HARRY:
Show us some karate.

SARAH:
No. Robert, would you like some more coffee, love? You, Harry?

HARRY:
No, I want some karate. I want to see how my money is being wasted.

SARAH:
No.

ROBERT:
Do one thing.

SARAH:
No.

ROBERT:
Oh, come on. I really would give anything to see you do just one thing. I bet you're excellent. Hey, I'll be your partner.

SARAH:
No! Harry, this is embarassing!

HARRY:
Oh, come on.

SARAH:
Oh, my God, alright! One throw. Harry, do you want to stand there?

HARRY:
Where?

SARAH:
There.

HARRY:
Okay, I'm standing here. Now what?

SARAH:
Okay, now just come at me.

HARRY:
Okay.

JOANNE:
It's the little things you do together,
Do together,
Do together,
That make perfect relationships.
The hobbies you pursue together,
Savings you accrue together,
Looks you misconstrue together,
That make marriage a joy.
M-hm...

ROBERT:
That's very good.

HARRY:
Once more. Let's do it once more.

ROBERT:
Harry, can I have another bourbon?

SARAH:
Uncle.

HARRY:
Uncle, your ass!

JOANNE:
It's the little things you share together,
Swear together,
Wear together,
That make perfect relationships.
The concerts you enjoy together,
Neighbors you annoy together,
Children you destroy together,
That keep marriage intact.

It's not so hard to be married
When two manoeuver as one.
It's not so hard to be married,
And, Jesus Christ, is it fun!

It's sharing little winks together,
Drinks together,
Kinks together,
That make marriage a joy.
It's bargains that you shop together,
Cigarettes you stop together,
Clothing that you swap together,
That make perfect relationships.
Uh-huh...
M-hm...

FRIENDS:
It's not talk of God and the decade ahead that
Allows you to get through the worst.
It's "I do" and "you don't" and "nobody said that"
And "who brought the subject up first?"
It's the little things,
The little things, the little things, the little things.

The little ways you try together,
Cry together,
Lie together,
That make perfect relationships.
Becoming a cliche together,
Growing old and grey together,
Withering away together,
That make marriage a joy.

It's not so hard to be married,
It's much the cleanest of crimes.
It's not so hard to be married--

JOANNE:
I've done it three or four times.

FRIENDS:
It's the people that you hate together,
Bait together,
Date together,
That make marriage a joy.
It's things like using force together,
Shouting till you're hoarse together,
Getting a divorce together,
That make perfect relationships.
Uh-huh...
Kiss-kiss...
M-hm...

ROBERT:
Wow, will you look at the time! I've got to get going.

HARRY/SARAH:
Aww.

ROBERT:
Listen, I had a great time.

SARAH:
So did we.

HARRY:
It was great to see you. You sure you wouldn't care for a nightcap?

ROBERT:
Right... no, no, I mean. no. I mean, will I see you guys soon?

SARAH:
Don't answer that, Harry. He gets no more questions, that sneaky Pete!

HARRY:
I'll turn out the lights.

SARAH:
I will. I always do.

HARRY:
No you don't.

SARAH:
Harry... I love you.


Lyrics submitted by rav4guy

The Little Things You Do Together song meanings
Add your thoughts

No Comments

sort form View by:
  • No Comments

Add your thoughts

Log in now to tell us what you think this song means.

Don’t have an account? Create an account with SongMeanings to post comments, submit lyrics, and more. It’s super easy, we promise!

Back to top
explain