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A - ra - bi - an Nights - like A - ra - bi - an days more of - ten than not are hot - ter than hot in a lot - ta good ways.

A - ra - bi - an Nights 'neath A - ra - bi - an moons, a fool off his guard could fall and fall hard out there on the dunes. Which pets are known to nev - er show their claws? Which pets get to to hard - ly an - y flaws?

French Na - tur - al - ment! The A - ris to 0th - ers tip their hats? Which pets are.

Which pets know best all the gen - tle so - cia1 gra - ces? Which pets live on cream and lov - ing pats? Na - tu - ral - ment! They show a - ris - to - cat - ic bear - ing when they're seen up - on an air - ing, and a - ris - to - cat - ic flair in what they do and what they say!

Wher- ev - er I wan - der, wher - ev - er I roam, life. When you - pick a paw - Paw or pric - kl - y pear, 3. So just try to re - lax Oh yeah! The bees are buzz - in' in the tree to make some hon - ey just for Don't pick the prick - ly pear by paw, when you pick a pear, try to use the Don't spend your time just look- in' a - round for some - thing you want that can't be me. You look un - der the rocks and plants and take a glance at the claw. But you don't need to use the claw when you pick a pear of the found.

I'll tell you some - thing true.

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Look for The you! Be Our Guest! Put our ser - vice to the test.

Tie your nap - kin 'round your neck, che - rie, and we pro-vide the rest. Soup du jour! Hot hors d'oeuvres! Why, we on - ly live to serve. Try the grey stuff, it's de - li - cious!

Don't be - lieve me? They can dance! Go on, un - fold your men - u, take a glance, and then - you'll Be Our Guest, oui, our guest! Reef ra - gout! Cheese souf- flk!

You're a - lone and you're scared but the ban - quet's all pre - pared. No one's gloom - y or com - plain - ing while the flat- ware's en - ter - lain - ing. I lo tricks 1i. And it's all in per- fect taste.

That you can bet! If you're stressed, it's fine Slower, melancholy din - ing we sug - gest. Re Our Guest! Life is so un - He's not whole with -out a soul to wait up - on.

Ebdirn gone. Ten years, we've been rust- ing, need- ins su muc.


Most days, we just lay a - round the cas - tle. Flab - by, fat and laz - y. You walked in, anci oops - a-dais - y! It's a guest! Sakes a - live, n,ell. I'll be blessed! And my denr, that'sfine with me.

Whilethe cups do their soft - shoe-ing, I'll be bub-hling! I'll be brew-ing! Heav-en's sakes! I s that a spot? Clean it up! She's our guest!

Our com - mand is your re - 4 quest. With your meal, with your ease. While the can - dle-light'sstill glow-ing let us help you, we'll keep go - ingcourse by Bb Bb7 Ba - by mine - don't you cry.

All those same peo - ple who scold You, D. Raised in the woods so he knew ev - 'ry tree. Kilt him a b'ar when he was on - ly three. Da - vy, Da - vy Crock - ett, the man who don't know fear! Look - at the skies; - They have stars - in their eyes - On this love - ly Bel - la Not - te. So take the love - of your loved one. You'll need it a - bout this time To keep from fall - ing like a star When you make that diz - zy climb. There goes the bak - er with his tray, like Townsfolk: Look there she goes that girl is strange, no Townsfolk: Look there she goes that girl is so Pe - a1 ways, ques tion.

I Ev - 'ry morn - ing just the Ncv - er part of an - y With a dream - y, far - off same crowd, look since the morn - ing that we came 'cause her head's UP on some cloud. Good mom - ;ng, Belle! Man I: Don - jour. Good day. Ian I: How is your fam - 'ly? Woman Bon - jour. Man How is your wife? Woman Ill: I need six eggs! That's too ex - pen sive. There must be U ' I more than this pro - vin - I I cia1 life!

Bare - ly e - ven Gm friends, then some-bod - y bends un - ex - pect - ed - ly. Just a lit - tle change. Both a lit - tle scared, nei-ther one pre-pared. Beau-ty And The Beast. Tale as old as time. Bit - ter-sweet and strange, find-ing you can change, learn-ing you were wrong. Tale as old as time, song as old as rhyme. Beau - ty And The Beast. Moderately C - Wheri you're the Hest Of Friends hav - ing so much fun to - geth - er, you're not hap - py game, you could clown a - round for - ev - er.

Nei - ther e - ven a - ware - you're such a fun - ny pair. If on - ly the world would-n't get in the way, - if on - ly peo- ple would just let you play. They'll say you're both be - ing fools, you're break- ing a the rules. Put 'em to-geth-er and what have you got? Bib- bi - di-Bob-bi - di-Boo. It - '11 do mag - ic be- lieve it or not, Bob-bi - di-Bob-bi - di-Boo.

