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Movie Date: July 18, 2008

I have a dream

  
A song to sing

  
To help me cope

  
With anything

  
If you see the wonder

  
Of a fairy tale

  
You can take the future

  
Even if you fail.

  
Sam Carmichael.

  
Bill Anderson.

  
Harry Bright.

  
Gentlemen, I have to go.

  
Thank you very much. Take care.

  
Morning, Rodney.

  
Taxi!

  
JFK, please, as quick as you can.

  
Oh, my God! Oh, my God!

  
I missed you. Oh, no...

  
We're...
- We're...

  
ALL: Sophie, Ali, Lisa!
We're the greatest, bestest mates!

  
I'm tough.
- I'm tall.

  
I'm tiny.
- ALL: And we're gonna rock this place.

  
Sophie, it's beautiful.
- I want one.

  
He did well, didn't he?

  
I'm getting married tomorrow.

  
I'm so glad you're here,

  
because I have a secret
and I can't tell anybody else.

  
Sophie, you're knocked up?
- No! No! No!

  
I've invited my dad to my wedding.

  
You are joking!

  
You found him at last?
- No! No, no, no, no, no, not exactly.

  
Okay. You know what my mom always said
when I asked about my father.

  
It was a summer romance,

  
and he'd gone long before she realised
that she was expecting me.

  
And I'd always kind of accepted that
that's all I'd ever know.

  
Well, I was ransacking some old trunks
and I found this.

  
It's the diary she kept
the year she was pregnant with me.

  
Sophie!

  
'July 17th. What a night!'

  
I don't know if I want to hear this!
- I do!

  
'Sam rowed me over to the little island.'

  
That's here. That's Kalokairi.

  
'We danced on the beach,
and we kissed on the beach,

  
'and dot, dot, dot.'

  
What?

  
'Dot, dot, dot.'
That's what they did in the olden days.

  
Stop it!

  
'Sam's the one. I know he is.

  
'I've never felt like this before.'

  
Honey, honey

  
How he thrills me Honey, honey

  
Honey, honey

  
Nearly kills me Honey, honey

  
I've heard about him before

  
I wanted to know some more

  
And now I know what they mean

  
He's a love machine

  
Oh, he makes me dizzy

  
Honey, honey Let me feel it

  
Honey, honey

  
Honey, honey Don't conceal it

  
Honey, honey

  
The way that you kiss good night

  
The way that you kiss me good night

  
The way that you hold me tight

  
The way that you're holding me tight

  
I feel like I wanna sing

  
When you do your thing

  
So this guy Sam's your father!
- The plot thickens.

  
'All this time, Sam's been telling me
he loves me,

  
'and now he's announced
that he's engaged,

  
'so he's gone home to get married,

  
'and I'm never going to see him again.'

  
Poor Donna.

  
'August 4th. What a night!

  
'Bill rented a motorboat,
and I took him over to the little island.'

  
Bill? Sophie, wait.
- Hang on.

  
'Though I'm still obsessed with Sam,

  
'Bill's so wild. He's such a funny guy.

  
'One thing led to another,

  
'and dot, dot, dot.'

  
'August 11th.
Harry turned up, out of the blue,

  
'so I said I'd show him the island.

  
'He's so sweet and understanding,
I couldn't help it and

  
'dot, dot, dot!'
- Dot, dot, dot!

  
Oh, my God!
- Here come the bridesmaids.

  
Donna!

  
Look at you!

  
God! Stop growing!

  
You sound like you're having fun already.
- Oh, we are.

  
I used to have fun.

  
Oh, we know!

  
Honey, honey Touch me, baby

  
Honey, honey

  
Honey, honey Hold me, baby

  
Honey, honey

  
You look like a movie star

  
But I love just who you are

  
And, honey, to say the least

  
You're a doggone beast

  
Bugger!

  
My sentiments exactly.

  
So, who is your dad?

  
Sam, Bill or Harry?
- I don't know.

  
But which one did you invite?

  
Oh, my God!
- Oh, my God!

  
Do they know?

  
What would you write to a total stranger?

  
'Please come to my wedding,
you might be my father'? No.

  
They think that Mom sent the invites,
and with what's in here,

  
no surprise they said yes!

  
Honey, honey How you thrill me

  
Honey, honey

  
Honey, honey Nearly kill me

  
Honey, honey

  
I'd heard about you before

  
I wanted to know some more

  
And now I'm about to see

  
What you mean to me

  
I'm trying to get to Kalokairi.
When's the next ferry?

  
What?
- Monday.

  
Bollocks!
- Yeah, my sentiments exactly.

  
Bride or groom?

  
Bride, although I've
actually never met her.

  
BILL: Ahoy, there.

  
You guys need a ride to Kalokairi?

  
Excuse me, coming through.

  
I have a senior citizen
with me. Thank you.

  
My mother needs a perch.

  
Mother? We're the same age.

  
Yeah. Well, parts of us are.

  
Sailor.

  
No.

  
TANYA: Oh, he has your book!

  
Oh...

  
Stavros, Stavros.

  
Stavros.

  
It's just a fish.

  
You are so clever.

  
We're going to look fabulous tomorrow.

  
I want the perfect wedding,
and I want my father to give me away.

  
Better be a wide aisle.

  
I will know my father
as soon as I see him.

  
Sky! Come here, gorgeous.

  
SKY: Put me down.
I'm getting married tomorrow.

  
Please be careful.

  
So?
There are pins in the dresses.

  
What do you think?

  
Oh, yes!

  
'Oh, yes.' If you had your way,

  
it'd be a three-minute wedding
in jeans and T-shirts,

  
washed down with a bottle of beer.

  
You make me sound so unromantic!

  
I just thought we should save
our money for travelling.

  
Well, we're not going anywhere yet.

  
Anyway, please leave.
We're very, very busy.

  
I'm just getting some props for tonight.

  
LISA AND ALI: Ooh!

  
For his bachelor party.

  
Why haven't you told him
you've invited your dads?

  
Because he would say that
I'd have to tell my mom.

  
Donna's absolutely gonna kill you
when she finds out.

  
By the time she finds
out, it'll be too late.

  
I feel like there's a part of me missing,

  
and when I meet my dad,

  
everything will fall into place.

  
BILL: More open!
HARRY: I'm on it. I'm on it.

  
That's good.

  
That's it.

  
Come on, Cleopatra.

  
My shoe!

  
Will you look at what the tide washed in?

  
For one night.
- And one night only.

  
Donna and the Dynamos!
- Donna and the Dynamos!

  
Look at you!

  
You baby!
- Look at you!

  
You look fantastic!

  
You look like an old hippie!

  
She looks fab.

  
These are new, though.
Where did you get these?

  
Husband number three!

  
Dynamos! Dynamite!
- Dynamos! Dynamite!

  
ALL: Sleep all day and...

  
All night!

  
TANYA: So, any men at this wedding?

  
Gorgeous Greeks of independent means?

  
Here we go! Husband number four!

  
No! Not for me, for her!
- He's coming!

  
For her, now that her
book is a bestseller,

  
and she's got the whole world
stuffing, what,

  
mushrooms? Various vegetables?

