The Tale of Jeremy Fisher's Musical Adventure Peter Rabbit


The Tale of Jeremy Fisher's Musical Adventure

Animated series. Jeremy Fisher gets into trouble while composing a new piece. Only Peter and his friends can save him!


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-# Let's go!

-Go on a run, run for our lives

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# We'll tear a hole in every fence and every wall

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# Run through the fields Run wild and free

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# And grab a piece of every radish that we see

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# Go day and night Go for it all

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# It's time to fly Come on, the wind's begun to blow

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# Cos you and I We weren't made for going slow

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-# Let's go!

-Adventure calls, the game is on!

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-# Come on!

-Peter Rabbit!

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-# Let's go!

-Peter Rabbit!

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-# Let's go!

-Peter Rabbit!

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# Let's go! #

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-Wow!

-Yay!

-That was cool!

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Great shot, Peter.

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# La la-la-la la laa... #

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-Your turn, Benjamin.

-Yeah!

-OK, here I go.

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Ooh.

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-The boat must have moved.

-Aw, try again.

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Here goes.

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BOTH: Go, Benjamin!

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Whoa-oa-oa...

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Ooh!

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Sorry. I think I missed again.

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THEY LAUGH

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# La la-la la la-la laaa... # Oh!

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This sound will go perfectly with my masterpiece.

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# La la-la la la-la la... #

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LAUGHTER CONTINUES

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# La la-la la la-la laa... # No, no, no. I can't hear a thing!

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This won't do at all.

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HE CLEARS HIS THROAT

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I am composing the finest musical masterpiece

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the world has ever known, and I cannot hear the new sounds I need.

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Would you please stop making so much noise?

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Sorry, Mr Fisher. We were just playing a game.

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I would be obliged if you would play something quieter.

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-Ooh, ooh, I know. We could fish.

-Yay!

-Wahoo!

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HE CLEARS HIS THROAT

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Er, really quietly, I mean.

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Only...we don't have a fishing rod.

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Ah! I suppose you could borrow mine.

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# La la-la la la la laa

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# La la-la la la. #

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HE CHUCKLES

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HE PUFFS

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LAUGHTER AND SHOUTING

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Ohh, ribbet! They're making noise again.

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LAUGHTER CONTINUES

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Cackling cacophony. Who-who-whoever heard such noise?

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-Wahoo!

-Come on, fish, you can't hide from us!

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No, still nothing.

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Fish are attracted to shiny things. I know that for a fact.

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And I've got the perfect thing.

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Just-in-case pocket, just in case.

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Great idea, Lily! Those fish are as good as caught.

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-Yahoo!

-All right!

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No, no, no, I cannot make music like this. Please be quiet!

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Who-who-who is making such a rowdy racket?!

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ALL: Mr Fisher, look out!

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Quiet, I tell you. Less noise, I insist.

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ALL: Look out!

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-Got you, you noisy nincompoop!

-No, bring him back!

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Aaahh!

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This is all our fault. We have to do something.

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We are. We're going to rescue our friend. Quick...the jar lid.

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Help! I've been frognapped!

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Hold on, what a lovely musical sound your wings make.

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Thwomp, thwomp...

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# Thwomp de da da de-da-da-daa... # Thwomp, thwomp.

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# Thwomp de da da-de-daa. #

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How can you talk about music at a time like this?

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You're about to get eaten.

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Oh!

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Lily, get his attention.

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SHE WHISTLES

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Tail feathers!

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Whoa! He-e-e-elp!

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THEY GASP

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I'm safe.

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-Mr Fisher, hurry!

-You're not safe!

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And I found an exciting new sound for my musical masterpiece.

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-Oh, no.

-ALL: No! Mr Fisher!

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Oh, that's a rather good musical sound, too.

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Splash, splash... # Dum da-da dum-dum da-da da-da. #

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Splash, splash.

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ALL: Look out!

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Oh, no! Jack Sharp swallowed Mr Fisher!

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This is bad. This is very, very bad.

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Quick, Benjamin, the fishing rod.

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I might not be able to catch a fish, but I can definitely tickle one.

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HE CHUCKLES

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-That tickles!

-Whoa!

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Oh, no, after him. Hop to it!

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Oh, turnip for lunch again. How I wish I had some...

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Whoa!

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..meat!

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-Oh! Oh, dear.

-Oh, lucky day.

-Oh!

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HE GROWLS

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Um, terribly sorry to intrude, Mr Tod.

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-I hope I haven't spoiled your lovely picnic.

-Spoil it?

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On the contrary - you've improved it. Hee-hee-hee-hee-hee.

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-Not again.

-Oh! We'll never rescue him this time.

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A good rabbit never gives up. We need that fishing rod.

