies,
eliminate subsidies to farmers,
tax churches, abolish the electoral college,
change the national anthem...
and remove lawyers from government, especially from Congress.
At this point it'd be wise to say most of us don't know the answer...
to Hal Phillip Walker,
but to answer one of his questions,
as a matter of fact, Christmas has always smelled like oranges to me.
[Male Singer] Our country cries
For peace today
There's trouble in
The U.S.A.
Watergate
Is the sound that rings
Wonder what
This year will bring
- You're going the wrong way! - Wonder what
- [Horn Honks] - This year will bring
- All y'all goin' the wrong way! - Will there be sadness
Tears or pain
Or will the sun
Refuse to shine
Wonder what
This year will bring
Down in Nashville
I heard today
A shortage of food
Is on its way
While up in Denver
Gas shortage rings
Lord, I wonder what
- This year will bring - You may have to sit out here.
- [Continues] - [Walker] That's all right, John.
- Give me time to work on my speech. - Okay, thank you.
Hi. How are you? Good to see you.
Or will the sun
- [Sighs] - Refuse to shine
- Delbert, how's it going? - Hi, John. How are you?
- Can I say hello? - He's working on his speech.
- We'll do that later. - Right.
- He's gonna wait there? - He'll sit out there for a minute.
- Anybody here yet? - Yeah, some of the people.
- Barnett? - He oughta be here quick.
This building was originally here...
It was made out of lumber and plaster of Paris.
- Oh, yeah? - This whole big building...
See, they built it for a centennial celebration,
and people liked this, they didn't want it torn down.
Nashville got to be called the Athens of the South.
- They sorta took to that. - Because of this building?
- Yeah, right. - Oh, that's good.
Then they had to rebuild it. This was built right before I was born.
Whoo! Gonna be a scorcher.
[Del] The park police control all this.
What's all these chairs? We don't need all these chairs.
- This ain't no band here, right? - What's the matter, man?
I don't... I don't believe it!
What's the matter?
Are you guys jerkin' me around? Do you see what I see, or am l...
What the hell is that sign doin' up there, Triple?
We had some ground rules.
No political signs, no advertisements, no noth...
What the hell are you doin', huh? Go about your business.
I have abided by all the ground rules you laid down, Barnett.
I have Walker sitting out behind this place like an idiot!
Well, he can sit out in the sun and parch for all I care!
My wife ain't well! I brought her out of a hospital bed to be here!
You gave me some truth! You're full of it, just like your man!
- I have abided by every ground rule. - Except what?
She ain't gonna appear here with that sign up there!
- I have busted my ass for you! - I'm gonna bust your ass too!
I am through with it! Take your wife and take a walk!
I'll tell these people she's not going to appear again!
- Well, go on and do it! - Okay, take a walk, and I'll do it.
You'd do that, huh? You'd put a knife in my wife's back like that?
You're putting the knife in her back, buster. You're doing it.
I have not got time to take the sign down and put it back up again!
What are you hollerin' about? You tryin' to embarrass me?
I'm tryin' to be heard.
Well, get these chairs off and we'll talk about it.
- I'll take care of it. - Delbert... Where is that rat?
What are you hiding for, you little rat?
And grant us so to serve thee by day...
that we may find eternal fellowship with them...
through Him who died and rose again for us all,
Jesus Christ, our Lord.
Amen.
Mr. Green, it's not over.
- I'm going to find Martha. - What for?
She owes some respect to Esther.
[Announcer] Ladies and gentlemen, Barbara Jean and Haven Hamilton.
[Applause, Cheering]
[Haven] When I feel my life perishing
I call you on the phone
[Barbara Jean] I always fix you up
When you get broken
'Cause every time that I got hurt
And went out of control
I knew the fears you felt
Before you spoke them
You tell me
[Together] One, I love you
Two I'm thinkin' of you
Three I'll never let you go
And four, I miss you
Five, I wanna kiss you
Six I won't leave you no more
[Barbara Jean] When I feel my life vanishin'
Like waves upon the sand
[Haven] With nothin'to replace it
But invention
[Barbara Jean] So I make my rhymes and I sing my songs
Still they don't understand
- [Continues] - You can't find her here.
