( theme music playing )–( bicycle bell rings )
– ( laughter )I don’t know
exactly his position, but he’s bigtime
over there. – Knox:This is Balanchuk?
– Yeah.And you’ve dealt with him
directly in Atlantic City? Once or twice when he
was Torrio’s runner.
I don’t know. You don’t know? Not since
he got bumped up. Joseph Balanchuk.
What is that, Polish? It’s Ukrainian. I thought Torrio only
worked with Italians. Does he? It’s a syndicate,
for Christ’s sake. – Consisting of?
–Italians, sure.All kinds of greaseballs. Jews. He’s got this one,
Jake Guzik, runs
his breweries. But this Balanchuk,
he’s high up the ladder? Very high. He’s like Torrio’s second. – Bring it
up here, will you?
– Right, boss. Hungry? My dad was a sea dog. Tattoo of a mermaid
on his forearm. See the world. I bet that sounds pretty good
to you right now.I know this is difficult.But what you’re doing
takes courage. You’re a good father.( music playing )Get that. Come on.
Let’s get that unloaded. Let’s go.( chatter )( overlapping voices )
They ain’t gonna
move themselves.Come on, let’s just
give me a hand over here.Give me another barrel
of them oranges here.– Go. We’re done.
– All right. – Almost there.
– How many more crates left? – Just a few.
– You still here? Ain’t a mirage, lady. Those trucks got
to be on the road
in half an hour, McCoy. I’m at sea
for three weeks. Just catching up
with the boys. That sort of look
like a woman. In the right light,
I suppose. How would you pole jockeys
know what a woman looks like? Last call’s over.
Move your asses. You two still got
them full boxes
here to load. Let’s go.
Come on, get ’em out. ( men speaking Italian ) Luciano:
He’d sweat his balls
off in there.( Petrucelli
speaking Italian )Should make Joe happy. Tell him to come
down next time. Let’s move it along.
I’m on a schedule, fellas. Keep an eye
on thesefinocchi.Caught one of them trying
to steal some of our hooch. ( speaking Italian )( metal clanks )( phone ringing )Nucky:
You were supposed
to call me three hours ago.Sally:
You miss me?
Aw, shucks.This is business,
which runs on a schedule. You call me
just to say hello. Nucky:
Is that what this is?No.
Something’s wrong. Sid:
Nuck, I’m hanging up now.What is it? Sid:
I said I’m hanging up.I wasn’t talking to you!So what’s the problem?
That wop you’re in bed with,
Petrucelli–he’s pulling a fast one.How so?Turns out,
rum ain’t the only thing
you’re running.Him and the other ones,
Luciano and his partner– Lansky. – Who’s there?
–McCoy.He’s with me.
Anyway… turns out they’re
stashing heroin in
with your hoochand trucking it north.And you know this how? A girl has her ways. – You tell anyone
–( laughs )I prefer to live
near the swamp, not in it.– Well, keep him close by.
– Do I have to?Yes.And, Sally,
I owe you one.And don’t think
I don’t know it, sport.–( chatter )
– ( music playing )( laughter )– June: From our wedding.
– ( laughter ) – Knox:
Said how he’s too old.
– ( others laugh ) Aw.What are you doing here? I like to know what
my clients are insuring. Keeps me inspired. I understand
you’ve bought a policy. Knox:
Whole life.When it matures,
you’ll be sitting on
a nice little nest egg. Let’s hope
it doesn’t hatch. ( laughs ) Quite a boy
you’ve got here.Left college
to take a position
with the mayor’s office?That’s what
I call gumption. What is it you want
exactly, Mr.– Balanchuk. I recently transferred
from the Chicago office. Mr. Balanchuk. I just need to go over
a few documents and I’ll be
out of your hair. We’ll move into the kitchen,
give you some privacy. You should thank
your father.He knows that
in an instant,tragedy can strike
and everything a man’s
worked for,everything he loves,
everything he holds dear…( snaps fingers )
…can be gone. Get to work now, huh? Yes, sir. You come
to my fuckin’ house? Joseph Balanchuk has been
dead for two years. John Torrio paid
for his funeral. They don’t update me
on turnover. Playing me for a chump? You asked what I know.
That’s what I know. Next time, know better. Or as God is my judge, that bright-eyed
young son of yours will be breaking rocks
up at Trenton. Everything okay? Yeah.