Sa - -ia - ga - doo - la means men-chic- ka boo - le-roo, but the thing- a - ma- bob that does the job is Bib - bi - di - Bob - bi - di- Boo. Put 'em to- geth- er and what have you got? So we drink a toast to the - - Ban-ner we love most, may it proud - ly wave on high! We will sing all night- and all day! O Wonderland Music Company. We glide grand far be - low the roll - ing tide, when you're danc - ing on thc sand, se - rene each glance thru the hub - bly blues and green.

It's love - ly hob - bing a - long, hob - bing a - hub - hles o - vcr with ro - mance. It's love - ly bob- bing a - long, bob- hing a - long on the hot - tom of The Beau-ti- ful Hrin - y Sea. How plcas - ant shim- mcr-y shin - y, Beau-ti- ful Brin - y Sea! It's bet - ter not know in' and I The o - pen road - is my friend. Lis - ten close while I ex - plain ex - act - ly what to do.

Step up to the t u b , it ain't no digrace. Pull up yoursleeve- an' get them inplace. Scoop up the wa - ter an' rub it on your face an' go I blud-dle-ud - dle- ud - dIe- ud - dle - um - durn. Now pick up the soap - an' don't try to bluff. Work up a lath - er an' I when ya got e-nough, with your mouth full of wa - ter ya snort an' ya snuff an' go blud- dIe - ud - die - ud - dle - ud - dle - urn - durn. Ya douse an' ya souse. Al - though you're cold an' wet when you're done,- ya got - ta ad - mit that it's I good clean fun.

SG splash all ya like, - it can't be de-nied. L You'll feel might- y slick - as soon as you're dried. For it's I good for the soul an' good for the hide t' go blud-dle - ud - dle - ud - dle - ud - dle - urn - durn. Step urn - durn. Bb FIA rn Timon: And they don't have a clue. They'll fall in love and here's the bot-tom tine: Our tri - 0's down to two. The sweet ca - ress of twi-light; there's mag - ic ev- 'ry-where. So man - y things - to tell - her, but how to make - her see the truth a - bout- my past?

He's hold - ing back, - he'shid - ing. But what? I can't- de- tide. Can You Feel - The Love. The world, for once, - in per - fect h a r - m o - n y with all its liv - ing things. Steal-ing through the night's un - cer-tain-ties, In short, our pal is doomed. Blue Shad - ows On The Blue moon shin - ing through the trees, - and a plain - tive wail from the dis - lance comes a - i driR - in' on the eve - nin' breeze.

Move a - long, blue I shad - ows, move a - long.

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Soon the dawn will come and you'll be on your way. I know you're 'ti1 ev - 'ry wave is warm and bright. My 'soul is lost and drift-ing, but the clouds are lift - ing. Don't give up you have some-where to turn. Soon you'll see a gold - en stream of light.

A cold and friend-less tide has found YOU, don't let the storm - y dark-ness pull you down. I'll paint a ray of hope a - round you, cir- cling in the air light - ed by a prayer.


Keep hold- ing on, you'll make it. That's my ci - gar. You'll steal - a - nud - der. Kid B1ink: Hey bum-mers, we got work - to do. Since when did you be - come - me mud - der? Ah, stop yer bawl-in'! Who - ast - Moderately Bright Mush: Try Bot - tle Al - ley or - the har - bor. Try Cen- tral Park, it's guar - an - teed. Try an - y bank-er, bum - or bar - ber.

Met this girl last night Move your el - bow! Pass - the tow - el! For a buck- I might! Ain't it a fine life, - 3 I Car - ry - ing The Ban - ner through it all. A might - 1 fine life, - 6 Car - ry - ing The Ban - ner tough and tall. Ev - 'ry morn - ing - we- 3 - goes where we wish- es. We's- as free as fish - es. Sure- beats wash-in' dish-es. What a fine life - Car- ry - ing The Ran- ncr home free all. It takes a Who ain't a - fraid to use - his fist! Summer stinks- and win - - ter's wait - in'.

Wel-come to - New Yawk. A might-y chums.

I'm no snooz - er. Bsus B E1n7sus A7sus A7 - likes liv - in' chan-cy. Har - lem to De - Ian-cey. You shall - be saved. D D IIMother: Pat - rick,- dar - ling,- since you left me Racetrack: Some- thing to wake me up.

I got-ta find an an - You - call that a head- line? We need an earth-quake or - a wave. Hey stu- pid that ain't news. It's a fine life Car-ry - ing The Ran-ner through it all.

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A might - y fine life- A might -? I was gon-na startwithtwen-ty but a doz-en '11 be plen-ty. I II See the head - line: Whata fine life - Car- ry - ing The Ban- ner. It's a fine life - fur-therthan I reck-oned, by the court-house, by the sta-bles on the cor-ner some-one beck-oned and I go get 'em Cow-boy. It's a fine life - Car- ry - ing The Ban-ner, it's a fine life -. Go get 'em Cow-boy! Car-ry - ing The Ban-ner. It's a fine life - Car-ry - ing The Ban-ner it's a You got 'em, now boy!

