High school senior Lloyd Dobler wants nothing more than to go out with beautiful and intelligent Diane Court. Lloyd attempts to win her heart over the objections of her over-protective father before Diane leaves for a scholarship in England. Written by
Scott Renshaw <firstname.lastname@example.org>
She's got every thing going for her. He's going for her with every thing he's got.
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When Lloyd first calls Diane, he gives 555-1342 as his phone number. But when Diane reads the message taken by her father, the number is 555-2342. Even though she has the wrong number written down, it still works. See more
[leaving the last of a series of messages on Diane's answering machine
"Maybe I didn't really know you. Maybe you were just a mirage. Maybe the world is full of food and sex and spectacle and we're all just hurling towards an apocalypse, in which case it's not your fault. I'm been thinking about all these things and... you're probably standing there monitoring. And one more thing - about the letter. Nuke it. Flame it. Destroy it. - It hurts me to know it's out there. Later."
Referenced in Bottle Up
Rikki Don't Lose That Number
Written by Walter Becker
and Donald Fagen
Produced by Gary Katz
Performed by Steely Dan
Courtesy of MCA Records See more