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"What’s the matter with you? I said, "Howdy!" Is you hard of hearing? I said, "HOWDY!"" - Br’er Rabbit

"What’s the matter with you? I said, "Howdy!" Is you hard of hearing? I said, "HOWDY!"" - Br’er Rabbit

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Zip-a-dee-doo-dah, Zip-a-dee-ay!
My oh my, what a wonderful day!
Welcoming back Brer Rabbit today.
We always knew that he’d get away!

He’s had enough of movin’ on now.
It’s where he’s born and bred in.
The briar patch is where he’s headin’.

Zip-a-dee-doo-dah, Zip-a-dee-ay!
Wonderful feeling, wonderful day!

Zip-a-dee-doo-dah, Zip-a-dee-ay!
My oh my, what a wonderful day!
Plenty of sunshine heading our way.
We never doubted he’d get away!

Moving on taught him a lesson.
You’ve learned it well, Brer Rabbit.
Gettin’ caught’s a nasty habit.

Zip-a-dee-doo-dah, Zip-a-dee-ay!
Wonderful feeling, feeling this way!

Zip-a-dee-doo-dah, Zip-a-dee-ay!
It’s a time for celebratin’ today!
Zip-a-dee-doo-dah, Zip-a-dee-ay!
Gathered together this wonderful day!

Zip-a-dee-doo-dah, Zip-a-dee-ay!
Brer Fox and Brer Bear are gonna get it today.
Zip-a-dee-doo-dah, Zip-a-dee-ay!
That hungry gator’s gettin’ his way!

Mr. Bluebird on my shoulder.
It’s the truth, it’s actual.
Everything is satisfactual.

Zip-a-dee-doo-dah, Zip-a-dee-ay!
Wonderful feelling, wonderful day!

Zip-a-dee-doo-dah, Zip-a-dee-ay!
My oh my what a wonderful day!

Brer Rabbit Solo:

Zip-A-Dee-Doo-Dah, Zip-A-Dee-Ay,
Home sweet home is the lesson today.
Zip-A-Dee-Doo-Dah, Zip-A-Dee-Ay,
I’m glad to be here and i’m sure gonna stay!

I’m through with moving on now,
It’s where I’m born and bred in,
The briar patch is where i’m headin’!
Zip-A-Dee-Doo-Dah, Zip-A-Dee-Ay,
I’m back in my home now and I’m sure gonna stay!

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— Zip-A-Dee-Doo-Dah (From Disney’s Song of the South)
posted 4 months ago with 86 notes

Track Title: Zip-a-dee Doo-Dah

Artist: James Baskett

Album: Song of the South OST

mydisneyplaylist:

Zip-a-dee Doo-Dah | Song of the South OST



"Please don’t throw me in dat briar patch!" - Br’er Rabbit

"Please don’t throw me in dat briar patch!" - Br’er Rabbit

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Ha Ha Ha Ha, Ho Ho Ho!
Boy are we in luck!
We’re visiting our Laughing Place
Yuk Yuk Yuk Yuk Yuk!
Oh Ho Ho,

Everybody’s got a Laughing Place
A Laughing Place to go-ho-ho.
Take your frown, turn it upside-down
And you’ll find yours we know-ho-ho!

Honey and rainbows on our way.
We laugh because our work is play.
Boy are we in luck!
We’re visiting our Laughing Place
Yuk Yuk Yuk Yuk Yuk!
Ho Ho Ho,

Everybody’s got a Laughing Place
A Laughing Place to go-ho-ho.
Take a smile there, for a while and
You’ll find yours we know-ho-ho!

Honey and rainbows on your way.
Take that frown, turn it upside-down
And soon you’ll find you’re here to stay.

Everybody’s got a Laughing Place
A Laughing Place to go-ho-ho.
Come on in, give us all a grin,
And you’ll find yours I know-ho-ho!

Laughing is how we spend our day.
Plenty o’ fun is what we make.
Boy are we in luck.
We’re visiting our Laughing Place.
Yuk Yuk Yuk Yuk Yuk!
Oh ho ho,

Everybody’s got a Laughing Place
A Laughing Place to go-ho-ho.
We’ve found one and it’s filled with fun
And you’ll find yours we know-ho-ho.

Everybody’s got a laughing place (high ho!).
A laughing place to go-ho-ho! (high ho!).
Take that frown, turn it upside down
And you’ll find yours we say-hey-hey.
And soon you’ll find you’re here to stay!

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— Ev’rybody’s Got a Laughing Place (From Disney’s Song of the South)
posted 4 months ago with 31 notes

Track Title: Ev'rybody's Got a Laughing Place

Artist: James Baskett and Nick Stewart

Album: Song of the South OST

mydisneyplaylist:

Ev’rybody’s Got a Laughing Place | Song of the South OST


Br’er Bear: You said this was a Laughing Place. And I ain’t laughing.

