The City of Absurdity Lost Highway
a film by David Lynch
Story Board pg. 14

Sheila: What do you want?
Pete: Nothin'... You want to go for a drive?
Sheila: I don't know.
Pete: Come on...get in.

Sheila: Why don't you like me?
Pete: I do like you, Sheila.
Sheila puts her lips up' close to his and whispers.
Sheila: How much?

Pete kisses her and she kisses him back. They start to feel each other and Sheila takes off her tight sweater. She's wearing no bra and Pete begins to feel her breasts while she unbuttons his shirt. They continue to kiss hard throughout.

The radio is on and a tune comes on that begins to drive Pete crazy - it gives him a headache. The tune is one of Fred Madison's be-bop saxophone pieces.

Phil: Why'd you change it? I liked that.
Pete: Well, I didn't.

A beautiful blonde-haired girl sitting in the passenger seat of Mr. Eddy's car

She looks exactly like Renee except she is about eight years younger.
The girl is staring right into Pete's eyes.

This Magic Moment
So different and so new
was like any other
until I met you...

...and then it happened.
It took me be surprise

I knew that you felt it too.
I could see it by the look in your eyes...

...Sweeter than wine
Softer than a summer's night
Everything I want, I have
Whenever I hold you tight...

...This magic moment,
While your lips are close to mine,
Will last forever,
Forever, 'til the end of time

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