(man coughing) Get ready for yard! (prisoner yelling) Get ready for yard! Fuck you! What’s his name again? Fabrizio. He’s some kind of tough guy, man. Ready for yard, gentlemen. (bell rings) Gangway! (upbeat music) Yard line.
(indistinct chatters) Come on, let’s bail out. Gangway! Move it! Move out! (upbeat music) (prisoner yelling) (indistinct chatters) (prisoners laughing) Go in and out, man! In and out! I ain’t even sweating you, man! Fuck ’em up, man! Come on, feed me, man! Fuck you! Always good! You’re just a little punk, baby.
(ominous music) The morning it all began, began like any other morning. (kids chattering) (Bernie barking) Oh! Oh, Bernie. Dad, I need lunch money and a note for gym. And you promised to help me with my book report, remember? (indistinct TV chatter) The author devotes a lot of time to developing the characters, and he seduces the reader by- Seduces? Yeah, he draws you in, you know? You wanna know how it ends.
But I already knew how it ended. OK, so write it was predictable. No, Dad, I mean I’ve seen the movie. Oh. Right. Come on, you got to eat. Cant you think of another word? Intrigues. Intrigues. Thanks, Mom.
You’re much smarter than Dad, you know that? Yes, God help us if he finds out. Well, if mom’s so smart, maybe she should help you with your book report. See what I mean? I have a meeting, Dee. Yeah, I have meetings too.
Amy, your book report, your call. Me or him? I choose option C where you two get me a tutor. Yep. We’ve been through this. Oh, jeez. Where is it? It’s over there. It’s the hospital. Yep? Is this Mr. Schine? Speaking.
I need to know if Amy’s levels have changed. No. No, the levels are the same. We need the latest results. Yep. (indistinct) Ill fax it over when I get to work. Thanks. You going to the ATM? Who wants to live forever, right? Amy, the doctor said you have to stay positive.
At least it’s not going up. It’s not going down, either, though. Positive. Amy, your bus will be here soon. Bye. (Bernie barking) Bernie, you stay here. You used to kiss each other goodbye in the mornings.
Shut up. Come on. The author intrigues the reader by twisting the narrative so you never know what’s coming next. How’s that? It’s all right. (chuckles) (soft music) The train on platform two is the 7.
50 Red Line service to Chicago Central. Calling at Central Street, Davis Street, Main Street, Rogers Park, Ravenswood, Clyburn and Chicago Central. (indistinct chatter) Ticket. Oh, shit. I meant to get one at the station.
$9. Oh, gee, this is embarrassing. And it’s only Monday. My wife, she emptied my wallet when she left for work this morning. Oh, so it’s the wife’s fault, is it? Yeah. I’m just trying to explain. Look, it’s $9.
Pay up or get off at the next stop. It’s that simple. Ill pay for him. What? No, no. You don’t have to do that. Don’t worry about it. One lucky guy. No, really, it’s my fault. It’s all right. I paid, didn’t I? Here you go, thank you very much.
Thank you. Just so you know, it wasn’t an act or anything. It was a shameless act, and I’m a born sucker. Just drop it. I don’t want you to think- Okay. I don’t. I mean, there’s an ATM at Union if you’re getting off there.
Tomorrow is fine. Of course, there is a ten percent interest charge overnight. Interest charge? Plus the handling fee. Ouch. Never met a woman loan shark before. You break legs too? Just balls. Oh. You’re a lawyer.
I’m a financial advisor. I cheat clients. I’m a commercial executive. I con housewives. Where do you work? JMD/March, it’s a midsize place. We’ve got some semi -decent accounts. You? Avery Price. It’s a big place.
We don’t do semi -decent accounts. This your usual train? Why? So Ill know how to pay you back. It’s $9. I think Ill survive. No, I gotta give it back. I’d feel ethically impugned if I didn’t. Impugned? Well, I wouldn’t want you to feel impugned.
If you wanna. (train bell ringing) (indistinct chatter) So if you take the same train tomorrow, Ill pay you back. It’s a date. (upbeat music) Definitely won’t put a margin- Morning. Hey. What up, Chaz? Oh, yo, I got a good one for you.
Seven players, 40 -plus home runs, with 11 letters in their last names? Yastrzemski. Yastrzemski. You got to spell that for me. Morning, Charles. Y-A-S-T-R-Z-E-M-S-K-I. Barry, I need a cash check. How much and what for? 12,000, location fits to the Amerispend One shoot.
Don’t forget to sign the receipt this time. For you, Barry, Ill sign it in blood. Heard that. OK, that’s one, I need six more. Petrocelli. Petrocelli? Oh, Charles, Eliot’s looking for you. P-E-T-R-O..
. Oh, come on, yo. That’s only ten letters. What else you got? Come on, Charles, you got ’em all last week, yo, and I need this. Oh, gee. All right, Winston, any of these guys National Leaguers? I thought it was Major League or Minor League.
What’s the National League? Well, you don’t follow baseball? No, man, hockey’s my game. More gore, less bore, baby. So where’d you get the questions from? Well, this cop I know gives ’em to me. Well, actually, he’s like my uncle.
He’s obsessed with this shit, yo. Loves challenging me. Said if I get it right, I get 100 bucks, and you know I got to make that money, man. Wait a minute, you don’t know the answers? No. Duh. That’s why I come to you, Charles.
Where you been? You’re late. Come on! Sorry. This is not a lady who likes to wait, you know. Susan. Charles. Hi. I guess you’re here to raise our commission? We have some issues. We feel like no matter how much we talk to you, we just don’t get heard by you people.
This last commercial is a case in point. We agreed on a strategy. We signed off on it. Then what happened? You went off in all these other directions. The cut you sent us, it’s nothing like how we said it should be.
Look, Susan, the directions I took were… You know, I’ve been doing this for ten years, okay? I’m sorry. Ill do it however it is you want it done. The time for apologies is over. What we need now is change.
You don’t want me on the account? Susan appreciates all you’ve done. You have different visions. (telephone ringing) (telephone ringing) You might have backed me up in there. Backed you up! Susan Davis is a $130 million client.
She’s a bitch. She’s the worst kind of bitch. She actually has a point. You’re in a rut, my friend, and you know it. Forget Susan Davis. Get a new account, get back on your feet, get back to what you do best.
Goddamn it. Talk to me, tell me what’s going on, maybe I can help. Impugned. That’s a word, isn’t it? (upbeat music) (Bernie barking) Shut up, Bernie. I live here. Amy, please! Bernie, cut it out. You’re late.
Sorry. How was work? Work was fine. You? Guess who’s decided to monitor me this week? Ethan Jeffries. Oh, the asshole. He always throws a fit when I stray from the lesson plan. There’s a lot of that going around.
