Balto: Wolf Quest (2002) - full transcript

Half wolf Balto has a litter with his full husky wife. Most puppies resemble her and are easily adopted by the Wild West villagers. Only one daughter, which has his lupine traits, must be raised by them and devoted goose Boris. She also proves a free-spirited rebel, drawn to the wild. Balto spares no effort to protect his stubborn, near-adult pup, which leads to both of them confronting and joining wise old 'wolf shaman' Nava's troop, which needs to make hard choices, requiring a strapping younger leader.

Balto, wake up!

Huh? What?
What? What's the matter?

The matter is you were having dream again.

So what if I was?
It's just a dream.

Ha! This "just a dream"
is keeping you from a decent sleep.

And if your eyes get any droopier,

you'll have to keep them open
with toothpicks!

Boris, they'll stop drooping if you'd
just go away and let me get some rest.

You won't be getting rest!

Not with that dream hanging around
like dark cloud.

I hate it when you get dramatic.

How else to reach you?

I'm telling you, boychick,

if you keep having same dream again
and again, it means something!

Boris, dreams don't mean anything.

They're just...

Now, you wanna come with me?

I have to go check on Jenna.

Of course I come!

I'm not finished nagging you yet!

So, if dreams mean nothing,

why does it always have raven
and pack of wolves, huh?

Why not pickled herring?

Because herring would be in
one of your dreams, not mine.

Precisely! Raven and wolves
have meaning only to you.

Balto, look!

On totem pole!
There is raven and wolf!

Calm down, Boris.
There's also a fox, a wolverine...

Oy. Such scary creatures.

They should only live and be well
far away from me.

And a bear, and a caribou.

They're just wood carvings, Boris.

Yes, I know, I know!
Humans use them to tell stories.

But of what, I don't know.

Balto, maybe seeing raven
and wolf on totem pole

is making you dream
something very important.

Like what?

Like something you forgot,

or maybe something
you are supposed to know.

Look, Boris, all I know
is that the totem pole

marks the shortcut to Jenna's,
and that's good enough for me.

Oh, boy! Stubborn!

Oh! There you are, laddies!

I've been smelling all over for you.

Would you stop with the bouncing
and make with the talking?

I'm getting dizzy!

The stork has landed!
I repeat.

The stork has landed!

Jenna? Jenna!

What stork? I thought
we were talking about raven.

Oh, boy! That stork!

I'm coming, Balto!

Hello, Balto.

Well, come in.
They don't bite.

At least not yet.

Oh, Jenna, they're...
They're so beautiful.

Just like you.

And you!

Look at me. I'm an uncle.



I haven't had that dream for a while.


Jenna? Oh, no.

Good morning, sleepyhead.

Did you forget about
watching the pups today

while my girl and I go on a picnic?

What? Me forget?


Balto, you look so tired.
What's wrong?

Oh, nothing.

Hey, pups.
Good to see you too!

Hey, watch it now!
Come on, that tickles!


Why don't they spend the night with me,
and tomorrow we can all go on a picnic?

Balto, don't you remember?

Tomorrow is the day
for our pups to find their new homes.

Tomorrow? But, Jenna,
they're only eight weeks old.

I mean, what's the hurry?

I know how you feel, Balto.

Pupnicks, come to Uncle Boris!

But it's their time now.

I was their age
when I was adopted by my girl.

I don't think I can let them go, Jenna.
Not yet.

Oh, Balto, each of our children
have their own lives to live.

It's our job to love them and then...

Let go!

If we wait until they're older,
it'll be harder for them to find homes.

You know how humans
have a soft spot for puppies.

Yeah. And so do I.

Come on, Balto.
All their humans will be from around here.

Oh, I've got to go meet my girl now.

Enjoy them, Balto.

And watch out.
They're teething.

No kidding!

Come on now.
Uncle Boris isn't a chew toy.

Hey! Take it easy there, tiger.

Strange. Her brothers and sisters
look just like dogs,

yet Aleu looks just like...

A dog! Aleu looks like a dog too.

Ha! Funny, but from where I stand,
I see daughter

who looks even more wolf than father.

Look, Boris,
I just don't want her to be different.

But she is different!

And vive la différence!

Come on.
Being different is painful.

Nobody knows that better than me.

You know how some of the dogs
around here

still tease me because I'm half wolf.

