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1- Let the trial begin!
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Your Majesty. Members of the jury.
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Loyal subjects.
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And the King.
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The prisoner at the bar is charged with enticing Her Majesty, the Queen of Hearts,
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into a game of croquet and thereby willfully…
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– But- – and with malice aforethought, teasing, tormenting…
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– and otherwise annoying our beloved- – Never mind all that!
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Get to the part where I lose my temper.
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Thereby causing the Queen to lose her temper.
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Now, are you ready for your sentence?
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Sentence? Oh, but there must be a verdict first.
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Sentence first! Verdict afterwards.
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– But that just isn’t the way! – All ways are-
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Your ways, Your Majesty.
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Uh, yes, my child. Off with her-
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– But consider, my dear. Eh, we’ve called no witnesses. – Huh?
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Uh, couldn’t we hear maybe one or two? Huh? Maybe?
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Oh, very well. But get on with it!
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– First witness. First witness. Herald, call the first witness. – The March Hare.
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Uh, oh, oh, what do you know about this, uh, unfortunate affair?
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– Nothing. – Nothing whatever?
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– Nothing whatever! – That’s very important!
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Jury, write that down.
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Uh, unimportant, uh, Your Majesty means of course.
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Silence! Next witness.
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The Dormouse.
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– Well- – Shh!
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What have you to say about this?
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Twinkle, twinkle, little bat. How I wonder-
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That’s the most important piece of evidence we’ve heard yet.
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Write that down!
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– Twinkle, twinkle. Twinkle, twinkle. – Twinkle, twinkle.
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Twinkle, twinkle. What next?
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The Mad Hatter.
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– Off with your hat! – Oh, my!
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And, uh, where were you when this horrible crime was committed?
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I was home drinking tea.
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Today, you know, is my unbirthday.
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Why, my dear, today is your unbirthday too.
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– It is? – It is?
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It is?
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– A very merry unbirthday – To me?
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– Oh, no! – To you! A very merry unbirthday
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– For me? – For you!
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Now blow the candle out, my dear, and make your wish come true.
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A very merry unbirthday
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To you
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Oh! Your Majesty.
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Uh, yes, my dear?
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Look! There he is now!
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– Huh? Wha- Who? – The Cheshire Cat.
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– Cat! – Cat?
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– Cat! Cat, cat, cat, cat! – There he goes! There he goes!
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– Oh, this is terrible! Help! Help! – Stop him! Stop him!
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– Stop him. Catch him. – Somebody help me. Catch him.
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– Get me the jam. The jam, quick. – The jam! The jam! By order of the King.
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The jam. Let me have it!
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Somebody’s head is going to roll for this!
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– Aha! – The mushroom.
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Off with her h-
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Oh, pooh. I’m not afraid of you.
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Why, you’re nothing but a pack of cards.
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Rule 42: “All persons more than a mile high…
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must leave the court immediately. ”
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I am not a mile high. And I’m not leaving.
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Sorry. Rule 42, you know.
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And as for you, Your Majesty-
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Your Majesty indeed.
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Why, you’re not a queen. You’re just a,
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a fat, pompous, bad-tempered, old ty- tyrant.
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And, uh, what were you saying, my dear?
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Well, she simply said that you’re a fat, pompous, bad-tempered, old tyrant.
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Off with her head!
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You heard what Her Majesty said.
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Off with her head.
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Forward, backward, inward, outward Here we go again
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No one ever loses and no one can ever win
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Backward, forward, outward, inward bottom to the top
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– Never let the- – Off with her head!
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Off with her head!
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Just a moment! You can’t leave a tea party without having a cup of tea, you know.
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– But I can’t stop now. – Ah, but we insist.
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You must join us in a cup of tea.
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Off with her head!
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Mr Caterpillar, what will I do?
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Who are you?
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There she goes. Don’t let her get away!
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Off with her head!
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Oh! Still locked, you know.
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But the Queen! I simply must get out!
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– But you are outside. – What?
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See for yourself.
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Why- Why, that’s me!
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– I’m asleep. – Don’t let her get away!
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– Off with her head! – Alice, wake up. Please wake up, Alice!
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– Alice! Please wake up, Alice! – Off with her head!
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Alice! Alice. Alice.
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Alice. Alice.
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Will you kindly pay attention and recite your lesson?
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Hmm? Oh. Oh! Uh, how doth the little crocodile improve his shining tail?
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– And pour the waters of the- – Alice, what are you talking about?
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Oh. I’m sorry. But you see, the caterpillar said-
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Caterpillar? Oh, for goodness’ sake.
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Alice, I- Oh, well. Come along. It’s time for tea.
