Virgin River (2019–…): Season 2, Episode 2 - full transcript


I'm sorry, can I-- Can I help you?

I'm hurt!

I can see that.

I need oxy.

We don't keep narcotics on the premises,

but I can take a look at your eye.
It looks like it hurts.

That's why I need the damn oxy.

[clears throat nervously]

-Where do you think you're going?
-We don't have what you want.

If you're lying, bitch, I'll kill you.


-[Mel yelling]


[Mel screams]

[door knob rattling]


[Mel] Jack!

[man grunting]

[screams, gasps]

-All right, why don't you drop the knife?
-Stay back.

[Jack] Listen, I'll tell you what,
you let her go,

you can walk right out of here, okay?

Not without the drugs.


-She's lying. I know she has some.
-No, you're right.

-How about I help you look for 'em?


-[Jack grunts]
-[Mel yelps, whimpers]



Hey, you okay?

Yeah, I'm okay.

-Oh God.
-Can you stand?

Yeah. I think so.

-Yeah, I can.

[moans] Ow!



[Jack] It's all right.
Just gotta catch your breath.


Just take a breath.

[sighs loudly]

That's better.

I'm okay.


[inhales sharply]


Oh, it's my fault
for not locking the back door.

[sighs] So stupid.

Well, you know what?

We shouldn't have to keep the door locked.
Not here.

-[lock clicks]

-Drugs, huh?
-Yeah, oxy.



-You hurt your ankle?
-Yeah, I just tweaked it a little bit.

That could have been
a hell of a lot worse, Mel.

It could've, but it wasn't.

[clears throat]

I need to get home. I can't...

Well, look, I'll drive you.

-Okay. I got it.

I'm okay.

[inhales sharply] No.


Okay. I got you.

Lean on me.


-All right. Come on.

I'll call Doc from the car.

He can call the sheriff. Okay?

[theme music playing]

Well, you don't have any ice,
but you are stocked on frozen vegetables.

So I'm using peas.


Yeah, I don't know
how those ended up in there.

One day they just showed up.

Well, Doc bought 'em for Hope
after her heart attack.

She was never gonna eat 'em,
so she stashed 'em there

so that he wouldn't find them
in the trash.

-[laughs] Wait. Are you serious?

How do you know that?

She told me.

A while back.

Oh. She truly has no boundaries.

Well, look, I'm the last person
that should be defending Hope,

but you got to admit, it's kind of sweet
that she didn't want to hurt his feelings.

Oh, look at you finding a positive way
to frame Hope's lunacy.

You know, you don't have to do that.

-I can just wrap it myself.
-No, come on, look.

The longer you stay off this,
the better it's gonna feel in the morning.

You're gonna need some ibuprofen
to get that swelling down.

Oh, I have a bottle in the cupboard
to the left of the sink above the toaster.

[cell phone vibrates]

[Jack] Doc's already called the sheriff.

A knife fight and the sheriff.

Maybe tomorrow we can pan for gold.

You sure you're okay?

Yeah, it wasn't... it wasn't a big deal.

You know...

-Oh, sorry.
-Here. Let me...

I just...

[Jack sighs]

I should get going.
Let you get some sleep.

[Mel] Okay.

Thank you.

You're welcome.

[door opens]

-[door closes]

Why aren't you packing?

Because we're not done talking.

I said all I needed to say.

But I haven't.

All right.

We can talk on the drive back to Florida.


I'm gonna take a shower.

By the way...

don't even think about
doing something stupid

because the next time I find you...

I'm not gonna be so nice.

So-- So Hope agreed to this?

Oh, she had a few caveats.

And they're both on board?

[door opens]

Well, we're about to find out.





the sheriff have any leads?

No, he thinks the attack
was probably an isolated incident.

And if it wasn't?

You know, they don't have many resources,
but he promises to do his best.

-Doing his best isn't good enough.
-Fortunately, Mel wasn't seriously hurt.

Yeah, but we need to do somethin'.

Not sure what we can do
but beef up security.

I can install a deadbolt on the back door.

-That sounds good.
-And there's somebody I can call who...

might be able to help.

-How's your ankle?
-It's better. Thanks.

Oh, Mel,
I wanted to apologize for yesterday.

I know you were just trying to help.

I understand.

You know, you're under a lot of stress.


And fortunately, I was able
to find a place for you to stay in town.