Just a spill. That was some good coffee.
Thank you.( machines chugging )–( phones ringing )
– Price still hasn’t
come in yet.Yes, please hold
for Mrs. Rohan. Hello?
Yes, this is she. I’m calling in regard to your advertisement
in the “Herald.” The apartments in Inwood. No, I am unmarried. Recently widowed,
actually. A personal tour
would be grand. ( pencil snaps ) And in terms of rent,
is that– I– I’m sorry.
I’ll have to call you back. Changing your residence? I– just considering
my options. Mr. Bennett
is still at lunch. May I get you something,
Mr. Redstone? Have you any milk? Certainly. May I inquire as to
your salary, Mrs. Rohan? $11 per week. With the occasional bonus
for good performance. That’s $572 annually with a prospective yearly
rental of over half that. I imagine you’re frugal, but subtracting
for the grocer, transportation, clothing,
sundries and what have you, it seems these
particular quarters are above your means. I fail to see
this is of yours. May I offer you
some free advice? Is there anything
in the world? Forget this place
and call me. I own several
buildings uptown. Perhaps I could
steer you to more suitable
accommodations. In exchange for what? Your boss, Mr. Bennett, he and his ilk
driving downthe price of
Anaconda Realty stock,in which I’m invested.Soon, no doubt,
they plan on buying
it back. I need to know
when this happens. I could lose my job. Yes, you could. Or perhaps gain
something better. ( laughs )
Come on, Abe,
quit flirting. Hello, Robert. Nice chatting with you,
Mrs. Rohan. Bennett:
Got something special
coming in.You’re the first person
I thought of.He show his face
around here, him or one of his boys,
you get word to me right quick. Ain’t seen a hair
of the doctor since
the other night. Ain’t heard his
speechifying neither. His jabbering days
be over soon enough. Tonight we pay a visit
down the Northside – and see how he–
– ( trash clatters ) Back in the kitchen, ofay. This here private. So this here the new
dishwasher Nucky hire? Half-face white boy
taking our jobs. Well, the way
I see it, one man got as much right
to eat as another. And this here man
a friend of mine. Mr. Harrow. Mr. White. You need something,
you look me up. Tonight, over at UNIA. We wait till after dark. Ain’t nobody gonna be there
but Narcisse and his men. So he’s running,
being chased through these
giant flowerpots, and he’s jumping
and bouncing in and out like he’s got
springs in his shoes. – ( giggles )
– What? Who was? Douglas Fairbanks.
Ain’t you listening? Hey, Nuck, you see “The Thief
of Bagdad”? You’ve got time
to go to the pictures? No. Just, you know. I need you
to take some men, head out to
the White Horse Pike. Mickey:
What’s out there? A convoy of trucks
heading from Tampa
to New York. – You want me
to stop it?
– Yes. And find the heroin
with our rum. Petrucelli’s in business
with Masseria? Masseria, Luciano, Lansky. – Jesus.
– This kid,
this fucking Luciano. Should have let me
plug him years ago
when I had the chance. First, let’s make sure
it’s true. Bring Knox
and a couple of his men. Flash some tin,
less likely to get messy. Just get it done. Ralph:
You take everything
north of 22nd.That’s 84 speaks
in total. Up to or including Madison? ( sniffling )
Include it. Let Hymie Weiss try
and tell you otherwise. Johnny, hey.
gone already. – Who’s this?
– George. From the flower shop.
I told you about him,
didn’t I? No. Sir, he helped us
retirement party. No, that was
a disgruntled customer. Half a fin
for a dozen roses– you get ’em home,
they’re already wilting. Drive any
fella to murder.
( laughs ) George here’s gonna be
taking over my collections. Yeah, I’m moving
Ralphie up. Oh, you are? So’s I can run
more hands-on. And what’ll I be doing? Come again? While your hands
are on the distribution, what will I be doing? Whatever you want.
I mean, I ain’t gonna
squeeze you out
or nothing. You wouldn’t squeeze me
out of my own operation? – That is very
generous of you.
– You know what I mean. I mean, I know
you like to relax. I got people
coming up behind me. They’re, what do
you call it, ambitious. I’ve been meaning to talk
to you about this anyway. So talk. ( sniffles ) We had discussions,
you and me, about the future when you got back
from Italy. Expanding my role
when you retire. But I ain’t
retiring, Al. No. Right. Of course. I know that. Someday.
