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[While putting his ear to the library door, Hellboy overhears a faint soft rock song playing on the other side; he enters and the song is different, now classical]
Abe: Oh, hello, Red. Well, you're up late.
Hellboy: What are you listening to?
Abe: Oh, uh, Vivaldi. Il cimento dell'armonia. I particularly like the last–
Hellboy: Hey, hey. What's that? [Referring to the item in Abe's hand]
Abe: Um, just a remote. [Hellboy gestures at the hand behind Abe's back] Oh, uh– [Reveals a CD] this? Yes, um–
Hellboy: –"Popular Love Songs." Wh–? [takes a moment to realize] Oh, Abe. You fell for the Princess?
Abe: [sighs] She's– she's like me. A creature from another world.
Hellboy: You need to get out more.
Abe: She's alone in the world. I wanna help her. I need to care for her.
Hellboy: You're in love. Have a beer.
Abe: Oh, my body's a temple.
Hellboy: Well, now it's an amusement park.
Abe: No, no, no. The glandular balance of–
Hellboy: Just shut up and drink it, would you? [Abe sighs and takes the beer] What track?
Abe: Eight.
Hellboy: "Can't– Smile– Without You."
Abe: I know.
Hellboy: Yep, I'm gonna need a beer, too.
Abe: Well, see, I love this song. And I can't smile– or cry. I think I have no tear ducts. [Presses a button on the remote and "Can't Smile Without You" begins to play on the stereo]
Hellboy: I wish Father were here. He'd know what to tell you– us.
Radio: You know I can't smile without you.
Abe: [Singing faintly] I can't smile without you. I can't laugh and I can't sing. I'm finding it hard to do anything.
Hellboy & Abe Sapien: You see, I feel sad when you're sad.
Hellboy: Woooo.
Hellboy & Abe Sapien: I feel glad when you're glad. If you only knew what I'm going through, I just can't smile without you. You came along, just like a song. And brightened my day. Who'd have believed that you were part of a dream?

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