I'll find her.
- I'd sing ya - [Together] One, I love you
Two I'm thinkin'of you
Three I'll never let you go
And four, I miss you
Five, I wanna kiss you
Six, I won't leave you no more
One, I love you
Two I'm thinkin'of you
Three I'll never let you go
And four, I miss you
Five, I wanna kiss you
Six I won't leave you no more
Six I won't leave you
No more
Six I won't leave you
No mo-o-ore
Thank you, ladies and gentlemen.
Mama and Daddy
Raised me with lovin' care
They sacrificed
So I could have a better share
They fed me and nursed me
And sent me to school
Mama taught me how to sing
Daddy lived the Golden Rule
When I think of the children alone and afraid
Abandoned and wild like a fatherless child
I think of my mama
And how she could sing
Harmony with my daddy
Our laughter would ring
Down the highways
On the beaches
Just as far as memory reaches
I still hear Daddy singin'his old army songs
We'd laugh and count horses
As we drove along
We were young then We were together
We could bear floods and fire
And bad weather
And now that I'm older
Grown up, on my own
I still love Mama and Daddy best
And my Idaho home
Mama grew up
On the prairies of Kansas
She was tender and sweet
The dust and tornadoes blew 'round her
But they left her straight up on her feet
My daddy grew up on his own more or less
His mama died when he was just 11
He had seven sisters to raise him
But he dreamed of his mama in heaven
His daddy drank whiskey and had a sharp eye
He sold chicken medicine farmers would buy
Together they hunted the fields and the farms
When his daddy died my daddy rest in my mama's arms
Down the highways
On the beaches
Just as far as memory reaches
I still hear Daddy singin' his old army songs
We'd laugh and count horses
As we drove along
We were young then
We were together
We could bear floods and fire
And bad weather
And now that I'm older
Grown up, on my own
I still love Mama and Daddy best
And my Idaho home
And now that I'm older
Grown up, on my own
I still love my Mama and Daddy best
And my Idaho home
For Mama and Daddy.
- [Applause, Cheering] - Thank you.
[Applause, Cheering Continue]
Thank you so much, ladies and gentlemen.
- Thank you. - Wonderful! Wonderful!
Let's hear it for Barbara Jean! Wonderful!
[Gunshots]
- Get that gun! - [Gunshot]
I'm all right. You get her. You get her.
- Dad? - Bud, help her off. I'm all right.
- Get Walker out of here! - [Del] Get Walker outta here!
[Triplette] Get off your asses!
Watch her head!
Y'all take it easy now. This isn't Dallas, it's Nashville.
This is Nashville. You show 'em what we're made of.
They can't do this to us here in Nashville.
Okay, everybody, sing!
Come on, somebody, sing!
No, I'm fine. You sing. You stay here and play.
[Siren Wailing]
- Somebody sing. Somebody sing. - You've been hurt.
- I'm gonna get somebody to help you. - Somebody sing.
Sing!
I think you've been hurt.
Watch your step there. Watch your step there.
Come on, easy, easy.
- I can't stop that blood, man! - You got a car or somethin'?
[Tentatively] They say this train
Don't give out rides
It don't worry me
Martha! Martha!
And all the world is takin' sides
- It don't worry me - What happened?
Can you please tell me what happened?
'Cause in my empire life is sweet
Just ask any bum you meet
- Life may be a one-way street - Is there anybody who can help us?
But it don't worry me
Come on, everybody sing.
[Confidently] It don't worry me
It don't worry me
You may say I ain't free
It don't worry me
Come on! It don't worry me
It don't worry me
You may say I ain't free
- [Choir] But it don't worry me - It's not gon' worry me
The price of bread may worry some
It don't worry me
Tax relief may never come
It don't worry me
- Economy's depressed, not me - I need you. Come on.