  
It's time to find Mr Right!

  
Oh, please. Boring!

  
Great couple of role models
you two are for Sophie!

  
A serial bride and a
little hermit over here!

  
That's me! I'm a lone wolf!

  
So, when are the lovebirds
flying the nest?

  
Oh, God! Who knows?

  
You know, I do not know what is going on
in that child's head sometimes.

  
She wants a big white wedding, and

  
she and Sky are making
all kinds of plans for the hotel.

  
Sometimes I think they'll never leave.

  
Yeah, but do you really want her to?

  
Well, I want what's best for her.

  
Of course not!

  
Sky! Come meet my backup girls.

  
Backup girls, my ass!
TANYA: Backup girls, my ass!

  
He's the leading man
at tomorrow's shindig.

  
SKY: The lucky man.
- Hello.

  
You must be Rosie.
- I am.

  
How are you?
- Very well.

  
And you must be Tanya.

  
I've heard so much about you.
- All bad, I hope.

  
Yes.
- And all true.

  
Donna... Here, let me get them.

  
I know who you are.
You're Bill Anderson, aren't you?

  
Bloke in a Boat in Botswana.
- Yes, I am.

  
You know, your books are a godsend
on dull business trips.

  
Now, I may look like I'm pondering
my securities, but in reality,

  
I'm trekking across
some remote corner of the planet.

  
You should try it for real sometime.

  
No, certainly, I'll never be
the spontaneous adventurer.

  
You're a close friend of Donna's?

  
No, I haven't heard from her for 20 years.

  
SAM: Really?
- And then this invite, out of the blue.

  
You know, that's a coincidence,
neither had I.

  
Going about!
- You got it!

  
Right. Wait...
I've got it. Fine. Fine.

  
You should have brought the iron lung.

  
Why did I wear stilettos?

  
Oxygen.
- Oh, my God!

  
Auntie Rosie!
- Hey, hey!

  
Look at Sophie. She's gotten so beautiful!
- I know.

  
Come here to me.

  
Sophie Sheridan, you get more gorgeous
every time I see you. You do.

  
I bet you don't remember me.
- Not with all that plastic surgery.

  
Of course I do, Auntie Tanya.
You haven't changed at all.

  
I'm so happy for you.
- Look at my baby,

  
her whole life ahead of her.

  
Oh, please, I'm getting married.
I'm not joining a convent!

  
She's feisty. I love that.
- Yeah.

  
She's a chip off the old block.

  
If she were more like me,
she wouldn't be getting married at 20.

  
Or married at all.

  
I meant to get the laundry down
before you came.

  
Tanya's going home!

  
And you'd think with all this
new technology,

  
they would figure out a machine
that would make the beds.

  
And if they did,
you'd be going along behind it,

  
making them again.

  
I know you, Mom.

  
But I am good at modern...
Tell them about the Internets.

  
He's gonna put me on the line.
- Online.

  
SKY: I'm designing a website.

  
I just think this place
has so much potential,

  
and no one knows we're here.

  
So, if I market it
really, really well, then,

  
hopefully, people will come flooding in.

  
We just want this to be
the ultimate romantic destination.

  
This was once supposed to be
the site of Aphrodite's fountain,

  
you know, the goddess of love.
And if you drank the water,

  
you were supposed to find true love
and perfect happiness.

  
I'll have a glass of that.
- Yeah, I'll have a bucket.

  
TANYA: Aphrodite's spa?

  
Well, I thought you didn't want
boatloads of tourists.

  
Oh, no, not boatloads, no.

  
But, you know, a few more would be nice.

  
Okay, now, the thing about the toilet,

  
if it doesn't flush right away, just go
and come back in a while, and it should...

  
Nothing works around here, except for me.

  
I've been running this hotel for 15 years,
and I have never had a day off.

  
Oh, my God! Sorry.

  
I work all night I work all day

  
To pay the bills I have to pay

  
Ain't it sad?

  
And still there never seems to be

  
A single penny left for me

  
Don't sit down there.

  
That's too bad

  
It's broken.

  
In my dreams I have a plan

  
If I got me a wealthy man

  
I wouldn't have to work at all

  
I'd fool around and have a ball

  
Money, money, money

  
Must be funny

  
In a rich man's world

  
Money, money, money

  
Always sunny

  
In a rich man's world

  
All the things I could do

  
If I had a little money

  
It's a rich man's world

  
It's a rich man's world

  
A man like that is hard to find

  
But I can't get him off my mind

  
Ain't it sad?

  
And if he happens to be free

  
I bet he wouldn't fancy me

  
That's too bad

  
So I must leave I have to go

  
To Las Vegas or Monaco

  
And win a fortune in a game

  
My life will never be the same

  
Money, money, money

  
Must be funny

  
In a rich man's world

  
Money, money, money

  
Always sunny

  
In a rich man's world

  
All the things I could do

  
If I had a little money

  
It's a rich man's world

  
Money, money, money

  
Must be funny

  
In a rich man's world

  
Money, money, money

  
Always sunny

  
In a rich man's world

  
All the things I could do

  
If I had a little money

  
It's a rich man's world

  
It's a rich man's world

  
What's going on?

  
Do you feel it?

  
The earth moved, darling.
We're falling apart here.

  
Don't think about it, come on.
Let's go have fun.

  
Tanya's packed for a world tour.

  
Oh, Donna. Donna!

  
Does she wear it or floss with it?

  
TANYA: Floss you.

  
Is it edible, Tanya?

  
Listen to this.

  
'The world's most luxurious moisturiser

  
'contains flakes of 24-carat gold

  
'and extracts of donkey testicle.'

  
You're just jealous.

  
At a thousand dollars a dollop.

  
Tell you, that's the price you have to pay

  
if you wanna drink before 11:in the morning.

  
And we do.
- We do.

  
Hi.

  
May I help you?

  
Sure, we're here for the wedding.

  
I'm Bill Anderson.
- Huh?

  
I'm Bright, Harry Bright.

  
Sam Carmichael.

  
You are expecting us?

  
Oh, my God. Yes!

  
You're not Donna's daughter?

  
I thought you looked familiar.

  
Sofia.

  
It's Sophie.
- Well, Sofia is the Greek.

  
Well, I'm named after a Sofia.

  
I used to have a great-aunt
living on the mainland named Sofia.

  
Would you mind if we see our rooms
before we see your mother?

  
Sure.

  
It's just that I'd quite
like to freshen up...

  
before the big reunion.

  
No! No! I mean, yes,

  
but come this way.

  
Come on!

  
Oh, my God!

  
I got a crack in my courtyard.
I gotta go fix it.

  
Hey, listen, Donna? Donna.
- I'm serious. Move.

  
Sit down!

  
She won't let me go!
- I know...

  
I know you're going to make
a fortune with web's...

  
'With web's...'
- With Sky's site.

  
I know you're gonna make a fortune with

  
Sky's website, but...
- It's good.

  
Are you gonna be okay until then?

  
I think Tanya is offering
to pawn her bling.

  
No, seriously, Donna...
- Oh, my God.

  
Do you need a loan?
- No, sweet.

  
Oh, God, I'm just whining, you know me.