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Alice in Wonderland
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Over the hill Or here or there
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I wonder where
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Alice in Wonderland
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How do you get to Wonderland
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Over the hill Or under land
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Orjust behind the tree
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Alice in Wonderland
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Where is the path to Wonderland
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Over the hill Or here or there
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I wonder where

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1- Cards, halt!
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Sound off!
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One, two, three,
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four, five, six, seven, eight, nine, ten, jack!
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The rabbit.
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H- H-Her Imperial Highness, Her, Her Grace,
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Her Excellency, Her Royal Majesty, the Queen of Hearts!
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– And the King. – Hooray!
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Hmm! Who’s been painting my roses red?
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Who’s been painting my roses red?
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Who dares to paint with vulgar paint
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The Royal flower bed
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For painting my roses red
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Someone will lose his head
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Oh, no, Your Majesty, please! It’s all his fault!
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Not me, Your Grace! The ace! The ace!
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– You? The deuce, you say? – No! Two!
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– Not me! The trey! – That’s enough!
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Off with their heads!
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They’re going to lose their heads For painting the roses red
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It serves them right, they planted white The roses should be red
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Oh, they’re going to lose their heads
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Silence!
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Oh, please, please. They were only trying-
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– And who is this? – Uh, well. Well, well, now, uh, uh, let me see, my dear.
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It certainly isn’t a heart. Uh, do you suppose it’s a club?
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Why, it’s a little girl.
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– Yes. A-And I was hoping- – Look up. Speak nicely.
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And don’t twiddle your fingers!
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Turn out your toes. Curtsy.
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Open your mouth a little wider. And always say:
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“Yes, Your Majesty. ”
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Now, um, where do you come from, and where are you going?
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W- Well, I-I’m trying to find my way home.
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Your way? All ways here are my ways!
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Well, yes, I-I know. But I was just thinking-
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Curtsy while you’re thinking. It saves time.
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Uh, yes, Your Majesty. But I was only going to ask-
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I’ll ask the questions!
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Do you play croquet?
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– Why, yes, Your Majesty. – Then let the game begin!
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To your places. To your places. By order of the King. Hurry, hurry, hurry.
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Shuffle deck!
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Card cut! Deal cards!
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Cards, halt!
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Silence!
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Off with his head!
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Off with his head. Off with his head. By order of the King. Uh, you heard what she said.
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– You’re next, my dear. – Oh, but-
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Uh, yes, Your Majesty.
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Oh!
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– Stop! – Oh, of all the impossible-
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Do you want us both to lose our heads?
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– Uh-huh. – Well, I don’t.
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Uh, I say, how are you getting on?
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– Not at all. – Beg pardon?
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I said, not at all!
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Who are you talking to?
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– Oh, uh, a cat, Your Majesty. – Cat? Where?
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There. Oh.
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– Oh, there he is again! – I warn you, child,
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if I lose my temper, you lose your head!
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Understand?
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You know, we could make her really angry. Shall we try?
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– Oh, no, no! – Oh, but it’s loads of fun.
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No, no, no! Stop!
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Oh, no!
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Oh, my fur and whiskers!
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Oh, dear! Save the Queen.
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Someone’s head will roll for this!
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Yours!
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– Off with her- – But, but, but, but consider, my dear.
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Uh, couldn’t she have a trial? Huh? First?
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– Trial? – Well, th-Just a, a little trial? Hmm?
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Hmm. Very well, then.

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1- Oh, no, no! No, no, no! You’ll get crumbs in it.
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Oh, this is the very best butter. What are you talking about?
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– Tea? – Tea! Oh, I never thought of tea! Of course.
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– Don’t! Don’t! Not tea! – Tea.
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– Sugar? – Sugar? Two spoons. Yes, y- Two spoons.
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– Thank you, yes. – Oh, please be careful!
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– Jam? – Jam! I forgot all about the jam.
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– No! Not jam! – Just shows you what a person’ll do.
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– Mustard? – Mustard, yes! Mus-
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Mustard? Don’t let’s be silly.
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Lemon- that’s different. That’s- There.
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That should do it.
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– Look at that. – It’s going mad. – Oh, my goodness.
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– Oh, dear. – It’s going mad. Mad watch. – Oh, my goodness.
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– I can’t understand it. It was the best butter. – Mad watch. Mad watch.
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– Mad watch! – Oh, look. Do you think the springs- Oh, my goodness!
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There’s only one way to stop a mad watch.
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Two days slow. That’s what it is.
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– Oh, my watch. – It was?
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And it was an unbirthday present too.
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– Well, in that case. – A very merry unbirthday
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To
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– You – Mr Rabbit.
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Oh, Mr Rabbit! Oh, now where did he go to?
