Prelude lyrics

- Steel Pier

Prelude lyrics

Prelude

(In The darkness, we hear the sound of a small plane flying overhead.
Bill is lying on the ground; he wears a pilot's uniform. He picks
himself up and finds a raffle ticket in his hand.)

BILL:
All right, I understand. I've got three weeks. Three weeks.

Scene: The beach in front of the Steel Pier in Atlantic City

MR. WALKER:
All marathon dancers, sign up now at the Steel Pier! Sign up now!

BILL:
Excuse me, miss... do you have a partner yet?

RITA:
Do I! You should see who I'm dancing with.

BILL:
I thought you would. After all, you're
"Lindy's Lovebird."

RITA:
You remember?

MR. WALKER:
Last call for those without partners. Sign up or sign off.

BILL:
Well, I've got to go. I don't have a partner yet.

RITA:
Good luck, Flyboy. You never know who's waiting for you.

BILL:
Or how they'll change your life. (He exits)
Last Update: December, 22nd 2013


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