Eventually. I’m gonna go.
It’s good you’re
thinking ahead. ( chattering ) I remind you all
once again that our other business
must be kept far away– Doctor. – Man: Watch out!
– ( people screaming ) Man:
Get down!Come on, let’s go. Chalky– – Go! Go!
–( engine revving )– ( gun clicks )
– ( growling ) C. Auguste Dupin. I don’t know him. He’s fictional.
A detective. “The Murders
in the Rue Morgue.” Right. Those stories
are the reason I wanted
to join law enforcement. You’ve handled
yourself well. I’m sure you were
a good cop. Are we friends now? Dinner bell. You don’t have
to be my pal, Eli. I mean, heck,
I don’t even think
you like me. But really, this doesn’t
have to be so bad. – ( overlapping voices )
– ( chatter ) – Fan it out. Let’s go.
– All right. – Man: Hold up.
– ( engine stops ) Selby:
Stay where you are, sir.Eli, what the fuck
is this? – Knox:Search the trucks.
– Man #2: Move!Since when did you start
riding with the help? You want to tell me
what’s transpiring here?
We’re already behind. ( chatter ) It’s none
of your business
what we got in there. Is there a problem,
Agent Selby? This wise head
won’t get out
of the way. Perhaps you’re using
the wrong approach. Step aside, please. Tell it to
Joe the boss. Why don’t you
relay the message
instead? ( men shouting ) Any other objections? Man #3:
No, sir.All right, all right.
All right. Open up.
Open up. Was that necessary? You heard the man.
They’re already behind. Take your time,
by all means. And before this gets
any further out of hand, please tell me how
I can be of assistance. We understand you’re
carrying more than rum. If we are, that’s beyond
any personal knowledge I have –of the situation.
– ( whistles )( music playing )( music continues )( knocking )Dr. Narcisse. Chalky White. Sid:
I told him he wasn’t
here, boss.You don’t tell
Dr. Narcisse anything. He’s not. Now you’ve heard it
from me, so… He came at me.
I want him dead. – Came at you how?
–With a pistol.He and his men
killed three of mine. – This happened tonight?
–And tonight it ends.What you yourself began. Dead! I will cut him
from nave to chaps. You’ll find the meat
tough, Doctor. Tell me where he is
or don’t. Your choice. Dr. Narcisse, there’s something
I’ve been meaning
to ask you for quite some time. Who the fuck
do you think you are? ( growls ) Cast your lot?
Is it so? Your leaving on your feet
or on your back is entirely up to you. So don’t make a mistake. – You ready for this?
– Just say. I’ll put one in
this burrhead right now. Mr. Thompson,
he not ready for this. Don’t be so sure. I told you,
I don’t know
where Chalky is. You’ve got
problems with him, take it up with him. Now get the fuck
out of my club. When I run him through, watch the light go out, I hope he knows what
a friend he had in you. You sure
this copacetic? I ain’t never fought
no war but my own. They’re painting
the Legion hall. You’ll be safe here
through the weekend.Went straight through.How you know that? I’ve been around
many people who’ve been shot.( knocking )It’s your friend. Oh, my God. What did he do? De-Ernie:
Brought her directly,
Mr. White.Ain’t nobody follow y’all? ( groans ) You go on now.
Make the midnight show so they ain’t suspicious. Yes, sir. You go, too. I’ll be fine. He’ll come after you,
you know. Come after us. Let him come. Can you even
raise your arm?( water dripping )( man and woman shouting )–( clank )
– ( woman screaming )–( baby crying )
– ( argument continues )( man’s voice fades )–( door slams )
– ( baby crying )–( women laughing )
– ( dogs barking )( seagulls screeching )You come to me
practically begging, some wet-behind-the-ears
little shit. – Nucky–
– You assure me your
intentions are honorable, that you and your partner
have big plans for the future. – If you’d just let me speak–
– I let you in on the deal. Things are going great and what do you do
the second you get
the chance? – Mr. Thompson–
– You stick it up
my fucking ass. We were coerced,
Charlie and I. By Masseria. – He found out about Tampa
from his cousin…
– Petrucelli.…then realized he could
use it to his advantage.As did you and your
greaseball partner. He would have killed us
if we didn’t go along. You think
I fucking won’t? I know that is
a distinct possibility, though I do pray to God
it doesn’t happen. If it were strictly
up to me, sir, I’d have nothing
to do with narcotics. There is plenty
of money in liquor,
which is a much safer and eminently more
socially acceptable– You’ve got two seconds
to drop the fucking Boy Scout routine
or you’re going
in that hole. ( sobbing ) There’s a fortune
to be made in heroin. Millions and millions
of dollars. Now I don’t know
about you, but the way I saw it,
it was the same life
I was risking either way. I’m begging you,
Please. What would you have done
if you were me? – You’re going to call him.
