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Exodus to Egypt Donkey Ollie (warm music) ♪ Donkey Ollie where
have you gone to ♪ (bright music) ♪ Say there, have you heard
the story about that ♪ ♪ Donkey Ollie, Ollie ♪ ♪ Say there, have
you heard the story ♪ ♪ Ollie is his name ♪ ♪ Everywhere that
Donkey Ollie travels ♪ ♪ (mumbles) we shout hurray ♪ – [All] Hurray! ♪ Say there have you
heard the story ♪ ♪ Ollie is his name ♪ ♪ Ollie is his name ♪ – [Narrator] So much has
happened since donkey Ollie and Jehu helped get
Isa, Jeremy and Isa back from their ship bound for Rome. Elizabeth and Abner have
been happily married and their marriage has produced
two very happy children, Rhea and Johnathon. Follow us again on another
Donkey Ollie adventure. (children laughing) (bright music) ♪ It’s another adventure,
seems like an (mumbles) ♪ ♪ Come along for the journey ♪ ♪ Donkey Ollie is here ♪ ♪ He’s far from
being the biggest ♪ ♪ His (mumbles) is
really quite small ♪ ♪ Ollie’s ready to help out ♪ ♪ He’s not afraid at all ♪ ♪ It’s another adventure ♪ ♪ To the land of
mummies and tombs ♪ ♪ (mumbles) been
to the sun god Ra ♪ ♪ Pharaoh’s buried tombs ♪ ♪ Everybody greet your friends ♪ ♪ We’ve got a story to tell ♪ ♪ We’re going with
Donkey Ollie ♪ ♪ We hope you’ll come as well ♪ – Johnathon, Rhea,
time for dinner! Jehu, Ollie, hello! I hope you can stay for dinner,
we have some fine carrots. – Thanks a lot. – Need help looking
for Johnathon? – Abner’s out by the
stream looking for him. He went down with his sister and some of his friends earlier. (dirt crunching) – Elizabeth, I talked
with all our neighbors! None of their sons
have some home! Look, this is Johnathon’s tunic,
and there were hoof prints! (gasping) In the mud around the creek. It doesn’t look good. And no one’s seen Rhea. – My precious children, someone has kidnapped
our precious children? How could God get let
this happen to us? – They haven’t gotten very far. I’ll go and round up the
neighbors and we’ll form a search party. At most, they’ve only got a
three or four hour head start. – Time’s wasting, let’s go. – [Narrator] After hours of
searching, Ollie and Jehu run out of water and
realize the kidnappers have too much of a head start. – Ollie, I don’t think I can
go much further without water. – Cheer up, we don’t
have that far to go. Besides, camels can go
for days over the sand without even having
to take a drink. – Ollie, I’m not a camel! I’m a boy, and boys get thirsty. And you’re not a camel
either, you’re a donkey and you’re supposed
to get thirsty. – But what’s the point
in thinking about water when there isn’t any? Don’t you remember
when the Israelites escaped from Egypt? They were thirsty too. God told Moses to strike a rock. When he did, all kinds
of water came out. – How ’bout that
rock over there? – Looks good to me. Go ahead, hit it,
use your staff. – [Rupert] Hello! – Rupert, where’d you come from? – Bad news travels
fast, I came to help. – Jacob was just about to
strike that rock for water. – Why bother? There’s a brook right over here. Come on, I’ll take you there! – [Jehu] Sounds good to me. – [Narrator] Jehu and
Ollie arrived hours later at the name of
Abner and Elizabeth. – [Jehu] Elizabeth! (sobbing) – That one, over
there, grab him! – There’s a large group of
children playing over by the temple playground,
should make about 80 if we manage to get ’em. – This has been quite a
successful trip, hasn’t it? The pharaoh will
be pleased with us. More servants for the palace
and workers for the field. We can train them how we want. These Hebrews make fine slaves. So intelligent, aren’t
they, and so well bred. I never imagined our trip
could be so successful! (evil laughing) (chuckling) (screaming) (sinister music) ♪ Ho ho ho, to
Egypt we will go ♪ ♪ Was fertile play
to sell the raid ♪ ♪ When the Nile moves so slow ♪ ♪ Ho ho ho, to
Egypt we will go ♪ ♪ Ho ho ho, to
Egypt we will go ♪ ♪ Clean rules with
tons of jewels ♪ ♪ Sands of golden glow ♪ ♪ Ho ho ho, to
Egypt we will go ♪ ♪ Egypt we will go ♪ ♪ Ho ho ho, to
Egypt we will go ♪ ♪ With paper folks that are
fun to throw in the water ♪ ♪ Of the low ♪ ♪ Ho ho ho, to
Egypt we will go ♪ ♪ Ho ho ho, to
Egypt we will go ♪ ♪ With chests of
stolen purple rolls ♪ ♪ And marbles (mumbles) ♪ ♪ Ho ho ho, to
Egypt we will go ♪ ♪ We will go ♪ ♪ Ho ho ho ♪ ♪ Ho ho ho ♪ ♪ Ho ho ho ♪ ♪ Ho ho ho ♪ ♪ Ho ho ho ♪ (soft music) – [Raider] Ho. – [Raider] Ho. – [Raider] Ho. – [Raider] Ho. – Don’t worry, Rhea, mom
and dad will come for us. – Where are they taking us? I’m thirsty, Johnathon,
those men are bad men! I wanna go home. – Shh, you gotta be brave. Don’t cry, remember what
mom said about the jackals and that assassin in Damascus? We can pray and
