GH Transcript Friday 12/23/05

General Hospital Transcript Friday 12/23/05

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Courtney: Well. Looks like you're not as drunk as I thought.

Jax: I was trying to get a dial tone. I was going to call a cab so -- I don't want -- you know, I think I should call a cab, but I don't know if the cell phone -- can you get a dial tone with your cell phone? Because this one doesn't --

Courtney: Yeah, I -- I think you better sleep this one off.

Emily: Michael and Morgan have been through so much. They deserve to have a normal Christmas, to open presents and, you know, sing "Jingle Bells" without having to worry about their mother's mental state.

Carly: Wow, you sure had me fooled. But I guess it all makes sense, huh, Emily?

Dr. Kim: Take it easy, Carly.

Carly: Emily's the reason why you wouldn't let me go home for Christmas.

Dr. Kim: No, she's arguing for me to let you go.

Sam: I can't believe you would take Manny’s side.

Alexis: I'm not taking his side, Sam. I'm defending him in a criminal case. There's a big difference.

Sam: But what he did is indefensible! Do you get that?

Alexis: I understand that you feel that way, but there is actual documented medical reasons for his criminal behavior. I can't say the same thing for Sonny.

Sonny: Tell me you're not making excuses for Manny Ruiz.

Sam: Alexis Davis is Manny’s lawyer. She's trying to get him acquitted.

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Courtney: Here you go.

Jax: That's ok, I'm not thirsty.

Courtney: You need to hydrate, Jax. Here. It's what you do when you're overserved.

Jax: You're really good to me, you know that? Just -- why don't you just admit that I'm just an idiot for showing up here all drunk and blurting out my feelings for you?

Courtney: It's fine.

Jax: No, it's really -- it's not fine. I really need to apologize. Let me -- let me apologize, ok? I'm sorry that -- I'm sorry that -- I'm sorry that I -- I put you out like this, ok? I'm sorry that I'm a little drunk. But I'm not sorry that I love you.

Waiter: Merry Christmas, sir.

Justus: How you doing?

Waiter: Are we waiting for someone?

Justus: No.

Waiter: I'm sorry. Would you like a cocktail?

Justus: Double martini, dry, two olives, please.

[Lainey laughs]

Dr. Kim: Carly's behavior proves she's not ready to leave Roselawn. The patient is very volatile and innately reactive.

Carly: I am not!

Emily: Yes, you are, Carly. But she's always been volatile and reactive, doctor. It's a personality trait, not a syndrome.

Carly: Ok, fine, you know what? She's right about that. Doctor, look, I can pretend to be a model patient, and I can give you all the responses you want me to give you, but it's going to be an act. Isn't it much healthier to be open and honest about what I want? I promised my boys that I would be home for Christmas, and I have to keep that promise.

Emily: Dr. Kim, Carly’s a good mother, and her children need her, especially now during Christmas. So, please, just let her go home.

Sonny: Alexis, you have lost your perspective. You would never defend a man who tried to murder your husband twice, who caused a train wreck that almost got you and your daughter killed.

Alexis: He had a prediagnosed brain condition that's been corrected.

Sonny: The man is a wack job and you know it.

Sam: This is over the top even for you, Alexis. Come on.

Alexis: Look, if you'd like to know what I would like to be doing between Christmas and New Year’s, it's not this, ok? I don't have any choice. But you should also know that his actions may not have been premeditated.

Sam: Pre-- not? You weren't there when he shot Jason in the leg to get my attention, when he stalked me in my own home!

Alexis: Clearly, not the actions of a man who's in charge of his faculties.

Sonny: That's bull and you know it!

Alexis: No, it's not.

Sonny: You know it.

Alexis: You know it.

Sonny: Oh, I know it.

Alexis: You know it.

Sonny: I know what?

Alexis: Because not that long ago, didn't your friend have the same problem?

Sam: Oh, do not --

Alexis: He didn't just choose to go from med student to mob assassin.

Sam: No, don't you dare compare Jason and Manny.

Alexis: Sam, you're right.

Sam: Don't do that.

Alexis: You're right. Manny's actions were more psychotic than Jason’s but no less deadly, because taking a life is taking a life. And the bottom line here is that everyone deserves representation -- you, you, and believe it or not, even Manny. I think what he did was horrible. I think the pain that he caused was even worse. But you have to understand I am defending the principle here, not the man.

Sonny: Is that what you have to tell yourself so you can sleep at night?

Sam: This is about Sonny, isn't it?

