By the storytellers of The Huntington
Mr. and Mrs. are hiding behind the chair - it's a sofa or a couch, not a chair.
They're not really hiding because you can see their heads sticking out.
The man's eyes are looking up over the head of the woman.
And she's looking at him.
They're dating - they're eyeing each other or the bow, he's looking at the bow.
They're watching TV.
They were sitting on the sofa then someone came in.
The glass from the window might be broken.
There's something behind both of them that's not the drapes.
They're felling jittery, guilty because they were caught in the act - necking, spooning.
They're not afraid, they're both half-laughing - at least the man is.
They are in somebody's living room in a fancy house - probably the lady's.
He and she - Shirley and Paul.
Next, he's gonna get kicked out and she's gonna get sent to bed with no supper.
Kicked out by the parents, the gentleman's parents or whoever came in and disturbed them.
They're both the same pillow but one is standing up as if two heads and one is down as if two feet.
They don't like their families cause they keep getting caught - it ain't no fun, I'll tell you that!
In the corner there's a vase with some flowers.
They dream about gettin' married.
Looks like a hat to me! Could be a ribbon or bow.
Next, they get married because the whole scene indicates money, lots of money.
They look like they're waiting for the owners of the house to leave.
The man sees another girl over there.