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Titanic (Musical) - No Moon

FLEET
No moon
No wind
Nothing to spy things by
No wave
No swell
No line where sea meets sky
Stillness
Darkness
Can't see a thing, says I
No reflection
Not a shadow
Not a glint of light
Meets the eye...

And we go sailing
Sailing
Ever westward on the sea
We go sailing
Sailing
Ever on
Go we...

IDA STRAUS
It's a beautiful night, Mr. Straus
Even though there's no moon
Look at all the stars
Can you find the big dipper?

ISIDOR STRAUS
The big dipper? I can't even find our own stateroom.
Every time I go out for a walk, finding my way back is
an adventure.

IDA STRAUS
Maybe you drop some bread crumbs

ISIDOR STRAUS
Can you feel how cold it's getting, Mrs. Straus?
All in the past couple of hours
Would you like me to get your fur stole?

IDA STRAUS
What, and maybe never see you again?
No thank you, I'd rather freeze

JIM FARRELL
Are you cold, then, Katie?

KATE MCGOWAN
Not now that you've got your arm around me...

JIM FARRELL
But I don't-
Oh, you're a funny one, Kate Mcgowan.

KATE MCGOWAN
Funny? T'anks very much.

JIM FARRELL
Becasue you come right out with what you want.

KATE MCGOWAN
And you find that funny, do you?
What kind of girl do you think I am?
You think I need to be told what I want?
Life's too short for that, me boy-o

CAPT. SMITH
The weather's quite changed, Mr. Lightoller

LIGHTOLLER
Yes, Sir, it's turned very cold
Only one point above freezing

MURDOCH
Ocean temperature's down to thirty-one degrees, Captain

CAPT. SMITH
Warn the carpenter to check our supply of fresh water,
Mr. Murdoch
-and tell the engine room to watch the steam winches.

MURDOCH
Aye, aye, sir

CAPT. SMITH
There's not much wind, is there?

LIGHTOLLE
No, Sir. It appears to be a flat calm.

FLEET SMITH,LIGHTOLLER,MURDOCH
...And we go sailing See how calm it is
Sailing
Smooth as polished glass
Ah, the open sea
Ever westward
On the sea
Feel the bite in the air
...We go sailing
Sailing Ah, the open sea
Smooth as polished glass
Ever on
Go we...

CAROLINE NEVILLE
Charles, think!
In two days, America!
What's the first thing your going to do when we get there, darling?
After Marrying me, of course-

CHARLES CLARKE
Apply to the sports desk of an important New York newspaper.
I'm sure that they can use a journalist with my experience.

CAROLINE NEVILLE
Oh, darling, you're sure to be a success!

CHARLES CLARKE
Let us both hope so...

BOTH
That's why we're going there...

MRS. CARDOZA
Good evening, gentlemen.

THE MAJOR
Madam, this happens to bo the Smoke Room!

MRS. CARDOZA
So I see.

J.J. ASTOR
Women are never permitted in the 1st calss Smoke Room, madam.

MRS. CARDOZA
Don't look so shocked, gentlemen. There's a new world out there.

THE MAJOR
There's a new world out where?

MRS. CARDOZA
Mr. Hartley, that's a new melody- what's it called?

HARTLEY
"Autumn," m'am.