Aleu may look like a wolf.

But she is going to be all dog.

I wouldn't count on it!

Daddy, look at the puppies!

Aleu, honey, please don't howl like that.

Sorry, mama.
It just happens when I'm excited.

I'm excited too!

I can't wait to get a human
and chew on their socks!

Papa, are you gonna get a human too?

Nah! See, humans like
cute little puppies like you,

not old grizzly grown-ups like me.

These are Rosie's puppies, Daddy.
Jenna had 'em.

I like this one.

I know that human.
He'll be a good boy for Dingo.

And my puppy can play with Jenna
when Rosie and I play together.

Mommy, Mommy, look! Puppies!

Somebody wants you
Somebody needs you.

Someone is searching
for your heart alone.

Someone is dreaming
Waiting and watching.

Someone is coming to take you home.

Time, it will fly like
the sun through the sky.

And what once was hello.

Turns to good-bye.

He's so cute!
Oh, I love you!

Tomorrow is here now
Sings in your ear now.

Child of my heart
Your life is your own.

Never you fear now.

Your path is clear now.

Someone who loves you.

Someone who loves you.

Is taking you home.

It's been a long day, Jenna.

Let's go home.

But we can't.
Not until a human adopts Aleu.

Face it, Jenna,
Aleu looks more like a wolf than me.

No human is ever gonna want her.

That's not true!

We'll just have to keep trying.

Right. Who knew a game of
hide and seek could be so terrifying?

Okay, okay, already!

Knock off the roughhousing!

Aleu, how can I babysit if you won't sit?

You don't sit nowhere
for more than five seconds.

That's anywhere, Uncle Boris.

What's anywhere?
Don't try to confuse me, young lady.

I'm your babysitter.

Uncle Boris, since I'm not a baby anymore,
I don't need a babysitter!

And you can tell that to my father.

Come on, Aleu.

You'll always be my baby.
No matter how old you are.

Oh, you're hopeless.

Let's go.

What's going to happen
when a human picks me up, huh, Papa?

Who are you going to baby then?

Come on, guys.

She's a good pup.

Good, yes. Pup, no.

At more than year old,
Aleu should have home of her own.

When the right time comes,
she'll find a home.

Yes, but when the right time comes,
will you let her?

Oy! I hope so.

Ride 'em, cowboy!


No, it's a human. He wouldn't hurt me.
Maybe he'll wanna adopt me.

Sounds like trouble, mate.

Bears to the rescue!

What's going on? Stop!

Goose to the rescue! Ah!

Is everyone all right?

Right as rain!

Come on.
We've gotta get outta here!

Aleu, now!

What's the matter?
You taking a nap?

Stand up! Come on! Hurry up!

The spirits must be trying to trick me.

I don't understand, Papa.
Why did you attack him?

What if he wanted to adopt me?

Ah, guys?

Could you help me out here?

Oh, of course. Ow!

Sorry, mate, but a wise polar bear
always minds his own business.

It is my opinion that...

- Well?
- Okay.

See, that hunter
was looking for wild animals...

To kill for food and fur.

So? I'm not a wild animal.

Well, he thought you were.

What? Why?

He thought you were a wolf.

I knew there was
something wrong with me.

There is nothing wrong with you.
You have a proud heritage.

Oh, sure!

Your mother is a purebred husky!

Then what are you?

I'm the one who's part wolf.

How could this happen?

Look, Aleu, my dad was a husky
who had pups with a wolf.

Great. My grandmother was a wild animal?

Did the wolf teach you how to know
when a human wants to kill you?

I was accidentally separated
from her when I was young,

so I never spent much time with...
The wolf.

But I remember that
she was as white as snow.

And she had this warm voice
that made me feel safe.

Well, then Boris took me in and...

After being raised by a goose,
it's a wonder I don't honk instead of bark.

Why didn't you tell me this before?

Because I wanted to protect you.

Protect me? From what?

From the fact that no human will ever
want me because I'm part wild animal?

- Aleu...
- And what about my brothers and sisters?

They've got wolf in them too!
Why did humans want them?

Because they don't look it.

And you do.

It's not fair. I hate you!

Aleu! Aleu, come back!

Leave me alone!

Where do I belong?

What? What is it?

What do you want?

My son,

you need to know the animal totems
who will help guide you now.