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-Benjamin?

-Sorry, I left it at the lake.

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We can make one. I've got some string and a hairpin we could use as a hook.

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Just-in-case pocket, just in case.

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-Heh-heh-heh...

-I really must be getting back.

-Oh, no.

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I absolutely insist that you stay for lunch.

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It wouldn't be the same without you.

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-Oh!

-I say, where are you going?

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Oh.

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THEY STRAIN

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Come down here, at once.

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Ah-ha-ha-ha! I think I might hang about up here, if it's all the same.

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What now? We can't hold this for ever and...

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Mr Tod will still get him if we drop him.

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Leave that to me. Hold tight.

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Peter, be careful.

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Frogs aren't supposed to fly.

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And foxes aren't supposed to stand on tables.

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Huh?

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Ooh! Ooh!

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-Swing, Mr Fisher.

-Oh!

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HE GRUNTS

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CREAKING

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-Peter Rabbit!

-Don't let go.

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Oh, not so fast, Peter.

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I think I've found another exciting musical sound!

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Creak! # La la-la la la la laa. #

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Creak! # La la-la la... #

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-Be careful. You're swinging too fast!

-Isn't it marvellous?

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-Peter, it's too heavy.

-We can't hold on.

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-Waaaah!

-After him!

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Oh, why does this always happen to me?

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-Got you!

-Waaaah!

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What's that noise?

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Mm, lovely.

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Mm, num-num-num.

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If Tommy Brock finds Mr Fisher in his bucket, he'll gobble him up.

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Lily, got any more string?

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Sure, what's the plan?

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When Brock leaves, get Mr Fisher out of the bucket, fast.

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Where are you going?

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I'm going fishing again. This time, for a badger.

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Mm...

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Where'd you go?

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Mr Fisher, quick!

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What? Hello. Ah, Lily and Benjamin.

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Oh, I hope you didn't want a worm. I'm afraid I've eaten them all.

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Those were Tommy Brock's worms.

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-You're in his bucket. We need to get out of here!

-Oh, Tommy Brock?!

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CLANK!

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Gosh, what a wonderful musical sound.

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-CLANKING

-# La la-la la la la laa. #

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Yes, yes, yes, yes, yes. Most pleasing to the ears. Listen.

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Clank, clank, clank.

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Hey, come here...

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-It's a lovely sound...

-# La la-la la... #

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-..but we really need to... ALL:

-Run!

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-You ate my worms. I'll get you!

-Where to?

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The squirrel camp. Badgers can't climb trees.

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Oh, neither can I! Ribbet!

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Don't worry, Mr Fisher, we'll get you up there.

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# Run, rabbit, run Run like you've never run before

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# Run, rabbit, run If he catches you, you're done

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# So run some more

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# Your heart is pounding Those feet are sounding

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# So close to you, what can you do?

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# Oh, rabbit, run, you'd better run

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# I think I hear 'em catching up to you. #

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ALL CHEER AND WHOOP

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# Ba-baa baa-ba-baa! #

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No idea what we're celebrating.

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But I'm always up for a party.

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SQUIRRELS CHIRP

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Oh! Tail feathers! Not again.

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Peter, I must thank you and your friends.

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You've done me a magnificent service.

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You're welcome. But it was kind of our fault

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that Old Brown caught you, in the first place.

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No, I'm not talking about that.

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No, I mean, you helped me find the musical sounds I was after.

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The splash, splash of the water. The creak, creak of the branch.

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And the clank, clank of the bucket.

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Oh, have I forgotten one?

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Ah, yes. The thwomp, thwomp of the owl's wings.

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-ALL:

-Look out!

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He-e-e-elp!

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Nobody wakes me up twice in one day!

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Lily, I need some more string.

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-There's none left. But I've got some elastic.

-Even better!

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Whoa! Ooh, oh!

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Peter, quick.

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I'll teach you to make a rabble-rousing racket

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in the middle of the day.

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Never let go... Tail feathers!

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-I should never...

-Ooh!

-..have got out of bed today.

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-Here comes Mr Fisher!

-Look out!

-ALL: Whoa!

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Ooh, oh.

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Mr Fisher, are you OK?

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O-OK? I'm-I'm delighted.

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I've found the final crashing sound I needed for my musical masterpiece.

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Of course, I'm going to need some help performing it.

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-# La la-la la la laa

-CLANK! THWOMP! SPLASH! CREAK!

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# La la-la la la laa La la-la laa la la la

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# La la-la la la la laa

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# La la-la la laa La la-la la la la la... #

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Oh! No! No! No!

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# Peter Rabbit

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# Peter Rabbit

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# Peter Rabbit, Peter Rabbit

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# Peter Rabbit. #

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