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A very merry unbirthday to us, to us
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– If there are no objections let it be unanimous – Of all the silly nonsense.
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This is the stupidest tea party I’ve ever been to in all my life.
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Well, I’ve had enough nonsense.
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I’m going home. Straight home.
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That rabbit. Who cares where he’s going anyway?
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Why, if it hadn’t been for him, I-
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“Tulgey Wood. ”
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Hmm. Curious.
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I don’t remember this.
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Now let me see.
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Oh!
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Mmm, no, no, please. No more nonsense.
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Now, if I came this way,
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I should go back this way.
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Oh, I-I beg your pardon.
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My goodness. When I get home, I shall write a book about this place.
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If I- If I ever do get home.
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Oh, uh, excuse me.
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Um, could one of you tell me-
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Uh- Heh-heh. Never mind.
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Oh, dear. It’s getting dreadfully dark.
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And nothing looks familiar.
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I shall certainly be glad to get out of- Oh!
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Who. Who-who.
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Who.
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It would be so nice if something would make sense for a change.
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Oh!
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“Don’t step on the mome raths. ”
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The mome raths?
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A path! Oh, thank goodness.
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Ah. I just knew I’d find one sooner or later.
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If I hurry fast, I might even be home in time for tea.
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Oh. Oh, won’t Dinah be happy to see me.
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Oh, I just can’t wait till I- Ah!
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Oh, dear. Now I-
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Now I shall never get out.
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Well, when- when one’s lost,
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I- I suppose it’s good advice…
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to stay where you are until someone finds you.
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But- But who’d ever think to look for me here?
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Good advice.
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If, If, If, If I’d listened earlier, I-I wouldn’t be here.
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But- But that’s just the trouble with me.
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I give myself very good advice.
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But I very seldom follow it
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That explains
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The trouble that I’m always in
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Be patient
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Is very good advice
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But the waiting makes me curious
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And I’d love the change
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Should something strange
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Begin
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Well, I went along my merry way.
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And I never stopped to reason.
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I should have known
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There’d be a price to pay
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Someday
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I give myself
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Very good advice
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But I very seldom follow it
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Will I ever learn
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To do the things
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I should
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Will I ever learn
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Learn to do the things
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I should
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And the mome raths outgrabe
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Oh, Cheshire Cat! It’s you!
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Whom did you expect? The White Rabbit perchance?
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Oh, no, no, no. I- I-I’m through with rabbits.
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I wanna go home!
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– But I can’t find my way. – Naturally.
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That’s because you have no way.
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All ways here, you see, are the Queen’s way.
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– But I’ve never met any Queen. – You haven’t?
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You haven’t? Oh, but you must!
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She’ll be mad about you. Simply mad.
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And the mome raths outgrabe
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Please, please! Uh, how can I find her?
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Well, some go this way.
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Some go that way.
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But as for me, myself, personally,
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I prefer the short cut.
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Painting the roses red
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We’re painting the roses red
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We dare not stop or waste a drop
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So let the paint be spread
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We’re painting the roses red
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Oh, painting the roses red
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And many a tear we shed
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– Because we know – They’ll cease to grow
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In fact they’ll soon be dead
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Ohh, and yet we go ahead
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Painting the roses red, red red, red, red, red, red, red
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Painting the roses red We’re painting the roses red
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Oh, pardon me, but, Mr Three why must you paint them red
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Huh? Oh!
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Well, the fact is, miss,
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we planted the white roses by mistake, and-
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The Queen she likes them red If she saw white instead
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– She’d raise a fuss – And each of us
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– Would quickly lose his head – Goodness!
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Since this is the thought we dread
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– We’re painting the roses red – Oh, dear.
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Then let me help you.
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– Painting the roses red – We’re painting the roses red
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Don’t tell the Queen what you have seen
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Or say that’s what we said but we’re painting the roses red
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Yes, painting the roses red
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– Not pink – Not green – Not aquamarine
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We’re painting the roses red
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– The Queen! – The Queen!
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– Queen! – The Queen!

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1- Yes, I do, but, but, but- – Ah! I knew it! I knew it.
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Serpent. Serpent!
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Oh, for goodness’ sake.
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Hmm! And the other side will-
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The very idea.
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Spend all my time laying eggs for serpents like her.
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Goodness. I wonder if I’ll ever get the knack of it.
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There. That’s much better.
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Hmm. Better save these.
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Now let’s see. Where was I?
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Hmm. I- I wonder which way I ought to go.
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‘Twas brillig
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And the slithy toves
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Did gyre and gimble in the wabe
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All mimsy were the borogroves
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And the mome raths outgrabe
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Now where in the world do you suppose that-
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– Lose something? – Oh!
