Mannequin 2: On the Move


Going to drive all night

Wake up!

And start believing

Racing through the darkness

to the light

Make me an offer

I can't refuse

Near my back to the wall

Fold me a bed

with those concrete shoes

It don't matter at all

Through the fire, on the ice

I've been knocked down

once or twice

I've got something

left to prove

Going to prove it to you

You better wake up

'Cause my time is coming

And I'm running all the way

Wake up!

And start believing

Racing through

Racing through the night

Wake up!

- Oh, thank you.

- Hold it.

Start believing

Ooh, you better wake up

Wake up!

I like to get candids.

Come with me.

Yeah, it might just be

your ID badge,

but I try to capture

the essence of every Prince employee.

Here, sign this.

I'm Andy Ackerman, Security.

I don't miss much.

Hi, I'm Jason Williamson.

I guess you're wondering what

I'm doing with a steering wheel, right?

Steering wheel?

Oh, that.

No, I assumed it was a key chain.

No. No, I just don't want

my jeep stolen.

You don't have to worry about that

with me around here.

- Isn't that hair spray?

- Yeah. Well, I sort of

flunked Mace class.


You blind one instructor,

- they make you wait six months.

- Yeah.

Oh, here. Don't lose this baby.

You can charge anything in the store

with it. 10 percent off, too.

- Come with me. I'll help you check in.

- Thanks.

I'm supposed to report

to a Mr. James.

- Do you know...

- Oh, boy. Yeah.

Has the shipment arrived

from Hauptmann-Koenig yet?

- It's coming in this afternoon.

- Not good enough.

- I want it this morning.

- That's impossible, sir.

Nothing is impossible.

"Impossible" is a dirty, dirty word.

- Dust.

- Pardon me?

I smell dust.

Dust your counter.

Make a showplace

of the workplace.

"Make a showplace

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