Going My Way (1944): Carol's Way Part 2

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The clip Carol's way Part 2 from Going My Way (1944) Well, up to here, we're all surprised. Naturally, bef...
The clip Carol's way Part 2 from Going My Way (1944) Well, up to here, we're all surprised. Naturally, before throwing me out, he had to know a little about me. So in a few well-chosen sentences, I gave him the details. Sort of like I told you. And you found a landlord with a heart of gold. Well, not exactly a heart of gold, Father, but... Well, we had the apartment vacant, and it seemed a shame to throw her out. Anyway, what's wrong with that? Nothing that I know of, up to here. As I was saying, it was a shame to throw her out. Like Mrs. Quimp? Yeah. No! Well, that's different. I can see that, obviously. She told me about coming to see you and that you wanted to help her. You don't have a corner on helping people, do you? And besides, I've practically got her lined up in a job. Yes, and as soon as I get it, I'm going to pay him back. Every nickel of it. You too, Father. No hurry about me. Rather a nice-looking piano you have here. Well, she needs one, doesn't she? She's got to practice. She's a singer. It was very thoughtful. Of course, pianos are a little expensive these days. I asked her first if she couldn't play a ukulele. Well, then naturally... Yeah, naturally. Carol tells me you can play, Father. How about trying it out to see if I got a good buy? Yes, play something for us, Father. Would you mind us asking you a few questions, Father? No. Where'd you get that wicked left hand? Well, I've always been interested in music. Used to write a bit of it at school. I had a little band. We used to play for the school dances. O'Malley's Orioles. You know, at one time I had quite a decision to make:
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