But, what’s that light? It’s the east, and Juliet’s the sun. Rise up, sun, and kill the jealous moon. The moon is already sick and pale because you... Oh, it is my love. I wish she knew that I love her.
Oh, speak again, angel. You’re like an angel tonight. You shine above me, like a winged messenger from heaven who makes men fall to look up at the sky, watching you walking on the clouds.
Oh, Romeo, Romeo, why do you have to be Romeo? Forget about your father and change your name. Or else, if you won’t change your name, just swear you love me and I’ll stop being a Capulet.
Tell me, how did you get in here? Why did you come? These walls are high, and it’s hard to climb over. If my family find you, they’ll kill you!
I trust you. Call me your love, and I will take a new name. From now on I will never be Romeo again.
I climbed these walls with love. Stone can’t keep love out. Whatever a man in love can possibly do, his love will make him do it. Also your family is no trouble.
You can’t see me because it’s dark. Otherwise, you’d see me blushing about what I said. I would be happy to have good manners and deny what I said. But forget that. Do you love me? I know you’ll say “yes,” and I believe you. But if you swear, you might be lying.
Miss, I swear by the moon above, it paints the tops of trees with silver…
Don’t swear at all. But if you must, swear by yourself, which is the god I worship, and I’ll believe you.
What should I swear by?
Don’t swear by the moon. The moon changes. Every month it’s place shifts. I don’t want you to turn out to be inconsistent too.