[Announcer:] "The stars of our show, and America's "shiekest" couple, Eddie Sparks and Dixie Leonard!" [J:] I remember you. [B:] I'd like to say that you're in my dreams. [J:] You're the one who made my dreams come true [B:] You're usually dead, [J:] a few [B:] without a head, [J:] kisses ago. [B:] and lots of natives are picking their teeth with your bones. [J:] I remember, too, [B:] Oh, what a dream! [J:] a distant bell, [B:] It comes at night and taunts me, [J:] and stars that fell [B:] and, like your jokes, it haunts me until [J:] like rain out of the blue. [B:] I'm blue as your face as the last breath leaves you. [J:] When my life is through, [B:] I'll jump for joy. [J:] and the angels ask me to recall [B:] and when Winchell asks me to recall who's a chump and a heel. [J:] the thrill of it all, [B:] Who's the biggest schlemeil? [Both:] Then I will tell them I remember . . . [J:] "So, uh, it's my birthday comin' up." [B:] "Yeah, I know, Eddie." [J:] "But, what do you give a guy that's got everything?" [B:] "Uh, penicillin?" [J:] "Hmmm, hey Dix? You ever been married?" [B:] "Oh, yeah, Eddie, twice!" [J:] "Children?" [B:] "No, silly! Grown men! Tell me, Eddie, what's the most romantic thing a woman ever said to you?" [J:] "Are you sure you're not a cop?" Then I will tell them I remember . . . you. [B:] You [J:] and you.