So, what did I do? Handed out an English composition in the math hour today. He chew you out in front of the kids? The title for the composition was “Why We Like Principal Jeffries.” (horn honking) Jerry called, there’s a message on the machine.
Where are you going? I have a PTA meeting. It’s been on the calendar for six weeks. Right. Amy needs to be quizzed for her history test, and Bernie needs to pee. (Bernie growling) Name the act that banned alcohol.
Volstead Act. What year? 1919. Huh? 1919. Yeah. Do you think we can turn this down a notch below deafening? (rock music) Amy! Okay. (machine beeping) How long? (rock music) How long did Prohibition last? 14 years.
♪ Oh attorney ♪ ♪ So be my case ♪ (gentle music) (Charles crying) (train roaring) (crossroad bell ringing) Pay up, buster. Hey. I looked for you. Yeah, right. Gimme my money. Really, I did. Is that your daughter? Yeah.
Amy. Oh. Mine’s a few years younger. What’s her name? Amber. Oh, she’s adorable. Yeah. They make it all worth it, don’t they? Nice briefcase. It was a gift from my wife. Oh, jeez. Guess I should get one for my husband, huh? “If lost, please return to Charles Christopher Schine.
” Charles Christopher Schine. Isn’t Schine a Jewish name? Rabbinically. Christopher Schine? My mom was Catholic. I got all kinds of guilt. Oh, how’s that workin’ out for you? Fine. I had a lot of therapy when I was a kid.
You’re kinda funny, aren’t you? You’re an easy crowd. What’s your name? Lucinda. Lucinda Harris. So we came here when I was little, just me and my mom. We were only gonna stay a year. How about you? Oh, all over.
I was an Army brat. I grew up everywhere and nowhere. You know, my address changed every six months, and so did my best friend. But, then again, I got to change too. You know, if I screwed up in Fort Hood, Texas, they didn’t have to know about it in Saratoga, New York.
You know, I could just be this whole other person. That happen a lot? You screwing up? Yeah. I was the consummate rebel against authority. Oh, is that what you called it? No, that’s what my parents called it.
I called it gettin’ lit. But then I got my act together when I got out of school, and Dad really wanted a lawyer. And he settled for a banker. The next stop is Chicago Union Station. This is the end of the Red Line.
All passengers, please disembark at this time. Thank you. Busy day? Oh, in finance, every day is a busy day. Oh, I bet you’re getting a lot of angry calls with an economy like this. Well, if you consider death threats angry.
Tell me about it. Clients, they love you when times are good, but- No, no, no, when times are good, you never make them enough money. There’s always some cousin or brother or grandmother whose stock split 64 ways, and why can’t you sell ’em one of those, like I got some crystal ball or something.
Tell me about it. I just got fired off my biggest account. My boss didn’t even warn me. Supposed to be a good friend of mine. That bastard. Do you want me to yell at him for you? Come on, give me his number, Ill crank-call him.
Some people just don’t know how to appreciate what they’ve got. (upbeat music) (horns honking) (suspenseful music) Morning, Charles. Yes, sir. (Winston whistling) What up, Chaz? Hey. Dude you all right? You look a little sick in the face, man like you got the bug or some’.
No. Hey, it ain’t contagious, is it? It’s nothing. Yeah, that’s what Dick Lembergh said. Who’s Dick Lembergh? Ain’t nobody now, that motherfucker dead. Winston. Come here. Let me ask you something. This about the computers? No, no.
No, because you know, I really appreciate what you did for me and everything. Forget about it, buy me a beer sometime, okay? This is something else. All right, go ahead shoot for it. Say you went to the movies, but you forgot your money, and someone offered to buy your ticket for you.
In Chicago? Yeah, I’m just saying, hypothetically. It’s only right to talk to them, isn’t it? I mean, thank them. Show you appreciate it somehow, right? This full price or matinee, because that’s the difference between five or 10 bucks, man.
You know what? Never mind. Hey, yo. I asked that cop about those questions, and three other players were National League. Yeah, I’m still working on that. So I need those answers by tomorrow to get that mulla, baby.
We’re cool about the computers? Yes, Winston, we’re cool. Chaz. We’re cool about the computers, right? (chuckles) (phone dialing) Avery Price. Lucinda. You mean Lucinda Harris? Yeah. Could you tell her it’s Charles Schine? Ill put you through to her office.
(dialing) Charles. Hey. We have this beautiful house in Lake Forest, just the kind of house I dreamed about as a kid. What’s your husband do? He golfs. For a living? He wishes. No, he’s a broker. We met at Stanford.
He’s up at 3:00 a.m. so he can be in the offices when London opens. We also have an apartment in the city and he stays there during the week to avoid the commute, and of course, the weekends are for golf.
So when do you see each other? The usual’s. Birthdays, Christmases. We communicate mainly via Hallmark. But hey, I have a beautiful, wonderful baby girl, so there. (beeping) (thumping) (alarm ringing) (intense music) (machine beeping) (Amy gasping) Deanna! Amy.
Amy! Can you hear me? Can you hear me, sweetheart? Breathe. Breathe, Amy. Breathe. There you go. Daddy’s here. It’s okay. Everything’s okay. Daddy’s here. There you go. There you go, sweetheart. Stay with me.
Oh, well done. There you go. It’s okay, sweetheart. It’s okay. Amy, there you go. It’s all right, baby. There you go. Diabetes? Type 1, worst kind. We took out a second mortgage on the house to get her one of those mobile dialysis machines so she doesn’t have to go to the hospital every day.
Cant they, Cant they give her a new kidney? They have three times. Her body keeps rejecting them. There’s this new anti -rejection drug coming out, supposed to be amazing. Has to be approved, but they say it’s got a 99% rate of success in the tests so far.
Expensive? Like you wouldn’t believe. And, of course, insurance won’t cover it. Sure. Probably cheaper to let her suffer, right? We’re okay. We’ve been saving for years. So now we just sit around and wait for the call.
(phone ringing) Hi. Amy, don’t let Bernie out. (Bernie barking) Hey. You home? Yeah, just now, what’s wrong? I just got out of Eliot’s office. He slammed me with some big new account. I’m gonna be home late, so don’t wait up.
All right. Charles, how come you’re calling from your cell phone? Amy, your bag’s in the back, honey. I don’t know. I’m just down the hall and wanted to let you know as soon as possible. Thanks. I’m sorry, it’s been kind of hectic lately.
I gotta go. Do you wanna hang out tomorrow? All right, see ya. Bye. Sure, yeah. All right, honey. (Deanna sighs) (Bernie barking) (upbeat music) (indistinct chatter) Excuse me. Same again? Oh, I’m drinking you under the bar, mister.
Really? Yeah. And I bet I can do it in three drinks. You like to gamble? Oh, it’s not really gambling when you never lose. I got a bet. Really? Ill bet you $20 that I can kiss you without ever touching your lips.
