Just like how our hands are put together while praying, let's put our lips together.
Well then don't move, while I grant my own wish.
So now my lips have your sins?
Well now I want to take my sins back. Let me kiss you again
Now, the sins on my lips have been taken by you.
Lumeo proceeds to ask Zuliet if he can kiss her, he initiates this by suggesting that their lips should do what hands do while praying, which is push together. Zuliet then says that as a person, who grants wishes, she does not move. Lumeo then moves himself, and decides to kiss her.
Zuliet, your mother needs to see you.
Zuliet and Lumeo kiss passionately.
Oh no, is she a Kapulet. I feel I must pay a huge price for loving someone like her.
Ah, Lumeo, we must leave now.
Lumeo tells Zuliet that she has now taken the sins from his lips. Zuliet then questions if she now has the sins he had; Lumeo doesn't want Zuliet to have his sins, so he says he will kiss her again to take his sins back. He then kisses her.
His name is Lumeo, the son of Fontague.
Ah Zuliet, we must go now, all the guests are gone.
Oh no, he's a Fontague? The only man I love, is also the only man I hate?
Aunt, who is that man over there?
After their affectionate kiss, Zuliet is called by her aunt.
After Zuliet's aunt told Lumeo that Zuliet is the daughter of the Lady of the Kapulet house, Lumeo realizes his mistake for falling in love with Zuliet. Jenvolio then comes and tells Lumeo that they will be leaving
Zuliet soon finds out that Lumeo is her sworn enemy. She then regrets ever falling in love with him. The scene then ends with Zuliet's aunt telling Zuliet to leave with her.