Ernest et Célestine

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2012
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Miserable Ernest

# If I remain broke,

I'll probably croak

# 'Cause I'm hungry, I'm starving,

I'll eat anything

# I'll eat anything,

What's worse I am freezing

# Ernest ate nothing since Before the Flood

# It's true I lost weight, And it rankles my blood

# I'm loose in my hide,

My underpants ride

# So drop an old copper

Inside Ernest's old topper

# Ernest, Ernest,

Miserable Ernest

# Let's see if your menu

# Can fatten my sinews

# I'm sure that if you

Will give me a Sou

# You'll feel better too

# And also meee...

# Ernest, Ernest,

Miserable Ernest

# I'm feathery light,

I reluctantly diet

# A mushroom, a wiener,

Or a waffle for dinner

# The waffle's delicious,

Greasy and precious

# It's running away

# But I want it to stay

# Just a little gesture

For Ernest's digestion.

Come away.

# Won't you be charitable

And load up my table

# Just a little gesture

For Ernest's digestion.

# Some good mutton stew,

And sausage with chitlins

# Before I am through,

Or they jail me for fiddlin'

You have 5 days to pay.

I'M HUNGRY!

No! Don't eat me! Don't eat me!

But I'm hungry.

What's your name?

Ernest.

I'm Clestine.

We need to have a serious talk.

You can't eat me.

In Fairy Tales bears eat mice.

Don't tell me you believe in

Fairy Tales!

You're not that lame!

Yeah but, I'm hungry!

You're hungry! You think a little

mouse like me will fill you up?

Look at me. I'm skin and bones

Anyway it's very bad for

your health to eat garbage.

Garbage cans have every

disease in the world.

The flu, typhus, hepatitis, cholera...

Ernest, you wanna catch

every disease in the world?

No, I know, but...

Let's have a look, cold and wet,

glassy eyes, dull fur,

How are your ears?

Your teeth?

Oh l l!

Oh I say!

What, am I sick?

Not yet, but you will be.

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