Bruno, what did you tell that man? He’s a clever man, did you know? I bet he works for the goverment. And I know you know I know I can’t control thoughts of things I needed I believe everybody needs some encouragement.
I think it’s real unfair That you should put him there. All we did is kiss On my grave, I swear Where did you find his shoes? A lock of my hair? All we did is kiss On my grave, I swear
Some dull morning we were wearing sheets And he whispered, “I think that they know better than me.” See this hand that pushed you into the creek? I’m sorry, ‘was just fun, and you were laughing We were running towards the street And I wrote my name into the fresh painted yellow line And you wrote your name right there next to mine.
We had to dodge a truck He almost hit a bug I think we had some luck And for two bucks We bought some bread And fed the grey geese And the ducks.
Everyone will come Everyone will yell I’d thank you just the same If you didn’t tell My mother says that i will surely go to hell. Please be a good man Please say you won’t tell
Did you know that that boy is an armed man? Bearing flowers into hands Very able to hold me down (and love me more than anyone) Bruno, what happened to your good sense? I broke down, that man’s good I bet he works for the goverment
Did you hear about that mother? Broke her daughter’s legs in two And said, “It’s too dangerous out there to walk, so i had to save you.”
Bruno, did you know that the greeks in morning would eat oranges? They were firm believers in fruit-curing fevers And I agree See, they believe that an orange warms the stomach.
HAPPY 50th ANNIVERSARY MARY POPPINS! (Aug 27, 1964)
I cannot express in words how much this film is important to my life, except maybe for supercalifragilisticexpialidocious! Here I leave some of my favorite photos of the whole production of this wonderful Walt Disney picture.