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Appears to me like you's figurin' on goin' someplace.
I am, and nobody's gonna stop me.
Well, now, if that don't bang my time. You know, I was just figurin' on somethin' like that myself. How'd you like ol' Uncle Remus to go along with you? (They start to go off together)
Now, let's see now. Where is we figurin' on goin'? How can we be goin' someplace if we don't know where we's goin'?
I'm going to Atlanta.
Hmm, powerful long walk to Atlanta. Is you brung some grub?
Well, now... if we ain't got no grub, we sure can't get very far.
I was born and bred in the briar patch!
(to the Tar Baby) What's the matter with you? I said, "Howdy!" Is you hard of hearing? (yelling)
I said, "HOWDY!"
Doggone ol' Briar Patch! Doggone place like this. Doggone...
Hmm. Uh, howdy, Brer Rabbit.
(stops hammering; stammering) Who's that callin' my name? (He sees Remus)
Oh, uh, uh, hello, Uncle Remus.
Appears to me that you's in a powerful bad mood to go to the party.
(trying to board up his door) But I ain't goin' to no party, 'cause I ain't gonna be here. I'm gonna leave this ol' place.
You mean you's leavin' your old Briar Patch?
(nailing board) That I is.
The place where you was born and raised?
(nailing another board) That I is.
You mean you's leavin' for good?
(nailing a third board) That I... (He accidentally hits his thumb with his hammer and drops it)
Ow! Now see there? That ol' Briar Patch ain't brought me nothin' but trouble... (He kicks the hammer, only to hurt his foot)
Ow! And more trouble. This is where my trouble is and this is the place I belongs away from.
Don't you know you can't run away from trouble?
(chuckling; picks up knapsack) Where I'm goin', there ain't gonna be no trouble.
There ain't no place that far.
Well... just the same I done made up my mind. And I never comin' back again. (sadly; holds out hand)
Well, so long, Uncle Remus.
(shaking Brer Rabbit's hand) I sure hope you knows what you's doin'.
(chuckling) Don't worry 'bout me. I can take care of myself. (Brer Rabbit hops away, whistling "Zip-a-Dee-Doo-Dah")
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.
Tell us another one, Uncle Remus.
The one you told Daddy about Brer Frog havin' a tail.
And losin' it?
Well, then, how can there be a tale...
(in unison) ... when there ain't no ta...
(chuckles) I could tell ya, but that's another tale for another day.
Now, this here tale didn't happen just yesterday, nor the day before. 'Twas a long time ago. And in them days, everything was mighty satisfactual. The critters, they was closer to the folks, and the folks, they was closer to the critters, and if you'll excuse me for saying so, 'twas better all around.
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