god will help us. Do you believe? – I believe. – Hey, no talking back there! Any children who
talk will be lashed! You children must learn,
you’re no longer Hebrews, you’re Egyptian slaves. No more fun, no more games. Have I made myself
perfectly clear? – [Both] Okay. – Here, Portious,
this’ll be an excellent place to water and the
animals and the children will make 30 pieces
of silver apiece. It’d be a shame to
lose any of ’em. (evil laughing) And if any of you children
so much as mutters a word, you’ll be lashed. (laughing) We’ll be tying you together. Any of you messes
with your ropes, you’ll go without water. Now, lay down! (sobbing) (somber music) – Johnathon, Johnathon,
I’m scared, can we pray? – Shh, Rhea, you sure picked
a funny time to want to pray. – I can’t sleep, I
miss mommy and daddy. – I do too. Here, take my hands,
shut your eyes. Oh god, please help
us get out of here and back to mom and dad. We promise we won’t wander
away from home again. – Yeah God, send uncle Jehu
and Donkey Ollie to help us. They’re not afraid of anything. – I thought I said no talking! What’s your names? – We were just praying,
you can’t expect us not to pray to God. – Oh, you’ll pray all right. You’ll pray tomorrow
that you had some water. Especially through
the Sinai Desert. No water for either of you. Now go back to sleep. Or you’ll both get
a flogging as well. (whip cracking) (gasping) Am I making myself
perfectly clear? – It was my fault, I woke
my brother up to pray. It’s not fair to punish him. – Who said anything
about being fair? This has nothing to
do with fairness. I make the rules here,
I lay down the laws. Tomorrow, you’ll be
thirsty for sure. Save your excuses,
this isn’t a court. You’ll learn who makes
the rules or you can try to drink dirt! (laughing) (somber music) – Say, what about them,
don’t they get any water? – They were praying last night. If their god hears them,
let him give ’em water. (laughing) (spitting) – If they’re not getting
any water, then I’m not taking any either. – Nor I. – Nor I. (spitting) (bright music) – Very well, you can
have as you wish. We’ll see how long you
last before you’re begging me for water. (laughing) (bright music) ♪ Though the people gathered
as the (mumbles) did ♪ ♪ (mumbles) together
(mumbles) prayed ♪ ♪ Prayed as much as treasure
(mumbles) from the start ♪ ♪ (mumbles) children
left alone to die ♪ ♪ Pray, pray, pray,
God will send us rain ♪ ♪ Pray, pray, pray,
it will come today ♪ ♪ Pray, pray, pray,
God will send us rain ♪ ♪ (mumbles) weather,
Hebrewites the wind ♪ ♪ (mumbles) together (mumbles)
blow us out of here ♪ ♪ (mumbles) gathering
and (mumbles) ♪ ♪ God will send us (mumbles) ♪ ♪ Pray, pray, pray,
God will send us rain ♪ ♪ Pray, pray, pray,
it will come today ♪ ♪ Pray, pray, pray,
God will send us rain ♪ (rock music) (thunder crashing) (thunder crashing) ♪ Pray ♪ (thunder crashing) (laughing) – You, (mumbles)! (thunder crashing) Stop that, stop that now,
stop drinking the rain! (angry muttering) What is the meaning
of this disturbance? It’s just a desert storm. All of you go back to
your places in line. God can’t hear you,
I’m your master. Unless you want a taste of
this whip on your backs. (gasping)
(whip cracking) You’d better get back
to your places in line. And you, young Johnathon,
I’ll meet you later. – We were just singing,
don’t you want us happy? – No, there’s no need for
you slaves to be happy. – Slaves, you’re
selling us into slavery>(laughing) – No, no. There’s no need to sell you. You’ve already been sold. (gasping)
(laughing) We’re delivering you to the
palace of Ramses the 10th. Years ago, your forefather
Moses may have delivered you from being her servant,
there’s no Moses now. (groaning) (squawking) – Guys, guys, guys, I scouted
all around and talked to some of the other birds. They said there was a
large caravan with children headed through the
Sinai towards Egypt. – Egypt, how will we
ever get to Egypt? – If a camel can
make it, so can I. You can load me up
with water and– – Yeah, yeah, and I’ll fly
ahead and scout the way. Yeah, with me looking,
we’re sure to find them. – What are the three of us gonna do against Egyptian kidnappers? What chance do we have? I only have my little
whittling knife. – God’ll give us a plan. Already he’s shown us
which way they’re heading. And look, up ahead,
there’s a watering hole. Let’s fill up all the
goat skins and move out before they get too far ahead. – Don’t forget the sesame seeds. – Don’t worry, we’ve got plenty. If we only knew where they
were headed we could be waiting when they got there. – I’ll fly ahead and find
out where they’re going. – Okay! – Off I go. (humming) (muttering) (groaning) – You move, ah! (laughing) – Johnathon!