Kiss me? Without touching. How? What do you mean, how? That’s the bet. Okay, let me see the 20. (upbeat music) (indistinct chatters) Worth every penny. What are we doing? I’ve never done this before. Me neither.
All the years I’ve been married, never lied to my husband. Not once. Bartender! Johnny Walker Black Label, no ice, please. Excuse us, please. Oh, there she is. Hello, beautiful. Can I buy you a drink? I have a drink.
Can I buy you the bar then? Do yourself a favor, buy a better line. Excuse me, we’re talking here. No, buddy, we were talking, you were just… I don’t know, you were just standing looking like a fag.
Okay, Charles- Yeah, Charles, you run along. The lady and I are gonna get acquainted. Where you goin’? Get your hands off me. Fine. Relax. You stupid whore. (glass breaking) Take it easy, buddy. Can we get some ice, please? (indistinct chatter) Taxi! Taxi! (upbeat music) (horns honking) That one? No.
No, my husband meets clients there. Hey, how about that one? You okay? Yeah. Stop the cab, please. Sure, lady. I can’t, Charles, I’m sorry. Keep the change. Thanks, buddy. Good luck with her. I know, I know.
(indistinct chatter) How much for a room? $46. You want to use the hotel safe? It’s an extra ten. No, just the room, please. It’s that way. (elevator bell dings) 45 minutes waiting for you to come upstairs.
I was stressed. I had a drink. What do you mean, stressed, a drink? What about me? What about me? (indistinct) Just shut the fuck up! What is wrong with you? I won’t shut the fuck up. It is three o’clock in the morning.
(indistinct) (siren wailing) Beautiful. (ominous music) So, what do you think? You wanna stay, or you wanna go? I don’t know. I think… I think I wanna fuck you. (upbeat music) (gun cocks) You make one sound, Ill blow your fucking heads apart.
Shh! Always chain your door in a place like this. But, hey, thanks for the invite. Ill give you all my money. No sound means you shut the fuck up. Please don’t hurt him. You get that? Give me your fucking wallets now.
Come on, give me your wallet. Come on, come on. This doesn’t look like her, Charlie. That stupid fuck doesn’t look like you, neither. Lucinda. You two fucking around, huh? Slumming it, ain’t ya? You’re fucking slumming it, you piece of shit.
Isn’t that exciting? Please, just take the money. Chuck, I already took your money. You see this? This was your money, and I took it, now it’s mine. I promise we won’t go to the police. I know you won’t ’cause you look like a nice guy.
Ain’t you a nice guy? You look nice to me. She looks kinda nice too. Are you nice? Lucinda. Oh! No! Let her go, please. Come on, come on. Please. How can I let her go, such a fine piece of ass like that? Look at that.
Me and fucking Lucinda, we gotta do a lot of things together. All kinds of shit. Oh, man. I could make you scream, you know? Is she better than your wife at home? (chuckles) Look at that. (Charles groans) What’d you say, Charlie? I can fuck her? Well, thanks.
Charlie, I knew you were a nice guy. Whoa! Where you going, Lucinda? You gonna take it from him, or you gonna go for a whole lot more? (intense music) (indistinct) Shh! Check this out, Charlie. Championship fucking, right here.
Twelve rounder. No. (Lucinda screams) Oh, please. Shut up! Yeah, you don’t wanna miss this. No! (indistinct) Please. No, please. Please. (Lucinda screaming) Hey, Chuck, fuck her like that. Come on, Chuck.
Don’t fail me, man. Round four coming up. No, stop, please! Ill take you to a hospital. I’m so sorry. Ill call the police. No, no. We gotta give a description. Stop, stop it. No. The police are gonna wanna know what we were doing here.
So we tell them. We have to. Can’t. Oh, my God, my family. Well, what do you want me to do? Tell me what to do. I just want you to get me out of here. (somber music) (showering) (Lucinda coughing) (ominous music) (indistinct) (horn honking) (man shouting) (indistinct chatter) (telephone ringing) Holy shit, Chaz.
Oh, my God! Looks like you got hit by a train, man. I’m okay. I’m fine. I just had a little accident. What the hell happened? I got mugged. Jesus. I’ve just been to the hospital, the doctor said I’m good.
No permanent damage. You get a look at this guy, Chaz? No. You call the police? They’re gonna call me if my wallet turns up. Maybe you oughta go home. Did you call Deanna? Yeah. There’s just a couple of things I gotta do.
I cancel my credit cards. Call the DMV. Charles. Don’t be stupid. Go home. Okay? Goddamn city. I hate it. I work in the city, Dee. I cant just quit my job. What would I do? You could teach again. You used to be a great teacher.
My job is what allows us to save for Amy’s drugs. How do we do that on a pair of teachers’ salaries? We could sell the house. We’ve already got two mortgages on the house. Selling it doesn’t do us any good.
Mom? Yeah. Hi, sweetie. (phone ringing) Deanna, can you get that? Dee! Excuse me. Just give me a minute! (phone continues ringing) Yeah. Hey, Charlie. Charlie, can you hear me? What do you want? How did- Well, how’s your busted nose? Still hurtin’? Why are you calling me? You know, just checking out if you were keeping your promise about the police and all.
‘Cause after all, a promise is a promise, huh? Hello? I got it Dee. It’s business. A business call. Honey, for God’s sake. Excuse me, who’s this? Well, this is Mr. LaRoche. Mr. LaRoche, my husband’s had a rough day.
Can this wait? What happened? He was mugged. Mugged, Charles, I had no idea. Please, I’m sorry. Why didn’t you tell me so? Honey, can you hang up, please? Okay, hon. So you haven’t told her, huh? Have you? You haven’t told your wife you’re fucking Lucinda.
You listen to me, you fucking asshole! You go near her again, I swear to God- I need a loan, Charlie. I really hate to ask, but I’m a little short, and since you canceled your credit cards, well, you know what? I need 20,000.
That’s ridiculous. I don’t have 20,000. Charlie, Charlie, Charlie, you’re a big fucking executive. I don’t have that kind of cash just lying around. Yeah, yeah, yeah. Hey, man, I just don’t give a shit about your cash flow.
I want 20,000 now, you hear me? Okay, okay, Ill get it. What’ll you get? I wanna hear it because, you know, My English is not very good. Ill get you the 20,000. Okay, well, thank you, Charlie. Corner of Western and Parkway, noon, Friday.
Don’t ever call me at home again- Au revoir, Charlie. (line hangs up) (horn honking) (indistinct chatter) Hey. You okay? I haven’t seen you on the train all week. I’ve called in sick the whole week. I can’t eat, I can’t sleep.
So he called you. I think we should go to the police. No! No, Charles, you’re not understanding me. If my husband finds out that I had an affair, he will file for divorce. He will do anything. What do you mean? He’ll take my daughter.