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Oh, uh- I- I was- N-No.
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I- I-I mean, I-I was just wondering-
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Oh, that’s quite all right. Uh, one moment, please.
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Ooh.
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Second chorus.
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‘Twas brillig
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And the slithy toves
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Did gyre and gimble in the wabe
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Why- Why, you’re a cat.
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A Cheshire cat. All mimsy
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Were the borogroves
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Oh, wait! Don’t go, please.
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There you are. Third chorus.
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Oh, no, no, no. Thank you, but-
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But I just wanted to ask you which way I ought to go.
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Well, that depends…
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on where you want to get to.
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Oh, it really doesn’t matter, as long as I-
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Then it really doesn’t matter…
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which way you go.
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And the mome raths outgrabe
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Oh, by the way.
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If you’d really like to know,
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he went that way.
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– Who did? – The White Rabbit.
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– He did? – He did what?
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– Went that way. – Who did?
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– The White Rabbit. – What rabbit?
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But didn’t you just say- I mean- Oh, dear.
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Can you stand on your head?
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– Oh! – However,
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if I were looking for a white rabbit,
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I’d ask the Mad Hatter.
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The Mad Hatter? Um, no, no, I-I don’t think-
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Or there’s the March Hare…
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in that direction.
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Uh, thank you. I-I think I shall visit him.
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Of course, he’s mad too.
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Oh, but I don’t want to go among mad people.
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Oh, you can’t help that.
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Most everyone’s mad here.
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You may have noticed…
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that I’m not all there myself.
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And the mome raths outgrabe
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Goodness. If the people here are like that, I-
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I must try not to upset them.
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How very curious.
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If there are no objections let it be unanimous
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– Oh, a very merry unbirthday – A very merry unbirthday
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A very merry unbirthday to us
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A very merry unbirthday to me
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– To who – To me – Oh, you
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A very merry unbirthday to you
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– Who, me – Yes, you – Oh, me
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Let’s all congratulate us with another cup of tea
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A very merry unbirthday
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To
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You
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– No room, no room, no room. – No vacancy.
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– No room, no room, no room! – But I thought there was plenty of room.
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Ah, but it’s very rude to sit down without being invited.
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I’ll say it’s rude. It’s very, very rude indeed.
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Very, very, very rude indeed.
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Oh, I’m very sorry,
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but I did enjoy your singing, and I wondered if you could tell me-
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You enjoyed our singing?
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Oh, what a delightful child.
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Things happen. I’m so excited! We never get compliments.
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– You must have a cup of tea. – Ah, yes, indeed, the tea.
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– You must have a cup of tea. – That would be very nice.
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I’m sorry I interrupted your birthday party.
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– Uh-uh, thank you. – Birthday? Ha-ha-ha.
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My dear child, this is not a birthday party.
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Of course not.
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This is an unbirthday party.
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Unbirthday? Oh, I’m sorry, but I don’t quite understand.
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It’s very simple. Now, 30 days hath Sept-
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No. Well. An unbirthday-
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If you have a birthday, then, you-
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– She doesn’t know what an unbirthday is. – How silly!
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Well, I-
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I shall elucidate.
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Now statistics prove prove that you’ve one birthday
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Imagine.:just one birthday every year
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Ah, but there are 364 unbirthdays
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Precisely why we’re gathered here to cheer
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Why, then, today is my unbirthday too.
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– It is? – What a small world this is.
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In that case-
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– A very merry unbirthday – To me
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– To you – A very merry unbirthday
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– For me – For you
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Now blow the candle out, my dear and make your wish come true
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A very merry unbirthday
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To you
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Twinkle, twinkle, little bat,
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How I wonder what you’re at.
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Up above the world you fly…
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Like a tea-tray in the sky.
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– Oh, that was lovely. – And, uh, and now, my dear,
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uh, you were saying that you would like to seek-
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Pardon me.
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Uh, you were seeking, uh, some information of some kind?
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Oh, yes. You see, I’m looking for a-
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Clean cup, clean cup. Move down!
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– But I haven’t used my cup. – Drink up, drink up
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Move down, move down Drink up, drink up, move down
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Would you like a little more tea?
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Well, I haven’t had any yet, so I can’t very well take more.
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Ah, you mean you can’t very well take less.
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Yes. You can always take more than nothing.
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– But I only meant that- – And now, my dear,
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something, uh, seems to be troubling you.
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Uh, won’t you tell us all about it?
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– Start at the beginning. – Yes, yes.
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And when you come to the end,
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stop, see?
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Well, it all started…
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while I was sitting on the riverbank with Dinah.
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Very interesting.