– Rupert? What are you doing here? – Ollie and Jehu sent me to
find you and your sister. Are you all right? – No, we’re gonna be slaves
in the palace of Ramses. – Indeed you are. – You better go,
Lucious will punish me if I’m seen talking. (flapping) (whip cracking)
(crying in pain) – What did I say about talking? – It was only a raven. – [Rupert] I don’t think so! – Hey, come back
here with my whip! – [Rupert] Bye bye! (shouting) (laughing) – What are you doing, Lucious? Making a complete
fool of yourself? Now get these children
ready for the journey. – That, that raven
stole my whip! – Well, perhaps you should
quit taking out your anger on these children and
try a little kindness. A slaver doesn’t
have to be cruel. (Lucious groaning) (squawking) – [Rupert] Ahoy
there, ahoy there! – Rupert, did you find them? – Yeah, what happened to them? – Now hold on, just
one question at a time. Yes, I found them, they have
about a two day head start. Anyways, that’s about
the best I can measure, the speed you land
creatures travel. – Where are they being taken? – To the palace of
Ramses the Pharaoh. They’re all to be his slaves. – Slaves? Little Johnathon
and Rhea, slaves? – That’s not all. There’s a bad man, Lucious,
who was starting to beat Johnathon before
I took his whip. – Sounds like things are bad,
but what if we could just infiltrate the palace? – Hold on, that’s awful risky. We’re all libel to
end up in the stew. (snappy music) ♪ I don’t wanna be a meal
like cordon bleu or veal ♪ ♪ I just wanna stay alive ♪ ♪ How ’bout you Ollie ♪ ♪ Now listen little fellow,
my hooves should make ♪ ♪ Good jello but I’m
gonna stay alive ♪ ♪ You are ♪ ♪ Hold on my stomach’s jumping ♪ ♪ There’s butterflies thumping ♪ ♪ I’m gonna stay alive ♪ ♪ He’s on our side,
he’ll be right by ♪ ♪ Everything will be all right ♪ ♪ He’s on our side,
we’re in his shadow ♪ ♪ And we wanna
get in the light ♪ ♪ He’s on our side,
he’ll be right by ♪ ♪ Everything will be right ♪ ♪ He’s on the side,
we’re in his shadow ♪ ♪ And we wanna
get in the light ♪ ♪ I can mix in
with the chickens ♪ ♪ Maybe spy around the kids ♪ ♪ And stay away from the mire ♪ ♪ Thank you ♪ ♪ Ollie ♪ ♪ I could hide amongst the
cattle and never, ever, ever ♪ ♪ Make a rattle and lead
the children outside ♪ (mumbles) ♪ I could be a
traveling merchant ♪ ♪ Sniffing out the hired help ♪ ♪ Finally get away ♪ ♪ He’s on our side,
he’ll be right by ♪ ♪ Everything will be all right ♪ ♪ He’s on our side,
we’re in his shadow ♪ ♪ And we’re walking
in the light ♪ ♪ He’s on our side,
he’ll be right by ♪ ♪ Everything will be all right ♪ ♪ He’s on our side,
we’re in his shadow ♪ ♪ And we’re walking
in the light ♪ (soft music) – Ollie, look, food! – Yeah, and plenty of water. It looks like a large group
was passing by this way. I wonder. (squawking) – Guys, Ollie, Jehu! (squawking) I found this over by the
trail, there’s a note in it! – Let’s see. – [Male V.O] The
curse of the Pharaoh. There is one way to break the
curse of the Pharaoh of Egypt. You must win the race before
the children die in scores. Approach the pharaoh’s throne
and make your intention known. Only one whose heart
is free from fear will break the curse
that is settled here. – Race, what kind of race? – I haven’t heard of any race. – I don’t wanna see the
Pharaoh, I’m afraid. – I’m not afraid. I just wonder who
left this note for us? – It must have been the one
nice man with the slavers, the cook, I sent him to
help little Johnathon. – Well, we’d better make haste. Where would this
palace be anyway? – That’s as easy as
finding the tomb, silly. Don’t you know the
Egyptians built the pyramids as their tombs? Anybody can spot one of those. Why, there’s as plain as
the nose on your face. – Maybe your face, but not mine. (tense music) – Rhea, don’t worry, god’s
not going to leave us. – Johnathon, I’m scared. – Look, little girl,
maybe you and your brother can help me in the
kitchen, I’m not so bad. – I miss my mommy! – You, little girl, I
thought I said no whimpering! (slap landing)
(all gasping) (sobbing) Stop right now or I’ll give you something to really
whimper about. – You’re really something,
scaring a little girl. (fast paced music) ♪ Bet you think you’re
something scaring little girls ♪ ♪ Playing tough with a
whip like you’re the king ♪ ♪ Of the world. ♪ ♪ Didn’t your mama teach you
it’s better to play nice ♪ ♪ DOn’t be a fool, big
guy, listen to my advice ♪ ♪ Don’t touch little girls
or you’ll be in danger ♪ ♪ Don’t touch little girls,
they’ve got big, big angels ♪ ♪ Life’s too short for hatred,
too short to be cruel ♪ ♪ Life was meant for loving,
it’s god who made the rules ♪ ♪ There’s always really
someone tougher than yourself ♪ ♪ You’d better watch
out before you swing ♪ ♪ Vengeance is all his ♪ ♪ Don’t touch little girls
or you’ll be in danger ♪ ♪ Don’t touch little girls,
they’ve got big, big angels ♪ ♪ Don’t touch ♪ ♪ Don’t touch, don’t
touch, don’t touch ♪ ♪ Don’t touch little girls ♪ ♪ That (mumbles) now ♪ ♪ So don’t touch little girls ♪ – Why, why you! – Lucious, you have a problem. Look at how big you are,
picking on these children. You ought to be
ashamed of yourself. Besides, you can
forget about these two. They’ll be helping
me in the kitchen. – See ya.
