I know. By now, you know, you've stuck it in so many places, it's like about to fall off.
Yeah, you know, and I can't realistically expect that you've become anything but a total ho, at this point.
So what kind of songs do you write? I didn't know you did that.
I don't know, just songs.
Like, some are about, you know, people, uh, relationships. One's about my cat.
No, I can't, I don't have a guitar.
Oh, co- come on. A cappella.
No, no, no. I'm not singing a song without a guitar. You're nuts!
Why not? It's...
No, okay. Not now. No.
If not now, when? Wanna meet here in six months with a guitar? You know, I'll fly all the way over here, you may or may not make the metro...
[laughing] Okay, that's funny.
I left them in the car! With the windows rolled up! It was six months ago! Think they're okay?
Tell him to pick you up at Quai Henri Quatre.
Henri Quatre. Quai...
What's wrong with you? No, do you want be to - Henri Quatre.
Come one, why didn't you say so.
[laughing] I'm sorry, okay?
I heard this story once about when the Germans were occupying Paris and they had to retreat back. They wired Notre Dame to blow, but they had to leave one guy in charge of hitting the switch. And the guy, the soldier, he couldn't do it. You know, he just sat there, knocked out by how beautiful the place was. And then when the allied troops came in, they found all the explosives just lying there and the switch unturned, and they found the same thing at Sacre Couer, Eiffel Tower. Couple other places I think...
Is that true?
I don't know. I always liked the story, though.
You want to know why I wrote that stupid book?
[laughing] No - you thought I'd be here today?
I'm serious. I think I wrote it, in a way, to try to find you.
Okay, that's - I know that's not true, but that's sweet of you to say.