-- approximate times given are marked from the beginning of the film, not the video tape --
6:40 Too much work
Rose: I canít do things half-assed anymore. I got to sound good. I gotta sound, but I . . . donít. I just got too much work.
7:22 Being Sincere
Rose: I canít drudge up the sincerity anymore.
8:51 Best Singers in the world
Rudge: Rose youíre one of the best singing ladies in the history of the world.
10:12 Rock & Roll Motto
Rose: Oh same as everybody. Hangin out, havin a good time, staying stoned, and getting laid.
11:05 Working for a Living
Rose: Well, honey, if you had to work for a living your ass would be draggin' too!
18:31 How to keep in shape
Rose: Do you know how I keep this old body in shape? Do ya? Do ya? The same way were gonna get this whole damn world into shape, Drugs, Sex, and Rock & Roll!
19:25 Hearing the Blues
Rose: Rose, when was the first time you heard the blues? You know what I tell them? I tell them the day I was born. You know why? You know why? Cuz I was born a Woman.
20:02 Waitresses at the banquet of life
Rose: What are we ladies? We are waitresses at the banquet of life. Get out of that kitchen and rattle them pots and pans. And you better look pretty god-damned good doing it too!
30:22 Full of Bull
Billy Ray: The worldís too full of bull, lady.
Billy Ray: Iíd appreciate if you didnít record any more of my tunes. Itíd be different if you knew what they mean.
31:30 No help
Rose [to Rudge]: You just stood there [when Billy Ray insulted her].
36:14 No Hippies
Local: We donít serve hippies.
Rose: Good, cuz we donít eat them neither.
48:03 Looney Tunes
Houston: I think anyone who talks about themselves in third person is Looney Tunes.
49:12 No charity
Rose: I donít need charity off of trash like you.
50:40 Going Home
Rose: Iíve waited all my life to go back there. Like a star.
58:11 Your Life
Houston: It ainít you so much as it is your life. Itís a grenade range.
Rose: There are very few real men left in this world. And I got myself one and Iím hangin' on.
1:10:10 The Army
Rose: Look what the army did to those poor little boys.
1:26:15 Remember me
Rose: Maybe next time youíll know who I am [to the hometown shop keeper].
1:30:25 Rudge as a Savior
Rudge: I loved getting hold of a selfless, hopeless, junkie and turning her into a performer.
1:37:00 The Game
Stage Manager: Maybe youíll end up winning Rudge, but I think your little game stinks.
Rose: Whereís everybody going?
2:01:47 Hometown Crowd
Rose: It feels real good to be homeÖ and youíre my family. Thank you for comingÖ I didnít mean to be lateÖ
Copyright (c) 2001 Jessica Roche, Graduate Student at Lehigh University.
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