Alexis: This is about justice, Sam.

Sonny: Justice will be served. Believe me.

Lucas: You know, I love the outfit, Maxie.

Maxie: You of all people should know elfdom is a long and honorable tradition.

Dillon: Did you say "elfdom"?

Alice: Hey, stifle it, you. This is about the joy of Christmas, and don't you forget it!

Lucas: Yes, sir, ma'am.

Georgie: Lucas!

Michael: Hey, dad!

Sonny: Hey.

Alexis: Hey, Merry Christmas. Merry Christmas!

Michael: Did you hear? Santa's supposed to be coming.

Sam: Wow!

Sonny: That's the rumor.

Sam: That's cool.

Sonny: Right?

Sam: Yeah.

Alexis: Even at Christmas he's arbitrary. He's also arrogant, and he's controlling.

Ric: Just try to breathe and remember there are children present.

Alexis: Ok, I will. You know, maybe the only way I'm ever going to get the last word in this world is in court. Smile.

Justus: Excuse me, sir. I'm sorry to intrude, but I couldn't help noticing what a nice time you and the young lady were having.

Man: We've been coming here for years, especially on Christmas Eve. The food's always excellent. I recommend the goose.

Justus: Thanks. I hope you and your date enjoy the rest of your night.

Man: My date? Dear God, she's my daughter.

Justus: I -- I'm sorry. I feel like such a fool.

Lainey: Justus? What are you doing here?

Man: The gentleman was admiring my date.

Lainey: Oh, I should've -- I should've guessed.

Justus: Lainey, I -- seriously, I had no --

Lainey: This is a private dinner.

Man: Excuse me. Who are you?

Lucky: Any small children around?

Elizabeth: The coast is clear.

Lucky: I got --

Elizabeth: Whoa.

Lucky: The very last Speedwheel tricycle in the whole state. I took a shot in the ribs from this grandma but, see, I got that tricycle.

Elizabeth: Oh, you are the best.

Lucky: Well, anything to make my boy feel -- hey, how's he feeling?

Elizabeth: Oh, between the earache and missing the hospital Christmas party, I had to promise him that Santa would make a very special trip just for him. And here you are.

Lucky: You know what? I'll make it up to him. I'll help Cam hang that little stocking, and then I'll read him "'Twas a Night Before Christmas," and once he falls asleep, then I can put the tricycle --

Elizabeth: Honey, you're too late. He couldn't keep his eyes open.

Lucky: You mean he's down for the night?

Elizabeth: I'm sorry.

Lucky: But it's Christmas.

Elizabeth: Oh, don't be disappointed. Maybe you'll get to unwrap something else very special. You're an awfully sexy Santa.

Lucky: Ho-ho-ho-ho.

Bobbie: Hey, Lulu! Let me take your coat.

Lulu: Hey.

Bobbie: We don't want to miss this beautiful outfit. Come on over. We'll fine Georgie and Maxie, and they'll show you the ropes.

Maxie: Merry Christmas.

Children: Thank you.

Maxie: No problem. Well, I'm so glad you decided to join us.

Georgie: Lulu, you're really going to love it.

Lulu: It's not how I imagined spending Christmas Eve.

Georgie: Well, until you get a better offer, please try to enjoy it.

Jason: Hey, man. I'm feeling much better. Thank you very --

Michael: Merry Christmas.

Jason: You, too. Merry Christmas to you.

Sam: We can go whenever you're tired.

Jason: No, no, I'm good.

Sam: All right.

Sonny: Uh, did Emily come with you?

Michael: Well, she said that she had something special to get. Do you think it's for me?

Sonny: I don't know, could be.

Ric: You keep an eye on that door right over there, because that's how Santa enters when there's no fireplace. I was trying, you know?

Patrick: Given your commitment to bedside manner, why aren't you doing time as an elf? You'd look adorable in one of those outfits.

Robin: Oh, well, thank you. I've actually done my time in those pixie boots. But now I get to be a doctor and diagnose you with a full case of raging bull.

Patrick: Oh, come on, now. Where's the holiday spirit?

Children: Santa!

Santa: Merry Christmas, boys and girls! Merry Christmas!

[Cheers]

Santa: Santa's here to make your spirits bright! Ho-ho-ho-ho! Come on, follow me. Come on. Ho-ho-ho-ho!

Patrick: Whose idea was this?

Lainey: It's me, daddy. It's Lainey.

Man: No, no. Lainey's my little girl.

