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The Three Caballeros 4 movie - We're always together and we're three happy chappies

who describe the story of a group of Mexican children who celebrated Christmas Quotes AURORA MIRANDA: Come on, boys. JOSE CARIOCA: What do you feel about Baia, huh? Tell me the truth. DONALD DUCK: Oh, swell! Marvelous! Romance. Moonlight. Beautiful girls. JOSE CARIOCA: Or as you say, you are a wolf. Take it easy. You have more presents. DONALD DUCK: Presents? JOSE CARIOCA: Whee! Presents! DONALD DUCK: What Oh! Oh! Oh, I'm a midget! Oh! You, you're a midget too!
JOSE CARIOCA: Oh-ho, Donald! Don't worry. It is simple, my friend. Just a little black magic will fix you up. Believe it or not, it is very simple! You are very funny fellow!
DONALD DUCK: Oh, my, my, my!
JOSE CARIOCA: You kill my head!
DONALD DUCK: Huh?
JOSE CARIOCA: Oh, my friend you are using the wrong finger. Now, blow!
DONALD DUCK: Thanks, pal!
JOSE CARIOCA: But, Donald, your presents!
DONALD DUCK: My presents!
PANCHITO: Aha, my friends! Welcome to Mexico. Son of a gun, it's a pleasure to see such fine gentlemen in Mexico. Here, amigos. Donald! Jose. Caramba! Now we're three gay caballeros. We're three caballeros / Three gay caballeros / They say we are birds of a feather / We're happy amigos / No matter where he goes / The one, two and three goes / We're always together / We're three happy chappies with snappy serapes / You'll find us beneath our sombreros / We're brave and we'll stay so / We're bright as a peso DONALD DUCK: Who says so? ALL: We say so! / The Three Caballeros / We have the stars to guide us / Guitars here beside us / To play as we go / We sing and we samba / We shout, Ay, caramba! JOSE CARIOCA: What means ay, caramba PANCHITO: Oh, yes. I don't know. / Through fair or stormy weather / We stand close together / Like books on a shelf / And pals though we may be / When some Latin baby, says yes, no, or maybe / Each man is for himself! DONALD DUCK: What's this? PANCHITO: What's this? This is your gift from Mexico, Donald. A pinata. DONALD DUCK: Oh, boy, oh, boy! A pinata! What's a pinata? A pinata is full of surprises, presents. It is the very spirit of Christmas. DONALD DUCK: Christmas? Jingle bells, jingle bells, jingle all. PANCHITO: No, no, Donald. For goodness sake. Not Jingly Bells. In Mexico, they sing Las Posadas. This custom takes place on each of the nine days before Christmas. Each evening, the children gather at the village church and form a procession symbolizing the journey of Mary and Joseph from Nazareth to Bethlehem. The little ones carry images of the saints from house to house singing a plea for shelter, or posada. A reply comes from within No posada. No shelter. Looking sad and downhearted, they try again, but the reply is still the same. No shelter. No posada. They repeat this song time after time and always they are refused. Until at last they reach a friendly house and the door is opened. Come in, come in, holy pilgrims. This humble home is yours. And now, Mary and Joseph have found shelter at last. Then the rejoicing begins the feasting, the celebrating and finally the biggest surprise of all: Breaking the pinata. And now for your pinata, Donald. Here you are. Go to it. DONALD DUCK: One side, boys. One side. I'm gonna smack it! PANCHITO: Uh-uh, no, hold it. Ho-Hold it, Donald. First you must be blindfolded. We have to put this over your eyes. That's part of the tradition. Now, now, now, stand here. Come here now. Hit it hard. All right, let's see you smack it. Just a minute.
 
The Three Caballeros 4 - Welcome to Mexico
The Three Caballeros 4 - Welcome to Mexico
  We're three happy chappies with snappy serapes
We're three happy chappies with snappy serapes
  This is your gift from Mexico, Donald, a pinata
This is your gift from Mexico, Donald, a pinata
 
This custom takes place on each of the nine days before Christmas
This custom takes place on each of the nine days before Christmas
  Children gather at the village church and form a procession
Children gather at the village church and form a procession
  The biggest surprise of all, breaking the pinata
The biggest surprise of all, breaking the pinata