– Bye, nasty man. – Very well then, but if you
two ever get out of line, I know where to find you. – Thanks for saving
us from that mean man. – Yeah, he was really
going to hurt me. – I was taken from my
parents when I was young. I spent my whole life here. Sometimes I wonder what happened
to my brothers and sisters. – You’re big enough,
couldn’t you go home? – I don’t even remember
where that was. ♪ How can you go home when
you don’t know where it is ♪ ♪ I only remember
my mother’s eyes ♪ ♪ And the kisses
she used to give ♪ ♪ I don’t know where I’m from,
don’t know my real name ♪ ♪ So how can you go home when
it’s nowhere to be seen ♪ – You make me cry, Potifar. I miss my mommy and daddy. – Well, at least you
can remember yours. – Our uncle Jehu’s
going to get us. As a matter of fact, he’s
probably on his way right now with Donkey Ollie and Rupert. – Your uncle travels
with a donkey? – Yeah, but he’s the bravest
donkey in the whole wide world. (doors creaking) – Well, I can fly up and
look around, but I don’t know how you land creatures
are ever gonna get in. – Wow, look at that coming
toward us, a real chariot! Just like I’ve
always dreamed about. – That horse is
sure running fast. (horse nickering) – You there, are you
from another country? – Yes, we’re from Bethany
outside of Jerusalem. – Hebrews? My father doesn’t care
too much for Hebrews. – Your father? – Yes. Allow me to
introduce myself. I am Ramses the 11th. My father is Pharaoh. – If you are a prince,
where are your bodyguards? – My bodyguards? Why, the last time I looked,
they were alongside of me. But that was about an hour ago. (laughing) – Your horse doesn’t
look too well. – Huh, who said that? – I did. If you continue to run
this poor horse like that, he’ll be lame. – How did you do that? – Do what? – You know, talking. (fast paced music) ♪ I can talk and I can sing,
I’ve got a lot to say ♪ ♪ But when I see a horse like
this, about to end up lame ♪ ♪ Don’t be a ruler who
knows not how to serve ♪ ♪ Don’t be a leader who
doesn’t keep his word ♪ ♪ Don’t be unkind, show a
little love, a little heart ♪ ♪ Give a little hope ♪ ♪ You could really be happy
if you treat us fair ♪ ♪ You can’t ignore
our feelings ♪ ♪ And think that
God won’t care ♪ ♪ Don’t be a ruler who
knows not not how to serve ♪ ♪ Don’t be a leader who
doesn’t keep his word ♪ ♪ Don’t be unkind,
show a little love ♪ ♪ A little heart,
give a little hope ♪ ♪ Just give a little hope ♪ ♪ Don’t be a ruler who
knows not how to serve ♪ ♪ Don’t be a leader who
doesn’t keep his word ♪ ♪ Don’t be unkind,
show a little love ♪ ♪ Follow your heart,
give a little hope ♪ ♪ Just give a
little love, yeah ♪ ♪ Give a little hope ♪ ♪ Give a little love ♪ (squawking) – He’s right! – You talk as well? – Yeah, when I’ve
got something to say. We’ve been traveling for
a few days and we’ve got nowhere to stay. – We came here to rescue
my niece and nephew. They were brought here to
be slaves for your father. – My father will
never let them go. I told you, he
doesn’t like Hebrews. Ever since Moses. – Can you find us
a place to stay? – Sure, would you like
to ride in my chariot? – Only if you go slow. Ollie’s fast, but
not like your horse. – Very well, we have a little
summer palace by the Nile where we train chariot racers. You can stay there. I really can’t help your nephew
or niece, but I can find out where they are and
get a message to them. – Would you really? – Sure, would you let me
bring Ollie and Rupert to the palace with me? I promise to take care of them,
I just wanna show them off to my friends. – Well, Ollie,
what do you think? – I don’t mind. Can Rupert come along? – Yeah! If you really like chariots,
Barshad can show you how to ride one. There are several at our place
on the Nile and the big races are coming at the
end of the month. – Races, like in Rome? – Better than Rome! The one coming up is
the race of all races. (whinnying) (hooves clopping) – I’ve never seen
anything so green. – The Nile is the
mother of life. Every year, it overflows its
banks, depositing tons and tons of rich silt. There’s nothing that
won’t grow here. (squawking) – What about the crocodiles? – We hunt them. Sometimes, if you’re not
careful, they will hunt you. Just remember. ♪ They’re spooky, and
the owls begin to hoo ♪ ♪ Just stay away
from the river ♪ ♪ You’ll end up crocodile food ♪ ♪ You’ll never hear them slither
until it’s much too late ♪ ♪ They’re faster
than an antelope ♪ ♪ And deadlier than a snake ♪ – Don’t get any ideas
about adventuring, Jehu. – I’ve got my knife, I’m
not afraid of no crocodile. – Well, suit yourself. We’re off to the palace, I’m sure there’s no