Justus: I'll -- I'll leave you to it. It was a pleasure to meet --

Lainey: You do that, Justus. Daddy, it's Christmas Eve. We were having such a nice time. Do you remember? Why do you do this? Why do you follow me around like I'm some kind of criminal?

Justus: Lainey, that's not what I meant. I thought there was something going --

Lainey: There is something going on. Me and my father are trying to have some semblance of a good holiday.

Justus: Ok, I was out of line, but you were so secretive about --

Lainey: Ok, now you solved the mystery. Good for you. Nothing gets past you. And in case you haven't figured it out yet, it is Alzheimer’s. Congratulations.

Courtney: Look, we -- we did have something really special, Jax. I'll never deny that. I mean, we got together in a time when everything else seemed to be falling apart, you know? And it was fun and romantic and -- and safe in a way. I mean, we were both so burnt out on heartache, and for a while there it was really good. It was, but then we tried to make it something more.

Jax: I -- I loved you for real, and you loved me, too.

Courtney: I thought -- I thought I did. I wanted to.

Jax: Come on, Courtney, remember how you -- how you fought with my mother when she tried to break us up? And how jealous you got with one of my ex-girlfriends when you were divorcing A.J.? You remember? You made me sit down and do a list of every woman that I've ever slept with. And I remember whole days that we'd spend in bed together, where you swore that you never wanted to leave.

Courtney: Jax, we just -- we see things from different perspectives. Let's just agree that we both love this baby, because that's what's important. I promise you I will never, ever shut you out of our child's life.

Jax: I know, I know. You know what? When it's just the two of us like this -- no hidden agendas and no outside influence -- I do believe you.

[Phone rings]

Courtney: Hello?

Nikolas: Merry Christmas.

Courtney: Hey.

Nikolas: Hi.

Courtney: Are you still stuck?

Nikolas: Yeah, I'm just here in a not-too-cozy hotel room, wishing with all my heart that you were right here with me.

Courtney: Well, feeling's mutual.

Nikolas: I left you -- I left you some presents. One of them I want you to open up tonight, ok?

Courtney: Ok, hold on a second.

Nikolas: It's in a blue box, not too large, just under the tree.

Courtney: Uh-huh. Blue, square box. When did you leave this, you sneak?

Nikolas: Well, you know, we Cassadines have a gift for subterfuge. Didn't you know that?

Courtney: Well, shouldn't I wait until morning to open it?

Nikolas: No, no, no, no, it'll ruin the surprise. Promise you'll open it up tonight.

Courtney: All right. Tonight.

Nikolas: Merry Christmas. I love you.

Courtney: I love you, too.

Nikolas: Ok, good night.

Courtney: Good night.

Alan: "In those days, a decree went out from Caesar Augustus that the whole world should be enrolled, each in their own town. And Joseph went up from Galilee to the city of David that is called Bethlehem to be enrolled with Mary, his wife, who was with child, and she gave birth to their firstborn son. She wrapped him in swaddling clothes and laid him in a manger because there was no room for them at the inn. Now, there were shepherds in that region living in the fields and keeping the night watch over their flock. The angel of the Lord appeared to them, and the glory of the Lord shone around them, and they were struck with great fear. The angel said to them, "Fear not, for behold, I bring you tidings of great joy that will be for all people. For today in the city of David, a savior has been born who is Christ the Lord." And that's how we've come to celebrate the joy of Christmas --

Child: Mommy.

Alan: Peace on earth, and goodwill for all of us.

Noah: Well, who's ready for presents? Santa's loaded down with goodies for everybody.

Patrick: He's loaded, all right.

Noah: Whoa, that's for you. All right, what else we got here?

Michael: Excuse me, Santa?

Noah: Yes, what can I do for you, young man? Something special?

Michael: Actually, it's for my brother.

Noah: Really?

Michael: Yeah --

Noah: Well, you can ask me anything you want. I'm quite partial to redheads.

Michael: Well, Morgan wants to know if you can let his mom come home for Christmas.

Noah: Well, I think every mother should spend Christmas with her boy. Wait! Is your mother's name Carly?

Michael: How did you know?

Child: Over there!

Michael: Mom!

Carly: Michael! Oh! Come here.

Michael: Well, I got new ice skates. Emily didn't know if Santa would remember, so she bought them.

Carly: Wow! That is great. How smart is she?

Alan: Hey.

Jason: Hey. I just wanted to, you know, tell you that it's nice how you read the story to the kids.

Alan: Oh, it's a tradition. We don't have too many left.