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– Who’s Dinah? – Why, Dinah’s my cat. You see-
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Ah! Cat?
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– Get the jam. On his nose. Put it on his nose. – On his nose, on his nose.
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– C-C-Cat. – Oh. Oh.
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My goodness. Those are the things that upset me.
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See all the trouble you’ve started?
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– But really, I didn’t think that- – Ah, but that’s the point.
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– If you don’t think, you shouldn’t talk. – Clean cup, clean cup.
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Move down, move down, move down!
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– But I still haven’t used- – Move down, move down, move down
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Move down
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And now, my dear, as you were saying?
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Oh, yes. I was sitting on the riverbank with, uh,
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with you-know-who.
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I do?
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I mean my c-a-t.
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Tea?
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Just half a cup, if you don’t mind.
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Come, come, my dear. Don’t you care for tea?
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Why, yes, I’m very fond of tea, but-
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If you don’t care for tea, you could at least make polite conversation.
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Well, I’ve been trying to ask you-
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I have an excellent idea.
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Let’s change the subject.
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Why is a raven like a writing desk?
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Riddles?
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Let me see now.
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Why is a raven like a writing desk?
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– I beg your pardon? – Why is a raven like a writing desk?
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– Why is a what? – Careful. She’s stark, ravin’ mad.
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But, but it’s your silly riddle. You just said-
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– Steady. Don’t get excited. – How about a nice cup of tea?
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Have a cup of tea, indeed. Well, I’m sorry, but I just haven’t the time.
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The time! The time! Who’s got the time?
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No, no, no, no. No time, no time, no time.
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Hello. Goodbye. I’m late. I’m late.
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– The White Rabbit! – Oh, I’m so late.
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I’m so very, very late.
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Well, no wonder you’re late. Why, this clock is exactly two days slow.
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– Two days slow? – Course you’re late.
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My goodness.
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We’ll have to look into this. Aha!
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I see what’s wrong with this.
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Why, this watch is full of wheels.
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Oh, my poor watch. Oh, my wheels and springs.
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– But, but, but, but, but, but, but, but- – Butter! Of course!
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It needs some butter. Butter!
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– Butter! – But-but-butter?
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Butter. Oh, thank you. Butter. Yes, that’s fine.

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1- Wait! Please wait! – Ah, young lady.
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– Do you have a match? – No, I-I’m sorry, but-
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– Mr Rabbit! – No cooperation. No cooperation at all.
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Well, can’t have monsters about.
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Jolly well have to carry on alone.
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Wait! Please! Just a minute!
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Oh, dear. I’ll never catch him while I’m this small.
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Why, what curious butterflies.
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You mean bread-and-butterflies.
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Oh, yes, of course, uh- Hmm?
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Now who do you suppose-
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A horsefly! I mean, a- a rocking horsefly.
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– Naturally. – I beg your pardon,
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but, uh, did you-
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Oh, that’s nonsense. Flowers can’t talk.
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But of course we can talk, my dear.
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If there’s anyone worth talking to.
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Or about.
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– And we sing too. – You do?
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Oh, yes. Would you like to hear “Tell It to the Tulips”?
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– No, let’s sing about us. – We know one about the shy little violets.
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– Oh, no, not that old thing. – Let’s do “Lovely Lily of the Valley. ”
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– How ’bout a daisy duet? – Oh, she wouldn’t like that. – Oh, watch the rose.
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Girls! We shall sing “Golden Afternoon. ”
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That’s about all of us.
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Sound your “A,” Lily.
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La
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Mi, mi, mi, mi, mi, mi mi, mi, mi, mi, mi, mi
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La, la, la, la la, la, la, la, la
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Ah, ah, ah, ah, ah, ah, ah
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Dum du dum-dum
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Little bread-and-butterflies kiss the tulips
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And the sun is like a toy balloon
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There are Get-up-in-the-morning glories
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In the golden afternoon
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There are dizzy daffodils on the hillside
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Strings of violets are all in tune
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Tiger lilies love the dandelions
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In the golden afternoon
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The gold afternoon
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There are dog- and cat-erpillars
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And a copper centipede
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Where the lazy daisies
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Love the very
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Peaceful life
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They lead
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You can learn a lot of things from the flowers
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For especially in the month ofJune
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Ah, ah, ah, ah There’s a wealth
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Of happiness and romance
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All in the golden
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Afternoon
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All in the golden afternoon
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The golden afternoon
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You can learn a lot of things from the flowers
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For especially in the month ofJune
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There’s a wealth of happiness
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And romance
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All-
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The golden afternoon
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Ah
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– Oh, that was lovely! – Thank you, my dear.
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What kind of garden do you come from?
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Oh, I don’t come from any garden.