The fox, the cunning trickster.

The wolverine, your fears.

The bear, inner knowing.

The caribou, life.

What are you two doing?

Shh! We're here to play with Aleu.

But Aleu's not here to play.

Oh, she's around here somewhere.

Wait a minute.
You mean, you can't find her?

- Uh... No.
- No.

I just wanted to give her some time.
I was sure she'd come home.

She's gotta be at her mother's.

I know. I wish we had a mum too.



What are you doing here so early?
Is Aleu all right?

I don't know.
I was hoping she was with you.

She's, uh, kind of mad at me.

Stay there.

Now tell me what happened.

A hunter took aim at her.

No, no, don't worry.
We got away.

But I... I finally had to tell her
how humans see her.

You mean you told her about being part...

Yes. We should have done it sooner.
I know that now.

She's so angry with me,
she must've run away.

Run away?

I'm sorry, Jenna.
I never thought it would turn out this way.

I thought I could keep her safe.

But she's not safe now.
She's running wild!

We've got to find her.

No, not you, Jenna.
This is my fault.

And it's something that Aleu
and I have to work out together.

Don't worry.
I'll find her.

You! What is it you want?

Am I supposed to follow you?

All right, but only if you help me
find my daughter.

Wait! I can't follow you in this.

- Where are you?
- Where are you?

Here. Keep talking and I'll find you.

A cunning trickster.

You look disappointed.

Sorry, I just thought you might be a raven.

And I thought that you might be a hunter.

But unlike you, I'm not disappointed.

Say, I'll help you find your daughter

if you'll help me out of this trap.

How did you know
I'm looking for my daughter?

The raven told me.

What do you know about the raven?

Less than you, I'm sure.

Now, do we have a deal or don't we?

Yes. But no tricks.


Now how can you help me find my daughter?

Easy. By giving you a little push.

Why did you do that?
Help me!

Oh, but I did.

And now you must help yourself!

Are you crazy?

The current is too strong!

Then let the current take you.

What are you meshuggener bears doing?

Gee, Uncle Boris, Luc and me,

we was just trying to communicate
with the toad.

- Communicate with toad?
- Ribbit.

See there?
Luc just asked it if it's seen Aleu.

You bears are a bagel short of a bushel.

I don't know why I put up with you.

Sorry, Uncle Boris.
Do you still need us?

Yes. Like a hole in the head.

Now, close your mouths.

And keep nose out for them.

Now what?
You two have ants in pants?


Balto, can you hear me?


Don't worry, boychick!
Boris is coming!

What's happening, Uncle Boris?

I don't know.
I can't see nothing!



It's Aleu!


Answer me!

Boris, I've got Aleu's trail.

Go tell Jenna not to worry.
I'm going to find Aleu and bring her home.

Come, we do as Balto says
and go tell Jenna.

But, Uncle Boris,
Luc and me wanted to go on a journey.

I'm sorry, boys, but this journey
is for Balto and Aleu alone.

What do you mean he just ran off?

I mean he's got Aleu's scent.

Told me to tell you not to worry,
and away he went.

He's a wolf on a mission.

I'm going to help him look.

No, Jenna!

This is a journey for father and daughter.

You must have faith in them.

You're sure Balto has her trail?

And you're sure Balto's all right?

Don't worry, Jenna.
Remember, they are well equipped.

They are both part wolf.

Your fears.

I have no reason to fight the
wolverine clan. What do you want?

You invade our territory.
What do you want?

Only to pass through unharmed.
I'm looking for my daughter.

He's looking for his daughter.

And he's following a raven!

A raven? Why not a fox?
Or did she outwit you?

Tell me, are you afraid?


Come now.

Are you sure? Huh?

Okay, okay, I'm afraid.

Of course you are!

And you must listen to your fears.

Let them lead you back to the safety
of your cozy little home.

Look how he's giving in to the fear.


Soon he'll run home
like the whimpering dog that he is.

No! I'm afraid, but not of you!

I'm afraid for my daughter, and I
have to find her, so get out of my way!

Stop following the raven.

Go home, go home, go home.

It's like they were never here.

What am I doing?

I'm running away,
but I have no idea where I'm going.

I've got to get out of the sun.

Are you following me?

A cave.

At least it'll be dark and cool inside.

Praise for the breath of dawn.

Grass that we walked upon.

