New York, New York

When we're apart
The words in my heart
Reveal how I feel about you
Some kiss may cloud
my memory...

- Try it again, darling.
- It's hard.

- Two out of three.
- Okay, okay.

- You missed again.
- You didn't wait.

Well. I'll give you
one more try. You ready?

Oh, you've got it.
I'll give you my personal check.

- Okay.
- But don't try to cash it.

Yes, sir?
Yeah. I was just
parking the car. Doyle.

Oh, yes. Mr.. Doyle.
your lady friend's right over there.

Please follow me.
That's not my lady friend.
that's my wife.

That's all right.
Don't let it happen again.

Only kidding.
Hello, hello.
Jimmy, this is Mr.. Kirks.
from Decca Records.

and Mr.. Kirks.
this is my husband Jimmy.

Sorry I'm late.
- Better late than never.
- Yeah, well. I'm sorry I'm late.

It's hard parking a car in New York
at this time of night.

How are you?
I'm doing just fine. Jimmy.
how are you?

I'm doing well.
How's Eddie?
Eddie who?
Eddie who?
I knew that was coming.
Looks like Eddie's out the window.
Di Muzio.
Waiter, dear.
That voice always gets 'em, too...
you know, when I said.
"Waiter, dear." with the heavy voice.

and the reason I call 'em "dear."
otherwise they spit in your drink.

You say "dear." they're nice to you.
You get it? Any time you go
into a joint, you know what I mean?

You call 'em "dear."
Here's the waiter.
Waiter, would you give this gentleman
a sloe gin fizz, and step on it.

I don't want a sloe gin fizz.
I don't even know
what a sloe gin fizz is.

He doesn't want a sloe gin fizz.
What do you want?
I want you to be comfortable.

- You know what I would like?
- What would you like?