Really? Yes. You don’t know him, he’s not like you. Now this is all I can spare without my husband noticing. No, no, no, no way. No, Ill take care of it. I just wanted to make sure you’re okay. I don’t think we should see each other anymore.
I’m sorry. Hey. I want to see you. I can’t, Charles. I’m sorry, I can’t. What? (suspenseful music) (machine beeping) (upbeat music) (indistinct chatter) Where you goin’? Hey. Come on, we’re talking to you.
Goddamn dog. Fuck you don’t watch where you goin’? Sorry. Sorry don’t pay the bills, white boy. Sorry don’t stop world wars or feed the poor. As far as I’m concerned, sorry’s for shit. I’m sorry, I didn’t see you.
Charlie, is it? Your name Charlie? Yeah. Call you Chuck? ♪ Chuck, Chuck, bo buck ♪ ♪ Banana fana fo fuck ♪ Where’s LaRoche? Ill take you to him. Fuck you think I’m here for, the conversation? Look, why don’t I just give you the money? Hey, you’re not giving me shit, you understand? You gotta see Frenchie.
Up against the wall, and don’t fucking move! So you write commercials, huh? Yeah. I made this demo for this coffee commercial this one time. It was a fine piece of music. Really? Yeah. What’d they say? They said people who drink coffee don’t like rap.
That’s ridiculous. That’s what I said. So if I get somethin’ to you, you give it a listen, see what you can do with it? Yeah. Sure. Huh. Hey. Charlie. Man, you look like shit. Nice briefcase, though. Well.
.. Thanks, Charlie. (Charles groans) That’s for canceling your credit cards. It is a nice briefcase. It is a nice briefcase. Keep your head up, homey. (telephone ringing) I don’t often go into the city.
But when I do, I find comfort in the knowledge that my Amerispend One card, Ameris, Amerispend One card. Shit. I, I, What’s- Susan Davis calls this retro avant-garde. I think it’s more retro avant-crap.
Eliot, I’m in trouble. What kind of trouble? I cheated on Deanna. You never cheated before? No. Everybody cheats, Charles. And you know what? Everybody gets over it. No, this is different. Everybody says it’s different too.
Don’t worry, you’ll be fine. There’s this man- I don’t want to know who it was with. Look, buy Deanna some flowers. Talk it over with her. Try not to get caught next time. Now, for God’s sake, will you help me fix this piece of crap? I don’t often go into the city.
You think I should? Yeah. (soft music) (Winston whistle) Chaz. What up, yo? Hey. Man, welcome back. How long has it been? High school. Since high school. Man, the best three years of my life, man. All the pussy you could imagine, 4.
0 GPA, everything good till they locked my ass away. What were you in for? Me? I was what they call a recreational drug user. And that’s it? I was also a recreational drug distributor. You know, a little H, some dope, digi.
So how was it? Man, nothin’ but the best. I sold a pure commodity at a fair market price. No. Prison. Prison’s like walkin’ a tightrope. You try not to get involved. Actin’ like you’re blind 24 hours a day.
This shit takes a shitload of concentration. I mean, when I first got in that joint, man, I was prime meat. I was what they call unaffiliated. So, what’d you do? I got affiliated. I had to stick a shank up in some kid.
What, you killed him? Your back is up against the wall, and it’s you or him, you gotta do what you gotta do. (phone ringing) Yeah, this is Charles. You ever get a little sidetracked, Charlie? I need another loan, Charlie.
Now listen. Listen to me. I’ve got no more money for you. Okay. Okay, man, you win. You want me to leave you alone, Ill leave you alone. No problemo. For $100,000, though. Fuck you. You ain’t that smart.
Anybody ever told you that? How’d you get this number? That’s it. Keep thinking like that. How did I get your cell number? It isn’t listed, is it? You called my wife. No. Guess again. Okay, Ill give you a clue.
On this phone, it’s speed dial number eight. Hospital one, doctor two. You’re number eight. (LaRoche laughs) You don’t even rate in the top five. How does that feel, Charlie? (intense music) Oh, Jesus! (Charlie panting) (suspenseful intense music) (Bernie barking) Hey! Here’s my man.
You okay? You look like you ran a marathon. What? What did you say to him on the phone? Well, in our business one has to know how to light a fire under people. It’s the best way to get things done. Do you not agree, Charles? What’s going on here? Mr.
LaRoche needs you to sign off on that thing he called about, remeber. Oh, gosh. Did you think I would not come? No, I thought you got the message. I’m sorry, I’m confused. But you look so out of shape, Charles.
Please do sit down and catch your breath for a second. Ill pour coffee. Deanna, you don’t know how many times I told him to join my tennis club. Your what? You know Charles. He prefers to follow sports, not play them.
But one has to keep fit in today’s world ’cause you never know when you’ll need to be at your fighting best. Please. He’s right. You might have been able to outrun that mugger. Oh, well, from what Charles told me, that thug had a jump on him from the very start.
This is crazy. You never had a chance, did you? Oh, I’m gonna get him back. You’re not getting anyone back. You have a family. You’re so right, Deanna, so right. You wanna protect your family ’cause at the end of the day, this is the most important thing in the whole world.
Mom, have you seen my sketchbook? Get back upstairs, Amy. Go do your homework. Charles! Amy, this is Mr. LaRoche. He works with your father. Come here, beauty. (speaking French) It means, like a little stone that’s rolling down the river.
So cute. May I kiss you? You know, we were looking at your drawings. They’re lovely. Truly beautiful. Thank you. Such a talent. You know, when I first came to this beautiful country, I spent quite a lot of time in New York.
And if you allow me, of course, I could show these to some very prominent art dealers. That sounds great. How about we go sign off on this contract? Oh, yes, business is business, of course. Bye-bye. Bye.
Whoop! She’s so cute. Ill be up soon, honey. How old is she? You get the fUck out of my house. What did you say? Get out. I beg your pardon. (intense music) Fuck. What’d you say? (Charles gasping) Ooh.
You don’t like that, huh? You upper-crust motherfucker. Huh? You got it all, and yet you’re ready to fUck it up for just a bit of pussy? Fuck. Shh, shh, shh, shh. A hundred A hundred thousand dollars, and I just might give you back your balls, bitch.
You hear me? Say it, okay? Okay? Yeah, nice boy. Okay. Okay. Well, au revoir. Thanks for having me. Au revoir. Ill see you soon. Bye. He seems like a lovely guy. So why didn’t you call me when this whole thing began? I mean, I’m supposed to be your first call, Charles.
I don’t need a lecture, Jerry. I need to know my options. Look, she’s gotta come forward. I told you, she can’t do that. We need a statement on the record. Jerry, he was in my house. With my family. Right, he didn’t break in.