alligators there. – There’s a whole pool of them. Oh, Jehu, here comes Barshad. Maybe he’ll show you
how to drive a chariot. You can be in the race. – A chariot race? The one in the bottle? – Indeed, I can help you with,
but first you must listen. (fast paced music) ♪ If you’re quick
to learn a lesson ♪ ♪ Don’t mind being
bumped a bit ♪ ♪ I can how you how
to take it too ♪ ♪ So fast it might
make you sick ♪ ♪ This race will be for keepers,
jolly well though listen up ♪ ♪ I’ll not take anyone
under my wings ♪ ♪ Who’s afraid to
show his stuff ♪ (nickering) ♪ Jolly well we’re
willing give it our best ♪ ♪ Jolly well we’ll be faster
than the legions of hell ♪ ♪ Jolly well, we’re willing
to give it our best ♪ ♪ Jolly we’ll be faster
than the legions in hell ♪ ♪ You’ve got to use your
noggin to take comments ♪ ♪ From your ears ♪ ♪ Reach inside for fortitude,
laugh in the face of fear ♪ ♪ God can train your spirit
to respond with discipline ♪ ♪ If you want to find
the strength to win ♪ ♪ You’ve got to look within ♪ ♪ Jolly well, we’re willing
to give it our best ♪ ♪ Jolly well, we’ll be faster
than the legions of hell ♪ ♪ Jolly well, we’re willing
to give it our best ♪ ♪ Jolly well, we’ll be faster
than the legions of hell ♪ (groaning) ♪ Jolly well ♪ (groaning) ♪ Jolly well ♪ ♪ Jolly well ♪ ♪ Jolly well ♪ ♪ Jolly well ♪ (groaning) ♪ Jolly well ♪ – I really don’t know. – You’ve always wanted
to, this is your chance. – If you win, my father will
give you anything you want. – Anything, even my
nephew and niece? – It’s worth a try. – You were right, Ollie. Barshad, I’m going to be
the best chariot driver you ever trained. Tell Johnathon and Rhea
I’m going to win for them. – [Narrator] Ollie, Rupert,
and Ramses Junior leave Jehu behind and head for
the royal palace. (squawking) (Ramses chuckling) Ollie can barely contain the
excitement of getting to see Rhea and Johnathon and
tell them the good news about their uncle Jehu. (soft music)
(hooves clopping) – Cousin Ramses, your father
has been sick with worry. He nearly had your
servant’s heads removed for losing sight of you. – I wasn’t lost, I knew
where I was the whole time. Besides, how’s a prince
supposed to have fun anyways, being followed around
by tutors and servants? I want you to meet some of my
new friends from Jerusalem. – Your new friends,
a raven and a donkey? – You’ll see. – I’m not from Jerusalem,
I’m from Caesarea! Ollie’s from Bethany. – We’re pleased to
meet you, I’m Allondra. – He must have forgotten
his manners, I’m Ollie. We came to find my
niece and nephew. – Oh, you talk as well! What are their names? Several scores of child servants were brought in earlier today. Perhaps I know where some
of them have been assigned. I’m somewhat in charge of that. (squawking) – Somewhat? – My mother was brought
here as a slave. She was from Bathsheba,
birthplace of King David. I know how hard it
must be on them. What are their names? – Rhea and Johnathon. – I think those were
two of the lucky ones. They’re palace slaves under
the supervision of the kindly chef Potifar. The other ones work like
zombies in the pharaoh’s field. This is remarkable, prince,
but you have returned with two talking pets. – We’re not pets! (squawking) We’re friends! That’s a big, big difference. – Yeah, we serve people
because we like them. Nobody makes us do anything
or even orders us around. We’re free. Years ago, I had to work
on a farm, but now I’m free and I owe it all to Jesus. – Jesus, I’ve heard of him. The carpenter from Galilee
that claims to have risen from the dead? I don’t believe it. – I was there. It’s not just a claim, he came
and he wiped away my tears. (warm music) ♪ I was there then they
took him to the cross ♪ ♪ I was there and
took him to his tomb ♪ ♪ I felt so broken hearted,
couldn’t eat for days ♪ ♪ But then I heard
his soothing voice ♪ ♪ And looked into his face ♪ ♪ He’s alive, he’s alive ♪ ♪ And I saw him standing
right before my eyes ♪ ♪ He’s alive, he’s alive ♪ ♪ I know he never leaves me,
I know he’s conquered death ♪ ♪ He’s closer than my shadow,
nearer than each breath ♪ ♪ He really did come
back from the grave ♪ ♪ He triumphed over doubt
to take us far away ♪ ♪ There’s a better
place than this world ♪ ♪ Where everyone is free ♪ ♪ All it takes to get there
is simply to believe ♪ ♪ He’s alive, he’s alive ♪ ♪ And I saw him standing
right before my eyes ♪ ♪ He’s alive, he’s alive ♪ ♪ I know he never leaves me,
I know he’s conquered death ♪ ♪ He’s closer than my shadow,
nearer than each breath ♪ ♪ He’s always there ♪ ♪ He’s always there ♪ ♪ He’s always there ♪ ♪ I saw him with my
own eyes, I was there ♪ ♪ I was there ♪ – I never heard him
explained like that. I believe it now! – I do too. When is he going