  
I don't need to be taken care of.

  
Yeah, but are you being taken care of?

  
What do you mean?
- Are you getting any?

  
Oh, you mean...

  
Down, boy, down, boy.
No, it takes too much energy.

  
Yeah. Just more plumbing
to be maintained, isn't it?

  
Yeah.

  
Oh, God, I'm so glad
that whole part of my life is over.

  
You know, seriously.

  
I do not miss it at all.

  
Then it's just right here. Good.

  
Where's Donna? Hey! Okay.

  
Up you go.

  
Hmm.

  
You know,

  
I don't want to seem ungrateful
for the scenic tour,

  
but might I be shown my room now?

  
Well, don't hold your breath, Harry,
but I think this is your room.

  
Can we see Donna now?

  
I sent the invites.

  
My mom doesn't know anything.

  
Well, she's done so much for me,
and she's always talking about you guys

  
and the good old days, and

  
I thought, what an
amazing surprise for her

  
that you are all gonna be at my wedding.

  
Hang on, Sophie.

  
I can't be here.

  
The last time I saw your mother,

  
she said she never wanted to see me again.

  
That was years ago.
Please, it would mean a lot to me.

  
Listen, I can see that you've been

  
to a great deal of trouble.

  
Might I suggest that we all reconvene
on your boat?

  
Good idea.
- Nope.

  
Why?
- It's an adventure, Harry.

  
It's good for you.
- Oh, I see.

  
Okay, when I sent the invites,
it was a long shot that you'd even reply.

  
And now you've come all this way
for a wedding.

  
Surely there must have been
some special reason for you to be here.

  
Like some siren call, maybe?

  
You're a little minx, you know that?
You're just like your mother.

  
I'm glad my boys haven't met you.
They'd never recover.

  
You have sons?
- Yes, two.

  
And someday, I'd like to bring them here.

  
Like you used to bring my mother?

  
No.
- It's Donna.

  
No, no, no, no, no, no, no.
Listen, listen, she can't know.

  
I'm going to go. Please stay.

  
Promise me that you'll not tell anybody
that I invited you.

  
Okay? Promise?

  
You got it, baby.
- It's a promise.

  
I might regret it, but okay.
- Okay.

  
There wouldn't, by any chance,
happen to be a trouser press

  
on the island, would there?

  
Harry?

  
Bill?

  
I was cheated by you

  
And I think you know when

  
So I made up my mind

  
It must come to an end

  
Look at me now

  
Will I ever learn?

  
I don't know how

  
But I suddenly lose control

  
There's a fire within my soul

  
Just one look and I can hear a bell ring

  
One more look and I forget everything

  
Mamma mia Here I go again

  
My, my How can I resist you?

  
Mamma mia Does it show again?

  
My, my Just how much I've missed you

  
Yes, I've been broken-hearted

  
Blue since the day we parted

  
Why, why did I ever let you go?

  
Mamma mia Now I really know

  
My, my I should not have let you go

  
I was angry and sad

  
When I knew we were through

  
I can't count all the times

  
I have cried over you

  
Look at me now Will I ever learn?

  
I don't know how

  
But I suddenly lose control

  
There's a fire within my soul

  
Just one look and I can hear a bell ring

  
One more look and I forget everything

  
Mamma mia Here I go again

  
My, my How can I resist you?

  
Mamma mia Does it show again?

  
My, my Just how much I've missed you

  
Yes, I've been broken-hearted

  
Blue since the day we parted

  
Why, why did I ever let you go?

  
Mamma mia Now I really know

  
My, my I should not have let you go

  
You always knew how to make an entrance.

  
I'd better be dreaming.
You'd better not be here.

  
You want me to pinch you, Donna?

  
No! You keep your hands to yourself,
Bill Anderson.

  
You probably don't recognise me, do you?

  
Harry! It is you!

  
I probably changed a bit,
but you certainly haven't.

  
Why are you here?
What are you doing here?

  
I'm writing a travel piece.

  
I'm here on a spontaneous holiday.

  
Uh-huh.

  
I just dropped in to say hi.

  
Okay. What is this?

  
It's one of those serendipitous moments
in life when three complete strangers

  
share a common thought.

  
Strangers?

  
You don't know each other?
- That's generally the definition.

  
Okay, good, but who... Why are you here?

  
Who said that you could
stay up in my old goat-house?

  
Didn't catch the name.
- Greek lady.

  
Well, she spoke Greek.
- Yeah.

  
Or maybe she said we couldn't
stay in the old goat-house.

  
Yeah, maybe that was it, in Greek.
- There you go.

  
Yeah, that's it, that's it.
You can't stay here because

  
I'm closed and I'm full.

  
And I'm busy, I'm really...
I have a wedding, my...

  
Local girl's getting married...

  
Donna. Donna, don't worry about us.

  
Bill here is used to roughing it.

  
And Harry here...
- I'm spontaneous.

  
Spontaneous.
- Ah.

  
What about you?

  
Just wanted to see the island.

  
You know what it meant to me.

  
Okay, I'm gonna arrange for a boat

  
to take you all back to the mainland.

  
I have a boat, Donna.
- You have a boat?

  
Good, get on it,

  
and anchors away.

  
Hey, Donna...
- Away, away.

  
It's good to see you.

  
Now, baby, this should
tickle your taste buds.

  
Down, big fella.
I'm old enough to be your mother.

  
Grandmother.

  
Where's Sophie?

  
I think she went down to the beach.
- What's up?

  
Donna?

  
I'm sorry. I'm sorry.

  
Talk to her.

  
Chiquitita, tell me what's wrong

  
Oh, me.

  
I have never seen such sorrow

  
BOTH: In your eyes

  
And the wedding is tomorrow

  
How I hate to see you like this

  
There is no way you can deny it

  
BOTH: I can see

  
That you're oh, so sad

  
So quiet

  
Chiquitita, tell me the truth

  
I'm a shoulder you can cry on

  
Your best friend

  
I'm the one you must rely on

  
You were always sure of yourself

  
Now I see you've broken a feather

  
I hope we can patch it up

  
Together

  
Chiquitita, you and I know

  
How the heartaches come and they go

  
And the scars, they're leaving

  
You'll be dancing once again

  
And the pain will end

  
You will have no time for grieving

  
Chiquitita, you and I cry

  
But the sun is still in the sky

  
And shining above you

  
Let me hear you sing once more

  
Like you did before

  
Sing a new song, Chiquitita

  
Try once more

  
Like I did before

  
Sing a new song

  
It's her dad.
- Whose dad?

  
Sophie's dad.

  
Remember how I said it was Sam?
Sam the architect,

  
who had to go home to get married?

  
I'm not sure that it was him,

  
because there were two other guys
around the same time.

  
Donna Sheridan. You shady lady.

  
Why didn't you tell us?

  
Well, I never knew that
I would ever, ever have to.

  
I never imagined I'd see all three of them

  
in my old goat-house

  
the day before my daughter's wedding!

  
The old goat-house?
- The old goat-house?

  
No! No! Wait!

  
Shoot!

  
Rosie! Tanya!

  
Wait a minute! Don't let them hear you!

