Shanghai Express

Well, Doctor, I haven't seen you in a long time.
You haven't changed at all, Doctor.
Well, you've changed a lot, Madeline.
Have I, Doc?
You mind me calling you Doc?
Or must I be more respectful?
Well, you never were respectful
and you always did call me Doc.

I didn't think I'd ever run into you again.
Have you thought of me much, Doc?
Let's see. Exactly, how long has it been?
Five years and four weeks.
Well, for five years and four weeks
I've thought of nothing else.

You were always polite, Doc.
You haven't changed a bit.

You have, Madeline.
You've changed a lot.

Have I lost my look?
No, you're more beautiful than ever.
How have I changed?
I don't know. I wish I could describe it.
Well, Doc. I've changed my name.
It took more than one man
to change my name to Shanghai Lily.

So, you're Shanghai Lily.
The notorious white flower of China.
You heard of me
and you always believed what you heard.

And I still do.
You see, I haven't changed at all.