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Do you suppose she’s a wild flower?
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Oh, no. I’m not a wild flower.
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Just what specie- or shall we say genus- are you, my dear?
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Well, I suppose you’d call me…
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a Genus Humanus Alice.
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Ever see an Alice with a blossom like that?
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Come to think of it, did you ever see an Alice?
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Yes. And did you notice her petals?
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What a peculiar colour.
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And no fragrance.
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Just look at those stems.
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Rather scrawny, I’d say.
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I think she’s pretty.
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– Quiet, bud. – But I’m not a flower.
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Aha!Just as I suspected.
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She’s nothing but a common Mobile Vulgaris.
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Oh, no!
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– A common what? – To put it bluntly:
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– A weed. – I’m not a weed.
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– Well, you wouldn’t expect her to admit it. – Can you imagine?
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– Well, goodness! – Don’t let her stay here and go to seed.
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– Go on now. Don’t you take root- – Please, girls!
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We don’t want weeds in our bed.
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Move along, move along.
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All right, if that’s the way you feel about it.
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If I were my right size, I could pick every one of you if I wanted to.
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And I guess that would teach you.
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You can learn a lot of things from the flowers.
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Hm! Seems to me they could learn a few things about manners.
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A
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E- I-O-U
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A- E-I-O-U
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A- E-I-O-U
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Who
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U- E-I-O-A
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U- E-I-A
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A- E-I-O-U
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Who are you?
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Well, I-I-I hardly know, sir.
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I’ve changed so many times since this morning, you see-
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I do not see.
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Explain yourself.
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I’m afraid I can’t explain myself, sir,
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because I’m not myself, you know.
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I do not know.
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Well, I can’t put it any more clearly, for it isn’t clear to me.
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You? Who are you?
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Well, don’t you think you ought to tell me…
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who you are first?
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Why?
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Oh, dear, everything is so confusing.
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– It is not. – Well, it is to me.
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– Why? – Well, I can’t remember things as I used to, and-
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– Recite. – Hmm?
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Oh. Oh, oh, yes, sir. Um-
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How doth the little busy bee improve each shin-
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Stop.
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That is not spoken correct-ically.
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It goes:
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How-
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How doth the little crocodile…
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improve his shining tail…
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and pour the waters of the Nile…
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on every golden scale?
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How cheer-
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How cheerfully he seems to grin.
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How neatly spreads his claws…
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and welcomes little fishes in…
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with gently smiling jaws.
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Well, I must say I’ve never heard it that way before.
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I know. I have improved it.
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Well- If you ask me-
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You? Heh!
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Who are you?
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Oh!
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Uh, you there. Girl!
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Wait! Come back!
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I have something important to say.
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Oh, dear.
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I wonder what he wants now.
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Well?
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Keep your temper.
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– Is that all? – No.
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Exact-ically what is your problem?
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Well, it’s exact-ically- exact-ical-
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Well, it’s precisely this:
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I should like to be a little larger, sir.
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– Why? – Well, after all,
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three inches is such a wretched height-
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I am exact-ically three inches high!
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And it is a very good height indeed!
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But I’m not used to it, and you needn’t…
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shout!
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– Oh, dear. – By the way, I have a few more helpful hints.
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One side will make you grow taller.
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– One side of what? – And the other side will make you grow shorter.
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– The other side of what? – The mushroom, of course!
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Hmm.
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One side will make me grow-
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But which is which?
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Hmm. After all that’s happened, I-
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I wonder if I- I don’t care.
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I’m tired of being only three inches high.
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Yi, yi, yi, yi, yi, yi, yi, yi, yi, yi!
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A serpent! Help!
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Help! Serpent! Serpent!
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Oh, but please, please!
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Off with you! Shoo! Shoo! Go away! Serpent! Serpent!
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– But I’m not a serpent. – Ser- Indeed?
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– Then just what are you? – I’m just a little girl.
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Little? Ha! Little?
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Well, I am. I mean, I-I was.
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And I suppose you don’t eat eggs either.

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

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1- One good turn deserves another. What can I do for you?
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Well, I’m looking for a white rabbit, so, um, if you don’t mind-
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Eh? Oh!
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– There he is! I simply must get through. – Sorry. You’re much too big.
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– Simple impassable. – You mean impossible.
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No, impassable. Nothing’s impossible.
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– Why don’t you try the bottle on the table? – Table? Oh!
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Read the directions and directly you’ll be directed in the right direction.
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“Drink me. ”
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Hmm. Better look first, for if one drinks much…
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from a bottle marked “poison,”
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it’s almost certain to disagree with one sooner or later.
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– Beg your pardon? – I was just giving myself some good advice.
