The Tale of the Brewing Storm Peter Rabbit


The Tale of the Brewing Storm

Animated series. Peter, Lily and Benjamin race to rescue Cotton-tail's beloved blanket, escape Mr Tod and get back home before a brewing storm breaks.


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-# Let's go!

-Go on and 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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Come on!

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Phew! We did it. Everyone OK?

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-Check!

-Mm. Check!

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OK. Let's head for home.

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Well, pluck my spines. You are a very nasty fox indeed.

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Pluck your spines is exactly what I plan to do before I eat you!

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He-he-he-he.

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Oh, dear! Help!

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Quick! We've got to save Mrs Tiggy-Winkle.

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I know - follow me, and bring those onions.

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Let's go!

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FOX LAUGHS EVILLY

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HE SNIFFS

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A little rosemary and you'll be a tasty treat.

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LILY WHISTLES

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Oh... With a little rabbit dessert to follow.

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Not today, Mr Tod!

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-Eh? What's that?

-Come on, Mrs Tiggy-Winkle.

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-Oh, no, you don't!

-Bye-bye, scrummy onions.

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-I'll never forget you.

-Uh!

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Oh, oh! Ooft!

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Oh... Uh!

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Onions. Uh. Fabulous.

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Started rolling onions at that nasty Mr Tod. Onions, I tell you!

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Wherever did you find them?

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-Peter...

-Erm, well...

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It doesn't matter where they came from. You should've seen Peter!

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He jumped in to help and, as quick as fox, we were gone.

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We ran so fast I could hardly catch my breath!

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Well done, children. How about some soothing chamomile tea

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after all that excitement?

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-Oh, how lovely!

-Oh, my favourite.

-Yummy!

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-What's the matter, Peter?

-I don't like chamomile tea.

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Now, before I forget, where's that clean laundry basket I brought you?

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Here you go, Mrs Tiggy-Winkle.

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Oh, thank you kindly, Lily.

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Yay, blankie! Blankie back!

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That's right, Cotton-Tail. Your favourite blanket,

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all clean and fresh and...

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Well! Pat my tummy and tickle my nose.

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The blanket isn't here!

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I must have left it on the washing line at the laundry.

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Oh, I'm so forgetful!

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No blankie?

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Wah! Blankie!

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COTTON-TAIL CRIES

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Oh, dear, I'm sorry.

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Perhaps I should go back and fetch it?

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I'll go!

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You, Peter?

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Rabbits are much faster than hedgehogs.

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And I don't want to drink any chamomile tea.

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Please, Mum!

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Oh, that would be very kind of you, Peter.

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All right.

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Blankie?

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There could be a storm coming.

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You go straight there and back, OK, Peter?

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Sure thing, Mum. Come on, let's hop to it!

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COTTON-TAIL SNIFFLES

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Oh!

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Ah... Oh!

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PETER, LILY AND BENJAMIN LAUGH

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Ah! Benjamin, Peter, Lily. Perfect timing.

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Can't stop, Dad. We're on an important mission!

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-We're rescuing Cotton-Tail's blanket.

-But there's a storm brewing!

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That's why we're racing. We need to get the blanket before the storm.

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Oh... Ah!

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Wow! What an amazing invention, Mr Bouncer.

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Why, thank you. It's my new pedal-powered house sweeper.

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He-he. Is that a box-pan-chip-ringer junction you're using?

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Or is it a simple frequency expander?

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Ha-ha! Lily Bobtail, you certainly know a lot about how machines work.

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Peter, it would be a shame if it got ruined in the rain.

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Hm! You're right!

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There's still time to help. The storm is a long way off.

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THUNDER GRUMBLES

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Oh! I hope you're right.

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ALL: Heave!

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OK, time to go.

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Hold on, you might need this.

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My turbo-charged pocket pop umbrella.

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Oh, thanks, Dad! Oh, no!

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No, no, thank you all.

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He-he. How do you close this?

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Here, let me try.

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There you go.

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THUNDER BOOMS

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Let's get Cotton-Tail's blanket.

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Ah! Get inside the coop, you naughty ducklings! Ah!

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Oh, yoo-hoo, rabbits! Oh, thank goodness. There's a storm coming

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and I can't get my naughty...

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Quack!...ducklings into the coop.

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Sorry, Mrs Puddle-Duck, we have to get Cotton-Tail's blanket.

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Gracious me! Come back, you cheeky things.

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Got ya!

