START: 1931, we were married. Set up hom...

Be My Baby

Mrs. Adams

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START: 1931, we were married. Set up home in a rented room and just assumed it’d happen. We were both from big families but we’d set our hearts on two.

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END: I didn’t know such happiness was possible. We’ve not had it easy, what with one thing and another. We’ve not had it easy but for Mary.

For full extended monologue, please refer to the script edition cited here: Amanda Whittington, Be My Baby, Nick Hern Books, 2014, pp.59-60.

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