Song for Marion: Deleted Scenes

9 min

Right, everyone.

Let's go from the same place.

- Up you get, then.

- Ooh, right.

One, two, three, four.

# Hey, did you happen to see

the most beautiful girl in the world?

# And if you did

# Was she cryin', cryin'?

# Hey, if you happen to see

the most beautiful girl

# That walked out on me

# Tell her I'm sorry

# Tell her I need my baby

# Oh, won't you tell her that I love her?

# Maybe I'm crazy

# Ahhhhhhh

# Crazy

# Ahhhh

# Ahhhh-ahhhhh

- All right, everyone, keep it together.

# Crazy

# Maybe you're crazy

# Ahhhh-ahhhhh

# Maybe we're crazy

# Ahhhh-ahhhhh

# Probably

# Ahhhhh!

# Dah-dum, dum-dum, dum-dum-dah

# Ooooh!

Beautiful, guys. Beautiful.

You're fabulous.

- Night.

- Night.

- Always the last to leave.

- See you later, ladies.

Sorry, I was talking with Lizzy.

Arthur, have you been smoking?

Look, what have I told you before?

Look at the signs. They say no smoking.

It's hard enough

keeping this place open as it is.

Smoke outside.

# Crazy, maybe we're crazy

# Aaah! Aaah!

- I know you like it.

- Aaah!

OK. Now get some rest, otherwise

you'll be a nightmare tomorrow, OK?

All right. You gonna give me a kiss?

Might not wake up tomorrow.

- Five pages, OK? Then bye-bye.

- Bye-bye.

- Is he here?

- He's in the pit.

Yo. Your dad's here.

- What you doing?

- You OK? Fixing this.

- Steering shaft's gone.

- I need you to do something for me.

Hang on. Steven, where's the big wrench

from in here? I was using it.

Your mum wants you to take her

to the centre tonight.

- Well, where are you?

- It's Thursday. My night with the lads.

Couldn't you have told me earlier?

It's four o'clock.

Well, if you don't want to do it,

it's OK. I don't...

I don't mind doing it.

Just tell me earlier.

I've got Jennifer. It's half term.

I'll have to bring her.

You need to pick her up by seven and

you'll need to bring her home, an' all.

- OK. How is she?

- Well, if you saw her, you'd know.

- We do have to have a name, don't we?

- Have we got a name?

Erm, well, I had to put a name forward

so I put... You're not gonna like this.

- Why?

- You're not gonna like this.

The OAP'Z.

- Old age pensioners.

- Oh, no.

With a Z, though, at the end,

to make it street.

What are we...

What are we gonna sing?

Oh, hello, Arthur.

- What are you lot doing here?

- Talking about you.

- Ha-bloody-ha.

- We're doing an audition.

Major competition.

We're going to be singing.

- Better get some folks

who can sing, eh? - Oh.

- You should be resting.

- I'm all right.

Well, don't blame me

if she's struggling later.

- Who's she, the cat's mother?

- Right, well, I'll take these out.

Don't you, don't you worry.

He's a... a puffed-up pigeon.

You could be a bit more positive, Arthur.

We haven't sung in front of anyone before

and Marion could use

a little bit of encouragement.

She'll get laughed at,

singing that nonsense.

So what if people laugh at us?

That's their problem.

I just don't want her hopes

getting built up

so that she's let down

if you don't get picked.

It's not about winning or losing.

That's not why we're doing it.

Then why are you doing it?

When you can be bothered

to come along and watch

and look at the faces of Marion

and the others,

then ask that question again.

All right. Come, then, ladies,

if you want a lift home.

Oh, now don't you say a word.

He's not even late yet.

It's pointless to ask him to do anything.


- Hey, Grandma.

- Hello, pet.

I'm gonna make a move.

Your mum has to be there by seven.

She's got half an hour yet.

- Hello, Grandad.

- Hello, Funny-fer.

I'm off, then.


Hello, my favourite people

in the whole world.

Before we start,

can I just have your attention, please?

- Quickly, quickly, ladies.

- Oh, sorry.

Thank you very much.

So, as some of you can see, I have entered

us into a very lovely choir competition.

- Can we win something?

- Well, yeah, maybe.

But I'd just be happy

if we took part, to be honest.

- What will we have to do?

- We have to perform in front of a judge.

If he thinks we're any good,

he'll enter us into the main competition.

Oh, come on, it's great.

We'll knock 'em dead.

What we'll do is,

I'll start thinking of some music

and everyone take one of these flyers home

and prepare for lots of practice.

Prepare for battle, more like.

Nice attitude, Cheryl.

What about it?

Go on, then.

You got me this time.

- If you can't enjoy yourself on your...

- Checkmate.

# Nowhere to run to, nowhere to hide

# Doo-doo-doo-doo, doo-doo

# Nowhere to run to, no

# Nowhere to run to

# Nowhere to hide

# Doo-doo-doo-doo, doo-doo

# Nowhere to run to, no

# Nowhere to run to, baby

# Nowhere to run to, nowhere to hide

Marion! Marion!

It must be very boring for you guys

losing all the time.

Three games you've won.

We've been playing all night.

- I'll leave you guys to it.

- Thanks for getting him.

- If there's anything I can do...

- Haven't you done enough, you lot?


- Is she asleep?

- Yeah.

Give Grandma a kiss

and we'll wait outside for Grandad.


You OK?

Steady as she goes.

You warm?

I've got two blankets over me.

Well, at least I think I have.

Oh, no, it's one folded over.

I thought there was two.

- Hello, Doctor.

- Sorry to keep you waiting.

You've been prodded and poked

quite a bit this last week, Mrs Harris.

Hm. It's all in a good cause.

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