to take us away? – When you die, your spirit
is going to live forever in either heaven or hell,
and if you trust in him and not yourself,
you can go to heaven. – How do we do it? – I can help you
pray if you want. – I did, it made me
feel a whole lot better. In fact, I even made up a
little song to my prayer. I’ll teach it to
you if you like. – I’d love that! – It goes like this! (bright music) (humming) ♪ Life is so fast sometimes ♪ ♪ I don’t know
what else to say ♪ ♪ I’ve told some fibs,
I’ve stole some things ♪ ♪ And done things my own way ♪ ♪ But now I’m sorry ♪ ♪ I believe Jesus died for me ♪ ♪ I wanna go to Heaven
to live eternally ♪ ♪ I’m guilty of doing wrong,
saying things now I’m ashamed ♪ ♪ Being mean to those
who needed help ♪ ♪ There’s no one else to blame ♪ No one else blaming me. But it was all my fault. And I know I’m sorry. (squawking) You know I didn’t mean it. Come on, say it one more time. ♪ God, I’ve been
so bad sometimes ♪ ♪ I don’t know
what else to say ♪ ♪ Done some fibs, I
stole some things ♪ ♪ Done things my own way ♪ ♪ But now I say I’m sorry ♪ ♪ I believe Jesus died for me ♪ ♪ I wanna go to Heaven
to live eternally ♪ I’m gonna play something now. (mumbles) ♪ Now I say I’m sorry ♪ ♪ I know Jesus died for me ♪ ♪ I wanna go to Heaven
and live eternally ♪ ♪ I’m sorry ♪ ♪ I know he died for me ♪ ♪ I wanna go to Heaven ♪ ♪ To live eternally ♪ (squawking) (mumbles) Come on baby,
(mumbles) right now. I’m gonna do it, (mumbles). ♪ Yeah, bet you
feeling better now ♪ – I feel different, like some
weight was taken off my back. – Me too. This is really real. Come on, let’s go
back to the palace. You can tell my
father about Jesus. – I know you’re really
excited, Ramses, but not everyone believes it. – He will, I just know it. If only if he didn’t
hate Hebrews so much. If only Jesus wasn’t a Hebrew. (hooves clopping) (tense music) – Uh-huh, good, good. You there!
(whip cracking) Who told you to stop? (sobbing) – I got a splinter in my
heel, I can’t work anymore, I’m just trying to
get help, please! Mister, don’t hit me! (sobbing) Mommy!
– You think your sniveling will get you anywhere with me? You’re a slave, zombie. I don’t care how you feel. You’ll do as I
say, little Daniel. (whip cracking) You’ll be lucky to
ever work again. Now get up and start picking. We need this flax for
pharaoh’s new clothes. And you better have that
basket full by the time I get back, and don’t
let me catch you crying. – Here, Daniel, you
can have some of mine. I can pick some more fast. – Thanks, Ruben, do
you think we’ll ever escape this badness? – We can always hope for a
Moses to command the Pharaoh to let his people go. – Here, Daniel,
take some of mine. I’ve been praying every
moment that I’ve been here. God is going to help us out,
I just know it for sure. Oh, oh, here, here
it comes, Lucious. – There’s all my little zombies. (sinister music) ♪ All you little zombies
better be at work ♪ ♪ Do exactly as you’re told
or I’ll really make you hurt ♪ ♪ You’re slaves, no
longer children ♪ ♪ You won’t escape my sight ♪ ♪ You’re better off
(mumbles) home ♪ ♪ You won’t escape my plight ♪ ♪ Oh, oh, oh, oh ♪ ♪ Oh, oh, oh, oh ♪ ♪ You there with the basket,
fill it to the brim ♪ ♪ If I hear you sniveling
I’ll really do you in ♪ ♪ I’m not built for kindness,
I’m a nightmare come alive ♪ ♪ Best be quick upon you if
you’re hoping to survive ♪ ♪ Zombies, little zombies,
trembling at my whim ♪ ♪ Don’t except any kindnesses,
I won’t bend an inch ♪ ♪ Zombies, little zombies,
I’ll work you to the bone ♪ ♪ You’ll busy too think
about ever going home ♪ (sinister music) ♪ Oh, oh, oh, oh ♪ ♪ Oh, oh, oh, oh ♪ ♪ Oh, oh, oh, oh ♪ Well, little Daniel, I see you
filled your basket after all. Very well. Get in line with
the rest of ’em. It’s time to go back. – [Narrator] The slave
children all followed Lucious back to the barracks to be fed
a watery broth of ox’s milk and a crust of stale bread. In the distance, they heard
the celebration from the palace as the Pharaoh welcomes back
his son and the preparations for the great chariot
race to begin. – Ramses, my son, I have been
told you have brought along some very special friends. Your mother and I would
like to meet them. – They’re right there, father. This is Donkey Ollie
and this is Rupert. – A donkey and a raven? Surely you jest, my son. – No, father, you’ve never
met anything like them. They’re from Israel! – Israel? You know I have forbidden you– – Father, you yourself have
acquired Israelites as slaves. Should I be any different in acquiring some
pets from Israel? Besides, these are special. They sing.
– They sing? Surely you jest.
