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    Sati: I know, it's ridiculous.

    Saskia: (laughing) Why is it ridiculous?

    Sati: I don't know. Sometimes I feel just, like, ridiculous. A lot of times I feel pretty ridiculous and I feel like I just want, like, one girl to love, you know?

    Saskia: (laughs) Well - But didn't you have one?

    Sati: Yeah.

    Saskia: I don't know. Do you feel like you're gonna find that again?

    Sati: Um...

    Saskia: Or do you think you're gonna get back with her.

    Sati: Yeah, but I don't think it's something that's gonna be so easy, you know?

    Saskia: Yeah.

    Sati: But I think it is totally will happen again. But um... It's, like, hard to think about it happening again when it did happen and when, like, it's there, you know?

    Saskia: Yeah.

    Sati: It's like you can see it but you're like, 'Oh, I'll see another one.' It's like... (laughs) I don't know.

    Saskia: You're not done with that one yet.

    Sati: It's like a meteor, you know?

    Saskia: Yeah.

    Sati: Like, you always hear about 'em and dream about 'em and it's, like, a big fucking deal. And they're, like, super mysterious and you don't know where they come from and they're really old and wild. But um... You know? You're like, 'Oh, you'll see another one someday.' Maybe you won't.

    Saskia: The next meteor shower is ten years from now, but you could sleep
    through it. You don't know. (laughs)

    Sati: Or - Or, like a - What's that - Not - Eclipses happen more often than that. What's that one that happens every, like, century.

    Saskia: I don't know.

    Sati: Fuck. I can't think of it.

    Saskia: Hopefully they're not every century.

    Sati: That would be a good one. Something like that. That would be a good one. You don't want it to be like that, but it might be.

    Saskia: Maybe... This is something I wonder about a lot. (laughs)

    Sati: (laughs)

    Saskia: Um... Yeah.

    Please look at me.
    Oh, please look at me, my love.
    Here I am.

    Sati: Have you heard this song? It's really good.

    Saskia: Yeah, I like it.

    (turns music up)
    Oh, my love
    Who am I?
    Nobody knows but me
    Nobody knows but me
    Who am I?
    Nobody else can see
    Just you and me
    Who are we
    Oh, my love
    Oh, my love
    Oh (music fades out)

    Saskia: I think I'm gonna end it there.

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