Jason: I just wanted to wish you both a Merry Christmas.

Alan: Thank you, Jason. Same to you.

Monica: And I am so grateful that you made it through that surgery, and it looks like you're going to be just fine. I think it's going to be a pretty good year.

Patrick: Hey, kids, I'm going to borrow Santa for a second, all right?

Noah: Hey, I'm -- I'm working here.

Patrick: You're drunk.

Noah: What are you doing?

Patrick: You're going to mark these kids for life.

Noah: Oh, you're such a drama queen.

Patrick: Yeah, that's me -- making a whole lot out of nothing. Do me a favor. Get a cab, go home.

Noah: Didn't know you cared.

Robin: Does your father always drink on Christmas?

Patrick: Ever since my mother died.

Alexis: Ooh, look at that. Nice.

Sonny: Just wanted to wish everybody a Merry Christmas.

Alexis: Merry Christmas.

Ric: Thank you, Sonny. You -- you have a good new year, too.

Alexis: Your g-I-f-t is under the t-r-e-e.

Sonny: You going to give your daddy a Christmas hug, huh?

Alexis: Yeah.

Ric: Go ahead, sweetheart.

Alexis: All right.

Sonny: Big -- all right.

Kristina: I love you.

Sonny: I love you, too. Don't you forget that, ok? Ok. And, Ric? I know this is what you always wanted. I'm just -- it's a great thing.

Ric: Yeah, it is.

Elizabeth: Do you want help with that?

Lucky: Yeah, sure.

Elizabeth: You always make it more difficult than it really is. Let me see. Oh, well, you forgot to put a piece in here.

Lucky: Oh, you are so not mechanical.

Elizabeth: I know, but I am so logical. There.

Lucky: Do you think that I married the smartest woman in the world?

Elizabeth: Hmm. I guess that would make you pretty smart yourself.

Lucky: Hmm. You know, it's kind of weird not being at the hospital party.

Elizabeth: Oh.

Lucky: I was there when I was 10, very first one.

Elizabeth: Well, we'll go next year and then you can start up all the traditions you want.

Lucky: What about your family? I mean, what traditions do you want to include?

Elizabeth: I wouldn't do that to the people I love. Every year after thanksgiving my mother would start to decorate, and by the time Christmas rolled around, our house would look like a greeting card. We would have the perfect little velvet bows and all the cinnamon candles, but nothing in our house was ever quite perfect. I mean, it looked exactly the way she wanted it, but she was never fulfilled. Then on Christmas Eve, she'd go to bed with a migraine. We'd all sit there afraid to touch anything because she'd have all these crystal ornaments up with small children around.

Lucky: Why didn't you ever tell me this?

Elizabeth: I don't know. It's her life, not mine. And we get to start all the traditions we want for our children. We'll filter out all that painful stuff and we'll just bring happy memories that they'll be able to cherish, like the ones you have. I want our children to remember Christmas being crazy and spontaneous and just -- just fun, filled with joy and love. You know what? You forgot to put this bolt in the seat. There you go.

Lucky: Whoa. Elizabeth?

Elizabeth: Uh-oh.

Lucky: Yeah -- oh, you know what? We'll just put it in a drawer and figure it out later.

Elizabeth: No, no, no, we can't do that. What if that's the one piece that holds the entire tricycle together? We have to have Cameron safe. I guess -- oh, jeez -- the only thing for us to do is to tear apart the tricycle and start over again.

Lucky: No, whoa, hey, let's not do anything rash here. Just one second. Let's see, this thing -- I think it --

Elizabeth: Oh --

Lucky: That -- right there, right?

Elizabeth: Oh -- you got it? Perfect.

Lucky: Behold. We have a Speedwheel.

Elizabeth: We make a great team.

Sonny: All right. They ready to go?

Carly: Yes --

Sonny: Yep.

Carly: I think they are. You guys, we're going to our new house -- mommy's house.

Michael: Well, can dad come?

Carly: No, not this time, not this time. But give your daddy a hug.

Michael: Ok.

Carly: He'll come get you guys tomorrow. Here.

Sonny: All right. Big hug.

Morgan: I have a little problem with my --

Carly: I'll fix that. Come on, let's get on the elevator and I'll fix it.

Sonny: Bye.

Morgan: Go up -- we need to go up?

Carly: Yep.

Morgan: Do we have to go up?

Jax: Can't I help?

Courtney: No, no, really, that's -- it's all right. I don't usually wait this long, but Nikolas and I were -- anyway, I'll get it right next year.