– Call who? Masseria.
If he’d like to see you or his heroin
ever again, tell him to get
his ass down here. ( exhales ) Sid:
left a message. Says it’s urgent. You’re set for 2:00
with the Palm Court. Mr. Murphy is running
five minutes late. Remind me to stick it
to him later. And do me a favor. Make sure these trade
confirmations get filed. Anaconda Realty? Redstone, some of these
other dubs, they’re down by 80%. I’ll tell you, they say
these kikes are smart. Well, this one’s
dumb as a doornail with the deepest pockets
I’ve ever seen. They’re no match
for you, sir. They’re greedy,
every last one of them. Redstone included. Thinks he can get rich
without doing a thing. Well, the more
fool him. I’d like to take
the new Duesenberg
for a test drive. There’s a number
for a salesman on
my desk somewhere. Consider it done. That’s what Valentino
drives, you know. Oh. It’s warm, but it’s all
I can find. They keep the rest
locked up. It’s fine, thank you. How we get
to Narcisse? May we have some
privacy, please? Of course. Are you thinking straight
about any of this? She put the knife
in Purnsley back. He came to see me
last night. Narcisse. – What he offer?
– It doesn’t matter. But what he wants
is you on a slab. What you want? I can tell you
what I don’t want, and that’s a fucking war. You okay? Been worse. You’ve been better, too. So push come to shove, what happen then? I’m here, aren’t I? You said you ain’t
want no war. I don’t want
the trots either, but when I get them,
I deal with it. You know,
someone once told me all of man’s problems
come from his inability to just sit in a room. Doing that right now. Then I suppose
your troubles are over. Don’t do anything
until you hear from me. Bader:
…and as a devoted friendof the good and decent
people of the Northside,I vow this– neither I nor the members
of the sheriff’s department will rest until every last one
of the cowardly perpetrators of this heinous attack
are brought to justice. Thank you. – ( reporters clamoring )
– Mr. Mayor, is it true Chalky White is being
sought for questioning? Mr. Mayor, will the city
rebuild the UNIA office? ( reporters continue
shouting ) Man:
Harry, help me
with this lamp.Harry:
All right, got it.Ah, Nucky Thompson. Always a pleasure. – Perhaps for you.
–( Masseria laughs )Things look different
during the day, no? You see all the– how you say? The flaws. I’ve always preferred
bringing things to light. Meyer, now why you so blue? It could have something
to do with the heroin
you had him import. Ah,si.
He mention this
to me when he called.So what do you have
to say for yourself? We wait, huh? Till my partner come. What partner? Forgive me my tardiness.It is a quality
I deplore in others.Ah, no.
We just get started. What the hell
is going on? The world is going on,
Mr. Thompson. Without you, depending on
what passes here today. You two are partners? In a manner
of speaking, yes. As you’ve deduced,
I am deeply entrenched in the business
of providing heroin to those wretched souls
who desire it. Mr. Masseria and I
have recently embarked
on an arrangement wherein he will supply me
with product via Tampa. Using my trucks
for delivery. – So you see.
– We do business already,
the three of us. And if I don’t like it? Narcisse:
I should paint
you a picture,but I assure you
it would not be pretty. There is money
to be made, Mr. Thompson. A very great deal of it. I will not be your friend, but I will be
an able partner. One far more dependable
than you’ve ever had before. – Just like that?
–No.I will require your full
support on the Northside to include you delivering
your Mr. White to me personally. This is nonnegotiable. What do I get? What do you want? For starters, I want
my fucking share.One third of any heroin
already imported.And one third of any
imported in the future. So we have struck
a bargain, then? Yes. You will not be sorry,
Mr. Thompson. I see great days ahead. Woman:
The mayor will be right
with you, Mr. Thompson.– Anything from Knox?
– Can’t find him. Woman:
for Mayor Bader.– Bader:Hello?