He didn’t touch them. He didn’t threaten them. Jerry, he broke my nose. Okay, show me the police report. Did you go to the police when you got beat? So. So you’ve done nothing about this for six weeks, and now suddenly you want me to file a complaint? You’ve got to get her to come forward.
Anything else is just pissing in the wind. What are you doing here? I spoke to my lawyer. We have to go to the police. We can’t go to the police. Listen to me. We didn’t sleep together. It’s the same thing.
Just because we didn’t fuck doesn’t mean we didn’t cross the line. We went to the hotel. We started to do it. And we didn’t stop out of the conscience of our hearts. Exactly. We were attacked. I had an abortion, Charles.
What? Why didn’t you tell me? I could have helped. I could have done something. Done what, Charles? What could you have done? Oh! Snap his back, man! Smack him! Referee, that’s a penalty! Sorry, you know I get zoned to this hockey shit, Chaz, man.
Okay, I’m listening. So, what do you think I should do? Shit, I don’t know, man. But you see how it works, though, right? He lures you in with 20 grand. Folks like you could pull together 20 grand if you had to, right? You think, 20 grand, bong, and he’s gone, right? Nah.
It’s not about that. First he wanna see if you’re the kind of asshole who pays. Then after that slap the big dick on you, hit you for the real cheese, the big bucks. That’s what this game is all about, Chaz.
Thanks, Winston, Now I feel so much better now. You’re a wild cowboy, yo. Well, can you pay him? Technically, yeah, I have the money. Shit, yo, so pay him, man, be done with this. I can’t. It’s put away for something else.
It’s years of savings. Can’t touch it. Winston, I don’t know what to do. I’m going out of my fucking mind here. It’s like it’s there everywhere I turn. Calm down, Chaz. Look, man, drink your beer. Shit, that ain’t even strong enough right now.
O’Malley, let us get a double Scotch and hold the rocks. Oh, come on! Hit the- Let me tell you something. I spent five years in the joint with motherfuckers like this. The first thing you must understand about a rapist is that they pussies.
They weak. They prey on the weak. So, what do you think I should do? Listen, man, I like you, ’cause you’re different than the rest of them. And I don’t like to see you in no position like this. So I’m gonna do you a solid.
I’m gonna scare this pussy off your back for you. No. No, no, no. Listen, I owe you. I mean, you caught me stealing those computers, you coulda dropped a dime on me, I’d have been locked up for three more motherfucking years.
Winston, you owe me nothing. Look at it this way then. Let’s make it a business proposition. I mean, instead of you giving this motherfucker 100K, you could pay me, say, ten percent? Yeah, $10,000 in cash, and Ill scare that Pep Le Pew motherfucker all the way back to France.
Hurry up. (Amy chuckles) Thank you! Happy birthday. Look at this one. That’s nail polish. Nail polish? Yeah Is it? Yeah. What’s that one? Here. (gentle music) Oh, it’s beautiful. Oh, thank you. Thank you.
Goodbye. Charles, this just came in for you. Does it involve fast cars? Yeah, fast cars, all the good things. We’ll see you tonight. Yeah. Bye-bye, pretty girls. Good morning, JMD/March. No, I’m sorry.
Okay, no problem, goodbye. Yeah? Barry. It’s me. I need a cash check for this aspirin spot. Another one? How much you want this time? 10,000. Now, you come down here, and you sign for it yourself, yeah? Thanks.
Hey, yo, Chaz. You know what my favorite song is? “Get Money.” B.I. G. and Lil’ Kim. My favorite artists? Eddie Money, Al Green and Johnny motherfuckin’ cash, baby. Oh, let me tell you my favorite reverends.
Frederick Price and Creflo Dollar. Yes, Winston, I have your money. Who’s talkin’ money here, Chaz? Just tryin’ to make conversation, man. You okay, Chaz? Yeah. Let me turn this up for you, baby, get a crack on this motherfucker.
♪ Around here, it ain’t nothing sweet ♪ ♪ And I’ma let you know a couple of things ♪ ♪ Don’t fuck with me ♪ ♪ Big screen so the trucks can see, just luxury ♪ ♪ So don’t make things ugly ♪ ♪ I bust heat for the code of the streets ♪ ♪ I’m cold as can be ♪ ♪ And pack a mack eleven pound of weed ♪ ♪ Breathe deep or get put to sleep ♪ ♪ I’m playing for keeps ♪ Uh-oh.
Ching-ching. Love the smell of fresh money, yo. (whistles) Jesus. You’re gonna shoot him? I ain’t gonna shoot him. I’m gonna scare his monkey-ass off your back. It’s not even loaded. But it’s like an old gangsta proverb, yo.
You ain’t gotta use force, but you gotta project strength. Project strength. Right. Got it. Chaz, my good buddy, it’s time you got affiliated, man. Come on, take that. Wait is this the one you used- That’s the one, yo.
That’s for good luck. I’m gonna run inside this joint first, scope it out. When you feel comfortable, you come on in. We got maybe a hour before this bastard shows up. You’re gonna be close, though, right? Yeah, I’m gonna be close, don’t worry about that.
I got your back, homie. It’s like in the movies and shit. You know, I mean, the bad guy is always one step ahead, right? So we gotta be two steps ahead of this crazy motherfucker- (shooting) (suspenseful intense music) Charlie.
Charlie. This doesn’t look like 100 to me. God almighty. You killed him. Hey, you brought him, you fucking piece of shit, and this isn’t good for our relationship. (dramatic music) Oh, Jesus. (tires screech) Asshole! Fuck you! You coulda been coming instead of going! Want a date, hun? Hey, you, you by the car.
You lookin’? No. No, I’m fine. What about him? Maybe he wants a date. I don’t think so. What’s wrong with him? He drunk? Yeah. Yeah, he’s drunk, okay? You got a light? I don’t smoke. You don’t smoke, you don’t drink, you don’t fuck.
What do you do? Get outta here. What? Hey, screw you! You don’t tell me to get outta nowhere. What’s up, Candy? Hey, Joe. Hey, Candy. Keepin’ safe? You know me. I’m careful these days. Hey, you! Conducting a transaction with Candy here? No, officer.
.. No? What? Somethin’ wrong with her? No, she’s great. Great, huh? You married? Yes. Your old lady know you’re trolling for hookers? I’m not. Look… How ’bout your buddy? He married? He’s drunk. If he’s drunk, what’s he doing behind the wheel? Hey, buddy! Hey, you there! He’s sleeping it off, sir.
The two of you were out trolling for hookers on a Wednesday, and neither of you were doing business with Candy here. I’m sorry, I… Whoa, whoa, whoa. Don’t apologize to me. Tell her you’re sorry. Freezin’ her ass off out here, and you two jokers don’t even give her the time of day.