  
There's no one here.
- Are you sure?

  
Of course I'm sure!

  
Do you think
I would forget my daughter's dads?

  
They were all here. Sam Carmichael,

  
Bill Anderson and Harry 'Head Banger.'

  
Harry 'Head Banger.'

  
They must've gone
back to their boat.

  
I hope they run aground and drown.

  
What are they doing here?

  
It's like some hideous trick of fate.

  
It's very Greek.

  
Do they know about Sophie?
- What are they, psychic?

  
No! I've never told a soul.

  
Oh, Donna,
keeping it to yourself all these years.

  
It doesn't matter about me.

  
The only thing that matters
is that Sophie never finds out.

  
Well, maybe she would be cool with it.

  
'Cool with it'?

  
You don't know my daughter.
This would be like a bombshell.

  
Donna, they've gone!

  
I don't know that.

  
I don't know where they are.
I don't know why they're here.

  
And I have brought this all on myself

  
because I was a stupid,
reckless little slut!

  
Whoa!

  
Don't you sound like your mother?

  
I do not!
- Yes, you so do!

  
Oh, my God, I do not.
- You do, it's Catholic guilt!

  
You've been living like a nun.

  
Yeah, whatever happened to our Donna?

  
Life and soul of the party,

  
el rock chick supremo?
- Yeah, come on.

  
I grew up.
- Well, then, grow back down again.

  
Screw them if they can't take a joke.
- Screw them if they can't take a joke.

  
You can dance

  
You can jive

  
Having the time of your life

  
See that girl

  
Watch that scene

  
Dig in the dancing queen

  
Friday night and the lights are low

  
Looking out for a place to go

  
Where they play the right music

  
Getting in the swing

  
You come to look for a king

  
Anybody could be that guy

  
Night is young and the music's high

  
With a bit of rock music
Everything is fine

  
You're in the mood for a dance

  
And when you get the chance

  
You are the dancing queen

  
Young and sweet Only seventeen

  
Dancing queen

  
Feel the beat from the tambourine

  
Oh, yeah

  
You can dance

  
You can jive

  
Having the time of your life

  
See that girl

  
Watch that scene

  
Dig in the dancing queen

  
You're a teaser You turn them on

  
Leave them burning And then you're gone

  
Looking out for another Anyone will do

  
You're in the mood for a dance

  
And when you get the chance

  
You are the dancing queen

  
Young and sweet Only seventeen

  
Dancing queen

  
Feel the beat from the tambourine

  
Oh, yeah

  
You can dance

  
You can jive

  
Having the time of your life

  
See that girl

  
Watch that scene

  
Dig in the dancing queen

  
Dig in the dancing queen

  
You can dance

  
You can jive

  
Having the time of your life

  
See that girl

  
Watch that scene

  
Dig in the dancing queen

  
Wait, wait. Wait!
ALI: Hey, don't leave.

  
Whoa, Sophie.
- Sophie!

  
We're gonna sail around the island.
You wanna come?

  
You promised you'd come to my wedding.

  
Yes, well, your mother ejected us
from the goat-house.

  
She thought we'd better
get out of her hair.

  
Donna freaked out when she saw us.

  
What's all that about?
- No.

  
She's just not even thinking straight.
She's so stressed about the wedding.

  
You know, but she's got no idea
that you're her lovely surprise.

  
She'll be so happy tomorrow.
- You think so?

  
Mmm-hmm.

  
You took Mom's guitar!
- No, no. I borrowed it. Look.

  
No, where is it?

  
D.S.

  
Donna Sheridan.

  
And H.B.

  
Head Banger.

  
Head Banger?
- Head Banger?

  
I bought her this. It cost me ten quid
plus my Johnny Rotten T-shirt.

  
Your mother knew quite a rebel.

  
I was studying in Paris when I met her.

  
I hopped on a train
and followed her to Greece,

  
quite spontaneously.

  
I can still recall

  
Our last summer

  
I still see it all

  
Walks along the Seine

  
Laughing in the rain

  
Our last summer

  
Memories that remain

  
We made our way along the river

  
And we sat down in the grass

  
By the Eiffel Tower

  
I was so happy we had met

  
It was the age of no regret

  
Oh, yes

  
Those crazy years, that was the time

  
Of the flower power

  
But underneath we
had a fear of flying

  
Of growing old

  
A fear of slowly dying

  
We took a chance

  
Like we were dancing our last dance

  
I can still recall

  
Our last summer

  
I still see it all

  
In the tourist jam round the Notre Dame

  
Our last summer Walking hand in hand

  
Paris restaurants

  
Our last summer Morning croissants

  
Living for the day

  
Worries far away

  
Our last summer

  
We could laugh and play

  
And now you're working in a bank

  
A family man, a football fan

  
And your name is Harry

  
How dull it seems

  
Are you the hero of my dreams?

  
Sophie!

  
Sophie!
- Please, I have to go,

  
but please come tomorrow, okay?
- Absolutely.

  
We'll be there.
- It's a promise.

  
Walks along the Seine

  
Laughing in the rain

  
Our last summer

  
Memories that remain

  
Sky!

  
Where've you been?

  
People have been arriving all afternoon.
No one's seen you.

  
I'm sorry, I was around
the island, I just...

  
I just lost track of time.

  
Where're you going?
- It's my stag do.

  
My last night of freedom.

  
Which is how some people might see it,
but for me,

  
it's the last night before
the greatest adventure of my life.

  
You know how I said I wanted
to find my father?

  
Soph, we've been over
this a million times.

  
You don't need a father,
you have a family.

  
And you'll never leave me, right?

  
Are you kidding?
You have turned my world upside down.

  
I wasn't jealous before we met

  
Now every man that
I see is a potential threat

  
And I'm possessive It isn't nice

  
You've heard me saying
that smoking was my only vice

  
But now it isn't true

  
Now everything is new

  
And all I've learned has overturned

  
I beg of you

  
Don't go wasting your emotion

  
Lay all your love on me

  
It was like shooting a sitting duck

  
A little small talk, a smile
and, baby, I was stuck

  
I still don't know what
you've done with me

  
A grown-up woman
should never fall so easily

  
I feel a kind of fear

  
When I don't have you near

  
Unsatisfied, I skip my pride

  
I beg you, dear

  
Don't go wasting your emotion

  
Lay all your love on me

  
Don't go sharing your devotion

  
Lay all your love on me

  
Don't go wasting your emotion

  
Lay all your love on me

  
Don't go sharing your devotion

  
Lay all your love on me

  
Ladies and no gentlemen,

  
presenting, for one night
and one night only...

  
Because that's all
we've got breath for.

  
Speak for yourself, you old bat!

  
The world's first girl power band,

  
Donna and the Dynamos.

  
Super Trouper

  
Lights are gonna find me

  
But I won't feel blue

  
Like I always do

  
'Cause somewhere in the crowd, there's you

  
I was sick and tired of everything

  
When I called you last night from Glasgow

  
All I do is eat and sleep and sing

  
Wishing every show was the last show

  
Wishing every show was the last show

  
So imagine
I was glad to hear you're coming

  
Suddenly I feel all right

  
And suddenly it's gonna be

  
And it's gonna be so different
when I'm on the stage tonight

  
Tonight the Super Trouper

  
Lights are gonna find me

  
Our song.
- Your song?