Praise for the river's whispered tune.

Praise for the wind brother.

Praise for the earth mother.

Praise for father sun and sister moon.

Praise for father sun.

And sister moon.

Hey-ya, hey-ya, hey-ya.

Hey-ya, hey-ya, hey-ya.

Your singing is quite beautiful!

Oh! Thank you.

Sometimes I just can't help myself.

I'm sorry.
Did I interrupt you?

Oh, no.

I love to hear wolves sing.
It's one of your specialties.

You also have
such a keen sense of smell.

Oh, such wonderful creatures you are!

I'm not a wolf.

Oh! Then that is why I'm not afraid of you.

Why should I be afraid of one
who does not know who she is?

I know who I am!
I am Aleu, daughter of Balto and Jenna,

who happens to be a purebred husky!

Who are you?

I am Muru, son of Kahoo and Quillaq.

Both of them simple field mice.

This answer tells us what we are,
but not who we are.

Okay. Then how do I find out who I am?

What are you doing? Wow!

I am shedding light where darkness lies.

When every creature in the world is born,

- a spirit stands beside them.
- Why?

To light their way
through the long, dark night,

- and sing them songs to guide them.
- Why?

Because each of us has a destiny
that sets us all apart.

The path is different for you and me,

but the journey begins in the heart.

You must go to the east.

Go to the west.

The road is rocky and the way is far.

It's a dangerous trail
A difficult quest.

If you want to know.

Who you really are.

There are forces all around you.

To comfort and to guide you.

Fathers and teachers.

Powerful creatures.

And a voice that sings inside you.

Or you can turn back around
Run along home.

Back to the place where your friends are.

Perhaps that is best
You need the rest.

Who wants to go on a ridiculous quest?

Unless you want to know.

You truly want to know.

Unless you want to know.

Who you really are.

Who are you?

Who are you?

Who are you?

Who are you?

Who are you?

Who are you?

Muru, are you my spirit guide?

Are you here to help me?

Have faith and trust in yourself,
and make the journey.

Muru? Muru?


Glad you're still speaking to me.

Save yourself, Papa!

What? And miss all the excitement?

Oh, no, you don't!


I'll hold him off.
You run for it.

No, I'll hold him off and you run for it.

There's no time to argue.
I'm your father. You do what I say!

And I say I'm too big to be ordered around!

How did you get so stubborn?

I take after you, remember?


Inner knowing.

- We've got to jump.
- But we'll be killed.

And we'll be killed if we don't.

I hope you're right.

You knew the ledge was here.

- Yeah, I did, sort of.
- How?

I looked at the bear.

No. I looked at his thoughts, and I saw it.

Why did you come and find me?

I came to bring you home, Aleu.

No. I don't wanna go home.

Not until I find out who I am.

That's ridiculous, Aleu.
You know who you are.

No. I know what I am, but not who I am.

And I'm not stopping until I find out.

Then I'm coming with you.

Oh, Papa.

It's saltwater.
Aleu, we're close to the ocean.

Come on!

I sure would like to know why
I keep seeing that raven.

You've been following a raven?

Ha. Yeah. I know it sounds dumb.

I've been seeing this raven in my dreams.

Your dreams?

I only followed it because
it promised to help me find you.

I've been seeing a raven too.

I wasn't sure if I was following it...

You think that could be them, Sumac?

Uh, It's beating me.
What do you think, Nuk? Huh? Huh?

I don't think.

I just eat.

It's more filling.

What are you waiting for?
Get them!

Okay, okay.

You don't have to yell.

Why a raven? Why here?

I wish I knew.

- What is it?
- Company.

And it doesn't smell friendly.

Let's get outta here.

- See anything?
- No.

Maybe I was wrong.
Look, Papa!

Wow, I love it here!
It's so wild! Come on!

Don't go out too far, Aleu.
The tide's coming in fast.

I'll be fine.

I don't like you being out here.
You could slip and fall.

Papa, you've got to stop worrying about me.

And start worrying about us.

Yes, us!

Because we're...


Right, Nuk?


Especially when I'm hungry!

Look. We don't want any trouble.

If this is your territory, we'll just go.

Sorry, but you are not going...

That's anywhere, fleabag.

Aleu, I hardly think this is the time
to be correcting his grammar.


At least we know the raven's on our side.

Come on. We can take 'em.



