Jareth: It's only forever... not long at all.
Sarah: Give me the child... through dangers untold and hardships unnumbered, I have fought my way here to the castle beyond the Goblin city to take back the child that you have stolen. For my will is as strong as yours, and my kingdom is as great... You have no power over me!
Sarah: Someone save me. Someone take me away from this awful place!
Sarah: Once upon a time, there was a beautiful young girl...
Sarah: "Say your right words," the goblins said, "And we'll take the baby to the Goblin City, and you will be free."
Sarah: Goblin King! Goblin King! Wherever you may be, take this child of mine far away from me!
Goblin: "I wish the goblins would come take you away right now!"
Sarah: You're him, aren't you? You're the Goblin King.
Jareth: What said is said.
Jareth: You know very well where he is.
Jareth: Sarah... Go back to your room. Play with your toys and your costumes. Forget about the baby.
Jareth: I've brought you a gift.
Jareth: It's a crystal, nothing more, but if you turn it this way and look into it, it will show you your dreams.
Jareth: Sarah. Don't defy me.
Jareth: You're no match for me, Sarah.
Jareth: Turn back, Sarah. Turn back before it's too late.
Jareth: You have 13 hours in which to solve the Labyrinth before your baby brother becomes one of us... forever. Such a pity.
Sarah: It doesn't look that hard. Well... Come on, feet.
Hoggle: What did you expect fairies to do?
Sarah: I thought they did nice things like granting wishes.
Sarah: You're horrible!
Hoggle: No, I ain't. I'm Hoggle.
Sarah: It's hopeless.
Hoggle: Not if you ask the right questions.
Hoggle: Now, would you go left or right?
Sarah: How would you go?
Hoggle: Me? I wouldn't go either way.
Hoggle: You know your problem? You take too much for granted.
Sarah: Did you say Hello?
Worm: No, I said 'Allo, but that's close enough.
Sarah: Do you know the way through this Labyrinth?
Worm: Who, me? No. I'm just a worm.
Worm: Come inside and have the cup of tea.
Worm: If she had kept on going down that way, she'd have gone straight to that castle.
Jareth: You remind me of the babe
Goblin: What babe?
Jareth: The babe with the power
Goblin: What power?
Jareth: The power of voodoo
Goblin: Who do?
Jareth: You do
Goblin: Do what?
Jareth: Remind me of the babe.
Goblin: Hey, what goes on pasta vazoo? Is a-writing on the fragging walk-walk! Your mother is a fraggin' aardvark!
Jim: Try one of these doors.
Tim: One of them Leads to the castle, and the other one leads to...
Tim: Certain death!
Ralph: One of us always tells the truth, and one of us always lies.
Sarah: All right. Answer Yes or No. Would he tell me that this door leads to the castle?
Alph: Uh... What do you think? Really? Yes.
Sarah: Then the other door leads to the castle, and this door leads to certain death.
Alph: He could be telling the truth.
Sarah: But then you wouldn't be, so if you said he said Yes, the answer is No.
Alph: I could be telling the truth.
Sarah: Then he'd be lying. The answer would still be No.
Helping Hands: What do you mean, "Help"? We are helping. We're Helping Hands.
Helping Hands: Which way?
Sarah: Well, since I'm pointed that way, I guess I'll go down.
Helping Hands: She chose down!
Helping Hands: She chose down?
Sarah: Was that wrong?
Helping Hands: Too late now. Ha-ha-ha-ha!
Jareth: Well, laugh...
Goblins: Ha-ha! Ha-ha! Ha-ha! Ha-ha!
Hoggle: You don't even know what an oubliette is.
Sarah: Do you?
Hoggle: Yes. It's a place to put people to forget about them.
Hoggle: What is that, anyway?
Hoggle: Ooohhh... plastic!
Hoggle: Then you're on your own, right?
Hoggle: They're just false alarms. You get them in the Labyrinth, especially when you're on the right track.
Jareth: Nothing? Nothing? Nothing, tra-la-la?
Jareth: Hello, Hedgewart.
Jareth: How are you enjoying my Labyrinth?
Sarah: It's a piece of cake.
Sarah: That's not fair!
Jareth: You say that so often. I wonder what your basis for comparison is.
Jareth: The Labyrinth's a piece of cake? Let's see you deal with this little slice.
Sarah: Hoggle, how can I believe anything you say?
Hoggle: Let me put it this way. What choice have you got?
Hoggle: See, you've got to understand my position. I'm a coward, and Jareth scares me.
Sarah: What kind of position is that?
Hoggle: No position. That's my point.
Hoggle: Them's my rightful property! It's not fair!
Sarah: No, it isn't. But that's the way it is.
Wiseman: The way forward is sometimes the way back.