  
It's my song.

  
Smiling, having fun

  
Feeling like a number one

  
Tonight the Super Trouper

  
Beams are gonna blind me

  
But I won't feel blue

  
Like I always do

  
'Cause somewhere in the crowd, there's you

  
So I'll be there when you arrive

  
The sight of you will prove to me
I'm still alive

  
And when you take me in your arms

  
And hold me tight

  
I know it's gonna mean so much tonight

  
Tonight the Super Trouper

  
Lights are gonna find me

  
Shining like the sun

  
Look, look, look, look, look.

  
Smiling, having fun

  
Feeling like a number one

  
Tonight the Super Trouper

  
Beams are gonna blind me

  
But I won't feel blue

  
Like I always do

  
'Cause somewhere in the crowd, there's you

  
Super Trouper lights

  
Are gonna find me

  
I can't believe you!

  
Excuse me! Hello.

  
This is a hen party. Women only!

  
Thank you.
- Okay.

  
Why are they here, then,

  
if it's not to ruin Sophie's wedding?

  
But I thought you weren't so keen
on this wedding.

  
I don't want them spoiling it.

  
They have no right to turn up like this.

  
What have they ever done
for their daughter?

  
Donna, Donna, they
didn't know she existed.

  
Well, they didn't need to know, did they?

  
I've done a great job with Soph,
all by myself,

  
and I won't be muscled out
by an ejaculation!

  
Is there a man out there?

  
Someone to hear my prayer?

  
Gimme! Gimme! Gimme!
A man after midnight

  
Won't somebody help me
Chase the shadows away

  
Gimme! Gimme! Gimme!
A man after midnight

  
Hi.
- Hi.

  
I think I should explain to Donna
that I come in peace.

  
Oh, no, really. You should wait
until she has a few drinks in her first.

  
Really.
- Good idea. Good idea.

  
What you drew on the boat...

  
This is good. This is really good.

  
Why don't you pursue this?
You have a real talent here.

  
I have enough to do here.

  
Is that really your dream?

  
Running the villa with Donna?

  
She just can't do it by herself.

  
Do you know,

  
I drew this whole place up
on the back of a menu one night.

  
I always dreamt I'd come back here.

  
What kept you?

  
What's your mother said about me?

  
She never mentioned you.
- Sophie?

  
What am I doing here?

  
Some air in here.

  
Somebody up there has got it in for me.

  
I bet it's my mother.

  
Oh, and wasn't she a ray of sunshine.

  
I'm gonna go get them out of here.

  
You go in there guns loaded,
there's gonna be questions.

  
Help me out of these boots.
- Come on, then.

  
All that fricking yoga's
made my feet bigger.

  
Now, listen.
Listen, what we're gonna do is,

  
we'll get them plastered tonight,

  
and then tomorrow,
Tanya and I will take them fishing.

  
Fishing? Oh, please.

  
What do you suggest we do with three men?

  
Well, then, now, that takes me back.

  
Gimme! Gimme! Gimme!

  
A man after midnight

  
Take me through the darkness
To the break of the day

  
Hello.
- You okay?

  
I'm fine.

  
Fancy Donna having a grown-up daughter!

  
Do you have any children, Harry?
- Well, I have the dogs, Lucy and Kipper.

  
That's the extent of my relationships.

  
I'd have loved a daughter.
I'd have spoiled her rotten.

  
Is your father here?
- I don't know.

  
I don't know who my father is.

  
Is there a man out there?

  
Someone to hear my prayer?

  
This is fantastic!

  
How on earth did Donna get money
to buy this place?

  
She was left some money by the old lady
she looked after when I was little.

  
Sofia, that I'm named after.
- My great-aunt Sofia?

  
I guess.

  
I always heard her money
was left to family.

  
How old are you?
- I'm 20.

  
Will you excuse me a minute?

  
I'm sorry.

  
Bill!

  
Bill, wait.

  
Why did your great-aunt
leave my mother money?

  
I don't know!

  
All my life, there's been
this huge unanswered question,

  
and I don't want any more secrecy!

  
What do you want from me?
- Bill, please!

  
Are you my father?

  
Yes. I think so.

  
Yes.

  
You know what comes next?

  
Oh, you're not going to tell me
that you have a twin sister, are you?

  
Will you give me away tomorrow?

  
Give you away?
- No! Our secret until the wedding.

  
Cute.

  
Oh, God.

  
Okay.

  
People everywhere

  
A sense of expectation hanging in the air

  
Giving out a spark

  
Across the room
your eyes are glowing in the dark

  
And here we go again
We know the start, we know the end

  
Masters of the scene

  
We've done it all before
And now we're back to get some more

  
You know what I mean

  
Voulez-vous

  
Take it now or leave it

  
Now is all we get

  
Nothing promised, no regrets

  
Voulez-vous

  
Ain't no big decision

  
You know what to do

  
La question c'est voulez-vous

  
Voulez-vous

  
Go dance with Mom!

  
Sophie, come here.

  
I know why I'm here.

  
Why didn't Donna tell me?
How long have you known I'm your father?

  
What? Not long at all.

  
Sam, listen to me.
My mom doesn't know that I know.

  
So can we wait until after my wedding?

  
Who's giving you away tomorrow?
- Nobody.

  
Wrong. I am.

  
Our secret till then.

  
Voulez-vous

  
Take it now or leave it

  
Now is all we get

  
Are you okay?

  
I can't breathe.

  
Voulez-vous

  
Ain't no big decision

  
You know what to do

  
La question c'est voulez-vous

  
Voulez-vous

  
Oh, my God!

  
I'm your father!
- Harry!

  
Now, that's why you sent me the invite.

  
You wanted your old dad
to walk you down the aisle.

  
Well, I won't let you down. I'll be there.

  
Voulez-vous

  
Take it now or leave it

  
Now is all we get

  
Nothing promised, no regrets

  
Voulez-vous

  
Ain't no big decision

  
You know what to do

  
La question c'est voulez-vous

  
For the wedding.

  
upside down.

  
Fancy Donna having a...

  
I'm your...

  
Who's giving you...

  
Sophie!
Soph!

  
Stand back, everybody.
-Give her some space.

  
Soph...
Baby!

  
Come on, Mother, rise and shine.

  
I was tossing and turning all night.

  
Those three guys are still loose
on this island.

  
We got to do something.

  
Donna! Donna! Donna! Donna.
It's all under control.

  
I have been tossing and turning all night.
I've got three dads coming to my wedding,

  
and I have to tell two of them
they're surplus. Only, which two?

  
It's all under control.

  
I'm taking Bill and Sam fishing...

  
We're each gonna go off.
We're gonna grab a man,

  
interrogate him, swap notes and decide.

  
And Harry's talked
Tanya into water sports.

  
Oh, God.
Nurse, donkey testicles, quickly!

  
No, after you. Please.
- No. No. Go ahead.

  
No, no, no, no, you first.

  
I want to get something off my chest.
- Me, too.

  
Last night,
I discovered something wonderful.