- My spirit's high as it can be - Come on down here.
You may say I ain't free
It don't worry me
[With Increasing Enthusiasm] No, it don't worry me
- [ChoirJoins In] - It don't worry me
You may say I ain't free
It don't worry me
Ohhhh, it don't
Worry me
It don't worry me
You may say I ain't free
It don't worry me
It don't worry me
It don't worry me
You may say I ain't free
- But it don't worry me - It don't worry me
[Winifred, Choir] It don't worry me, no
It don't worry me
You might say that I ain't free
- But it don't worry me - It's not gonna worry me
- It don't worry me - Now, if we don't live peaceful,
- It don't worry me - there's gonna be nothin'left...
except Clorox bottles and plastic fly swatters...
But it don't worry me
- [Choir] It don't worry me - Why not?
[Winifred, Choir] It don't worry me
You may say I ain't free
Well, it don't worry me
Come on, everybody!
- [Choir] It don't worry me - That's right.
[Winifred, Choir] It don't worry me
You might say I ain't free
It don't worry me
It don't worry me
It don't worry me
You may say that I ain't free
- But it don't worry me - It's not gon' worry us
It don't worry me
It don't worry me
You may say that I ain't free
- But it don't worry me - It's not gonna worry me
Ain't gonna be nothin' left in our graves...
except fly swatters with red dots on 'em.
- That's right! - You may say
That I ain't free
- But it don't worry me - It don't worry me
It don't worry me
It don't worry me
You may say that I ain't free
But it don't worry me
It don't worry me
It don't worry me
[Fades] You may say that I ain't...
[Fades] You may say that I ain't...
[Male Singer] The price of bread
May worry some
But it don't worry me
[Female Singer] And tax relief
May never come
But it don't worry me
Economy's depressed, not me
Spirit's high
As it can be
[Male Singer] And you may say
That I ain't free
But it don't worry me
[Female Singer] They say this train
Don't give out rides
But it don't worry me
[Male Singer] And all the world
Is takin'sides
But it don't worry me
[Female Singer] 'Cause in my empire
Life is sweet
Just ask any 'bo that you might meet
Life may be
A one-way street
But it don't worry me
[Singers, Choir] It don't worry me
It don't worry me
You may say
That I ain't free
But it don't worry me
It don't worry me
[Male Singer] I ain't gonna be worried.
It don't worry me
[Male Singer] No, not me
You may say
That I ain't free
But it don't worry me
[Male Singer] I got a smile on my face
It don't worry me
[Male Singer] I'm gonna walk with my head held high
It don't worry me
[Male Singer] You know why
You may say
That I ain't free
But it don't worry me
[Male Singer] Let me hear you sing it
It don't worry me
No
It don't worry me
[Male Singer] I'll be smilin', smilin'
You may say
That I ain't free
But it don't worry me
[Male Singer] Hey, hey, hey, yeah
It don't worry me
[Female Singer] Oh, no
It don't worry me
You may say
That I ain't free
But it don't worry me
[Male Singer] Sing along, singin'
It don't worry me
It don't worry me
You may say
That I ain't free
But it don't worry me
It don't worry me
[Male Singer] I'm gonna walk with my head held high
It don't worry me
[Male Singer] Ohhh-ohh-ohh
You may say
That I ain't free
But it don't worry me
[Male Singer] Nice and easy
[Quietly] It don't worry me
[Male Singer] I'm smilin'
It don't worry me
[Male Singer] No more cryin'
[Crescendo] You may say
That I ain't free
But it don't
Worry
Me
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Na Cha The Great
Na Tum Jaano Na Hum
Na samote u lesa
Nabi CD1
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Nacktschnecken 2004
Nada Mas
Naissance de lAmour La
Naked 2002
Naked Ambition CD1
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Naked Gun 33x3 - The Final Insult