Ev - 'ry mort-gage and lease I will re - val - u - ate. From this vil - lage be - low you I'll in - crease their in - t'rest rate. You'll eat noth - ing but cake mar - ry - ing me, you luck - y girl. You have caught me to - day - ev - 'ry cent we will drain. You'll be in on the take- - in a gen - er - nus vein. Come now, what do you say - in our Cas - tle In Spair?. Chim chim-in - ey, chim chim-in - ey, chim chim cher - oo!

Good luck will rub when I shakes 'ands with you, or blow me a kiss and that's luck - y, too. Though I spends me time in the broom for the shaft and a brush for the flue.

Though I'm cov - ered with soot from me! On the roof - tops of Lon - don, coo, what a sight! V From the day we a r - rive - on theplan - et and blink- ing, step in - to - the sun, there's Gm Fsus F k U I more to see - than can ev - er be seen, - more to do than can ev - er - be done. There's far too much - to take in -here, more to find than can ev - er be found. But the sun roll - ing high - through the sap - phi - re sky - keeps great and small on the end - less round..

Have you ev - er heard the wolf cry to the - hlue corn moon, or asked the grin - ning hob - cat why he grinned'? Come run the hid - den pine trails of the If you cut it down, - then you'll nev - er know. Cin - der - el - la, - you're a sun - set in a frame.

An - y-one can see a throne would be your pro- per place. Cin- der el - la, if you give your heart a chance it will lead you- to the king - dom of ro-mance. There you'll see your dreams un - fold, Cin-der- el - l a , Cin-der- el - la, - in the sweet- est sto- r j ev - er told.

The curl of' her lips, - the ice in her stare; - all in - no-cent chi1 - dren had bet - ter he - ware.

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This vam - pire - bat, - this in - hu- man beast, - she ought to be locked - up and nev - er re - leased. Cru - Vil. Hup hi'o Hup two three juur, dress it up, '0 three four.

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Oh the aim of our pa - trol, is a three jbur, dress it up IIVO three jbur. By the ranks or sin - gle file, ov - er I three four, col- umn left march! For to march and drill, ov - er field and hill ev - 'ry jun - gle mile.

Oh we stamp and crush, thru the un - der - brush does - n't mat - ter where. You can hear us push, thru the deep - est bush pa - chy - derm pa - rade. But we'd ra - ther stroll to a wa - ter hole is a mil - i - ta - ry goal!

For a fur - lough in the shade! And a cow-boy needs a hat, needs a hat, needs a hat. And he ough- ta have a boots, fan- cy boots, fan- cy boots. And a set of shin- y spurs, shin- y spurs, shin- y spurs.

And he ough-ta have a rope, have a rope, have a rope, if he wants to keep a - rid - in'. Now a cow - boy needs some song, have a song, have a song, if he wants to keep a rid - in'. Now if a cow - boy's got a horse, and a hat, and a rope, and a pair of fan - cy boots, shin - y spurs, and a song, Then there's ver - y lit - tle else in this world that he needs if he wants to keep a - rid - in', rid - in' a - long.

I - mag - ine that rus - tic lo - ca - tion, the hills and the ev - er- green trees, and mead - ows of clo - ver to run and romp o - ver, We'll snug - gle close in the eve - ning in the glow of burn - ing logs. And all night long we'll hear the song of crick ets and frogs. Can't wait to be - gin - our sweet liv - ing that's in - our Dal - ma - tian Plan - ta - tion home.

We firm - ly plant our guard - ians of beau - ty in the land. We nur - lure with kind - ness. We stan - dard for true de - moc - ra - cy. So pride. I So he care - ful, gals and guys, take this tip and you'll he wise, if you want to min - i - mize con - fu - sions.

Don't jump, jump to con - clu - sions! Now in the ci - ty where I lived I had a care - less friend, who We had a coun - try square dance, and a doz - en vill - age boys You've heard a - bout the race be - tween the Tor - toise and the Hare, and start - ed 'cross the street so hap - pi - ly. He thought be - cause the light was But Kate, she wait - ed till too Well this is the ex - cep - lion green, late to no car would cross his path, to pick her date be - cause our rule 'cause Mis - ter Hare, but that's where he was wrong un - for-tun-ate - she thought she'd rate the lo - cal mil - lion - he should have kept on jump - ing till he!

Y, awe. Be - cause he She He should have jumped to the con - clu - sion. I don't get it that's con - fus - 'n'! I'm just kid - ding, gals and guys, what we said he - fore was wise, if you Don't jump, jump to con - clu - sions. When a pro - blem comes to you take your I time and think it through, and what - ev - er else you do, don't jump! Jump to con - clu - sions! It's a duck - blur.. That's for - cer - tain. Ev - 'ry day they're out there mak-ing Duck-Tales.

Tales of dar - ing do, bad and good - luck tales. D-d - d-dan - ger, watch be - hind you. What to do? Just grab on to some Duck-Tales. Ev - 'ry day they're out there mak-ing duck-tales. Not po - ny tales or cot - ton tales, no Duck-Tales. In d r e a m you will lose your heart - aches; - what - ev - er you wish for, you keep. Have faith in your d r e a m and some - day - your rain- bow will come smil - ing through.

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