Island in the Sun

Funny, a few weeks ago,
I'd have been envious of her.

I mean, London, a big house,
and being Lady Templeton.

Now it doesn't matter so much.
Do hurry, darling.
I saw a film the other day
about a little town in New England.

New England. That's where I'd like to live.

The characters in the film
lived in a little house...

and it had a wonderful kitchen
with all sorts of gadgets.

With a kitchen like that,
you don't need servants.

That's how I'd like to live.
Not in some big old house
built hundreds of years ago...

and getting dressed
for a lonely dinner.

You see? That's the sort
of woman you married.

- [Gun Clatters]
- Maxwell.!

Darling, will you call
Colonel Whittingham...

and tell him that I'm coming down
to see him right away?

- [Gramophone...Big Band]
- [Rain Falling]

I like this.
I've resigned.
The governor found out about us.

Oh? Well, what did he say?
He left the decision to me.
Oh, he talked about the book too.
He was disturbed about that also.
But this is the best thing
you've ever done.

Even if it's true, he said, it isn't fair
to those who've had to stay on the island.

Fair? It's true!
It's so true and
so good that it hurts.