  
It was a wake-up call,
a way to look at myself and

  
what I really want out of life.

  
Last night? You didn't know?

  
You didn't even suspect that you were...

  
Well, no. Of course not.
That's always been a secret.

  
And now we... Say it out loud.

  
No! No! No! It's absolutely hush-hush.
I mean, for now.

  
All will be revealed tonight.

  
Talking of
revelations, last night...

  
You and the little lady?
I think I know what's going on.

  
No, you don't. You don't.
- It's obvious.

  
I saw it from the moment
you clapped eyes on each other.

  
You're kidding.

  
I'm gonna level with you, Harry.

  
I don't think I can do this.

  
Well, she's a wonderful girl,

  
but can I take her on in my life?

  
Bill, where's your spontaneity?

  
It's this...

  
This family, you know?
- You don't have to marry her.

  
What?

  
Hey, right in time for breakfast.

  
We're serving up the works here.

  
Think you just did.
- Sunny-side up! Lox or ham?

  
I'll just...

  
I'm just gonna...

  
What a mess!

  
Hey!
- What?

  
You okay?
- Yeah. I'm fine. I'm fine.

  
Sophie.
- What?

  
Last night, you and Sky... What's wrong?

  
Tell me. Tell me what's wrong.

  
I don't know what to do.
- You know what to do.

  
You don't have to do anything.

  
Not too late, I can still
call off the wedding.

  
Everybody will understand.

  
Call... Call off the wedding?

  
Isn't that what you want?
- No.

  
No.

  
No, that's what you want.

  
No!
- Yes! God!

  
Sophie!

  
You just... You have no idea.

  
You never had a wedding.

  
You never did
the marriage-and-babies thing.

  
You just did the baby thing.

  
Well, good for you.
- You know, I don't know why

  
you're going off on me
now! I really don't!

  
Because I...

  
God! I love Sky, and
I want to be with him!

  
Good! Great.

  
And I don't want my children growing up
not knowing who their father is.

  
Because it's just... It's crap!

  
Voulez-vous

  
What are you doing?
- Stop, you're terrible.

  
Come on, man. What are you talking about?

  
Okay, okay, Sophie's gonna have
an absolutely beautiful wedding, right?

  
You're supposed to be helping me.

  
You guys... He's got to get ready.

  
I see you kept my bagpipes.

  
They're supposed to ward off
unwanted visitors.

  
Well, you don't need bagpipes to do that.

  
What are you doing here, Sam?

  
This is our dream, remember?

  
Villa on the island?
- Yeah. Well, this is my reality.

  
Hard work and a crippling mortgage. Shoot!

  
And a hotel that's crumbling around me.

  
Look, I'll help... Let me
have a look at this...

  
No, that's all right, I can

  
deal my own disasters.

  
Why didn't you tell me
it was Sophie getting married?

  
Well, I didn't think
it was any of your business.

  
Why is she getting married?
Settling down on the island?

  
I mean, if it was up to me,
I'd be telling her to go get a life.

  
Yeah.
- She's a bright kid.

  
I know. I know.

  
But, you know, my daughter
has a mind of her own.

  
Oh, yeah. I see that. I see that.

  
But she's so young.
- I know.

  
I mean, does she know
what she really wants?

  
You see, I think part of her
just wants to let you know

  
that she isn't going to leave you
alone here, on your own.

  
What do you mean?
- Donna, look.

  
I have two grown children.
I know something about letting go.

  
If Sophie felt you were okay on your own,

  
would she want something different
for herself?

  
Okay, here's the thing.

  
I love being on my own. I really do.

  
You know, every morning,
I get up and I thank God

  
that I don't have some middle-aged,
menopausal man

  
telling me how to run my life.

  
You know, I'm free and I'm single.

  
And it's great.

  
Where are those happy days?
They seem so hard to find

  
I try to reach for you
But you have closed your mind

  
What ever happened to our love?

  
I wish I understood

  
It used to be so nice
It used to be so good

  
So when you're near me, darling
Can't you hear me?

  
SOS

  
The love you gave me
Nothing else can save me

  
SOS

  
When you're gone
How can I even try to go on?

  
When you're gone, though I try
How can I carry on?

  
You seem so far away
though you are standing near

  
You made me feel alive
but something died, I fear

  
I really tried to make it out

  
I wish I understood

  
What happened to our love?
It used to be so good

  
So when you're near me, darling
Can't you hear me?

  
SOS

  
And the love you gave me
Nothing else can save me

  
SOS

  
When you're gone
- When you're gone

  
How can I even try to go on?
- How can I even try to go on?

  
When you're gone
- When you're gone

  
Though I try how can I carry on?
- Though I try how can I carry on?

  
Donna must be tearing her hair out,
doing this wedding on her own.

  
What would the father of the bride
normally do?

  
Pay. Though my dad
drew the line at my third.

  
I see. Excuse me.

  
Harry?

  
Harry!

  
Tanya! Let's pick up
where we left off last night.

  
Last night never happened.

  
I've drawn a veil over last night.

  
Oh, my God. Look at the time.
I've got work to do.

  
Work?
- A little repair and renovation.

  
Come on.
You don't mess with a masterpiece.

  
Oh, ignore him, Tanya,
he's all mouth and no trousers.

  
Tanya can't ignore the chemistry
between us.

  
Little boys who play with fire
get their fingers burned.

  
You're so hot, teasing me

  
So you're blue

  
Well, I can't take a
chance on a kid like you

  
It's something I couldn't do

  
There's that look in your eyes

  
I can read in your face
that your feelings are driving you wild

  
Oh, but, boy, you're only a child

  
Well, I can dance with you, honey
If you think it's funny

  
But does your mother know
that you're out?

  
And I can chat with you, baby
Flirt a little, maybe

  
Does your mother know that you're out?

  
Take it easy
- Take it easy. Better slow down, boy

  
That's no way to go
Does your mother know?

  
Take it easy
- Take it easy. Try to cool it, boy

  
Play it nice and slow
Does your mother know?

  
Come on, boy.

  
I can see what you want

  
But you seem pretty young
To be searching for that kind of fun

  
So maybe I'm not the one

  
Now you're so cute I like your style

  
And I know what you mean
When you give me a flash of that smile

  
But, boy, you're only a child

  
Well, I can dance with you, honey
If you think it's funny

  
Does your mother know that you're out?

  
And I can chat with you, baby
Flirt a little, maybe

  
Does your mother know that you're out?

  
Well, I can dance with you, honey
If you think it's funny

  
Does your mother know that you're out?

  
And I can chat with you, baby
Flirt a little, maybe

  
Does your mother know that you're out?

  
Does your mother know that you're out?

  
Does your mother know that you're out?

  
Does your mother know?
Does your mother know that you're out?

  
Boy down! Boy down!

  
Yo, girls. We done good.

  
Yes, any colour. Doesn't matter.

  
There's no plan,
God knows there's no plan.

  
It looks great, though.
- Ella, Donna, where would you like this?

  
Carlos, get the meat out of the heat.

  
Put a cover on that
thing. That's beautiful.

  
And tell... lone, help him get the...