Bye-bye, doggie!


Aw. And I thought all doggies could swim.

Yeah, yeah!
And don't they all go to heaven?

Yeah, doggies go to heaven!

The tide is coming.
We gotta get out of here!

Get back there, you sniveling cowards!

But, Niju, the tide!

We'll drown!

Yes, there's always that chance.

But then if you don't take it,
I'll make sure you drown!

If those two live,
they'll take what's left of our food.


Clear a path for our visitors.


I will not let them go, Nava.

And I will not let you, an aging fool,
destroy us with your weakness!

I admire your passion, Niju.

But do not mistake my old age for weakness,

nor your youth for strength.

I ask again.

Will you clear the way for our visitors?


Someday your tricks
will not be enough to save you.

I am sorry it had to be this way, Niju.

Thanks for your help.

You're welcome.

But it is I who thank
you for coming at last.

You knew we were coming?

Of course.

It was I who sent for you.

My brothers and sisters,
our summer is almost passed.

And I have listened to the trees
and to the blades of grass,

and they have said this.

The caribou will not return this year.

Nor any other year,

for they have crossed the great water.

If we are to survive,

we must follow them.

Ha! The old one believes that trees
and grass can talk.

It is time to realize that our leader
has lost his ability to lead!

How dare you say that!

Yes. Nava has always led us well.


Let him speak.
It is his right.

Nava would have us leave the land

that has been our clan's home
for generations.

So what if the caribou
did not return this year?

This does not mean
they will not come again.

Niju could be right.

And he could be wrong.

If we do stay,
how will we survive without the caribou?

They bring us life.


We take what we need from other clans.

Steal from others?

It isn't right.

When you're hungry, there is no right!

Yes, there is a right,
our right to survive!

And if we eat the food of other clans,
what will they eat?

That is not our concern.

Is not the balance of our world
the concern of all?

If we steal from other clans, those
clans will be forced to steal as well.

Soon we will all be fighting
for less and less food.

Uh-oh. Less and less food?

That sounds bad, doesn't it, Sumac?

Oh, yeah, yeah.
Really bad.

Unless you're on diet.

Who's on a diet?

Aniu, the white wolf,
has come to me in dream visions,

and has told me what we must do.

She said we must move on,

and we must be led by the one
who is wolf and does not know.


Oh, look.
I'm flattered, really.

I mean, I've led a dog team before,
but never a wolf pack.

See here!

Our wise leader, who visits
with the great Aniu only in his dreams,

has brought a mutt to guide us.

What a mutt?

Beats me.

It's all right, Aleu.

His blood may be pure,
but his motives aren't.

I say Niju is afraid to
cross the great water.

I am not afraid!

But crossing the great water is impossible!

We cannot swim it.
We will all die!

So now I, Niju,

say Nava must step down

and let a true leader take his place.

I will step down, Niju,

when a true leader takes my place.

Show yourself, Nava.
Your magic tricks will not stop me!

I will be a leader who does not depend
on foolish dreams!

Those who will,

follow me!

How did you do that?

I simply became one with the tree.

If I tried that, I'd get splinters.

Would you teach me?

It is a thing that cannot be taught.

One just knows.

But now we must speak of
how you will lead us to the caribou.

Nava, I don't understand
how I can lead you anywhere.


I had these dreams,
but I don't even know what they mean.

Each of us has a unique gift.

Perhaps your dreams show us the way.

Nava must be right.

This has gone too far, Aleu,
and it isn't our battle.

But, Papa, I saw caribou.

Look. This could get very dangerous.

Despite my dreams...

Or anything else,
I will not put you in any danger.

But this isn't just about us anymore, Papa.

This is about something bigger.

Don't you see?
We're supposed to help them.

I'm sorry,

but whether I stay or go
should be my decision.

That wind is a sign that
winter's coming early.

Your mother will be worried sick.

We both leave in the morning.

A star dies, and another is born.

All is a great dance of balance.

You have questions.

Why is Niju so against moving the clan?

What is he afraid of?

Niju is not a coward.

He is not afraid to die.

But he is afraid of change.

He would rather face starvation
than leave the land he believes is ours.

This world through which we wander.

Is wonderful and strange.

The only truth we can really know.

Is that everything will change.

Like the rain that fills the ocean.

Like the storm that shakes the pine.