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But- Mmm.
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Tastes like, uh, cherry tart.
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Custard, pineapple, roast turkey. Goodness!
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– What did I do? – Ho-ho-ho-ho-ho.
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You almost went out like a candle.
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But look! I’m just the right size.
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Oh, no use.
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I forgot to tell you.
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I’m locked!
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Oh, no!
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Uh, but of course, uh, you’ve got the key, so-
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– What key? – Now don’t tell me you’ve left it up there.
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Oh, dear.
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– Whatever will I do? – Try the box, naturally.
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Oh!
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“Eat me. ” All right, but goodness knows what this will do.
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Whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa, oh!
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What did you say?
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I said, “A little of that went a long way. ”
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Well, I don’t think it’s so funny.
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Now- Now I shall n- never get home!
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Oh, come, come, now. Crying won’t help.
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I know, but I-I-
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I just can’t- I can’t stop!
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Come! Oh! Say, this won’t do.
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It won’t do at all.
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You! You up there! Stop!
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I say! Oh, look!
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The bottle. The bottle!
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Oh, dear. I do wish I hadn’t cried so much.
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Oh, a sailor’s life is the life for me
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How I love to sail on the bounding sea
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And I never, never, ever do a thing about the weather
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For the weather never, ever does a thing for me
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Oh, a sailor’s life is the life for me
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Tiddlee um pom pom Deedle dum dum dee
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And I never, ev- Ahoy!
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And other nautical expressions! Land ho, by Jove!
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– Where away, Dodo? – Dodo?
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Three points to starboard. Pull away, me hearties.
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Have you in port in no time at all.
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– Oh, yo-ho-ho and a bottle of sea – Uh, Mr Dodo! Please!
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– We’ll all fish fry as we sail the sea – Please help me!
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Um, uh, uh, pardon me, but, uh,
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would you mind helping me, please?
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Yoo-hoo. Yoo-hoo!
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Help me. Please! Won’t you-
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Help me!
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Forward, backward, inward, outward Come and join the chase
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Nothing could be drier than a jolly caucus race
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Backward, forward, outward, inward bottom to the top
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Never a beginning There can never be a stop
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Hopping, skipping, hopping, skipping Fancy-free and gay
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That’s all they did tomorrow but you finished yesterday
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Round and round and round we go until forevermore
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Once we were behind but now we find we are be-
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Forward, backward, inward, outward Come and join the chase
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Nothing could be drier than a jolly caucus race
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Ah, backward- I say! You’ll never get dry that way.
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– Get dry? – Have to run with the others.
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First rule of a caucus race, you know.
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But how can I-
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That’s better. Have you dry in no time now.
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No one can ever get dry this way.
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Nonsense! Why, I’m as dry as a bone already.
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– Yes, but- – All right, chaps. Let’s have it now.
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Look lively.
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The White Rabbit. Mr Rabbit. M-Mr Rabbit-
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– Oh, my goodness! I’m late. I’m late. – Oh-oh, don’t go away.
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– I’ll be right back. – I’m late, I’m late.
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– I’m late, I’m late. – Don’t step on the fish! Uh, w-w-watch it there.
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Stop kicking that mackerel. Brilliant!Jolly well-
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Mr Rabbit. Oh, Mr Rabbit.
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Oh, dear, I’m sure he came this way.
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Do you suppose he could be hiding?
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Hmm.
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Not here.
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I wonder.
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No, I suppose he must’ve-
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Oh! Why, what peculiar little figures.
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Tweedle Dee and Tweedle Dum.
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If you think we’re waxworks, you ought to pay, you know.
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Contrary to wax, if you think we’re alive, you ought to speak to us.
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– That’s logic. – Well, it’s been nice meeting you.
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Goodbye.
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You’re beginning backwards.
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Aye, the first thing in a visit is to say:
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How do you do and shake hands Shake hands, shake hands
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How do you do and shake hands and state your name and business
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– That’s manners. – Really?
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Well, my name is Alice, and I’m following a white rabbit, so-
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– No, you can’t go yet. – No, the visit has just started.
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– I’m very sorry. – Would you like to play hide-and-seek?
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– Or “Button, button, who’s got the button”? – No, thank you.
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If you stay long enough, we might have a battle.
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That’s very kind of you, but I must be going.
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– Why? – Because I’m following a white rabbit.
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– Why? – Well, I-I’m curious to know where he’s going.
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Oh, she’s curious.
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The oysters were curious, too, weren’t they?
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Aye, and you remember what happened to them.
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– Poor things. – Poor things.
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Why? What did happen to the oysters?
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– Oh, you wouldn’t be interested. – Oh, but I am.
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No, no, you’re in much too much of a hurry.