-Oh, that's great. Where?
-Hope has offered up her guest--


[Mel] Now, listen. Just hear me out.

You know living alone isn't always easy,

and I think Hope's really looking forward
to having your company.

[laughing] Oh, come on.

And Doc and I
will handle all communication,

and she knows you're still upset,
so she will respect your privacy.

-[Doc] Look, every place else,

including the bar,
is either too far from the clinic

or has stairs which are dangerous

considering Charmaine
often feels lightheaded.

-And what about the Fitches?

They're booked for a month.

Here's the bottom line,
we need to get you hydrated,

or you're gonna end up in a hospital.


It really is the best option.


Yeah. I mean, if you guys say so.

Thanks, Doc.


All right.
Tell Hope we'll be over in a few hours.

-All right, yeah.

You'll see they'll all get along.

Oh, I know you don't believe that.

[gentle instrumental music playing]

You really did a great job
getting this room ready for Charmaine.

All I did was turn on the lights.

Well, your assistance is invaluable.

Frankly, I'm shocked Charmaine and Jack
agreed to this scheme of yours.

It's not a scheme.

It is a home-based wellness plan

designed to ensure that Charmaine
has a healthy pregnancy.

I stopped listening
after "home-based wellness."

Speaking of listening,

I'm gonna need you
to give Jack some space.

What's that supposed to mean?

Oh, just... you know,

let Doc and I handle any communication.

I thought Charmaine staying here

meant that things between Jack and me
are back to normal.

They will be eventually.


Can you hand me those pillows?

Are you telling me
that Jack is still upset?

No, that's not what I'm saying.

What exactly are you saying?

[doorbell ringing]

Just remember
that the situation is temporary, okay?

Which situation are you talking about?

I'll get it, limpy.


In the words
of the late Benjamin Franklin,

guests, like fish,
begin to smell after three days.

Why don't I show you to your room?


[clears throat] I'm gonna grab
Charmaine's bags from the truck.

Jack, I know you're mad at me.

Can we please talk about this?

I've said what I want to say.

And I've apologized every way I know how.
I don't know what else to do.

-Hope, I forgave you weeks ago.
-You did?

So you're not upset with me?


I just don't want you involved
in my personal life anymore, okay?

Got it. No more interfering.

[Jack] Uh...

I said "involved."

What's the difference?

Well, interfering is
when you're disrupting what's going on,

and involved is when you're--
Well, it's when you're part of something.

So you're saying
you don't want me in your life?

I... [sighs]

I've always thought of you
as family, and...

families are in each other's business
because they love each other.

You've been my family,

and I'm thankful for that.

But for me, family is about...


I just don't feel
like I can trust you right now.

I thought you said
Hope was excited to have me.

Well, she is, but you know her.
She just doesn't want to seem needy.

And what was that about three days?

Oh, she was just kidding.

You can stay here
until you're back on your feet.

Why don't I get you a glass of water?


You need a hand?

I'm good.

Look, I know this isn't ideal.

No matter how sweet she's being,

Hope is always trying
to get what she wants.

Trying to keep her out of my life
is like pushing water uphill.




You just painted
a very accurate description

of Hope's essence, that's all.

-Well, it's not funny.

She's trying to make things up to you
by doing something helpful for Charmaine.

Just cut her a little slack.

I am.

I'm civil.

Jack, she is trying.

Yeah, well, sometimes trying isn't enough.

Gosh, you're being a little harsh.
Don't you think?

Hold up.

You're calling me harsh?

I just said you're being harsh.

Well, you want to know what harsh is?

Walking out on someone
without an explanation.

That's harsh.


We're hitting the road.

We're not leaving.


Michelle, what did you just say to me?

I said...

we're not leaving.

What are you gonna do?

You gonna call the cops?

Oh, wait. [chuckles]

I'm a cop, and you're a fugitive.

I didn't kidnap Christopher.

Law doesn't see it that way.

He's my son.

I'm protecting him.

You think a judge is gonna believe you?

Don't you think he's gonna wanna know

why there's a restraining order
against you?

Because you lied!

Not according
to the domestic battery report I filed.

So you're not exactly
in a position to call the shots.


Go get my son.

[choking] No.


I'll do it myself.



[dull thud]


[Christopher] Mom?

Oh, my God.

Oh, sorry. Ooh, I'll take that from you.

