A friend and I spent half the evening trying to think of the origin of this (vastly paraphrased) scene from a book/film, but couldn’t come up with anything in the end. It goes something like this:
Either two lovers or two relatives are discussing how they’ll soon have to be parted, and one of them says something to the effect of, “Well, don’t worry, and don’t miss me too much. Whenever you’re lonely for me, just look up at the moon, and I’ll be looking too, and we’ll always be together that way.”
That’s the basic idea of it, although we both have only a very vague recollection of this scene and the actual details may differ a fair bit. Any thoughts as to which book or film this is from?