Sands of Iwo Jima

Don't know how long you're gonna
be here or when you'll be back again.

Don't even know how long you'll live.
If it's in the line of duty, you can tell me
to do something and I'll do it.

As for my personal life,
keep your hands off.

- Your father would've said it.
- I wouldn't have listened.

- You never did.
- How do you know?

- He told me.
- What did he say?

I'll tell you. He said
I was a disappointment, right?

He said I wouldn't be able
to stand up for myself, right?

- You're doing the talking.
- No, my father is.

Every time you open your mouth, he's
talking. Every thought you think is his.

It's as though he's at my shoulder.
But he didn't always say
or think the right thing.

You're gonna find that out when the
time comes. Until then leave me alone.

- You want a lift or not?
- Yeah, sure.

- What's the matter?
- Nothing. Why?

- You've hardly said a word.
- You're right. I've been thinking.

- About us?
- Myself.

That's selfish.
Honey, do you think I'm a brave man?
- What a funny question to ask.
- Well, do you?

I don't know. Why?
- I've got to prove something to someone.
- Who?

You don't know him. He's dead now.
Yes, Pete, I think you're brave.
That helps. You don't know
how much that helps.

Let's not talk about it any more.
We should have been talking about
ourselves all this time,

what's going to happen to us.
- What do you want to happen?
- I want to marry you.