Funny, isn't it?
But I still want her. I still love her.
You know what I just told you?
That's a lie.

- I see.
- I'm not her husband.

I met her the same as you did,
at the joint.

I can't keep away from her. I wanna
marry her, and she won't have me.

- I see.
- Do you believe that? Well, it's a lie too.

I don't love her,
and I don't wanna marry her.

She makes good money there.
- You got any money on you?
- No.

She makes good money sometimes.
Hey. Do you suppose I could be a soldier?
Maybe I could in the regular Army.

Make a good rating and make
some dough by the next war.

- Why not?
- Why not?

Because I don't want to.
What do I wanna be a soldier for?

I'm too restless.
I don't know what I wanna do.
- You gonna wait for her?
- I don't know.

Well, wait for her if you want to.
Soon as we've had some coffee,
I'm gonna take a nap.

Got any cigarettes?
I remembered what you said
when I left you, Keeley.

You said, "Meet me at the hotel
at midnight. " I said, "Why?"

You said, "Meet me. I wanna show you
Washington. It's educational.

Maybe you'll learn something.
Meet me, or I'll murder you. "

Suddenly, the whole thing was screwy.
I decided to get out of there.