– Ed, it’s me.– Nucky.
–Listen to me clearly.This is an emergency.I need you to send
two sheriff’s deputies to get Chalky White
out of town. Okay. ( laughter ) Fella goes to a drugstore
to buy rubbers. The guy goes, “You want
a bag with that?” Fella says, “No, thanks,
she ain’t that ugly.” ( laughing ) How do you make
your wife scream
while you’re having sex? Call her,
tell her about it. ( laughing ) Torrio:
All right.All right,
I’m heading out. Johnny, stay.
Have a drink. I’ll catch your matinee
performance tomorrow. Another round. – What’s that called?
– Tom Collins. – I’ll kill that bum.
– Oh.( phone ringing )What’s a good bar
and a good woman
have in common? Al:
I don’t know.Liquor in the front,
poker in the back. ( laughing ) You’ve never–? Al, you got a call. ( snorting )
Who is it? –He didn’t say.
– Take a message.Said it’s important. I’ll take it in there.
Come on. ( sniffling ) – Hello.
– Man:This Al?– ( gasps, laughs )
– Yeah, who’s this? Man:
Never mind who it is.Yeah? Then what the fuck
do you want? Man:Nothing.
I was just calling
to say good-bye.Al:
Get down! ( screaming ) ( screaming )( women screaming, crying )Ralph!
Ralphie! You okay? Ralph:
I’m all right.Oh, my God! Sweet, merciful Jesus. Oh, my God. – ( crying )
– Man:Come on, come on.Well, lucky for John
he left when he did, huh? Huh? You okay? ( blows nose ) Are you sure I can’t
offer you something else? I’m fine, thank you.
Please. ( sighs )
I’m too nervous to eat. You needn’t worry.
I’m a married man. You must be joking. I am. Though what would
Mr. Thompson think? He can think
what he wants. My life is my own. Not that this is that. This is business. Drink your tea.
It settles the nerves. It’s impossible
to get ahead. And believe me,
I’ve tried. I work hard,
I save my– You owe no one
Miss Rohan. Mr. Bennett– Mr. Bennett is a criminal
no different than– Than me? I was going to say
my husband. Though to be fair, one could paint me
with that same brush. Anaconda Realty. Mr. Bennett and his partners
own the company. He bought more shares
this afternoon. You should do so yourself
as soon as possible. 30,000 shares
preferred stock. You shouldn’t sell
until he does. I’ll let you know
when that happens. In return for what? A rent-free apartment guaranteed for five years. A safe neighborhood with rooms
for the children. You’ll accept nothing
from Mr. Thompson, yet you will from me? I earned this. And when it’s over,
I owe you nothing. We have a deal. Very well. I’ve never done business
with a woman before. Well, how did you like it? Quite the treat. You got peoples anywhere? Just here in this room. You? You stay here,
wait till morning. Catch a train out west. You’ll be safe there. I’m going wherever you go.( cars approaching )They’re here. Mr. White?
Climb in the back. Crouch down a little. Uncle Nucky. Will, what are you
doing here? I tried to call.
The line was busy. Want a drink? What’s wrong? Earlier today the mayor
gave a press conference. I saw the afternoon paper. Well, afterwards
he had a meeting. This colored doctor
from the Northside. – Narcisse?
–I don’t know.He had a beard.
Suit cost more than– – What did they talk about?
–I couldn’t hear,but they were in Bader’s
office for over an hour. Get me the American
Legion Hall on Pacific. ♪ I’m going down
to the river of Jordan ♪ ♪ Oh, yes ♪ ♪ I’m going down
to the river of Jordan ♪ ♪ One of these days,
hallelujah ♪ ♪ I’m going down
to the river of Jordan… ♪ Thought we was
going to Philly. We are.
Like I said. Missed the turnoff
back there. That right? Doing some work
on that road. Taking a different route. ♪ I’m gonna eat
at the welcome table ♪ ♪ One of these days,
hallelujah… ♪ ( groans ) – You all right?