-Lemon, please.

Yes, I'll get you your lemon.

Hey, when are we gonna get
that replacement for Brady?

Well, Jack says he is looking.

Okay, 'cause that sewing circle
is gonna kill me.

Hey, you're a good soldier.

Yeah, at least I'll be ready
for boot camp.

-Hey, Preach.

What can I getcha?

Well, I'll have my usual,
but with mustard instead of mayo.

Oh, branching out, I see.

-Yeah, thought I'd switch things up.

I'll, uh, get you guys cutlery
in just a second.

I don't know what I'm gonna do with her.

Oh, my.

Is that the niece who's always in trouble?

Lizzie. That girl.

She's more destructive
than a tornado in June.

Wasn't she arrested?

My brother-in-law
is a bigwig attorney in Los Angeles.

-He got the charges dropped.

Not doing her any favors, if you ask me.

They should have let her
sit in jail for a few days.

I bet that would
have gotten her attention. [chuckles]

Well, excuse me, ladies.

I'll be right back.

Now what's she up to?

Hope gave her the go-ahead
to ask Doc out for a date.

Hope says they're getting divorced
for real this time.

I can't keep up.


[Ricky] Oh! Yeah, okay.

-Oh, just a sec.

You have got
a little something right here.

[Doc] Thank you.

-Here you go.
-Thank you, Ricky.

You know that Preacher
adds a dash of peppercorns to his mustard.

It's a little too much
for a lot of people, but I quite like it.

-That is pretty good.

Do you cook?

Oh, not so much. No.

I eat most of my meals here.

Oh. Hope doesn't feed you?

No. Oh, sure she does. Um...


When she's in the mood.

I'm always in the mood...

to cook, that is,

and it's such a shame
because I waste so much food.

I mean, being single.

You know, a couple of sets of Tupperware
would fix that right up.

No, you see, I find that all
of my leftovers go dry in those things.

That's because Tupperware isn't airtight.

Double wrap the food in cellophane
before you put it in the container.

-Yes, that is incredibly insightful.

[laughing] Thank you.

Well, um, I should get back to the girls.

Very nice chatting with you.

Yeah, you too.
Now, don't forget to get that cellophane.

-I won't.


In fact...

if you're up for it,

I am slow cooking a pork roast
at the house.

Would you like to join me
for dinner this evening?

Well, you... I don't know. I--

You could show me
the correct way to double wrap.

Sure. I... I would love to.


There's my cell should you need to call,

and, uh, cocktails, 5:30 sharp.

[Preacher] So...

how's Hope gonna feel about that?

Oh. Oh, she'll be thrilled.

[cell phone ringing]

Hey, Paige. Listen, we're kind of slammed
at the moment.

Can I call you back?


[breathing shakily]

Can you come over?

What? Is Christopher okay?

Yeah, yeah, he's fine.

Um, I just dropped him off at Lilly's.

It's me. I need you.


It's urgent.

Okay, I'll be there as soon as I can.

Okay. Hurry.

Damn it.

[cell phone ringing]

Hey, Mike. What are you up to?

Hoping to bust a meth lab.

-[Jack] Just another day at the office?
-[Mike] Pretty much.

-How's everything else?

Met a girl through my pastor.

Well, they say third time's a charm.

Hey, man, look,
just 'cause you're still single...

Hey, easy now.

Anyway, you calling
to shore up plans for the reunion?

I was actually calling about work.

-Yours or mine?

Some addict pulled a knife
on our town nurse.


What do you need me to do?

Ask around. I think a guy
by the name of Calvin might be involved.

I'll email you the info I have,
but it's not much.

I need to know if this is a one-off
or if we have ourselves a new problem.

I'll do my thing,
and then I'll get back to you.

I appreciate it.


-Uh, Jack?

That nurse, how pretty is she?

Goodbye, Mike.


I gotta run to Paige's.

Can it wait? I gotta get
Charmaine's medicine over to Hope's.

No, uh...

It's an emergency.


All right, you go.
Just get back as soon as you can, yeah?

[line ringing]

-[Ricky on phone] Hi, Jack.
-Oh, Ricky,

I need you to hold down the fort
till I get back.

You sure? It's just me and Sam.

Yeah, I know, but the lunch rush is over.

Yeah, I'll do my best.

All right,
I'll be back before you know it.