I’m sorry, ma’am. We’ll call it a deposit, huh? Believe this guy? Yeah, come, on Joe, we’re on the clock. We’re gonna circle the block. I come back and you’re still here, I’m gonna take you and your buddy in.
See ya, Candy. Take it easy, Candy. See you, Joe. (suspenseful music) (Charles grunting) (men shouting) (panting) (ominous music) I’m tired of you, Charles. I need that receipt for the aspirin spot. I said you’ll get it today, you will.
Today? Yes. Lunchtime. Well, you better. Oh, shit! You okay? Folks in the mail room asked me to bring this up to you. Franklin Church. Chicago P.D. Where is- Winston? He was murdered last night. What’d you say? Yeah, that’s right.
‘Bout midnight, under the highway. Killer tried to dump him in the river. Jesus! I… Jesus. I liked Winston, we were friends. Yeah. I liked him too. We were like brothers. He’s… Well, he was sort of a relative of mine.
Are you the baseball stats guy? Yeah. Yeah, that’s me. Baseball freak. Even played in the minors ’79 to ’82. You know, I see these losers every day. Dopers, crooks, gangbangers. Law doesn’t care much for losers like that.
Winston was different. He coulda got out. The brother was no loser. I’m sorry. You own a gun, Mr. Schine? No. Smith & Wesson 5906? What, you think I did this? (Frank laughs) Oh, no, of course not. But we have to ask everybody.
I mean, you know how it is. So where were you last night? Here, work. I was at work. Anyone with you corroborate that? (telephone rings) Do you mind? No. No, no, Ill wait. Yeah. What did you think? You thought you could fuck with me, you miserable piece of shit? Huh? No.
(Lucinda crying) I’ve got your girl here. Do you understand me? I’ve got your little whore right here. Oh, God. Stop, please… Where are you? Shut the fuck up, Dex, take care of her. No problem. I don’t like killing people, but if you’re not here in 20 minutes, I’m gonna put a bullet in her brain.
Please, don’t. And then one in Deanna. And sweet little Amy too. I’m gonna kill all your women, Charlie do you understand? It was a mistake, a big mistake. I’m ready to do what you ask now. Do you have my 100,000? Yeah, yeah, I do.
I mean, I will. Just tell me how to get there. 55 East Erie, apartment 4010. Got it. 20 minutes, Charlie. Next time I visit your wife it ain’t gonna be for a cup of coffee. (dramatic intense music) Thank you very much.
Is there a problem? I’m sorry. I have… I gotta go. I have a meeting. Ill call you. 10, 20, 30, 40, 50, 60, 70, 80, 90, 100,000. Are you sure you want to carry all this out with you, Mr. Schine? Yeah.
(ominous music) What’s up, Charles? Come on. Come on in, don’t be scared. (gun cocks) Way! Yo Dex, you think I should count this, or just trust him? Sure. Why not? He looks like a trustable guy. (intense music) You fuckin’ move, Ill kill you, bitch! One motherfuckin’.
Two motherfuckin’. Three. I gave you the money! What? No, you didn’t give me the money. You fucking made me kill for it. Keep something in mind, Charles. Ill always be one step ahead of you. Always. Well, my dear Dexter, I think it’s time to relocate.
Yeah. Relocate. Au revoir. Congratulations, Charlie. You just bought your life back. (Lucinda crying) Are you okay? I don’t even know. They must have just followed me. I didn’t even, I don’t know, they just pushed their way in.
It’s okay now. Are you sure that they’re gone? He’s gone. I paid him. I paid him everything. But your daughter… I’m sorry. I’m so sorry. I should have- I think it’s over now. You’re safe. My family’s safe.
(ominous music) (dramatic music) (phone dialing) Hello? Charles, is that you? Hello? (train horn honking) See you, Sean. Hey, see ya. Take care, guys. You’re a hard man to track down. You’re not at work, you’re not at home.
So this is where all you bored executive types go to drown your sorrows. I’ve been meaning to call you. I’m sure. You know, ever since he was a kid, Winston never could seem to catch a break. You know who he always reminded me of? Bobby Bonds.
Unluckiest player to ever step up to the plate. Bobby Bonds struck out 187 times in 1969, more than any other player in a single season, except one. You know who? Bobby Bonds. Bobby Bonds. Following year, 189 strikeouts.
Now, that’s unlucky. This is my new buddy. Sean owns this place. Hey, Sean, Scotch, drop the rocks. Comin’ up, Frank. Sean says you and Winston had a drink here recently. Mind telling me what you were talking about? Hockey.
Hockey. That’s it? There was a game on. Now, I still need to know where you were last night. I told you. I was working. No one at your office can confirm that. I was alone. Okay, Mr. Schine. Maybe you’d be more comfortable talking to me with your lawyer.
Why don’t the two of you come by my office tomorrow morning? And just so you know, I’m gonna crucify the son of a bitch who killed Winston. See you, Sean. Detective. Charles? Amy sleeping? Yeah. (clock ticking) I’ve made a horrible mistake, Dee.
The money we put away for Amy (somber music) it’s gone. Gone? All of it. What are you talking about? I’m so sorry. Where is it? Where is the money? Ill figure it out. Figure out what? What’s going on, Charles? Ill find a way.
What have you done? Tell me what you’ve done? Seven years of savings. You fucking explain yourself! Ill tell you, Dee. Ill tell you everything. And it’s not just about the money. Taxi! Come on, we’re late.
I have to tell Lucinda first, Jerry. No! I’ve called this detective twice already this morning. He’s a real hard -ass type, you know. I have to. You think this guy is fucking around? Ill meet you down there.
So, what am I supposed to tell them? Help me, Jerry. Charles! Lucinda Harris, please. She’s not in her office. Oh, shit. Oh, wait, here she comes now. No. No, no, no. Lucinda Harris. Yeah? No, you saw us here, together twice, remember? I saw you with her temp.
Temp? Sir, you know, answered her phones occasionally, took long lunches, always late. A temp. Jane something. She quit last week. (suspenseful music) I’m a financial advisor. I cheat clients. And it comes fully furnished, just like you see.
What we call our lived-in look. May I help you, sir? Is this place for rent? Yes, would you like a brochure? It was rented, I was here. Yes, well, it’s available again now. Are you interested? You rented it to a woman.
No, no, it was a couple. A woman and her boyfriend. They left unexpectedly. Very nice couple. You know them? They make it all worth it, don’t they? Yes. I do. (dramatic music) This is the end of the Red Line.
All passengers please disembark at this time. Thank you. The train on platform two is the Blue Line from Cottage Gate. This is our final destination. All passengers please disembark at this time. Thank you.
(phone ringing) (dramatic music) Hey. I’m sorry, are you okay? Yes. Good. [Man in trench coat] I’m gonna have to run, I have a breakfast meeting. Well, you do. Will you call me? I will. I’ll call you very soon.
