The clip sheriff confess his love to mona Part 2 from The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas (1982) with Dolly Parton
This old place looks kinda funny, don't it?
Ben Sawtuck bought all my furniture and Langston downtown's gonna sell the rest.
Mona, I wanna tell you somethin'.
I want you to thank your boys for me.
Those reporters would have got outta hand if it hadn't been for your deputies.
You know me better than...
Ed Earl, the thing to do...
...is to put this whole thing behind you just as quick as you can.
I've made a little money, I've laughed, I've danced to the music.
It's just time to pay the fiddler, that's all.
Mona, we've been together a long time.
Sometimes I think you know me better than I know myself.
You know how hard this is for me to say.
I love you.
Will you marry me?
Oh, Ed Earl, I've loved you since I was 16 years old.
But I've thought about this for a long time.
And as much as I'd love for it to work...
...I know deep down in my heart it ain't never gonna be.
Didn't you hear what I said?
I did, darlin'.
But it's gonna always be just like it is.
There just ain't no way in this world it can work.
We could make it work. Just have to give it a chance.