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: Tread lightly she is near/under the snow/speak gently she can hear/the daisies grow/All her bright golden hair/tarnished with rust/she that was young and fair/fall into dust/lily light as snow/she hardly knew/she was a woman/so sweetly she grew
: Go away. It's a trap. Simon de Canterville
: A rat? Where?
: He's going to regulate you! Simon de Canterville
: I'm as regular as clockwork.
: Mother says I am to forget you. Lord Cheshire
: I wouldn't want you to disobey your mother. Virginia Otis
: Yes. Lord Cheshire
: Well, if you must forget me, may I at least have something to remember you by?
: You are so selfish! You never think of anyone else's feelings! Simon de Canterville
: What about you? Were you thinking of mama and papa when you decided to elope? Virginia Otis
: I am in love! Simon de Canterville
: So am I!
Simon de Canterville
: You're crying, I'm so sorry. Virginia Otis
: For us.
: Will you tell me what happened that night? Virginia Otis
: That is one secret I must take to the grave. But I can tell you that I owe him a great deal. Lord Cheshire
: Surely, he owes you more. Virginia Otis
: No, I mean it Henry. He taught me the difference between life and death. Lord Cheshire
: You are life itself to me. Virginia Otis
: And that love... love is greater than both.
: I didn't know how much I cared for Henry until I got mad at him.
: When darkness blossoms into light and love keeps vi... Tom Carter
: ...vigil in the night, when maid walks in the house of doom and true tears defy the tomb, then shall all the chase be still and peace come to Canterville.
: If you're a ghost, how can you bump into things? Sir Simon de Canterville
: Oh, I do it sometimes for effect. Can't keep it up for long. I begin to fade. Oh. Confound those pestering brothers of yours! In 500 years of dignified haunting, I have never been subject to such impudence! Virginia Otis
: Dignified haunting? You've hardly been a gentleman. You've frightened my mother, my father hasn't had a night of rest and now my brothers are all in trouble because of you. Sir Simon de Canterville
: Oh, what is the use? I'm losing my touch. I can't even pull off a good scare anymore. The people of your century are so cruel and unfeeling. I thought you were different. Virginia Otis
: Oh, but I am. So different that nobody even wants me for a friend. Sir Simon de Canterville
: But why do you want to be like the rest? When I was alive, I was different, and proud of it.
Virginia 'Ginny' Otis
: When a gentle girl can win a prayer from out the lips of sin/when a child gives up tears and the barren almond bears/when the silent chapel bell sounds the ghostly sinners knell/then shall all the house be still, and peace shall come to Canterville.