[vacuum cleaner whirring loudly]

Hope? Are you almost finished?


[indistinct conversation on television]

[Charmaine] Hope!

What, dear?

The vacuuming is giving me a headache.

Sorry, I've got a lot of area to cover.

Well, can you at least change the channel?

Give me a second.

I see you no longer
feel the need to knock.

What's going on in here?

Just enjoying a little me time.

Uh-huh. Yeah.

[vacuum stops]

More like trying
to drive your house guest crazy.

Charmaine told me
you said I wanted company

because I'm old and lonely.

No, I never said old.

Exactly what game
are you playing here, missy?

I simply took a page
from the Hope McCrea playbook.

You used it to lure me here
to Virgin River,

and I used it to get Charmaine
to stay with you.

I believe you've been "Hoped."

I'll have you know, I did what I had to do

to secure medical assistance
for Virgin River.

And I'm doing what I have to do
to ensure the health of my patient.

Well, when this whole thing blows up,

and trust me, it will,

it'll be your fault.



I can't stay here.
Hope's giving me a migraine.

Yeah, she does that to people.

It's okay. I just talked to her.

-How are you feeling?
-Less nauseated than yesterday.

-I mean, as long as I'm lying down.

Well, at least you're not getting worse.
So, you know, that's positive.

I brought you some low-sodium
chicken broth in the Thermos.

And for dessert, some magazines.

Yeah, I don't think
I can keep anything down.

Well, just try.

Okay. Thanks for the magazines.

You're welcome.

I'm gonna go get you
a fresh glass of water and a spoon.


-What was that about?

Oh, nothing.
Um, you left your medicine in my truck.

Oh, I'm sorry.

No problem.

So what happened with Mel?

-Jack, you couldn't even look at her.

Did you guys get into a fight?


No, it, uh...

I don't know.

What do you mean you don't know?
You either got into a fight,

or you didn't.

So, was it something she did
or something she said?

It really doesn't matter.

Fine. I just hate to see you upset.

I'm fine. Thanks.

And you're absolutely right, by the way.

The only thing that matters is our baby.
Come here.

Come on.

This is unacceptable. I mean...

What is?

I... I can't find the spoons.

Oh, bottom drawer on the right.


Who keeps their silverware
in the bottom drawer?

The same woman who keeps her coffee
next to the cleaning supplies.

[Mel] Ow.

-That doesn't make any sense.
-Oh, it does to Hope.

So how is Charmaine?

She is doing about the same.

Let's go in and run her vitals.

I wanna make sure
her blood pressure is stable.

Listen, Jack is here right now,
so I'd rather just wait until he leaves.

Tell him to leave.

I mean, I have a patient
coming by the clinic in an hour.

Would you do it?

We're not talking right now.

Why not?

You know what?
I don't want to get into it.

Fine. Fine by me. Okay.

Thank you. Those are for Charmaine.


Can I give you a piece of advice?


In my experience,
when you let something simmer too long,

eventually it'll boil over
and extinguish your pilot light.

That's quite poetic.

Well, I have been known
to dabble with the written word.

Really? I didn't know that.

Oh, yeah,
I entered college as an English major.

Wow. What made you change to medicine?

My dad. He was a small-town doctor.

I saw the good he did,
and I wanted to do the same.

Well, that is incredibly generous of you.

To give up something to help others.

Well, don't get all gooey now.
I do have a reputation to uphold.

Oh, right. Right.

Thank you.

[Doc] Yeah.


[Preacher] Paige?

I got here as soon as I could.

What happened to your face?



Uh, that... that's my ex, Wes.

It was an accident. I swear.

He was trying
to get into Christopher's room,

and I was just trying to stop him.
And you believe me, don't you?

Yeah. Yeah, of course. Of course.

Okay, because I'm gonna call the sheriff,
and I will turn myself in.

Paige, don't... don't worry, all right?

The sheriff will understand
that you didn't mean to kill him.

No, no, no, no. Remember, Wes is a cop.

He has buddies in the Tampa DA's office.

If they catch wind of this,
they're gonna arrest me for sure.

-Why would you think that?
-Because they always believed him over me.

Just a few weeks
before Christopher and I left,

he had a restraining order against me.

That's why I need you to take Christopher.

Take two of them tonight
and then one every four hours tomorrow.

-Thank you, Doc.

Afternoon, Hope.



