By warner music
The clip Sitting at the grave from Coal Miner's Daughter (1980)
It's your choice.
We'll just go back to what we was doing, that's all.
I want it. What?
I said, I want it.
Baby, I can't hear you. I wanna be a singer, Doo!
I want it real bad.
I want it real bad.
Jack, you see that little roll of numbers right there? Yeah.
That tells you how many miles you've run...
and that'll tell us how far we've been when we get back.
I love you. I'll see you when we come home.
You mind her, okay? Mommy, I love you.
I love you. Careful now.
Betty Sue, you take care of the little ones, okay?
Will you mind Grandma?
Okay. Bye, Jack. Bye-bye.
Bye, Ernest Ray. Bye-bye.
I left you all some Tootsie Rolls in that top drawer in the bedroom.
Bye-bye. Bye, Mommy.
Bye, Mommy. Come back, Mommy.
Now here's that number one hit, "Walking After Midnight."
Patsy Cline. That's right. That's WCBL.
A disc jockey, name of Bobby Day.
Keep your eyes open for the transmitter. It's right up here.
The what? Transmitter.
*I'm always walkin'out alone after midnight *
*Searchin'for you *
*I walk for miles along the highway **
The clip maxs-true-plans from Once Upon a Time in America (1984) with Robert De Niro, Tuesday Weld. Powered by: Anyclip. any moment from any film. Max made fools of us, Noodles. He wanted to die. Did you know his old man died in the nut house? Max didn't want to end up the same way. So he put the idea in our heads to tip off the cops. And when they stopped the truck, Max started shooting first... ...just to get himself killed. Uh, what is this? Opening night. Fifteen years ago. Uh, who's this? Patron saint of the place. And some actress. Do you know her? No.
The clip reuniting-with-deborah from Once Upon a Time in America (1984) with Robert De Niro, Elizabeth McGovern. Powered by: Anyclip. any moment from any film. Cockeye wanted to play with the band. I'm serious. Come on. -Aren't you going to say hello? -Hello. -Your brother's a real friend. -He's a romantic.