We are all a part.

Of the grand design.

This has been our home forever.

This is where the clan belongs.

We were born beside this river.

And we filled the night with songs.

We must fight for what belongs to us.

What is yours and what is mine.

We are all the masters of our own design.

The land no more belongs to us.

Than the eagle owns the sky.

We must fight for our survival.

If we don't we'll surely die.

We are one with what surrounds us.

Brothers to all we see.

Hey-ya, hey-ya, hey-ya
Hey-ya, hey-ya, hey-ya.

We are wolves
We take what we need.

To stay alive and free.

The one thing we will surely learn.

As we walk the path of time.

That no one can ever rise above.

We are wolves
The masters of.

We are all a part.

Of the grand design.

Hey-ya, hey-ya, hey-ya.

Hey-ya, hey-ya, hey-ya.

Hey-ya, hey-ya, hey-ya.

Hey-ya, hey-ya, hey-ya.

Hey-ya, hey-ya, hey-ya.

Hey-ya, hey-ya, hey-ya.

Hey-ya, hey-ya, hey-ya.

We strike the bear clan first!

You're not striking anyone, Niju.

You're outnumbered, half-breed.


Nava is right, Aleu.

Following the caribou is choosing life.

I can't ignore my dreams any longer.

Your dreams will lead to our deaths!

No! I've seen it too, Niju.

We must follow the
caribou across the water.

Staying here would mean
starvation for the clan.

- Hear that?
- She has seen it too.

Maybe Niju is the fool!

I've heard enough!

You will not stop us.
Take them!


Aniu told me the time to leave would come

with the great breaking of the ice.

But more than that I do not know.

The ice floes are lining up.

It's like they're making a bridge or...

A bridge to the caribou!

Last winter, the caribou crossed

an ice bridge to land on the other side.

And now that bridge is forming again.

Now I understand.

If we're to cross, we must go now!

The old one spoke the truth about Balto.
We must go!

I'm running now!
This is me running!

And just where do you think
you three are going?

Um, I know I don't usually
make thinking a habit,

but Nava is right.

Besides, I'm hungry!

Come on, boys.
Let's go find some caribou!

Get back here! I order you!

The ice pack will only hold
for a short time.

Buddy up, then stick with your partner
in case either of you needs help.

I'll lead. Mush!

I mean, move out!


You'll all die!


- Let them go!
- Aleu!


Aleu! Are you all right?

Yes. You go on with the rest of the pack.
I'll get Nava.

Be careful, Aleu.

The old ways will die
along with you, old one.



I will teach you to mind your place!

My place?


Leave her be!


You should be with the rest of the clan.

You've got to lead them across.

I will, once I take care of him.

We must go.


No one's going anywhere!

But the clan...

They've chosen their fate!

Now they will die!

Nava, Aleu and I can hold Niju off
while you get to the clan.

They need someone to lead them.

But, Papa,
Nava won't be able to make the swim.

She is right.
Only my spirit is strong now.

You wanted to be a leader, Niju.

Well, now's your chance. Go!

But I won't.

I'll never leave our land!



I can help you swim over, Nava.

No. You're right.
You won't make it.

- I'll go.
- No.

You don't belong here, Papa.

You belong home with my mother.

But I do belong here.

It's my destiny.

Aniu told me it would be

the one who is wolf but does not know.

I believed it was you, but I was wrong.

It is your daughter.

Are you sure?

It's just...

So hard to let my baby go.

Papa, I'm not your...


so I'll always be your baby.

Good-bye, Papa.

Tell Mom I finally found my home.

Good-bye, daughter.

She will be a great leader.

And now it is time for you to go home.

What about you?

You're alone now.
Where will you go?

I will find Niju.

We are still a clan,

and would not be whole without each other.

Good-bye, my brother.

Huh. Now what?

Only the journey home, my son.

Aniu? You're my...

Good-bye to you, too, Mother.

Somebody wants you Somebody needs you.

Someone is searching for your heart alone.

Someone is dreaming
Waiting and watching.

Someone is coming to take you home.

Time, it will fly like
the sun through the sky.

And what once was hello.

Turns to good-bye.

Tomorrow is here now
Sings in your ear now.

Child of my heart
Your life is your own.

Never you fear now.

Your path is clear now.

Someone who loves you.

Someone who loves you.

Is taking you home