Someone could walk in.

With Charmaine at your house,

there's running out of places for us
to be together.

Feel free to blame Ms. Monroe for that.

She's just trying
to do right by her patient.

I suppose I can last a few more days.

It's gotta be another week.

Mel is sneakier
than a snake in the Garden of Eden.

I'd go with smarter than a fox.



Is something the matter?

I spoke with Jack earlier.


I don't think things between us
will ever be the same.

Oh, no... I don't think that's true.

He sounded like his mind was made up.

Time heals all wounds.

I mean, look at you and me.

Would you have imagined us
ever getting back together?

No. In fact, I specifically remember

swearing to never let you
darken my doorstep again.


So why are you all dressed up?

[Doc] Oh, I'm not.

[Hope] Your belt matches your shoes.

Oh, I didn't notice.

You going somewhere?

I am having dinner with Muriel.

She asked you? Already?

You better not be taking her for lobster.

I believe she is cooking a pork roast.

At her house?

I'm pretty sure
that's where her kitchen is.

The nerve of that woman.

Next thing you know, she'll be
inviting you to move in with her.

It's just dinner.

That's exactly what she wants you
to think.

Look, this was all your idea.

I'm willing to cancel the whole thing.

No. The best way to make sure
the town isn't looking at us

is to have them looking at you two.
Stay the course.


Whatever you say, dear.

All right, look, I can watch Christopher

while this whole thing
gets sorted out, but...

You're not listening to me.
I'm going to jail.

But he attacked you.
I mean, not the other way around.

You don't understand.

Wes made sure that everyone thought
that I was the aggressor,

that I was the crazy one.

Then I'll talk to the sheriff.
I'll tell him what you've been through.

It won't matter.

He's a cop.

There's a warrant out for my arrest.
I've been living under an assumed name.

-No one is going to believe me.
-You know what? This isn't right.

[Paige] Yeah, but it's reality.



I don't have any family
that can take Christopher,

and I don't want him
to end up in foster care

where he's gonna be all alone.

Or, God forbid, with Wes's deranged family
which would be even worse.

So I just, I need you to do this for me.

I know it's a lot to ask,
but I need you to take Christopher.

You are the only person that I trust.

If you turn yourself in,
he'll become a ward of the state.

I'll have no control
over what happens to him.


I don't know what I was thinking.

You were thinking
about protecting your son.

You may not know this about me,

but I believe
there is nothing more righteous

than defending those
who can't defend themselves.

It's why I became a Marine,

and it is a code
that I live by every day as a civilian.

Now I want you to go upstairs,

you pack your things,
you pick up Christopher from Lilly's.

You leave Virgin River.

What about Wes's body? They're gonna know
I had something to do with it.

No, I'll take care of that.

-No, you'd be implicating yourself.
-Your son needs you.

-No, I can't let you--
-Now, listen...

now you pack
what will only fit in your trunk.

We don't need Lilly
seeing your car full of suitcases.

It'll only raise suspicion.

You'd be guilty of covering up a crime.

There are situations
that warrant operating outside the law.

This is one of them.



Okay. I'll call you
as soon as we get across state lines.

No. No.

You need to disappear completely.

All right, give me your phone.

I'm sorry for dragging you into this.

You and Christopher,
you didn't do anything wrong.

Wes was a dangerous man,

and you will never, ever
have to fear him again.

Thank you.

[dialing phone]

This is Jack. Leave a message.

Hey, it's me.

Yeah, listen,
everything with Paige worked out.

She just has to leave town
for a family emergency

and needed help
shutting off the main water valve.

So I'm just gonna stop by my house,

and, um, I'll be back
to go through the receipts.

Okay. Bye.

Right on time.

I, uh, brought you this.

-Box of cellophane. Thank you.
-[Doc chuckles] No...

-I love it.
-You're welcome.

Where are my manners? Please come in.

[soft jazz playing on speakers]

-Here we go.

So, what should we toast to?



To good friends
getting to know each other even better.

[clears throat]

Shall we sit?


-[Muriel sighs]
-[Doc clears throat]

Do you play?


Yeah, but a long, long time ago.

-Helped me through medical school.

Yeah, the study group and I
must have played thousands of games.

Why backgammon?

Well, it kept our minds
engaged in something tactical

without being overly complicated,
and sometimes we played for money.

-I did win a little money.