  
Harry, what are you doing here?
- Hello.

  
I just wanted to give you this.

  
I don't mean here, here.

  
I mean, why are you on this island?
- I realised...

  
What is this?

  
Now, I realised you'll have had to
tighten your belt a bit over the years,

  
bringing up Sophie on your own,

  
and I just wanted to make
a small contribution to the wedding.

  
I can't accept this. I can't...
- No. No.

  
Harry, I can't.
- No. No.

  
Harry? I can't...
- No, you'll have to catch me first.

  
Sky.
- What's the matter?

  
You have to help me.
- Why, what's happened?

  
Baby?

  
Sophie!

  
Soph.

  
I've done something completely insane.

  
All my dads are here for our wedding,
and they all think they're giving me away.

  
All your what?

  
I read Mom's diary,
and I have three possible fathers.

  
But how are they here now?

  
I invited them.

  
I thought that I would know my dad
right away,

  
but I didn't. I just...

  
I have no idea.
And now, my mom is gonna kill me,

  
and they're gonna hate me, and you...
- Hold on. Hold on.

  
You invited these guys
and you didn't tell me?

  
No, I thought you would try to stop me.

  
I know I messed up.
- Sophie?

  
Is that what this whole
big white wedding is about?

  
You finding your dad?
- No. No!

  
I wanted to take a boat to the mainland
with a couple of witnesses.

  
And you insisted on this sodding circus
so you could play Happy Families.

  
It's about knowing who I am. And I wanted
to get married knowing who I am.

  
That doesn't come from
finding your father,

  
that comes from finding yourself.

  
And the irony is,
I was travelling to find myself.

  
I put everything on hold for you.

  
Because I loved you
and I wanted what you wanted.

  
Now, I don't know.

  
You don't know if you love me?

  
Of course I love you.
I just wish you'd told me.

  
Is everything okay?

  
Sophie, what's wrong?
- Not now, Sam.

  
Yes, yes, yes, now.

  
Because I'm supposed to be
giving you away.

  
And how can I when I know
you're not really gonna be happy?

  
I've heard all this from my mother, and
I think she knows me better than you do.

  
I know. But I've done
the big white wedding,

  
and believe me,

  
it doesn't always end
in 'happy ever after.'

  
That is you. That's not me.

  
Okay? I love Sky more than anything
in the world. And I...

  
Did you feel that way
before you got married?

  
No.

  
Hey, aren't you supposed to be
getting dressed?

  
Where's Ali and Lisa?
I thought they were going to help you.

  
Will you help me?

  
Mmm-hmm.

  
Wait. It's okay, it's okay.

  
We have time.

  
Schoolbag in hand

  
She leaves home in the early morning

  
Waving goodbye

  
With an absent-minded smile

  
I watch her go

  
With a surge of that well-known sadness

  
And I have to sit down for a while

  
The feeling that I'm losing her

  
Forever

  
And without really entering her world

  
I'm glad whenever I can share her laughter

  
That funny little girl

  
Slipping through my fingers all the time

  
I try to capture every minute

  
The feeling in it
Slipping through my fingers all the time

  
Do I really see what's in her mind?

  
Each time I think I'm close to knowing

  
She keeps on growing

  
Slipping through my fingers all the time

  
Sleep in our eyes

  
Her and me at the breakfast table

  
Barely awake

  
I let precious time go by

  
Then when she's gone
There's that odd melancholy feeling

  
And a sense of guilt I can't deny

  
What happened to
those wonderful adventures

  
The places I had planned for us to go

  
Slipping through my fingers all the time

  
Well, some of that we did

  
But most we didn't

  
And why, I just don't know

  
Slipping through my fingers all the time

  
I try to capture every minute

  
The feeling in it
Slipping through my fingers all the time

  
Do I really see what's in her mind?

  
Each time I think I'm close to knowing

  
She keeps on growing

  
Slipping through my fingers all the time

  
Do you think I'm letting you down?

  
Why would you even think that?

  
Well, because of what you've done.

  
I mean, the Dynamos, raising a kid,

  
and running a business all on your own.

  
Well, honey, I didn't have a choice.

  
I couldn't go home, you know.

  
When I got pregnant, my mother told me
not to bother coming back.

  
And I wouldn't have had it any other way.

  
My God, look at what we've had.

  
Will you give me away?

  
Yeah.

  
BOTH: Sometimes I wish

  
That I could freeze the picture

  
And save it from the funny tricks of time

  
Slipping through my fingers

  
Schoolbag in hand

  
She leaves home in the early morning

  
Waving goodbye

  
With an absent-minded smile

  
Donna!

  
Donna. I need to talk to you about
who's giving Sophie away.

  
That would be me.
- But...

  
What about her dad?
- Her dad isn't here.

  
It's what she wants.
She told me she wants her father here.

  
What if her father wants that, too?
- What? Sam, don't do this now.

  
I can't hear this now!

  
Donna, listen to me. This is about us.

  
I don't wanna talk

  
About things we've gone through

  
Though it's hurting me

  
Now it's history

  
I've played all my cards

  
And that's what you've done, too

  
Nothing more to say

  
No more ace to play

  
The winner takes it all

  
The loser standing small

  
Beside the victory

  
That's her destiny

  
I was in your arms

  
Thinking I belonged there

  
I figured it made sense

  
Building me a fence

  
Building me a home

  
Thinking I'd be strong there

  
But I was a fool

  
Playing by the rules

  
The gods may throw the dice

  
Their minds as cold as ice

  
And someone way down here

  
Loses someone dear

  
The winner takes it all

  
The loser has to fall

  
It's simple and it's plain

  
Why should I complain?

  
But tell me does she kiss

  
Like I used to kiss you?

  
Does it feel the same

  
When she calls your name?

  
Somewhere deep inside

  
You must know I miss you

  
But what can I say?

  
Rules must be obeyed

  
The judges will decide

  
The likes of me abide

  
Spectators at the show

  
Always staying low

  
The game is on again

  
A lover or a friend

  
A big thing or a small

  
The winner takes it all

  
I don't wanna talk

  
'Cause it makes me feel sad

  
And I understand

  
You've come to shake my hand

  
I apologise

  
If it makes you feel bad

  
Seeing me so tense

  
No self-confidence, but you see

  
The winner takes it all

  
The winner takes it all

  
The game is on again

  
A lover or a friend

  
A big thing or a small

  
The winner takes it all

  
So the winner takes it all

  
And the loser has to fall

  
So the winner takes it all

  
And the loser has to fall

  
Donna!

  
The winner takes it

  
All

  
Donna, there you are.

  
It's okay.
- They're my best shoes.

  
Panic over! Here she is.
ALI: She's here.

  
Oh, don't worry.
- Oh, God.

  
I love you.

  
Welcome to Sophie and Sky,

  
and to all your friends
who have gathered together this evening.

  
And welcome, especially, to Donna,
who represents your family.

  
We are all here together in this

  
glorious...
- And welcome to...

  
To

  
Sophie's dad.

  
I have to tell you. He is here.
- I know. I invited him.

  
You couldn't have.
I don't know which one it is.

  
Oh, my God.

  
That's why they're all here!
- I'm sorry. Sorry. I just...

