Michael Corleone: What's wrong with being a lawyer?
Kay Corleone: Nothing, except he doesn't want it. He loves music he wants his life to be in music.
Michael Corleone: Well, music is great. I love music but he should finish what he started. Anthony.
Anthony Vito Corleone: I'm going my own way.
Michael Corleone: Your own way.
Anthony Vito Corleone: Uh-huh.
Michael Corleone: Professional singer.
Anthony Vito Corleone: That's right.
Michael Corleone: And what happens, what happens if you fail.
Anthony Vito Corleone: I won't fail.
Michael Corleone: Men always believe that.
Anthony Vito Corleone: I know.
Michael Corleone: If you have a law degree, you're taking out insurance. After that you can do anything you want. You can work for me.
Anthony Vito Corleone: I will never work for you. I have bad memories.
Michael Corleone: Every family has bad memories.
Anthony Vito Corleone: I will always be your son, but I will never have anything to do with your business.
Michael Corleone: Anthony, finish the law degree.
Anthony Vito Corleone: No.
Kay Corleone: That he got from you, that "no."
Michael Corleone: You could have helped me, to convince him Kay.
Kay Corleone: oh, yeah. Convince him of what?
Michael Corleone: Of what? He throws his life away. He throws greatness away!
Kay Corleone: This is greatness? You know, Michael, now that you're so respectable I think you're more dangerous than you ever were. In fact, I preferred you when you were just a common Mafia hood.
Michael Corleone: Kay, Now can we talk common sense here?
Kay Corleone: Alright.
Michael Corleone: Okay.
Kay Corleone: Tony knows you killed Fredo.
Michael Corleone: What did you come here for?
Kay Corleone: I came here to protect my son. I didn't come here to see you disguised by your church. I think that was a shameful ceremony.
Kay and Anthony take on Micheal. Anthony refuses to bend to his father's will and exits the room. Kay lets her disdain for Micheal show on her face as she continues the conversation.