[chuckling] I bet you did.


Would you like to play?

-Hmm. Okay.

You set up the board,

and I'll go and fetch the bottle of wine
and the baked brie.

And what color do you want to be,
brown or white?

Take your pick. Whichever you prefer.



This has to stop.

-You being pissed at me.


Come on. Today at Hope's,
you wouldn't even look at me.

Oh, boy. All right.
Listen, if you're here to yell at me,

the least you can do is buy me a drink.

No, I'm just here to clear the air
so we can move on with our lives.

Oh, you want to move on with your life?

-Yeah, that's what I just said.

And how are you gonna do that?

By getting everything out in the open

so we could just go back
to the way things were.

Oh no, no, you can't go back.

Doesn't work that way.

[Mel sighs]


[Jack sighs]

I am sorry that I left
without telling you.

You sorry you came back
without telling me?

Yes, I am. I'm sorry.

Do you accept my apology?


So are we back to being friends?


-Jack, what do you want from me?
-I want you to be honest.

-I am.
-No, not with me, with yourself.

You say you wanna move forward
with your life,

yet you're not willing
to open yourself up to anyone.

-What am I supposed to make of that?
-Oh, I'm sorry.

What makes you an expert on me
or relationships, Jack?

You've never been married.

Okay, you've never buried a spouse.

You have no idea what that feels like.

I have buried people I love, okay?

People who haunt me to this day,
so don't tell me I don't understand hurt.

And we both have that in our pasts.
That doesn't mean we can't have a future.

You have a chance.

You have a chance
to move on right now with me.

Do you think I like feeling like this?

I'm never gonna see my husband again.

Jack, I'm never gonna hold my daughter.

Letting myself love you means

that I risk losing one more person
I can't live without,

and I can't--

Mel, I'm not going anywhere.

-You can't promise that.

I know. Come on. At some point,
you have to just take a leap of faith.

I had nothing but faith
when I met my husband.

I... I thought we were gonna, you know,

live the rest of our lives together,
have this beautiful family.

I'm sorry, but I can't get hurt again.
Okay? I'm not that strong.

Are you too scared to even take a chance?


Jack, you belong with someone else.


I don't want someone else. I want you.

I can't do this. I'm sorry.


[engine sputtering]

Come on.

-Come on! [grunts]
-[engine sputtering]




[door opens]

["Reality" by DYAN playing]

Come on.

♪ If I held on for too long ♪

♪ Well, then, I held on ♪

I know.

I know.

[engine stops]

[song fades]

You okay?




Tomorrow, I'll call Bert
and have him tow your car.

It's probably just the alternator.

["Where It Stays" by Charlotte OC playing]

[door opens]

So I got your car key,
but you'll probably need these.

♪ I never knew I would cry
When I heard your name ♪

♪ And now I'm running to your heart
'Cause I feel the pain ♪

♪ We found the devil in our love
We found the way ♪

♪ Why do I feel like
You're with me everywhere I lay? ♪

♪ Tell me where your heart is
Tell me where you keep it ♪

♪ Tell me where it stays ♪

♪ Tell me where your heart is
Tell me where you keep it ♪

♪Tell me where it stays ♪

♪ It feels like a ghost
Is walking on my grave ♪

♪ If only you knew how long I'd wait ♪

♪ Oh, oh, oh, oh, hey ♪

♪ Whoa, yeah, oh, oh, oh, oh, hey ♪

♪ When we're not together
I'm so afraid ♪

♪ When we're not together
I'm so afraid ♪

♪ Tell me where your heart is
Tell me where you keep it ♪

♪ Tell me where it stays ♪

♪ Oh, tell me where your heart is
Tell me where you keep it ♪

♪Tell me where it stays ♪

♪ Tell me where your heart is
Tell me where you keep it ♪

♪ Tell me where it stays ♪

♪ Oh, tell me where your heart is
Tell me where you keep it ♪

♪Tell me where it stays ♪

♪ Tell me where your heart is
Tell me where you keep it ♪

♪ Tell me where it stays ♪

♪ Tell me where your heart is
Tell me where you keep it ♪

♪Tell me where it stays ♪

♪ Oh, tell me where your heart is
Tell me where you keep it ♪

♪ Tell me where it stays ♪

♪ Tell me where your heart is
Tell me where you keep it ♪

♪Tell me where it stays ♪