Naked Gun The - From the Files of Police Squad
Naked Jungle The (1954)
Naked Killer
Naked Lunch 1991
Naked Weapon CD1
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Naken 2000
Name Of The Rose The CD1
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Nameless - Los sin nombre
Namnam buknyeo (2003) - Love Impossible
Nan bei zui quan
Nanguo zaijan nanguo - Goodbye South Goodbye
Napoleon Dynamite
Narayama Bushiko - Ballad of Narayama
Narc
Nashan naren nagou (1999) - Postmen in the Mountains
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National Security
National Treasure CD1
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Nattevagten
Natural Born Killers
Natural City
Nausicaa of the valley of Wind CD1
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Navigators The
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Near Dark
Ned Kelly (2003)
Needing You
Negotiator The CD1 1998
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Nell (1994)
Nelly and Monsieur Arnaud
Nest The 2002
Net The
Network 1976
Never Die Alone 2004
Neverending Story
New Alcatraz
New Guy The 2002
New Nightmare
New Police Story CD1
New Police Story CD2
New York Stories
Next Friday
Next Karate Kid The (1994)
Ni Liv (Nine Lives)
Niagara
Nicholas Nickleby (2002).CD1
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Nick of time
Nicotina 2003
Night At The Opera A 1935
Night Flier
Night Wish - End of Innocence CD1
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Night and Fog
Night and the City 1950
Night at the Roxbury A
Night of the Demon (1957)
Night of the Generals The CD1
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Nightbreed 1990
Nightmare (2000 Korean)
Nightmare Before Christmas The
Nightmare Before Christmas The - Special Edition
Nightmare City
Nightmare On Elm Street 3 A - Dream Warriors 1987
Nightmare On Elm Street 6 A (1991) Freddys Dead
Nightmare on Elm Street 3 A - Dream Warriors
Nightwatch
Nightwish - End Of Innocence
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Nikita
Nikos the impaler
Ninas Tragedies 2003
Nine Half Weeks
Nine Lives (2004 I)
Nine Lives of Fritz the Cat The
Nine Months
Nine Queens
Nineteen Eighty Four - 1984
Ningen Gokaku (Kiyoshi Kurosawa 1998]
Ninja Scroll
Ninth Gate The (2000)
Nip Tuck 1x01
Nip Tuck 1x02
Nip Tuck 1x03
Nip Tuck 1x04
Nip Tuck 1x05
Nip Tuck 1x06
Nip Tuck 1x07
Nip Tuck 1x08
Nip Tuck 1x09
Nip Tuck 1x10
Nip Tuck 1x11
Nip Tuck 1x12
Nip Tuck 1x13
Nirvana 1997
Nixon CD1
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No 3 Limited
No Blood No Tears 2002 CD1
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No End 1985
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No Mans Land
No Mans Land 2001 Limited
No News From God
No Way Back
No way out
Noam Chomsky Distorted Morality (2003)
Nobody Someday
Nobodys Fool 1994
Nocturne (1980 I)
Noi The Albino 2003
Noises Off 1992
Nomads 1986
Non ti muovere
Norma Rae
Normais Os 2003
North Sea Hijack 1980
North Shore
North To Alaska CD1
North To Alaska CD2
North by Northwest (1959)
Northfork
Nos Miran
Nosferatu eine Symphonie des Grauens
Nostalghia (Tarkovsky 1983)
Not One Less CD1
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Not another teen movie
Notebook The CD1
Notebook The CD2
Nothing Hill Collectors Edition
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Notorious (Hitchcock 1946)
Notre dame de Paris CD1
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Notting Hill
Notting Hill (Collectors Edition)
Notting Hill - Ultimate Edition
Novo 2002
Now Or Never 2003
Now Voyager
Nowhere To Run
Nowhere to Hide
Nude for Satan (Luigi Batzella 1974)
Nurse Betty
Nutty Professor 2 - The Klumps (Uncensored Directors Cut)
Nutty professor The (1963) Jerry Lewis
Nynke 2001