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: You get over a broken heart very quickly, Mr. Dewy, if that's indeed what it was. Dick Dewy
: Not true, Miss Day. Tis broken and will remain so till the day you fix it. Fancy Day
: You'll be waiting until you turn to stone, then.
[stares intently, then kisses him
] Dick Dewy
: I knew you felt the same, Fancy, I knew it. I tasted it on your lips the first time I kissed you. Fancy Day
: Take me home, please. Dick Dewy
: Say you'll be mine, Fancy. Fancy Day
: You know I cannot.
: [talking about Fancy's shoe
] You will find her delicate but robust, neighbors. Part country girl she once was, part educated lady she is now. Dick Dewy
: You do talk some nonsense, Robert Penny.
: So you'll still speak to me after the choir is gone? Dick Dewy
: I shall certainly consider it.
: For a while I was blinded by your beauty but I now see you for what you are. Fancy Day
: And what, pray, is that? Dick Dewy
: I would marry the lowliest maid in the county if I loved her. Nor money, nor learnin', nor opinion of others would force me from loving her. Fancy Day
: Dick, I... Dick Dewy
: Goodbye, Miss Day. I hope you find what you're looking for.
: Wash your hands, Dick. Dick Dewy
: You first... Fancy. Fancy Day
: You're dirtier than me. Dick Dewy
: But you're a lady.