You promise? I promise. [Man in trench coat] I gotta go. Okay. See you later. See you. Bye-bye! (indistinct) (dramatic music) What? I’d like to get into the car, please. Half an hour! Oh! Half an hour? You’re sorry? I promise.
(ominous music) May I? (indistinct) Thank you. Hey, Dex! Yo, Frenchie! We outta here. (dramatic music) (bell dings) I want a room. Top floor. (dramatic suspenseful music) (phone dialing) Charles. Jerry.
Good. So I talked with this detective. He’s got nothing on you, he’s just fishing. Thanks. But, listen you’ve got to tell him everything. It’s the only way out of this. What happens to Amy’s money if they find him? Well, It’s gonna be state’s evidence.
And I never see it again? No, I have to take care of this myself. It’s the only way. What are you talking about? Jerry, I have to get Amy’s money back. Charles, wait. Charles- (line hangs up) (elevator bell dings) I’d like a room, please.
$46 a night. You wanna use the hotel safe? Oh, no, thank you. (indistinct chatter) (suspenseful music) I think it’s this way. (intense music) (elevator bell dings) (Lucinda laughs) (dramatic intense music) (Charles panting) (ominous music) (LaRoche groans) (indistinct) Hey! Hey, what’s goin’ on? You can have my money, my wallet’s on the table, take it.
I don’t want your money. They do. They want it all. You’re in a scam. What? A con. These two were gonna take you for everything you’ve got. I don’t know what you’re talking about. Who are you, and what do you want? You met on the train, did you? By accident, just happened somehow.
And she was fucking sweet and smart and you couldn’t believe how attracted she was to you. She was just too good to be true. She showed you this picture of her daughter. Everything this bitch told you was a lie.
Not everything was a lie, Charles. He was just about to rob you, and then rape her. Only it wouldn’t have been rape, would it? I don’t understand. Why would he rape her? Because it makes you feel guilty you didn’t stop it that you didn’t protect her.
Later on, she may even be as sick as to tell you she had an abortion. Anything so you don’t go to the police. Look, I don’t want any part of this. No, there’s a man waiting in the stairwell. I have to leave- No! (LaRoche groans) Boy, you’re getting better, Charles.
I’m kind of proud of you. I want my fucking money back! I want everything you took from me. Well, I don’t think that’s gonna be possible, Charlie. Just give him his money, and let’s go. He’s a fucking mark, for Chris sake.
That sweetie pie is worried about that little girl of yours. Oh, stop it! She didn’t look that sick to me. Just stop it! (dramatic music) (shooting) Let me outta here! I’m gonna get outta here now! I’m telling you, move away from the fucking door! I’m gonna shoot! Get outta my way! I’m leaving Fuck! (shooting) Frenchie! (Lucinda gasping) (gun clicks) (Dex groans) (shooting) I’m gonna kill you, motherfucker! (Lucinda gasping) (siren wailing) Step by step, what did you hear? Sir, there’s no ID on the white male.
Prints people are on it. All right. See if he’s on the register. Check what’s in the hotel safe. Yes, sir. Sorry about that. You were saying? I heard the shots, I saw the security guy run past, so I just closed the door.
You did the right thing. You don’t know how may wannabe heroes I ship off to the morgue each week. OK, Mr Sheen, Schine? Schine. Schine. All right, if we need anything more, we’ll contact you. (indistinct chatter) (elevator bell dings) Hey, Officer.
You seen Jones from Homicide? Yes, sir. Yes, the, (indistinct) Vince, can we get the happy snappers out of here today? I’m losing the will to live. Frank. What are you doing here, Frank? Where is it? Ill show you.
Heard you found a Smith & Wesson 5906. Yeah, Ballistics has it. What a mess. Yeah, pretty straightforward. A woman and the suit are having a thing. They get mugged, security tries to help them, everybody gets shot.
Look, I’m interested in that gun, so please call me when you get the ballistics report. Sure. Thanks. Okay, take care. Vince, can we get everybody out of here? I need to get statement from you. All right, take longer? I’ll just take couple minutes.
I don’t got that much time. Keep it coming. I was standing here. Man, you got a lot in that safe. I believe that’s mine. (ominous music) Nice briefcase. Okay, what else you got? (indistinct) (siren wailing) Back it up there, back it up.
(indistinct chatters) (bright music) No sign of it here, either. All right, thanks. What the hell is this? All the years I’ve known you, I never figured you for a thief, Charles. You want to tell me about the $10,000 for the aspirin spot? It was an emergency.
I was gonna pay it back. Pay it back? What am I a bank? And now you’re stealing from me. If I were to write a bill for what you owe me, what should I make it for? It was just the once, I swear. Well, Barry’ll be the judge of that.
So tell me what was so important that you had to do this. Can’t. I can’t tell you. I want to, but I can’t. I’m sorry. Fine. You wanna play it that way, Ill start proceedings. Proceedings? He suspends you while we conduct an investigation.
Just pay it back. The most you’ll get is community service. Keep stonewalling us, pal, you go to jail. (suspenseful music) Hi there. Heya, Teach. Hank, isn’t it? That’s good. I hate it when people don’t remember your name.
Go on through. It’s Charles, by the way. Right. Charles. Did I ask you what you’re in for yet? Embezzlement. That’s not a bad deal. Six months teaching cons for ripping off your boss. (indistinct chatter) You’re Puerto Rican, right? What the fuck is that? Puerto Rico, how do you spell it? Okay, guys.
Guys! There’s a quiz on your desks. It’ll probably take you as long as it takes me to read your homework, so… Let’s go. How do you spell that? (inmates whispering) “The morning it all began, began like any other morning.
“Charles was running late, and as a result, “he missed his regular train. (ominous music) “Championship fucking. “Twelve rounder. “I need a loan, Charlie. “Charles had made him kill. “Charles was to blame.
“He was a murder suspect. “Lucinda turned out to be this whole other person. “Charles wiped his prints “and ran away like he was never there, “back to his shitty little life. “But when he finished reading the story, “he went to the laundry room.
” (inmates whispering) (ominous music) Yeah? I need to use the bathroom. Ill alert the media. (audience cheering) Wait up. You looking for a daddy? (intense music) What the fuck you looking at, homey? (door shuts) (metal clanging) I hope you liked my story.
You never checked if I made it out of that hotel alive, did you? You’re so predictable, Charles. It takes more than one bullet to kill me. Much more. But you took something from me, Charlie, and that ain’t right.
It’s my money. Fuck the money. You killed her. You’re insane. I loved her, Charlie when you just wanted to fuck her. What do you want? I want you, Charlie. I’m gonna fuck with your life because I can.
