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: I just couldn't get the hang of being married. Starkeeper
: Was that Julie's fault? Billy Bigelow
: No, but maybe it wasn't my fault either.
: Simmer down now, Billy; you're forgettin' - here there *is* no time; this is the beginning and the end.
: I couldn't get work, and I couldn't bear to see her... to see her... Starkeeper
: You couldn't bear to see her cry? Why don't you come right out and say it? Why are you ashamed you loved Julie? Billy
: I ain't afraid of anything. Look, if I can't go back, just say so. Starkeeper
: I didn't say you couldn't go back. Billy
: No, but you didn't say I could, either. You're just trying to make me sweat. Starkeeper
: No. I'm just trying to figure out what good you could do if I let you go back. You know... your daughter's down there. She's unhappy, she needs help. Billy
: My daughter? My baby is a girl? My-my baby's a girl? Starkeeper
: She isn't a baby anymore. She's fifteen years old. Billy
: And she ain't happy, huh? Starkeeper
: No, she ain't, Billy. You know, she's a lot like you. I think maybe that's why you could help her. Billy
: Can I see her from here? Starkeeper
: Sure, you can, if you want to. Billy
: If she ain't happy, I don't want to look. Starkeeper
: Right now, she appears to be having a fine time. There she is, running along the beach there, got her shoes and stockings off. Billy
: Like I used to do, huh? Starkeeper
: Yeah. Do you want to take a look at her? Billy
: What do I have to do to see her? Starkeeper
: Just look, and wait, and the power to see her will come to you.
: To be perfectly honest with you... Starkeeper
: I WOULD be, if I were you. Billy Bigelow
: All right - I didn't mind livin' off her
] Billy Bigelow
: cousin Nettie. It was just having nothin' to do that drove me crazy.