– Yeah. Shoulder. Hurt a touch. You’ll feel better
with some sleep. Maybe I’ll close
my eyes a while. ♪ I’m gonna put
on silver slippers ♪ ♪ Oh, yes ♪ ♪ I’m gonna put
on silver slippers ♪ ♪ One of these days,
hallelujah ♪ ♪ I’m gonna put on
silver slippers ♪ ♪ I’m gonna put on silver
slippers one of these days… ♪ ( screams ) – ( all grunting )
– Daughter: No! – ( groaning )
– ( gunshot ) Oh, damn! – ( choking )
– Chalky: Steer the car! ( neck snaps ) ( panting ) Chalky:
Help me get him out.Agent P-138:
Carnegie Hall, one month ago.Nearly 3,000 Negroes
in attendance to see Garvey.If anything, his arrest
has made him more popular.Man to his left,
that Patterson? Yes, sir. We can’t get any more
inside than him. Pathetic, isn’t it? They join his club, attend his
mandatory outings.In exchange, he sells them
uniforms signifying nothing,with the profits being used
to fund his appeal.That man has done
more damage free on bail than most criminals
achieve in a lifetime.3,000 Negroes with ideas
in their heads–that’s a threat
worth worrying about. Your tail’s wagging, Jim. I got our weak link. Nucky Thompson– his brother Eli. We backed him
into a corner. He’s going to connect
all the dots for us, Edgar. Our man in Harlem. I may need you
from time to time to nourish
that relationship. Yes, Mr. Director. What is this? I’m late for a debriefing. Yes, of course, sir. ( music playing ) Since when
are you so shy? This isn’t the right
place to be. Do you just want
to sit at home moping? What do you have
to be so happy about? Tonight?
Nothing at all. That’s why we’re here. Boardwalk Slim. We just commencing.
( laughs ) Sit anywhere you want. We’re allowed to? After hours. It’s all
just us here. Go on.
That’s what you
came here for.♪ Ba-ba-dee-da-da ♪♪ Ba-ba-dee-da-da ♪ ♪ Ba-ba-dee-da-da ♪ ♪ Ba-ba-dee-da-da ♪♪ Ba-ba-dee-da-da… ♪I’m sorry. Just lying down
for a minute. No need to apologize. It’s an intoxicating brew– the music, the smoke,
the alcohol. I haven’t had anything. What’s stopping you? Not in the mood,
I suppose. At times, it seems
all there is is us and our unhappiness. This is one
of those times. Sit. Please. You’re not with
the musicians. No. I came with my brother. That’s him playing
with Mr. Coates. You are
Mr. White’s child? You know him? We are intimately
associated. Richard Pastor. Maybelle White. No wonder he’s so proud. Do you know where he is? Alas, no. I’ve heard
the rumors, the lies. And beneath it all, the old drumbeat
of injustice. Mother won’t even
get out of bed. And you are to be
married, are you not? Not as of 3:00
this afternoon.Samuel wasn’t even there.His father told me.
I think he enjoyed it. Why must it be
the daughters who suffer? That’s the funny thing.
I’m not suffering. I’m– I don’t know what I am. Except something
I’m not supposed to be. Dangerous… for people like us. Like us? To be what we are, where we are, and dare to stand free, what could be more lonely? I was supposed to come
here to forget things. ( tisks ) Then go and forget. What the fuck’s going on? You’ve got the Seventh
Regiment out there. Bader’s turned.
He’s in Narcisse’s pocket. What? You reach anyone yet? He’s locked inside
his office preparing a statement.Word is two deputies
are dead on the Pike.Why are you here? Nucky:
He’s doing his job, Eli.Why else would I put him
next to Bader? You need to leave
this room. He’s already
heard it all. This is the life
you want? Pop, isn’t it
what we do? All right. Let’s get it
sorted out.( waves crashing )♪ I’m going down
to the river of Jordan ♪♪ Oh, yes ♪♪ I’m going down
to the river of Jordan ♪♪ One of these days,
hallelujah ♪♪ I’m going down
to the river of Jordan ♪♪ I’m going
down to the river of Jordan ♪♪ One of these days ♪♪ I’m gonna eat
at the welcome table ♪♪ Oh, yes ♪♪ I’m gonna eat
at the welcome table ♪♪ One of these days,
hallelujah ♪♪ I’m gonna eat
at the welcome table ♪♪ I’m gonna
eat at the welcome table ♪♪ One of these days ♪♪ I’m gonna put on
silver slippers ♪♪ Oh, yes ♪♪ I’m gonna put on
silver slippers ♪♪ One of these days,
hallelujah ♪♪ I’m gonna put on
silver slippers ♪♪ I’m gonna
put on silver slippers ♪♪ One of these days. ♪