By the way is your daughter still a virgin? (dramatic music) You don’t know how happy I was to see your name on those notebooks. It’s like if you begged me to find you. Man, you ended up in the wrong prison, Charlie.
LaRoche. Yeah? I chose this prison. (LaRoche groans) (suspenseful music) (indistinct) Okay, Mr. Schine, you’re free to go. You take it easy now. I met him a few times a while ago. Here he comes. All right, thank you.
What did you tell them? The truth. I went to use the bathroom, and this guy jumped me with a shank. Well, that guy was the asshole who killed Winston. He killed two people in Paris, one in New York. You expect me to believe that you overpowered him? I guess I got lucky.
You brought that shank in with you, it’s premeditated murder. Law don’t care who you kill. I guess the law didn’t care much for Winston, either. (upbeat music) (birds chirping) Bye. See you guys later.
Okay, sweetheart. (bright music) (kids chattering) (dog barking) ♪ Rular Rah. ♪ ♪ Hundred bars ♪ ♪ It’s a warning. ♪ ♪ For real ♪ ♪ Johnny didn’t run ♪ ♪ Johnny got his gun ♪ ♪ Come on ♪ ♪ Just like everyone ♪ ♪ I’m in this right now ♪ ♪ In the name of God ♪ ♪ It doesn’t matter ♪ ♪ What neighborhood ♪ ♪ And Johnny didn’t run.
.. ♪ ♪ When I pop the trunk, that means that I’m ready to dump ♪ ♪ With some AK hollows that’ll cherish you chumps ♪ ♪ You better give up, floating in the Hudson River ♪ ♪ I got a real itchy finger and it loves the trigger ♪ ♪ Don’t get it twisted, this is no motion picture ♪ ♪ Make your dreams go away with your hopes and wishes ♪ ♪ I rose the gold, paper in the triple digits ♪ ♪ And I stand real tall, y’all think small as midgets ♪ ♪ I warned you dicks, Rular rep the east and west ♪ ♪ And got goons on my payroll that’ll eat your chest ♪ ♪ I breathe respect, I told you this was dangerous ♪ ♪ And the well known fact, you can’t fuck with us ♪ ♪ So turn me up ♪ ♪ Johnny didn’t run.
♪ ♪ Fuck you thought ♪ ♪ Johnny got his gun ♪ ♪ Just like everyone ♪ ♪ In the name of God ♪ ♪ And Johnny didn’t run ♪ ♪ Around here, it ain’t nothing sweet ♪ ♪ And I’ma let you know a couple of things ♪ ♪ Don’t fuck with me ♪ ♪ Big screen so the trucks can see, just luxury ♪ ♪ So don’t make things ugly ♪ ♪ I bust heat for the code of the streets ♪ ♪ I’m cold as can be ♪ ♪ And pack a mack eleven pound of weed ♪ ♪ Breathe deep or get put to sleep ♪ ♪ I’m playing for keeps ♪ ♪ You suckers yap but what y’all talk is cheap ♪ ♪ Bitch nigga, get up off of me, I’m just released ♪ ♪ So give me room while I cock and squeeze ♪ ♪ Splat ya brain like pasta cheese ♪ ♪ Straight Ruckerway, Queens ♪ ♪ The ambulance’ll cut you out of your jeans ♪ ♪ The doctors returning all of your things ♪ ♪ No heart, no pulse ♪ ♪ Use your brains, when you’re fucking with me ♪ ♪ The doctors return all of your things ♪ ♪ No heart, no pulse, use your brains ♪ ♪ When you fucking with me, nigga ♪ ♪ Johnny didn’t run ♪ ♪ Fuck you thought ♪ ♪ Johnny got his gun ♪ ♪ Just like everyone ♪ ♪ In the name of God ♪ ♪ One reason, this is the reason ♪ ♪ And Johnny didn’t run ♪ ♪ It’s a reason why I talk like this ♪ ♪ The way I dress, the way I look, stay focused ♪ ♪ And I walk like this ♪ ♪ I’m from a place where dreams don’t exist ♪ ♪ Everyday a new crime, a new body scratched off the list ♪ ♪ This ain’t love, this the way life is, it ain’t the kids ♪ ♪ It’s the guns and the drugs that make life like this ♪ ♪ The state we living is so priceless ♪ ♪ I can’t go to the park and play ball ♪ ♪ Because my moms is sick ♪ ♪ I got a hit to lick, I’m tired of this shit ♪ ♪ Same clothes, no food, it ain’t fair ♪ ♪ I thought my pop dukes cared ♪ ♪ At twelve, I was considered a man ♪ ♪ I gotta do anything to make a meal ♪ ♪ I gotta think of a plan ♪ ♪ It’s like my feet would just sink in the sand ♪ ♪ I’m on the streets everyday, tryna make it ♪ ♪ Asking God for a chance ♪ ♪ But on a mission, I gotta walk like a man ♪ ♪ I was born by myself ♪ ♪ So I guess I gotta go like I came, Johnny ♪ ♪ Johnny didn’t run ♪ ♪ Johnny got his gun ♪ ♪ Just like everyone ♪ ♪ In the name of God ♪ ♪ And Johnny didn’t run ♪ ♪ Johnny didn’t run ♪ ♪ Johnny got his gun ♪ ♪ Just like everyone ♪ ♪ In the name of God ♪ ♪ And Johnny didn’t ♪ ♪ Johnny didn’t run ♪ ♪ Johnny got his gun ♪ ♪ Just like everyone ♪ ♪ In the name of God ♪ ♪ And Johnny didn’t run ♪ ♪ If you know more ♪ ♪ If you know more ♪ (country music) ♪ Just broke out seven nights ago ♪ ♪ Man, it was beautiful plan ♪ ♪ As wrong wrong on the clutches of social injustice ♪ ♪ To the opens arm of freedom ♪ ♪ Running across the fields faster than a fox ♪ ♪ With a hand down off my trail ♪ ♪ With Lord on my side and Devil behind me ♪ ♪ No way I could fail ♪ ♪ Yeah, I’m moving like a river ♪ ♪ Yeah, I’m dancing with the wind ♪ ♪ No one lives forever and ever and come back again ♪ ♪ Is just a luck or sound from above ♪ ♪ I guess I’ll never really know ♪ ♪ Colorado, Arizona ♪ ♪ Steps across the border ♪ ♪ Down in the Mexico ♪ ♪ Shack off for a weekend with pretty senorita ♪ ♪ Hurricane in the dark ♪ ♪ Federal captains got thousand open in ’em ♪ ♪ Smile just like a shark ♪ ♪ I’m moving like a river ♪ ♪ I’m dancing with the wind ♪ ♪ No one lives forever and ever and come back again ♪ ♪ I’m moving like a river ♪ ♪ And I’m dancing with the wind ♪ ♪ No one lives forever and ever and come backs again ♪