Festus McKee – I Can't Love A Paper Heart, Hey Mr. Mocking Bird. Label: Bonny – 2118. B. Hey Mr. Written By – Rod Morris (2). 2:23.
But hey, what'd Daddy always tell you? Straighten up, little soldier, stiffen up that upper lip! What you cryin' about? . A song called Mockingbird, to Hailie and Alaina.
Robert McKee (born 1941) is an author, lecturer and story consultant who is widely known for his popular "Story Seminar", which he developed when he was a professor at the University of Southern California. McKee is the author of Story: Substance, Structure, Style and the Principles of Screenwriting, Dialogue: the Art of Verbal Action for Stage, Page and Screen and Storynomics: Story-Driven Marketing in the Post-Advertising World. McKee also has the blog and online writers' resource "Storylogue".
Early in the film, the children see their father accept hickory nuts, and other produce, from Mr. Cunningham for legal work because the client has no money. Atticus accepts the case. Jem and Scout experience schoolyard taunts for their father's decision. Later, as Atticus is sitting in front of the local jail to safeguard Robinson, a lynch mob arrives, which includes Mr. Cunningham. Scout, Jem and their friend, Dill, interrupt the confrontation. Scout, unaware of the mob's purpose, recognizes Cunningham as the man who paid her father in hickory nuts and tells him to say hello to his son, who is her schoolmate.
Don't cut out my paper heart I ain't dying anyway Take a look at eye full towers Never trust them dirty liars Sipping lemon yellow booze. Old lead-belly sings the blues All dressed up on wedding day Keep on tripping anyway. I am I am I said I'm not myself But i'm not dead and I'm not for sale. So keep your bankroll lottery Eat your salad day Deathbed motorcade. Fake the heat and scratch the itch Skinned up knees and salty lips I'll breathe your life Vicks vapor life And when you binge I purge alike
Atticus’s children love Jack, though he does not understand children quite as well as Atticus. Scout accuses Uncle Jack of being unfair when he punishes her for attacking Francis without hearing her out first. After talking with Atticus and Scout, however, Jack realizes that he should have listened to Scout and apologizes. Miss Maudie Atkinson. Miss Maudie is the children’s neighbor and adult confidante.
Light me up, you can see my scars I know there's something that I wanna be Pick me up and I'll fall apart Roll me up like a cigarette I know it's nothing but a memory A burning love that I can't forget I know you're nothing and you're everything. Tell me you're alone tonight Tell me you're alone tonight