Wiseman: Will you please be quiet!
Hat: All right.
Wiseman: All right?
Hat: All right. Sorry.
Wiseman: Quite often, young lady, it seems like we're not getting anywhere, when, in fact...
Hat: We are.
Wiseman: ...we are.
Sarah: I'm not getting anywhere at the moment.
Hat: Ha! Join the club!
Hat: Gracias, senorita!
Hat: Ah! It's so stimulating being your hat.
Goblins: Nippy, nippy, nip, nip!
Ludo: Sarah friend.
Knocker: Knock, and the door will open.
Jareth: I think I'll call him Jareth. He's got my eyes.
Hoggle: W-what is it?
Jareth: It'a a present.
Jareth: And, Hoggle, if she ever kisses you, I'll turn you into a prince.
Hoggle: Y-you will?
Jareth: Prince of the Land of Stench! Ha-ha-ha!
Firey: We're out to have a good time.
Firey: Take off her head!
Fireys: Hey, lady! It's against the rules to throw other people's heads. You're only allowed to throw your own head.
Fireys: An ear! Take off your ear! You don't need two ears!
Hoggle: It doesn't matter what it's like. It's the Bog of Eternal Stench.
Ludo: SMELL BAD!
Sir Didymus: The air is sweet and fragrant, and none may pass without my permission!
Ludo: Ludo get brother.
Sir Didymus: Well met, sir Ludo.
Sarah: Let's handle this logically. What exactly have you sworn?
Sir Didymus: I have sworn with my lifeblood no one shall pass without my permission.
Sarah: Well... May we have your permission?
Sir Didymus: Well, I, uh... uh...
Sir Didymus: Yes.
Sir Didymus: Fair maiden, I will save thee... somehow.
Ludo: Rocks friends.
Sarah: This tastes strange. Hoggle, what have you done?
Hoggle: Oh, damn you, Jareth! And damn me, too!
Sarah: Everything's dancing.
Jareth: There's such a sad love deep in your eyes, a kind of pale jewel opened and closed within your eyes... I'll place the sky within your eyes.
Jareth: There's such a fooled heart, beating so fast in search of new dreams a love that will last within your heart... I'll place the moon within your heart.
Jareth: As the pain sweeps through, makes no sense for you, ev'ry thrill has gone, wasn't too much fun at all... But I'll be there for you, as the world falls down...
Jareth: I'll paint you mornings of gold, I'll spin you valentine evenings, though we're strangers till now, we're choosing a path between the stars... I'll lay my love between the stars.
Hoggle: What have I done? I've lost my only friend, that's what I've done.
Junklady: You can't look where you're going, if you don't know where you're going!
Sarah: It was just a dream. I dreamed it all, Lancelot. But it was so real.
Junklady: Everything in the world you've ever cared about is all right here.
Junklady: What's the matter, my dear? Don't you like your toys?
Sir Didymus: Ambrosious, be quiet now.
Sir Didymus: I don't see why we have to be so quiet? It's only a Goblin City.
Humongous: WHO GOES?
Goblin: Your Highness, the girl! The girl who ate the peach and forgot everything!
Jareth: What of her?
Goblin: She, the monster, sir Didymus, and the dwarf are on the way to the castle!
Goblin: I hit something, yes? No?
Goblin: Hey, no problem.
Sir Didymus: If that's the way it's done, then that's the way you must do it.
Hoggle: Should you need us...
Sarah: I'll call. Thank you, all of you.
Jareth: How you've turned my world, you, precious thing...
Jareth: Everything I've done, I've done for you.
Jareth: I move the stars for no one!
Jareth: Your eyes can be so cruel, just as I can be so cruel...
Jareth: Live without your sunlight, love without your heartbeat, I... I can't live within you.
Jareth: Sarah, beware. I have been generous up until now, but I can be cruel.
Sarah: Generous! What have you done that's generous?
Jareth: Everything! Everything that you wanted I have done. You asked that the child be taken - I took him. You cowered before me - I was frightening. I have reordered time. I have turned the world upside-down, and I have done it all for you!
Jareth: I am exhausted from living up to your expectations of me.
Jareth: Look what I'm offering you - your dreams.
Jareth: I ask for so little. Just let me rule you, and you can have everything that you want.
Jareth: Just fear me, love me, do as I say, and I will be your slave.
Ludo: Good-bye, Sarah.
Sir Didymus: And remember, fair maiden, should you need us...
Hoggle: Yes, should you need us for any reason at all...
Sarah: I need you, Hoggle.
Hoggle: You-You do?
Sarah: I don't know why, but every now and again in my life, for no reason at all, I need you - all of you.
Sir Didymus: I say, does anyone want to play Scrabble?