Regardless of the image I promote on Love On A Rooftop, I would probably be a terrible husband. I'm just not the kind of man that takes too many things very seriously. At least not at this time. Perhaps I'm too involved with myself; I really can't say for sure. But I do know that having a wife until I'm a little older would be a mistake.
Playing husband to Judy (Carne) is one thing. I get a lot of enjoyment out of it, and I guess the girl I marry will be something like her. But actually being legally, morally, emotionally, and every other way married, is something else again. I'm just not up to it and the girl that took the chance on me would be in for a disappointment. For one thing, she'd have to be picking up after me every second. I'm sort of careless and I don't keep a very tidy house. Secondly, she'd have to put up with my impulses. Sometimes I just get into a mood to do something and bang, I take off and do it. That wouldn't make for a very stable home environment. Then too, I don't know if I'm really ready for the responsibility of children. It takes a lot to bring up a family and I may be too young to do it.
there's nothing bad about being a bachelor. I have a ball. I go
out a lot, don't have to answer to anyone, can concentrate on
my acting career. What more can one ask for? No, I don't miss
love. Not yet anyway. It will happen to me, I'm sure. I have my
whole life ahead of me and when I do get married and find love
I want to be sure it's right. Hollywood affairs are not my cup
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