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Our memories are the real gift of Christmas.
WINNIE THE POOH: Excuse me. Did someone mention gifts?
TIGGER: Let me help you there, Pooh boy. I'll be Santa Pooh's little helper. This one's for you, and this one is for you. And this one's for you, and this one is... Hold on there. This one's for me. Hoo-hoo-hoo-hoo!
RABBIT: Why, Piglet, you shouldn't have.
KANGA: Oh, I just love it!
WINNIE THE POOH: Merry Christmas Eve to one and all!
NARRATOR: And, as it so often happens following Christmas Eve, the next morning was Christmas.
Everyone went out to share their new treasures and celebrate the joy of Christmas together.
ROO: Thanks for the sled, Tigger!
TIGGER: Glad you like it, Roo boy!
ROO: Whoo! This is fun!
WINNIE THE POOH: Oh! Yes, it's wonderful! Snow!
(Snow Snows song, lyrics and music by Michael Silversher and Patty Silversher; performed by Jim Cummings) WINNIE THE POOH: Snow snows on my eyes my ears, my toes
/ I suppose it even froze my nose
/ Snowflake melting like a honey cake
/ Snow drop One, two, three, ker-plop
/ Snow snows on my eyes my ears, my toes
/ I suppose it even froze my nose.
ROO: All right!
RABBIT: Well, when you two decide to warm up a bit, we'll have a nice toasty fire for you. Okay, Eeyore, you take this load back now, and I'll continue to gather. Don't dawdle.
Now this is what I call holiday fun.
TIGGER: How you doin', donkey boy?
RABBIT: Oh, no. It's Tigger and those dreaded bells.
RABBIT: Phew! That was a close one.
Tigger has just lost control with those bells.
TIGGER: Who we hidin' from, Rah-Rah?
RABBIT: Why me?
TIGGER: Ooh! Don't tell me you're losin' the holiday spirit already, Long Ears?
RABBIT: No, no.
TIGGER: Good. 'Cause I knowjust what you need. It's jingly bells! Jingly bells, jingly bells What a joy to see. A million zillion jingly bells beneath my Christmas tree, hey! Jingly bells, jingly bells, sing along and see! How much fun the bells can be when you ding-a-ling with me!
RABBIT: Give me those bells! You know what? I think having these bells will help my holiday spirit.
TIGGER: That's the spirit, Rabbit. Just take those bells and have a great time! Don't forget to shake 'em!
RABBIT: Oh, don't worry. I will. I will.
WINNIE THE POOH: Ooh... Matching breakfast, lunch and dinner honey pots. How did you know?
What a wonderful gift. Thank you, my very dear friend, Piglet.
PIGLET: Oh... You're very welcome, Pooh.
WINNIE THE POOH: And, um... How did you like my gift to you?
PIGLET: Well, Pooh, this particular Christmas, you didn't give me a gift.
WINNIE THE POOH: Mmm... You're welcome... I didn't? Now how could that be?
PIGLET: Perhaps you forgot?
WINNIE THE POOH: How could I ever forget something as important as... Your Christmas present! Oh, um... Wait right here, Piglet.
PIGLET: Well, all right, Pooh. But it's really...
NARRATOR: Pooh looked and looked for Piglet's present. He looked and he looked, and he looked again. And when he wasn't looking, he searched instead. But, alas, for poor Pooh, everywhere he looked and searched was still somewhere where it wasn't.
Pooh looked from Christmas Day all the way to New Year's Eve,
until he quite forgot what he was searching for in the first place.
WINNIE THE POOH: What?
CHRISTOPHER ROBIN: Pooh Bear!
WINNIE THE POOH: Um... Christopher?
CHRISTOPHER ROBIN: Pooh?
WINNIE THE POOH: Christopher!
CHRISTOPHER ROBIN: Pooh Bear!
WINNIE THE POOH: Christopher Robin? Christopher? Oh, my goodness!
CHRISTOPHER ROBIN: Happy New Year!
WINNIE THE POOH: It is?
CHRISTOPHER ROBIN: Well, almost. It's New Year's Eve. So tonight we're having a party.
WINNIE THE POOH: A party?
CHRISTOPHER ROBIN: And
we'll make our New Year's resolutions.
WINNIE THE POOH: Reso-whotions? Bother.
CHRISTOPHER ROBIN: Resolutions, Pooh. It's when you promise to do something you've never done, or not do something you used to do. It's a promise to be a better person in the new year.
WINNIE THE POOH: Hmm... Resolutions. And something sweet. That does sound like a party to me. So where, may I ask, is this party to be?
CHRISTOPHER ROBIN: Anywhere our friends are together, Pooh.
WINNIE THE POOH: Well, in that case, I know just the place, Rabbit's house. He certainly is a friend. Not to mention, he always has a smackerel or three, and I never mind sharing one with me.
CHRISTOPHER ROBIN: It would only be proper to ask first, Pooh.
WINNIE THE POOH: You're right, Christopher. I shall stop by Rabbit's house before I invite all the others to Rabbit's house.
CHRISTOPHER ROBIN: Happy New Year, Pooh. See you at the party.
("Happy Pooh Year" song, lyrics and music by Michael Silversher and Patty Silversher; performed by Jim Cummings)
WINNIE THE POOH [singing]: Happy New Year, Pooh, Happy Pooh Year New!
Hope it's sweet and sunny like a pot of honey.
For a Pooh Year treat friends will meet and greet,
in the New Year Pooh Year, too!
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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