– No, I’ve heard them! And now, you shall
hear them too. They’re followers of a man
we’ve heard raise from the dead, a carpenter, Jesus Christ. (bright music) ♪ You sit there so high and
mighty acting like a god ♪ ♪ On your throne ♪ ♪ You’re no better than anyone
else is, let our children go ♪ ♪ You could be so
nice if you wanted ♪ ♪ Let us all go
back to our home ♪ ♪ But you’ve become
so hard hearted ♪ ♪ Your face has
turned to stone ♪ ♪ Let them go, Mr. Pharaoh ♪ ♪ Let them go, let them go ♪ ♪ Let them go, Mr. Pharaoh ♪ ♪ Let the children go ♪ ♪ Let the children go ♪ ♪ Let them go, Mr. Pharaoh,
let them go, let them go ♪ ♪ Let them go, Mr. Pharaoh,
let the children go ♪ ♪ Let the children go ♪ ♪ All the children were
so young and happy ♪ ♪ Right before you
took them away ♪ ♪ To work for free
in your fields ♪ ♪ Suffer every day ♪ ♪ It’s not like you
really have to use them ♪ ♪ There’s plenty
of help around ♪ ♪ If you could just
pay them a fair wage ♪ ♪ Not as children slaves ♪ ♪ Let them go, Mr. Pharaoh,
let them go, let them go ♪ ♪ Let them go, Mr. Pharaoh,
let the children go ♪ ♪ Let them go, Mr. Pharaoh,
let them go, let them go ♪ ♪ Let them go, Mr. Pharaoh,
let the children go ♪ – Well, now I have heard
them, but I can’t believe that a donkey and raven can sing. Very impressive, but it’s
going to take more than a singing donkey and raven
for me to release my slaves. In fact, I shall have Lucious
increase their quota of flax. My son, I hardly would have
expected this treachery from one of my own blood. – Father–
– No, son. You’ve already caused too
much grief for one evening. I suggest you take your
friends out of here before I decide to feed them
to the crocodiles, and if you are to succeed me on the
throne you had better realize that the softhearted are
also the softheaded, and when you rule, it is
with an iron fist. (jazzy music) ♪ I’ll never let the children
go, the slaves until they die ♪ ♪ You’re wasting time asking,
I’m keeping what’s mine ♪ ♪ It’s too bad
they’re not happy ♪ ♪ It’s too bad
they’re feeling hurt ♪ ♪ It’s too bad for the donkey,
it’s too bad for the bird ♪ ♪ My mind’s already made up,
the writing’s on the wall ♪ ♪ Too bad these little children
were even born at all ♪ ♪ It’s too bad
they’re not happy ♪ ♪ It’s too bad
they’re feeling hurt ♪ ♪ It’s too bad for the
donkey, too bad for the bird ♪ ♪ I admit it’s pretty crazy,
hear and sing about this too ♪ ♪ It doesn’t mean I’ll give in ♪ ♪ Give the children
back to you ♪ ♪ You said your piece
impressive, I heard you loud ♪ ♪ And clear, I’ve
got one answer ♪ ♪ Forget they’re even here ♪ (queen muttering) ♪ I admit it’s pretty crazy,
hear him sing about this too ♪ ♪ It doesn’t mean I’ll give in ♪ ♪ Give the children
back to you ♪ ♪ You said your piece
impressive, I heard
you loud and clear ♪ ♪ I’ve got one answer,
forget they’re even here ♪ ♪ Bad ♪ (scatting) ♪ It’s too bad ♪ (scatting) ♪ It’s too bad ♪ (scatting) ♪ It’s too bad ♪ (scatting) donkey! ♪ It’s too bad ♪ (scatting) ♪ Too bad ♪ ♪ Too bad ♪ (scatting) ♪ Too bad ♪ ♪ Too bad ♪ (scatting) donkey! ♪ Too bad, too bad ♪ (scatting) – You know, Pharaoh, There’s a much higher
power than yours. Jesus said whoever the son
sets free will be free indeed. – Yeah, we’re not afraid of you! Our God is able to deliver
them if he chooses. – So, young Ramses, this
is the kind of insolence you bring before my throne? Guards, lock these two
up in the crocodile pit! My head is annoyed enough
with their constant badgering. (frightened murmuring) – Please, father, they
only speak the truth! Don’t lock my friends up! – My son, of all the
treachery, you too would betray your throne to follow
this Hebrew god? Until you recant, I will not
grant you audience again, Young Ramses, bear in mind,
you will forsake all if you continue to follow
this Jesus Christ. – Why must you harden
your heart so, father? If I am to become Pharaoh
someday, will I just become a god as you? I know I’m no god,
but a mere mortal. None of our forefathers
have raised from the dead, yet you refuse to listen to
the words of one who has. Indeed, father, though you
lock my friends up and refuse to grant me audience, I
will not cease to follow this Jesus Christ, even
though your heart, father, shall not be immune
from his love. And you, my friends, in time
you shall be free at last. – Go to your room, Ramses. (tense music) (squawking) – I’ve had enough of this. You land creatures’ll
never take me prisoner! (bright music) (squawking) (gasping) (squawking) (shouting)
(lively music) ♪ I don’t wanna be a jailbird
locked up in a cage ♪ ♪ Eating bread and water,
counting those days ♪ ♪ Treated like a criminal,
one of pharaoh’s slaves ♪ ♪ These wings are
made for flying ♪ ♪ See you out someday ♪ ♪ ‘Cause I’m a free
