Cherie is a nightclub singer from Kansas City. She tried to escape
I never did decide to marry him. Everything was goin’ fine until he brought up that subjeck. Bo come in one night when I was singin’ “That Old Black Magic.” It’s one a my best numbers.
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Then he dragged me onto the bus and I been on it ever since. And somewhere deep down inside me, I gotta funny feelin’ I’m gonna end up in Montana.
For full extended monologue, please refer to the script edition cited here: William Inge, Bus Stop. Dramatist Play Service, 1984. pp. 34-35.
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