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THUNDER CRACKS

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Uh-oh! The storm!

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We've still got time to help. Come on, guys.

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Come back!

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Over there!

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This way...

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-Wait!

-Ha! There you are.

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Wah!

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Safe and sound.

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-I think that's all of them.

-Oh, thank you.

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-DUCKLING CHIRRUPS

-Ah!

-Huh?

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-CHIRRUP CHIRRUP

-Oops! Nearly all of them.

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-He-he.

-Thank you, thank you!

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Oh, I'd lose my head if it wasn't fixed to my body!

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-THUNDER GRUMBLES

-Peter!

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The storm is getting really close.

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THUNDER CRACKS

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-Oh!

-Let's go home.

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You know what my dad used to say. "A good rabbit never gives up!"

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We have to get Cotton-Tail's blanket. Let's go!

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Thank you! Quack!

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Stephen! Franny! Cecily! Normaaan!

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If I have to ask you to stop eating the hazelnuts one more time... Oh!

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Reinforcements, excellent. Hey! Peter! Lily! Benjamin! Wait up!

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-Whoo-hoo!

-Sorry, Nutkin, we're on an important mission.

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-Cotton-Tail's blanket!

-Left at Mrs Tiggy-Winkle's.

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We've got to get it.

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A blanket? More important than gathering food?!

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-But we...

-De-de-de! Let me explain.

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If we don't get these nuts into the squirrel camp,

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the storm will blow them away, for ever.

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Correct, Felix?

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Wait! Squirrels bury their nuts in winter to protect them.

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I know that for a fact.

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That's fascinating, Lily. But it's summer.

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So? Why don't we bury the hazelnuts? They can't blow away

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if they're buried.

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Benjamin, you're the best digger. Start digging!

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Got it. Grrr...argh!

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Rrrrrrr!

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Oh, hee-hee. Whoa! Uh!

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THUNDER ROARS We'd better hurry up and get that blanket.

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I know a shortcut to Mrs Tiggy-Winkle's. Come on!

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Thank you, my friends! Whoo, ah-ha!

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This is your shortcut?

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What was that? Oh. Looks like rain.

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No rabbit hunting today, then.

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We can't get past Mr Tod without him seeing us.

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We'll have to try a different way.

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We don't have time!

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-BENJAMIN GULPS Here goes!

-Mm-hm.

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MR TOD WHISTLES

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THUNDER GRUMBLES

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Oh! Rabbits are brave, rabbits are brave.

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Come on!

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Phew! Let's get that blanket.

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HE SNIFFS

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Hang on a minute...

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I smell rabbits...

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heading that way.

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Storm or no storm, it's rabbit hunting I will go.

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Got it! Cotton-Tail's blanket.

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Yay! Whoo-hoo!

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THUNDER GRUMBLES

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Whoa! That storm must be right on top of us.

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That's not the storm...

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That's Mr Tod!

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Well, hello.

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Eenie...

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Meenie...

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Minie...

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-Mo!

-Run!

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MR TOD SPLUTTERS

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Grr! Come back here!

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# Run, rabbit, run

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# Run like you've never run before

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# Run, rabbit run

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#If he catches you, you're done so run some more

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# Those feet are sounding so close to you

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# What can you do?

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# Oh, rabbit, run. #

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I can't run any more!

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That blanket will get soaked.

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-You can run, but you can't hide, little rabbits!

-Quick, Benjamin!

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Come back here!

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Now what?

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I know. Uh... Come on! Ah!

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Finally, the moment I've been waiting for.

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-Yum-yum-yum.

-Peter!

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-Lunch time...

-Back off, Mr Tod!

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Oh! Uh...oh. Ah, excellent. Very thoughtful of you...

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Keep my dry while I eat you.

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I don't think so. Come on, guys!

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-What?!

-Whoa!

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Wait! Come back, you wretched creatures! Oh!

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There you go, Cotton-Tail.

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My blankie! I love you.

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Hee-hee.

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Oh, well done, all of you. I never would have made it to the

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laundry and back before the storm.

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That's OK.

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(And we didn't have to drink any of that chamomile tea.)

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Uh...uh...ah-choo!

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Oh, sounds like you've caught a chill.

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-Ah-choo!

-Ah-choo! I'm OK!

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- Oh, dear, it looks like you've all caught one.

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You know what'll fix that, don't you? A nice,

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fresh pot of chamomile tea.

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-Noooo!

-Hee-hee!

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