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were hurt. Oh, I did it again. Said I was afraid. Tigger, you're never afraid, are you?
TIGGER: I guess
I was too busy bouncing to ever think about it.
PIGLET: So that means if I bounce, I won't be afraid?
TIGGER: Why, it works for me. Yeah. Well, at least it used to, back in my bouncin' days.
PIGLET: Look, Tigger! I'm bouncing! I'm bouncing! Now I won't be afraid of anything! Thank you, Tigger! Thank you!
TIGGER: Oh... How about that? I guess bouncin' does keep you from bein' afraid.
Look at the little guy.
He's... But that would mean that not bouncin' might make a fella sort of squeamish, even a tad trembly. Just around the edges. Not to mention teetering on the brink of terror. Oh, dear. Double oh, dear. What's that? Ooh! It's got me!
WINNIE THE POOH: Hmm, I'm not eating honey. Not even thinking of thinking of thinking of eating honey. I'm not. I'm simply making sure that the honey is safe.
EEYORE: Why, hello,
Pooh Bear, whatever are you looking for?
WINNIE THE POOH: Oh! Well, I certainly wasn't looking for honey.
EEYORE: Well, that's fortunate. Because I just discovered the last little honey pot, much to my delight.
WINNIE THE POOH: I couldn't be happier for you. Even if I could be happier for you. No honey. No hope of any honey. Not even any hope of any hope of any honey.
EEYORE: Pooh Bear, I have this funny feeling. Whatever could it be?
WINNIE THE POOH: I'm sure I wouldn't know.
EEYORE: Think, think, think. Why, I believe it's the
honey that gives me this funny feeling
and stops the rumbly in my tumbly as well.
WINNIE THE POOH: I'm glad. At least, I think I'm glad. I'm not sure how glad feels. But if I...
EEYORE: Why, that's it, Pooh. I think I'm glad. See?
("Hunny, No Not For Me" song, lyrics and music by Michael Silversher and Patty Silversher; performed by Jim Cummings)
WINNIE THE POOH [singing]: Honey, no, not for me A honey, humming honeybee Would not even want to see Or be with me With honey!
RABBIT: "Restful Acres. Quiet, secluded and peaceful living." You see, little fellow, it'll be wonderful. And I'm sure
we'll make lots of new, quieter friends.
There we are. All ready to go. Now what?
EEYORE: Might you happen to have a little bit of a teeny taste of a small smackerel of something? And perhaps that somethin' might be sweet?
RABBIT: I... But... Uh...
TIGGER: Dear! Oh, help! Save me, Rabbit! Save me! He's after me! He chased me here, and he chased me there and all the way back here again. Here he comes!
PIGLET: Hoo-hoo-hoo-hoo! Hoo-hoo-hoo-hoo! Hello, Rabbit. I mean... Hiya, Long Ears.
RABBIT: Piglet? What are you doing?
PIGLET: What piglets do best, bouncin'!
RABBIT: What's going on here? Why are you all so different. Pooh Bear?
WINNIE THE POOH: Thanks for noticing.
TIGGER: Help! Oh, help! It's got me!
EEYORE: You're gettin' a little low on honey.
RABBIT: I'm not happy about this.
WINNIE THE POOH: I know the feeling.
TIGGER: I don't think he'll find me here.
EEYORE: Would you like something sweet while you're waiting?
RABBIT: What are you... Please! You mustn't... If you would only... Stop! I don't know what's going on, but it's even worse than before. Now I'm definitely leaving. Goodbye!
TIGGER: Oh, dear. What could be wrong?
We're tryin' to be different.
WINNIE THE POOH: Not workin' too well, is it?
RABBIT: There, there. You see, little fellow? Never a quiet moment. Well, from now on, our lives will be calm and serene and... Oh, my God! Oh, that was a close one.
EEYORE: We just have to find Rabbit.
WINNIE THE POOH: Maybe we will. Probably we won't.
PIGLET: We'll show him how much we've changed.
TIGGER: I miss him already.
RABBIT: Help! Piglet! Pooh! Up here!
PIGLET: Look! It's bunny boy!
PIGLET: Oh, dear! I'm bouncing, but I'm still afraid.
RABBIT: Help! I'm being beenapped!
New Year's restitution or no, it's time to do what Tiggers do best.
Don't worry, Long Ears! I'll save ya! Hoo-hoo-hoo-hoo! Hiya, buddy boy. Back in a flash. Hang onto that, would you, Piglet, old pal?
WINNIE THE POOH: Oh!
WINNIE THE POOH: Ooh!
RABBIT: Where's my carrot? What did you do with my... Oh-ho-ho! There you are! Safe and sound.
WINNIE THE POOH: Rabbit's back. And everything is simply... Oh! Mmm... Oh! Simply wonderful. Oh, bother. I just broke my resolution.
TIGGER: I bounced mine into itty-bitty pieces, too.
PIGLET: Oh, dear. I was so afraid for Rabbit, I didn't keep my promise either.
EEYORE: Well, it's unanimous. I was so upset, I forgot to be happy.
WINNIE THE POOH: I suppose that means, goodbye, Rabbit.
RABBIT: Wait a minute. What are you talking about?
WINNIE THE POOH: Well, our New Year's resolutions, of course.
TIGGER: We tried to change for you.
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A Very Merry Pooh Year part 1
2 ask Santa for a present
3 bring Christmas to everyone
4 letter to the North Pole
5 our New Year's resolutions
6 we could all change
7 whatever are you looking for
8 be more of who you are