Br’er Rabbit: I didn’t say it was your Laughing Place, I said it was my Laughing Place, Br’er Bear.

Br’er Bear: You said this was a Laughing Place. And I ain’t laughing.

Br’er Rabbit: I didn’t say it was your Laughing Place, I said it was my Laughing Place, Br’er Bear.

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dfilms:

Song Of The South, 1946

dfilms:

Song Of The South, 1946

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"Once upon a time - not your time, nor yet my time, but one time - I was goin’ fishin’, and I was just thinking how the flowers and critters was curious things. They can look into your heart and tell when it sings, if it’s whistling a tune, or singing a song, and they all say "Howdy" when you come along." - Uncle Remus

"Once upon a time - not your time, nor yet my time, but one time - I was goin’ fishin’, and I was just thinking how the flowers and critters was curious things. They can look into your heart and tell when it sings, if it’s whistling a tune, or singing a song, and they all say "Howdy" when you come along." - Uncle Remus

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How do you do? Mighty pleasant greetin’
How do you do? Say it when you’re meetin’
How do you do? With every one repeatin’
Pretty good sure as you’re born.

What goes up is sure to come down.
A penny lost is a penny found.
How do you do?
And you howdy back.
A little bit of this and a little bit of that.

How do you do?
Fine, how are you?
How you come on?
Pretty good sure as you’re born.

Stop jumpin’ around,
You’ll run out of breath!
Why don’t you sit back
And calm yourself?

You can hurry on now if you must.
We’ll do what we like, ‘cause…
That suits us.
SOLO (by Thurl Ravenscroft):
How do you do? Mighty pleasant greetin’.
Pretty good sure as you’re born.
Pretty good sure as you’re born.
How do you do? Mighty pleasant greetin’
How do you do? Say it when you’re meetin’
How do you do? With every one repeatin’
Pretty good sure as you’re born.
Pretty good sure as you’re born.

The weather is good, the fishin’ is fine.
What do we do with all of our time?

Well we sit and we think and we wiggle our toes.
That’s what you ask us, that’s what we know!

Pretty good sure as you’re born.
Pretty good sure as you’re born.

How do you do? Fine, how are you?
How you come on?
Pretty good sure as you’re born.
Pretty good sure as you’re born.
Pretty good sure as you’re born.

Brer Rabbit and Brer Terrapin:

I’m lookin’ for a little more adventure,
I’m headin’ for a little bit of fun now,
I’m hopin’ for a little more excitement,
Time to be movin’ along!

I’ve had enough of this ol’ briar patch,
I think an adventure’s about to hatch,
I’m movin’ on, say goodbye to me,
Down at the Laughin’ Place is where I’ll be!

I’m lookin’ for a little more adventure,
I’m headin’ for a little bit of fun now,
I’m hopin’ for a little more excitement,
Time to be movin’ along!

I nailed up my door, I’ll see you around,
The Laughin’ Place is where I’m found!
You’re headin’ out and not comin’ back,
But I’m comin’ too, I’ve packed my sack!

I’m headin’ for a little bit of fun now,
Time to be movin’ along.
Time to be movin’ along!

He’s lookin’ for a little more adventure.
But he’s headin’ for a little bit of trouble.
He’s headin’ for a little bit of danger.
Time to be turning around.
Time to be turning around.

Careful Brer Rabbit better mend your ways,
You’re headed for trouble one of these days!
Warnin’ this rabbit I’m afraid is a waste,
He’s headin’ for the Laughing Place.
Time to be turning around.
Time to be turning around.

He’s lookin’ for a little more adventure.
But he’s headin’ for a little bit of trouble.
He’s headin’ for a little bit of danger.
Time to be turning around.
Time to be turning around.
Time to be turning around.

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— How Do You Do? (From Disney’s Song of the South)
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Track Title: How Do You Do?

Artist: Johnny Lee, James Baskett, and chorus

Album: Song of the South OST

mydisneyplaylist:

How Do You Do? | Song of the South OST


"There’s other ways o’ learnin’ ‘bout the behind feet of a mule than gettin’ kicked by ‘em, sure as I’m named Remus. And just ‘cause these here tales is ‘bout critters like Br’er Rabbit an’ Br’er Fox, that don’t mean they ain’t the same like can happen to folks! So them who can’t learn from a tale about critters, just ain’t got the ears tuned for listenin’." - Uncle Remus

"There’s other ways o’ learnin’ ‘bout the behind feet of a mule than gettin’ kicked by ‘em, sure as I’m named Remus. And just ‘cause these here tales is ‘bout critters like Br’er Rabbit an’ Br’er Fox, that don’t mean they ain’t the same like can happen to folks! So them who can’t learn from a tale about critters, just ain’t got the ears tuned for listenin’." - Uncle Remus

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It’s Quote Thursday!

So gifs, quotes, and lyrics will be posted from Song of the South today!

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