  
Please, please forgive me!
Please forgive me. Please.

  
I don't know.

  
Can you forgive me?
- What?

  
I don't care if you slept with
hundreds of men.

  
You're my mom, and I love you so much.

  
Oh, Soph.

  
And I haven't slept with hundreds of men.

  
Am I getting this right?

  
Sophie may be mine,
but she may be Bill's or Harry's?

  
Yeah, yeah. That's right.
And don't get all self-righteous with me,

  
because you have
no one but yourself to blame.

  
Yeah, if you hadn't just dumped my mother
and gone off and married somebody else...

  
Hey, hey, wait a minute!
I had to go home. I was engaged.

  
But I told Lorraine I couldn't marry her,
and I came right back.

  
You... You...

  
Why didn't you call me?
- Because I was crazy enough

  
to think that you would be waiting for me.

  
Only when I arrived, they told me
you were off with some other guy.

  
So, Lorraine called me an idiot
and married me to prove it.

  
Sorry, can I just... Might I just butt in?

  
Oh, Harry, don't... It's all right.
You don't have to.

  
No, no, I just wanted to say it's great
to have even a third of Sophie.

  
I never thought I'd get
even that much of a child.

  
Donna, you were the
first girl I ever loved.

  
Well, actually, you were
the last girl I ever loved.

  
Now, this gives me an excuse
to come here much more often.

  
We can find out if you want,

  
but I'm with Harry.

  
Being a third of your dad is great by me.
- By me, too.

  
I'll take a third.

  
Typical, isn't it? You
wait 20 years for a dad,

  
and then three come along at once.

  
Dearly beloved...

  
You know, I have no clue which one of you
is my dad, but I don't mind.

  
Now, I know what I really want.

  
Sky, let's just not get married yet.

  
What?
- What?

  
You never wanted this anyway.

  
I know that. Let's just
get off this island...

  
and just see the world. Okay? All right?

  
I love you.

  
Donna, do I take it the wedding
is cancelled?

  
I'm not entirely sure
what's happening right now.

  
Hang on.

  
Why waste a good wedding?

  
How about it, Sheridan?

  
You're going to need someone
to boss around on this island of yours.

  
Are you nuts? I am not a bigamist.

  
Neither am I. I'm a divorced man
who's loved you for 21 years,

  
and ever since the day
I set foot on this island,

  
I've been trying to tell you
how much I love you.

  
Come on, Donna.
It's only the rest of your life.

  
I can't conceal it Don't you see?

  
Can't you feel it?

  
WOMEN: Say I do

  
Oh, yeah.

  
I do, I do, I do, I do, I do

  
Donna, please show it

  
You love me And you know it

  
Say I do

  
I do

  
I do, I do,

  
I do, I do.

  
I now pronounce you man and wife.

  
I'm so happy!

  
Here's to us One more toast

  
And then we'll pay the bill

  
Deep inside both of us

  
Could feel the autumn chill

  
Birds of passage You and me

  
We fly instinctively

  
When the summer's over

  
And the dark clouds hide the sun

  
Neither you nor I'm to blame

  
When all is said and done

  
In our lives We have walked

  
Some strange and lonely treks

  
Yeah.

  
Slightly worn

  
but dignified

  
And not too old for sex

  
Yeah!

  
Clear-headed and open-eyed

  
With nothing left untried

  
Standing calmly at the crossroads

  
No desire to run

  
There's no hurry any more

  
When all is said and done

  
Standing calmly at the crossroads

  
No desire to run

  
There's no hurry any more

  
When all is said

  
And done

  
That's not for me. I'm
a writer. Lone wolf.

  
If you change your mind

  
I'm the first in line

  
Honey, I'm still free

  
Take a chance on me

  
Sorry.

  
If you need me, let me know

  
I'm gonna be around

  
If you got no place to go

  
If you're feeling down

  
Speech!

  
I'm gonna make a speech, everybody.

  
Yeah, get ready.

  
If you're all alone
When the pretty birds have flown

  
Honey, I'm still free Take a chance on me

  
Gonna do my very best And it ain't no lie

  
If you put me to the test
If you let me try

  
Take a chance on me

  
Take a chance on me

  
Go, Bill.

  
We can go dancing

  
We can go walking
- As long as we're together

  
Listen to some music

  
Maybe just talking

  
You'd get to know me better

  
'Cause you know I've got
So much that I wanna do

  
When I dream I'm alone with you

  
It's magic

  
You want me to leave it there
- Afraid of a love affair

  
But I think you know

  
That I can't let go

  
If you're all alone
When the pretty birds have flown

  
Honey, I'm still free Take a chance on me

  
Gonna do my very best And it ain't no lie

  
If you put me to the test

  
If you let me try
Take a chance on me

  
Take a chance on me

  
It's Aphrodite!

  
Mamma mia Here I go again

  
My, my How can I resist you?

  
Mamma mia Does it show again?

  
My, my Just how much I've missed you?

  
Yes, I've been broken-hearted

  
Blue since the day we parted

  
Why, why did I ever let you go?

  
Mamma mia Now I really know

  
My, my I should not have let you go

  
I have a dream

  
A song to sing

  
To help me cope

  
With anything

  
If you see the wonder

  
Of a fairy tale

  
You can take the future

  
Even if you fail

  
I believe in angels

  
Something good in everything I see

  
I believe in angels

  
When I know the time is right for me

  
I'll cross the stream

  
I have a dream

  
I'll cross the stream

  
I have a dream

  
You can dance

  
You can jive

  
Having the time of your life

  
See that girl

  
Watch that scene

  
Dig in the dancing queen

  
Friday night and the lights are low

  
Looking out for a place to go

  
Where they play the right music

  
Getting in the swing

  
You come to look for a king

  
Anybody could be that guy

  
Night is young and the music's high

  
With a bit of rock music
Everything is fine

  
You're in the mood for a dance

  
And when you get the chance

  
You are the dancing queen

  
Young and sweet Only seventeen

  
Dancing queen

  
Feel the beat from the tambourine

  
Oh, yeah

  
You can dance

  
You can jive

  
Having the time of your life

  
See that girl

  
Watch that scene

  
Dig in the dancing queen

  
Bye.
- Bye.

  
You want another one?

  
Do you want another one?

  
Do you want another one?

  
Let's give it to them!
- You want another one?

  
Let's rip it up!

  
My, my, at Waterloo
Napoleon did surrender

  
Oh, yeah And I have met my destiny

  
In quite a similar way

  
The history book on the shelf

  
Is always repeating itself

  
Waterloo I was defeated, you won the war

  
Waterloo
Promise to love you for ever more

  
Waterloo Couldn't escape if I wanted to

  
Waterloo
Knowing my fate is to be with you

  
Waterloo Finally facing my Waterloo

  
And how could I ever refuse

  
I feel like I win when I lose

  
Waterloo I was defeated, you won the war

  
Waterloo
Promise to love you for ever more

  
Waterloo Couldn't escape if I wanted to

  
Waterloo
Knowing my fate is to be with you

  
Waterloo Finally facing my Waterloo

  
Waterloo Finally facing my Waterloo

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