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  • (bright music)

  • (knocking on door)

  • - [Cinderella] Good morning. Time to wake up.

  • - [Snow White] We even made you some breakfast! (giggles)

  • (knocking on door)

  • - [Cinderella] Do we just go in?

  • - [Giselle] Oh, but that might upset the poor girl!

  • - [Snow White] Oh, no! Princesses never upset. Watch.

  • Ha, ha, ha, ha, ha

  • (boot whooshes) (princesses gasping)

  • - (groans) What are you lot doing in here?

  • Shouldn't you be off blowing rainbow kisses

  • and having tea parties with unicorns?

  • - Oh, don't be silly, we've already done that.

  • - We just wanted to say good morn... afternoon,

  • and bring you some breakfast in bed.

  • Just like I did for my step

  • mother

  • - I used to do it for my stepmother, too. (giggles)

  • - Oh, I used to deliver breakfast

  • to my step kidnapper mother person.

  • - Edward has a stepmother.

  • I've never met her, but I hear she's just-

  • - Okay, as thrilling as this all is,

  • how about you come back, hmm, let's say next year?

  • (calm music)

  • (Snow White giggling)

  • - Snow, would you open the drapes?

  • - Certainly!

  • (flies buzzing)

  • (Snow White gasps)

  • - What are you doing, Snow?

  • - I think I liked it better with the curtains closed.

  • - I think we should leave them open.

  • (mouth crunching)

  • - Oh, you poor thing.

  • You must be as hungry as a bear.

  • (Rapunzel gasps)

  • Did I say something wrong?

  • - She doesn't like that word.

  • - What word?

  • - Starts with a B, ends with what I have a lot of.

  • - Ba-Hair?

  • - Yes, that's the word.

  • - Oh, I'm so sorry. I'm new here!

  • You'll just have to bear with me.

  • (Merida spits)

  • - It's all right, calm down.

  • She didn't know. How's breakfast?

  • - Delicious, I've never had breakfast in bed before.

  • - Are you sure?

  • - I never said I didn't have lunch and dinner in bed, did I?

  • - Oh, my.

  • - There's another reason we're here,

  • Merida, it's about your room and it's

  • upkeep

  • - What upkeep? - Exactly.

  • You see, part of becoming a better royal you

  • is maintaining a happy home.

  • That home being your room.

  • - Oh, that's where that went.

  • - A clean home is a happy home.

  • I know seven little men that can attest to that.

  • - Wait, you're not here for breakfast and a chat,

  • you're here to lecture me about my room!

  • - Well, cleaning and chores can be fun. (laughs)

  • - Fun, I'd rather put a campfire out with my face

  • than sit here cleaning all day, it's boring!

  • Besides, it's all for naught.

  • It's just going to be a mess again anyway!

  • - We all have to do things we don't like from time to time.

  • - Even princesses. (giggles)

  • - Think of this as a little inter-friend-tion.

  • (whimsical music) - With a smile and a song,

  • any task won't take long.

  • - Oh, no, no, no, no, I don't sing!

  • I don't know how many times I have to tell ya,

  • I don't sing!

  • - Oh, but we do, so you'll have to bear with us!

  • Ladies! (clapping)

  • Whistle a happy song

  • To get you through when days are long

  • Merrily we tidy up and scrub the floor

  • You'll get more done

  • When you decide it's fun

  • Brown stains and smelly socks

  • Will help your spirits soar

  • With just a happy tune

  • Cleaning through the afternoon

  • Cheerily we wash and rinse our cares away (giggles) ♪

  • You can't go wrong with such a happy song

  • Friends with a hand to lend

  • Will help you through your day

  • There's no doom and gloom

  • With a brush and broom

  • Cleaning up a splatter, you'll find it won't matter

  • Work as we sing along

  • Whistling our happy song

  • (bird whistling)

  • - (gasps) Oh!

  • (Snow White harmonizing)

  • When you feel blue with so much to do

  • And feel like you won't make it through

  • Sing a refrain

  • And forget your back pain

  • Change your point of view

  • You can do it, too

  • Whistle a melody

  • Once you do then you will see

  • Any little task is quick as one, two, three

  • Singing a song and our day has come and gone

  • So now it's off to bed

  • It's time to rest your head

  • (lullaby music) (Merida snoring loudly)

  • (curtain clanks) (Merida snores awake)

  • And then at 6 am

  • We'll do it all again with just a ♪

  • Ha, ha, ha, ha

  • As we whistle a happy

  • Song

  • (princesses clapping) (princesses laughing)

  • - Wasn't this fun? - It's been so much fun.

  • - [Merida] Is the song over yet?

  • - Go ahead, say it!

  • - I suppose it's better this way.

  • (princesses giggling)

  • - It most certainly is.

  • It shines like a glass slipper.

  • - I barely recognize the place.

  • (suspenseful music) - Where's my bow?

  • (gentle chime)

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  • (upbeat music)

  • (air whooshes)

  • (popcorn popping)

(bright music)

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