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Horse Jockey Style You can never leave me now Bill, never. Even if you go away, I’ve got you now. No matter where you go or what you do, I’ve got you Bill. You’re permanent! Here.. it looks alright. I was just over the shack. Flossy told me I’d find you here. I had to do the shopping for tomorrow’s supper. Whose supper? Yours. How’d you know I’d be here? In case you are. Suppose I don’t show up tomorrow? Tomorrow or ever? Well I.. I guess I’d just be lonesome like I was before I met you. But it won’t be the same exactly. You see, I’ve got something to look forward too now. Yeah, I’ll say you have. I’ll never be lonesome when my son comes. How’d you know it was going to be a son? I prayed for a son. I thought you didn’t believe in that kind of stuff. Sure I did! You told me you didn’t. I lied. I was afraid you’d be sore at me. I guess you’re sore now though, ain’t you? Why should I be, it’s your funeral. Sure, it’s my funeral. But I’m going to stand on my own two feet now. I’m going to bring my son into the world and take care of him and love him always. I suppose as far as I’m concerned.. You too, always. That goes without saying. But you’re a free man Bill. As free as a bird, remember that. I’ll remember it. Whom God have joined together, let no man put asunder. That’s it I guess. It would have looked better Ira, if you wasn’t packing that heat. Oh.. I’m sorry. I was on my way to work when Bill came and asked me to perform the ceremony. Of course it ain’t a church, but the words are the same, no matter who says them. And in the eyes of God, you’re man.. and.. wife. Man.. and.. wife. Thank you for the dress, Ira. I’ll bring it back in the morning. No Trina, you keep it. You look just like Susan looked when she wore that dress.. forty years ago. It’s.. laid in my trunk a long time. I guess it ain’t much use now, it’s so oldfashioned, but.. It.. sort of suits you Trina. We’ll call it a wedding present. Well, I’ve got to go now. Hey, come on, come on, come on! Get up Bragg. What is it? Now listen. I got to scram out of here right away, see.