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– Well, perhaps I could spare a little time. – You could?
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Well!
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“The Walrus and the Carpenter. ”
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Or “The Story of the Curious Oysters. ”
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The sun was shining on the sea Shining with all its might
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He did his very best to make the billows smooth and bright
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And this was odd because it was
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The middle of the night
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The walrus and the carpenter
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Were walking close at hand
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The beach was wide from side to side
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But much too full of sand
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Mr Walrus said the carpenter
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My brain begins to perk
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We’ll sweep this clear in half a year
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If you don’t mind the work
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Work!
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– Th-The time has come – The walrus said
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To talk of other things.: Of shoes and ships and sealing wax
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And cabbages and kings
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And why the sea is boiling hot and whether pigs have wings
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Calloo, callay No work today
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We’re cabbages and kings
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Oh, uh, oysters, come out and walk with us.
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The day is warm and bright.

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1- Alice in Wonderland
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How do you get to Wonderland
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Over the hill or under land
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Orjust behind the tree
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When clouds go rolling by
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They roll away and leave the sky
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Where is the land beyond the eye
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That people cannot see
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Where can it be
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Where do stars go
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Where is the grass that blooms
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They must be somewhere
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In a sunny afternoon
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Alice in Wonderland
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Where is the path to Wonderland
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Over the hill or here or there
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I wonder
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Where
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“… for if he does and had been of late…
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“much accustomed to usurpation and conquest.
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“Edwin and Morcar, the earls of Mercia and Northumbria,
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declared for him, and even Stigand-”
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– Alice. – Hmm?
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– Oh, I’m listening. – “And even Stigand,
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“the Archbishop of Canterbury, agreed to meet with William…
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and offer him the Crown. ”
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“William’s conduct at first was model-”
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Alice. Will you kindly pay attention to your history lesson?
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I’m sorry, but how can one possibly pay attention…
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to a book with no pictures in it?
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My dear child,
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there are a great many good books in this world without pictures.
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In this world, perhaps, but in my world,
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the books would be nothing but pictures.
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Your world? Huh! What nonsense.
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– Now, once more. – Nonsense?
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– From the beginning. – That’s it, Dinah.
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If I had a world of my own, everything would be nonsense.
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Nothing would be what it is,
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because everything would be what it isn’t,
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and contrariwise, what it is, it wouldn’t be.
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And what it wouldn’t be, it would.
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You see?
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In my world, you wouldn’t say “meow. ”
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You’d say, “Yes, Miss Alice. ”
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Oh, but you would. You’d be just like people, Dinah.
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And all the other animals too.
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Why, in my world:
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Cats and rabbits
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Would reside in fancy little houses
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And be dressed in shoes and hats and trousers
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In a world of my own
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All the flowers
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Would have very extra-special powers
55
They would sit and talk to me
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For hours when I’m lonely
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In a world of my own
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There’d be new birds
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Lots of nice and friendly how-de-do birds
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Everyone would have a dozen bluebirds
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Within that world
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Of my own
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I could listen
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To a babbling brook
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And hear a song that I could understand
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I keep wishing
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It could be that way
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Because my world would be
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A wonderland
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Oh, Dinah. It’s just a rabbit with a waistcoat- and a watch!
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Oh, my fur and whiskers! I’m late, I’m late, I’m late!
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Now this is curious. What could a rabbit possibly be late for?
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– Please, sir! – I’m late, I’m late
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For a very important date No time to say hello, Goodbye
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– I’m late, I’m late, I’m late – It must be awfully important.
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Like a party or something. Mr Rabbit! Wait!
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No, no, no, no, no, no, no I’m overdue
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I’m really in a stew No time to say goodbye, Hello I’m late, I’m late, I’m late
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My. What a peculiar place to have a party.
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You know, Dinah, we really shouldn’t…
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um- be doing this.
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After all, we haven’t been invited,
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and curiosity often leads to trouble.
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Oh! Oh! Oh! Oh!
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Goodbye, Dinah. Goodbye!
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Oh.
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Well, after this, I shall think nothing of fall-
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Oh. Of falling down stairs.
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Oh!
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Ahh.
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Whoa!
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Goodness. What if I should fall right through…
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the centre of the earth-
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Oh! And come out the other side…
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where people walk upside down?
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Oh, but that’s silly. Nobody- Oh!
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Oh, Mr Rabbit! Wait!
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Please!
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Curiouser and curiouser!
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– Ohh! – Oh! Oh, I beg your pardon.
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Whew. Ha. It’s quite all right, but you did give me quite a turn.
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– You see, I was following- – Rather good, what? Doorknob? Turn?
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– Please, sir. – Swell, huh?