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1- A pleasant walk, a pleasant talk,
would be a sheer delight.
Yes, and should we get hungry on the way,
we’ll stop and, uh, have a bite.
But Mother Oyster winked her eye
And shook her heavy head
She knew too well this was no time
To leave her oyster bed
The sea is nice Take my advice
– And stay right here – Mum said
Yes, yes, of course, of course, but, uh, ha-ha!
The time has come my little friends
To talk of other things
Of shoes and ships and sealing wax of cabbages and kings
And why the sea is boiling hot and, uh, whether pigs have wings
Calloo, callay Come run away
With cabbages and kings
Well, now, uh, let me see.
Ah! A loaf of bread is what we chiefly need.
Listen, how ’bout some pepper and salt and vinegar, eh?
Well, yes, yes. Splendid idea. Ha-ha. Very good indeed.
Now, if you’re ready,
we can begin the feed.
– Feed? – Oh, yes. Uh-
The time has come my little friends to talk of food and things
Of peppercorns and mustard seed and other seasonings
We’ll mix ’em all together in a sauce that’s fit for kings
Calloo, callay We’ll eat today
Like cabbages and kings
I, uh- I-I weep for you.
I- Oh, excuse me. I deeply sympathize.
For I’ve enjoyed your company…
oh, much more than you realize.
Little oysters. Little oysters.
But answer there came none
And this was scarcely odd because
They’d been eaten, every one
The time has come!
– The end. – That was a very sad story.
Aye, and there’s a moral to it.
Oh, yes, a very good moral, if you happen to be an oyster.
– Well, it’s been a very nice visit- – Another recitation.
– I’m sorry, but- – Entitled “Father William. ”
– But really, I’m- – First verse.
You are old, Father William the young man said
And your hair has become very white
And yet you incessantly stand on your head
Do you think at your age it is right, it’s right
Do you think at your age it is right
Well, in me youth Father William replied to his son
I’d do it again and again and again
And I’ve done it again and again and again
I wonder who lives here.
Mary Ann! Oh, drat that girl. Where could she have put them?
– Mary Ann! – The rabbit!
No use! Can’t wait! I’m awfully late. Oh, me. Oh, my. Oh, me. Oh, my.
Excuse me, sir, but- but I’ve been trying to-
Why, Mary Ann! What are you doing out here?
– Mary Ann? – Don’t just do something. Stand there. No, no! Go, go!
– Go get my gloves. I’m late! – But late for what?
– That’s just what I- – My gloves!
– At once! Do you hear? – Goodness.
I suppose I’ll be taking orders from Dinah next.
Hmm. Now let me see.
If I were a rabbit, where would I keep my gloves?
Oh! Thank you.
Don’t mind if I do.
Oh, no, no, not again.
Oh! Mary Ann!
Now you see here, Mary Ann. Help!
I need help! Whoo-hoo! Ha! Oh!
Monster! Help! Assistance!
– Oh, dear. – A monster! A monster, Dodo!
– In my house, Dodo. Oh, my poor little-bitty house. – The dodo.
Steady. Steady, old chap. Can’t be as bad as all that, you know.
Oh, my poor roof and rafters. All my walls and- There it is!
By Jove! Jolly well is, isn’t it?
Well, do something, Doo-doo.
Yes, indeed. An extraordinary situation, but, uh-
But, but, but, but, but what?
But I have a very simple solution.
– Thank goodness. – W-W-W-What is it?
– Simply pull it out the chimney. – Yes, g-g-go on, go on. Pull it out.
Who, me? Don’t be ridiculous.
What we need is a- Uh-
– A lizard with a ladder! – Hmm? Oh! Bill!
Bill! We need a lazard with a lidder- A lidder- A b-b-b-
– Can you help us? – At your service, governor.
Bill, me lad, have you ever been down a chimney?
Why, governor, I’ve been down more chimneys-
Excellent, excellent. You just pop down the chimney…
and haul that monster out of there.
Righto, governor. Monster?
Steady now. There. That’s better.
Bill, lad, you’re passing up a golden opportunity.
– I am? – You can be famous.
– I can? – Of course!
There’s a brave lad. In you go now.
Nothing to it, old boy. Simply tie your tail…
around the monster’s neck and drag it out.
– B-But-But, governor- – Good luck, Bill.
Well, there goes Bill.
– Poor Bill. – Uh,
perhaps we should try a- a more energetic remedy.
Yes! Anything, anything. But hurry!
Oh, I-I propose that we, uh-
– Yes, go on, go on. Yes, yes. – I propose we, uh-
By Jove! That’s it. We’ll burn the house down.
Yes. Burn the house- What?
– Oh, no. – Oh-ho-ho!
Oh, we’ll smoke the blighter out
We’ll put the beast to rout
Some kindling A stick or two
Ah, this bit of rubbish ought to do
– Oh, dear – We’ll smoke the blighter out
– We’ll smoke the monster out – No, no! Not my beautiful bird house!
Oh, we’ll roast the blighter’s toes
We’ll toast the bounder’s nose
Just fetch that gate We’ll make it clear
– That monsters aren’t welcome here – Oh, dear. Oh, me, oh, my.
– A match? Thank you. – Match?
Without a single doubt we’ll smoke the monster out
We’ll smoke the monster out No! No!
My poor house and furniture.
Oh, dear. This is serious.
I simply must- Ah! A garden.
Perhaps if I ate something, it would make me grow smaller.
Let go! Help!
– I’m sorry, but I must eat something. – Not me! You, you, you, you-
You barbarian! Help!
Ah! I’m late! Oh, dear. I’m here. I should be there.
– I’m late, I’m late, I’m late. – I say, do you have a match?
Oh, no. Must go. Goodbye. Hello. I’m late, I’m late, I’m late.
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