Johnny Cash: You know what your problem is, June Carter? You are afraid to be in love, you are afraid of losing control, And you know what June Carter, I think you are afraid of livin’ in my big fat shadow.
June Carter: Oh really? Is that what my problem is?
Johnny Cash: Yes.
June Carter: My problem is that it’s 2 A.M. My problem is I’m asleep. I’m on a tour bus with eight stinkin’ men. Rule number one: Don’t propose to a girl on a bus, you got that? Rule number two: Don’t tell her it’s because you had a bad dream.
Johnny Cash: June.
June Carter: What?
Johnny Cash: Marry me.
(June glares)
Johnny Cash: Ok… Ok fine… but that’s the last time i’m asking…
June Carter: Well, good. I hate reruns.

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