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MERRY: We're going with you, Frodo.
FRODO: With me? But how do you? Sam? But you gave your word.
They already knew so much,
Sam didn't tell us about the Ring, Frodo.
I saw Bilbo use it once, before he left, to hide from the Sackville-Bagginses. And after that, Pippin and I kept on the lookout and we followed you. We asked questions everywhere.
PIPPIN: And we even wormed a few things out of Gandalf.
FRODO: And you spied on me. And Sam helped you.
MERRY: And we spied on you.
SAM: But we meant no wrong to you, Mr. Frodo. Don't you remember what Mr. Gandalf said? Take someone you can trust, he said.
FRODO: It doesn't seem that I can trust anyone.
MERRY: It all depends on what you want. You can trust us to stick to you through thick and thin, to the bitter end. But you cannot trust us to let you face trouble alone and go off without a word. We're your friends, Frodo.
FRODO: Bless you, you deceitful scoundrels.
SAM: Will we be stopping at Bree tonight, Mr. Frodo?
FRODO: I think so, Sam. We all need a fireside and a bath, and a proper night's sleep in a real bed. I do wish Gandalf were with us.
Maybe he'll be at the inn when we get there.
MERRY: I think I'll go out for a sniff of air. Mind yourselves. Don't forget. You're supposed to be escaping in secret.
PIPPIN: Oh, mind yourself! Don't get lost.
FRODO: Be careful, Merry.
INNKEEPER: Quiet! Quiet, all! We have some visitors with us tonight, all the way from the Shire. What was your name again, sir?
FRODO: Mr. Underhill.
INNKEEPER: Mr. Underhill and his party. Yes, Mr. Underhill, sing us a shire song!
FRODO: Well, a short one, then.
MAN 1: Where did he go?
MAN 2: What's going on here?
MAN 3: Take your magic tricks back to the Shire!
MAN 4: What's this place coming to, I'd like to know?
INNKEEPER: Well, Mr. Underhill frightening my customers and
breaking my crocks with your acrobatics!
FRODO: Very sorry, it's quite unintentional, a most unfortunate accident.
ARAGORN: Well, you have put your foot in it this time.
FRODO: Who are you?
ARAGORN: I am called Strider. Everyone knows me here.
SAM: Well, we don't!
ARAGORN: You've been very careless so far, Mr. Frodo Baggins.
FRODO: My name is Mr. Underhill.
After your performance tonight, it won't matter what you're called.
The Black Riders will know who you are by morning. They already know what you bear.
FRODO: Who are you really?
ARAGORN: I am Gandalf's friend. He asked me to watch out for you.
PIPPIN: Gandalf? Have you seen him? Where is he?
ARAGORN: I do not know. We were supposed to meet him here, but I've had no word, no message. It is the first time that I've ever feared for him.
FRODO: Then we will have to go on by ourselves tomorrow.
ARAGORN: To Rivendell? You'd never get there. The Black Riders are watching the road night and day. They will come on you in the wild, in some dark place, where there's no help. I know the wild country. I can take you to Rivendell by paths that are seldom trodden. Will you have me?
SAM: With your leave, Mr. Frodo, I'd say no. This Strider,
he says be more careful, I say, let's start with him.
How do we know he's from Gandalf? More likely, he's a playacting spy, working for, for them.
FRODO: I don't know, Sam. I think one of the enemy's servants would, well, seem fairer and feel fouler, if you understand.
ARAGORN: While I look foul and feel fair, is that it?
FRODO: Well, no, I meant.
MERRY: Frodo! Frodo, I've seen them! I've seen them, Frodo! I've seen them! Black Riders!
My men found him lying in the street.
MERRY: There were two of them. They were hissing to each other. I seemed to be drawn towards them.
INNKEEPER: You do need looking after, all of you. There's been strange folk about for days. That Ranger Strider coming and going and-- Strider!
ARAGORN: They've come from Mordor.
INNKEEPER: Save us!
FRODO: They won't trouble you once I am gone. Strider came to of fer me his help.
INNKEEPER: You know your own business, maybe, but in your place, I wouldn't take up with a ranger out of the wild.
ARAGORN: They have no choice. There is no one else for them except a fat innkeeper who only remembers his name because people shout it at him all day!
INNKEEPER: I'll do what I can to help, Mr. Baggins. Mr. Underhill. I'm no hero, but I'll do what I can.
Keep watch tonight, you and your folk.
There is a hill called Weathertop, about half way between here and Rivendell. We will make for it tomorrow. So will Gandalf, if he can.
SAM: I still don't know if we can trust him, Mr. Frodo.
ARAGORN: I said, you have no choice, Sam. Because, if I wanted the Ring for myself, I could have it, now. My name is Aragorn, son of Arathorn.
If by life or death I can save you, I will.
FRODO: How long will we be in these marshes, Aragorn?
ARAGORN: At least two days.
MERRY: I'm being eaten alive!
SAM: What do these things live on when they can't get Hobbits? Easy there, Bill, easy. Slow.
ARAGORN: That is Weathertop. We shall be there by nightfall, if we set a good pace and don't stop for lunch.
FRODO: If this continues I'll become a wraith.
ARAGORN: Don't speak of such things.
FRODO: Aragorn! Aragorn!
ARAGORN: And Beren was a mortal man, but Luthien Tinuviel was the daughter of a king of Elves and she was the fairest maiden that has been among all the children of this world. Yet she chose to be mortal, for him. And when he died, she followed him. And so he was her doom, but he was her love as well.
MERRY: I thought I saw something! Or maybe just shadows in the moonlight, I don't know.
ARAGORN: Just stand close to the fire. Make a circle.
MERRY: What's that?
ARAGORN: The Ring, Frodo! Take off the Ring!
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The Lord of the Rings part 1
2 tell us about the ring
3 to mordor we will take you
4 company of the ring shall be
5 you alone can choose your way
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