Dean: I'm fadin' pretty, I'm fadin' pretty quick, so there's a few things that I need you to hear. Come here. Let me look at you. Yeah, there he is. I'm so proud of you, Sam. You know that? I've always looked up to you. You know when we were kids, I always looked up to you. You were so damn smart. You never took any of dad's crap. I never knew how you did that. And you're stronger than me. You always have been. Hey, did I ever tell you that night when I came for you when you were at school, you know when dad hadn't come back from his hunting trip.
Sam: Yeah. The woman in white.
Dean: The woman in white. That's right. I must have stood outside your door for hours because I didn't know what you would say. I thought you'd tell me to get lost or get dead. And I didn't know what I would have done if I didn't have you cause I was so scared. I was scared because when it all came down to it, it was always you and me. It's always been you and me.
Sam [sobbing]: Don't leave me. I can't do this alone.
Dean: Yes, you can.
Sam: Well, I don't want to.
Dean: Hey, I'm not leavin' you. I'm gonna be with you, right here, every day. Every day you're out there, and you're livin', and you're fighting -- because you always keep fighting, you hear me? I'll be there, every step. I love you so much, my baby brother. Oh, man. I did not think this would be the day, but it is. It is, and that's OK. I need you to promise me. [sobbing] I need you to tell me that it's OK. I need you to tell me it's OK. Look at me. Look at me! I need you to tell me that it's OK. You tell me it's OK.
Sam: Dean, it's OK. You can go now.
Dean: Bye Sam