No I don't. That's not the sort of feeling I want from you. And don't...View Full Monologue Text
No I don't. That's not the sort of feeling I want from you. And don't you be too sure of yourself or of me. I could have been a bad girl if I'd liked. I've seen more of some things than you, for all your learning. Girls like me can drag gentlemen down to make love to them easy enough. And they wish each other dead the next minute. I want a little kindness. I know I'm a common ignorant girl, and you a book-learned gentleman; but I'm not dirt under your feet. What I done (correcting herself) what I did was not for the dresses and the taxis: I did it because we were pleasant together and I come--came--to care for you; not to want you to make love to me, and not forgetting the difference between us, but more friendly like.
Liza explains to Higgins that she has come to care for him.
AuthorName: George Bernard Shaw
Rating: Suitable for all ages
Copyright Status: Public domain
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Age Range: 20s - Late
Dialects: Standard English