Jax: Yeah, you know, next year will be our baby's first Christmas -- not that he or she will know exactly what it means. It'll just be a lot of colors and sounds and smells and stuff like that.

Courtney: Yeah.

Jax: Yeah.

Courtney: We can sing the baby carols -- "Silent Night," "A Child is Born."

Jax: There you go.

Courtney: There's nothing like it.

Jax: Yeah, you know what? It's very special, a child's first Christmas. And presents. I was -- I was walking past Mackie’s toys the other day and it took everything I had not to buy the entire place. Only -- only the child's not even born yet.

Courtney: But you don't mean buy all the toys? You mean buy --

Jax: Yeah, no, buy the whole store. What? Hey, I can help with that. I'm tall.

Courtney: Oh.

Jax: Do you want -- do you want it on the top?

Courtney: Yeah. Thanks.

Jax: Here.

Courtney: Careful.

Jax: Right there? Whoa, whoa --

Courtney: Don't knock the tree over --

Jax: Ok, I got it, I got it.

Courtney: Yeah, ha-ha.

Jax: There, perfect. No, it's a little crooked. Maybe it'll straighten up on its own.

Courtney: Yeah.

Jax: Well, you know, I should just probably -- I should go, you know. Yeah.

Courtney: No, Jax, come on. You -- you don't have to.

Lucky: "'Twas the night before Christmas when all through the house not a creature was stirring not even --" Elizabeth?

Elizabeth: Hmm?

Lucky: Hey, are you sleeping?

Elizabeth: No. I'm wide awake. Go on.

Lucky: "Not a creature was stirring, not even a mouse. The stockings were hung by the chimney with care in hopes that --" Hey, if you're too tired --

Elizabeth: I'm just resting my eyes. I love this. Please, go on, honey.

Lucky: "In hopes that Saint Nicholas would soon be there. The children were all nestled snug in their beds --" while their parents were upstairs. The father gently sliding his hands beneath the well-fitted bodice. She smiled with ecstasy and begged for more.

Lucky: You're not so tired now, are you?

Jax: I --

Courtney: Ok, no, you are too drunk to go home, Jax.

Jax: Ok, you know what? That's why I wanted to call a cab.

Courtney: Yeah, if you can find your phone.

Jax: Did you hide my phone? That's very funny. I'll just walk.

Courtney: Oh, oh, yeah. Ok, that's a good idea. That's all right. Why don't you crawl, Jax? I mean, it's only below zero out there.

Jax: I don't mind the cold. I can --

Courtney: Yeah, yeah, well, except for when you -- you decide to stop and rest and you fall asleep, become hypothermic, and then your baby is left fatherless. That's smart.

Jax: That's pretty harsh. What's the alternative?

Courtney: The alternative is you crash here and you sleep it off. And Merry Christmas.

Jax: You're really -- you're too good to me, you know that? You don't mind that your baby's father is a drunken fool, do you?

Courtney: Well, we're all entitled to a moment of weakness. Besides, this baby's a miracle, and if ever there was a time to appreciate that --

Jax: Yeah.

Courtney: Now is.

Jax: Right, that's -- that's all I've been trying to say. What? No way. Oh, my God.

Lainey: Merry Christmas, daddy. And I'm going to come and visit you tomorrow, ok?

Man: You can't come tomorrow. My daughter's coming -- my Lainey. She won't like you.

Lainey: Oh. Ok. Well, then, Lainey will come without me. All right?  Oh, God. You just don't give up, do you? If I wanted you to be a part of this, I would have asked you.

Justus: Look, there's something I need to say to you, Lainey. I'm sorry. I'm really, deeply sorry. If I could say it in nine or 10 different languages, I would.

Lainey: I don't want your pity.

Justus: No, that's not what I mean. I'm sorry I followed you, I'm sorry I didn't mind my own business. And I'm sorry you have this -- this whole situation to deal with.

Lainey: My father is a brilliant lawyer. You know, people say that all the time -- "brilliant lawyer" -- but in his case it's true. Roger Winters -- my daddy. That's my big secret.

Justus: That's nothing to be ashamed of.

Lainey: I'm not ashamed of him. Listen, my daddy is a very proud man and I'm very proud of him. He'd be mortified if anybody knew about this, and it's my job to protect him. Lately my dad's had more bad days than good. All those dates I canceled -- it's because of the bad days. Christmas was always our best time, and I was just hoping for one tiny miracle, that tonight -- oh, God, just for one night I would get my father back.

