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"Here, you be careful. There's a bloke there behind the pillar taking down every blessed word you're saying." "What's this? That ain't proper writing, I can't read that."
"I can. 'I say, Captain, buy a flower off a poor girl.'"

Who told you my people come from Selsey?
"If you spoke as she does, sir,
instead of the way you do,
Why, you might be selling flowers, too."
"All I want is a room somewhere.
Far away from the cold night air."
The whole ruddy city of London to roam about in sellin' her bloomin' flowers. I giver her all that, and then I disappears and leaves her on her own to enjoy it. With a little bit... with a little bit...
With a little bit of luck
You'll never work!
I want to be a lady in a flower shop stead of selling at the corner of Tottenham Court Road. But they won't take me unless I can talk more genteel." If I decide to teach you, I'll be worse than two fathers to you. Here--
What's this for?
To wipe your eyes. To wape any part of your face that feels moist.
I knowed she had a career in front of her! Harry, boy, we're in for a booze-up. The sun is shinin' on Alfred P. Doolittle! By George, Eliza, the streets will be strewn with the bodies of men shooting themselves for your sake before I've done with you! Eliza, you are to stay here for the next six months learning how to speak beautifully, like a lady in a florist's shop. Poor Professor Higgins!
Poor Professor Higgins!
On he plods
Against all odds"
Oh, poor Professor Higgins!
Colonel Pickering, I don't understandd. Do you mean that my son is coming to Ascot today? What a disagreeable surprise! Fhe first race was very exciting, Miss Doolittle. I'm so sorry you missed it.
There they are again
Lining up to run.
Now they're holding steady,
They are ready
For it. Look! It has begun!

I have often walked down this street before;
But the pavement always stayed beneath my feet before.
All at once am I
Several stories high.
Knowing I'm on the street wher you live.

Professor 'iggins?
I want my daughter. That's what I want. See? I can see you're one of the straight sort, Governor. Well, what's a five-poind note to you? And what's Eliza to me? Have you no morals, man?
No! I can't afford 'em, Governor. Neither could you if you was as poor as me.
Miss Doolittle, you look beautiful
Thank you, Colonel Pickering.
Don't you think so, Higgins?
Not bad. Not bad at all.
You remember me?
No, I don't. Who the devil are you?
I am your pupil, your first, best and greatest pupil. I am Zolton Karpathy, that marvelous boy. I have made your name famous throughout Europe. You teach me phonetics. You cannot forget me!
Charming, charming
Now, wait! Now, wait!
Give credit where it's due.
A lot of the glory goes to you.
Shortly after we came in
I saw at once we'd eas'ly win'
And after that I found it deadly dull.
What's to become of me? What's to become of me?
How the devil do I know what's to become of you? What does it matter what becomes of you?
Freddy, you don't think I'm a heartless guttersnipe, do you?
Oh, no, darling. How could you imagine such a thing?

I'm getting married in the morning!
Ding dong! The bells are gonna chime.

Hail and salute me
Then haul off and boot me...
And get me to the church,
Get me to the church...
For Gawd's sake, get me to the church on time!

What am I to do? I got tea this morning instead of coffee. I can't find anything. I don't know what appointments I've got.
Eliza would know.
Of course she would, but damn it she's gone.

Women are irrational, that's all there is to that!
Their heads are full of cotton, hay, and rags!
Get up and come home and don't be a fool! You've caused me enough trouble for one morning!
Very nicely put, indeed, Henry. No woman could resist such an invitation.
Damn!! Damn!! Damn!! DAMN!!
I've grown accustomed to her face!
Eliza? Where the devil are my slippers?
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