Noah: You should have stayed at the party.

Patrick: It was winding down.

Noah: I don't blame you for hating me. You were smart, though. You figured out how to get on with your life. I'm proud of you for all of it. Your mom would have been proud, too.

Patrick: I remember one Christmas Eve. We were just about to start opening presents and you got called to surgery. Kid with a tumor or something. You remember?

Noah: After a while, all the tumors start to look alike.

Patrick: Mom said we couldn't open presents until you got home. I was -- I was so angry. How could you go take care of someone else's kid and ruin my Christmas?

Noah: Selfish bastard that I am.

Patrick: I waited up for you, but you never made it home that night. When mom was putting me to bed, she said I shouldn't be angry, that I needed to be proud because my father was able to save someone else's life.

Patrick: Took me a while to get it.

Carly: What do you think?

Michael: Well, it's great! It's better than your apartment.

Carly: Yeah.

Michael: Yeah, but Aunt Courtney forgot to put in a Christmas tree.

Carly: Yeah, I know. But you know, it was touch and go for a while there, and we just weren't sure if I was going to be able to come home for Christmas, you know?

Michael: Yeah, well, dad has a tree at his house.

Carly: Yeah. But, you know, a tree is just a tree. You know what's important to me?

Michael: What?

Carly: And what's in my heart right here?

Michael: What?

Carly: Is spending time with my boys. That's what Christmas is to me, Michael, and knowing that I never have to be apart from you on a Christmas ever, ever, ever again.

[Knock on door]

Man: Special delivery.

Carly: Special delivery?

Michael: What?

Carly: Who's this?

Michael: Oh -- Max brought the tree from dad’s.

Max: Uh-huh.

Carly: He what?

Max: Ha-ha. Got a pile of presents in the car, too.

Michael: Oh, man.

Max: Yep.

Carly: Oh!

Max: Your dad said to make sure it felt like Christmas in your new home. Whoa -- a heavy bugger. Whoo.

Carly: Thank you.

Max: All right, guys, let's set this up.

Carly: Ok.

[Carly laughs]

Max: All right, help me put those extra bulbs on here, figure out where we can plug this bad boy in. All right.

Emily: Sonny?

Sonny: Hey. I didn't -- I didn't know anybody was here.

Emily: Yeah, since Carly’s home, the boys don't need me here for Christmas.

Sonny: Christmas at the Q's?

Emily: Yeah -- dysfunctional but cheerful, yeah. They mean well.

Sonny: Right.

Emily: I -- I have something for you. It's not much, but I hoped it would make your Christmas a little bit brighter.

Sonny: Ok.

Sam: Look. Santa was here.

Jason: Come on, what -- what did you get me?

Sam: Me? No, not me, not me at all. Santa got you some body butter --

Jason: Oh, don't even say that.

Sam: Yummy. A loofah.

Jason: Ok, see that --

Sam: That we can put over on your head --

Jason: See that doesn't -- no, that doesn't work anymore, ok? I don't do the bubble bath thing.

Sam: You know what? You're going to have to agree to at least one a week with me. That's my Christmas present. Please. And look what I found -- the doctor has signed off. One-day pass out of this hospital room.

Jason: Well, let me see that.

Sam: So, where do you suppose we should go?

Singer: Said the night wind to the little lamb "Do you see what I see? Way up in the sky, little lamb do you see what I see? A star, a star dancing in the night with a tail as big as a kite with a tail as big as a kite." Said the little lamb to the shepherd boy "Do you hear what I hear?"

Singers: "Do you hear what I hear?"

Singer: "Ringing through the sky, shepherd boy do you hear what I hear?"

Singers: "Do you hear what I hear?"

Singer: "A song, a song high above the tree with a voice as big as the sea with a voice as big as the sea"

Singer: Said the shepherd boy to the mighty king said the king to the people everywhere "Listen to what I say"

Singers: "What I say listen to what I say"

Singer: "Pray for peace people everywhere listen to what I say"

Singers: "What I say listen to what I say"

Singer: "A child, a child sleeping in the night he will bring us goodness and light he will bring us goodness and light"

>> On the next "General Hospital" --

Ric: My wife is defending you. Don't make her or me regret it.

Courtney: What makes you think I'm staying in the loft after the baby's born?

Patrick: Why is it you don't have a social life?

Jason: I would hate for you and Sonny to start something.

Sonny: Nice place.

Carly: Still getting unpacked.

Sonny: Don't bother. You're not staying.

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