bird, free bird now ♪ ♪ That’s how I’m gonna stay ♪ ♪ I’m a free bird,
a free bird now ♪ ♪ And that’s how it’s gonna be ♪ ♪ I don’t wanna be a
jailbird in ball and chains ♪ ♪ Listed by numbers,
no one knows my name ♪ ♪ Don’t wanna stand in line
for greasy prison food ♪ ♪ Wearing black and white
or faded prison blue ♪ ♪ ‘Cause I’m a free
bird, a free bird now ♪ ♪ That’s how it’s gonna be ♪ ♪ Free bird, a free bird now ♪ ♪ That’s how it’s gonna be ♪ ♪ I’m so free ♪ (squawking)
(laughing) (mumbles) Come on, let me tell
you about it again ♪ I’m a free bird,
a free bird now ♪ ♪ That’s how I’m gonna stay ♪ ♪ I’m a free bird,
free bird now ♪ ♪ That’s how, that’s
how it’s gonna be ♪ ♪ I’m a free bird ♪ (squawking)
(laughing) ♪ I’m a free bird, that’s
how it’s gonna stay ♪ ♪ I’m gonna stay ♪ (mumbles) ♪ I’m a free bird, oh yeah ♪ ♪ Every day, not gonna change ♪ ♪ Come on ♪ – [Pharaoh] Fire, get him! (squawking) Shoot, shoot the bird! (squawking) – [Rupert] Ow, ow, ow, ow! – Rupert, you’re hurt,
there’s blood all over you! What happened, who could
have done this to you? – The Pharaoh was gonna put
me in prison with Ollie! – Rupert, you’ve been shot,
let me put a mud pack on that. I can hide you here but you’re
going to have to promise to be really quiet. Do you think you can do that?
– I can try! ♪ You can hide here in my home
but you mustn’t make a sound ♪ ♪ Or the pharaoh’s spies may
hear and impale you on a spear ♪ ♪ You would make a tasty bite
when the gators feed at night ♪ ♪ I will bring you food
to eat, but right now ♪ ♪ Get some sleep ♪ (growling) – [Narrator] While Ramses
is confined to his room, Allondra gets a message
to him that Rupert is safe and healing at her house. It cheers up Ramses’ spirits,
dampened by the imprisonment of his friend Donkey Ollie. The news of the big chariot
race is on everybody’s lips. From across the seas, chariot
drivers and their teams have come to win the
biggest race in the world. Every day, the palace staff
is busy fixing a banquet for another visiting dignitary. Rome, Syria, Greece,
Persia, Ethiopia, the guests and the food are endless. (hooves thundering) – Whoa!
– Nice (mumbles). – Barshad, is there any
news of my nephew and niece or Ollie and Rupert? – I sought to avoid
telling you, Jehu. There’s been news, but
the news has been bad. It seems the Pharaoh
got upset with Ollie and had him imprisoned. Ramses has been confined to
his room and Rupert was hit by arrows on his way
flying out of the palace. As for your nephew and
niece, they’re still under the watchful care of the
kindly cook, Potifar. I’m afraid that it is up
to you to win the race and win their freedom. In all my life of training
chariot drivers, I have never seen one take so readily to
the skills and become one with this team of horses. You have mastered
the secret, Jehu. Your horses run for you out
of love and respect, not fear, and you have earned their love. Go feed the horses some oats. – Well, if it is up to
me to win their freedom, then win I shall for
the honor of my people and for the deliverance
of Ollie and the children. (triumphant rock music) ♪ When the odds are stacked
against us and there’s ♪ ♪ Nowhere else to go ♪ ♪ The race goes to the swiftest
and leaves behind the slow ♪ ♪ I’ll ride my way to victory ♪ ♪ And never look behind ♪ ♪ I can win this chariot race,
save those who are mine ♪ ♪ I’ll win this
race for freedom ♪ ♪ I’ll win this race for love ♪ ♪ I’ll look to God who lives
within to guide me from above ♪ ♪ I’ll win this race,
I’ll set the pace ♪ ♪ I’ll win this race,
not second place ♪ ♪ The victory’s mine,
I’ll win this race ♪ ♪ (mumbles) are counting on me ♪ ♪ Their futures are at stake ♪ ♪ I’m willing to pay the price
and do just what it takes ♪ ♪ For the honor of my people,
I’ll do my very best ♪ ♪ He who holds me in his hands
will have to do the rest ♪ ♪ I’ll win this
race for freedom ♪ ♪ I’ll win this race for love ♪ ♪ I’ll look to god
who lives within ♪ ♪ To guide me from above ♪ ♪ I’ll win this race,
I’ll set the pace ♪ ♪ I’ll win this race,
not second place ♪ ♪ The victory’s mine,
I’ll win this race ♪ ♪ I’ll win this race,
I’ll set the pace ♪ ♪ I’ll win this race,
not second place ♪ ♪ The victory’s mine,
I’ll win this race ♪ (grunting) (rock music) (laughing) (whinnying) – Your horses are going
to give their all for you. Remember, there are
no rules of courtesy and there is no second place. You’ll be up against
the best in the world. Here, these are the
pharaoh’s colors. You’ll be in post position. We won the last great race
and have the privilege of being the host team. – What happened to the
driver from the last time? – I was the driver. This estate, my wife,
my children, my freedom, that was my reward. A man only has to win but
once to know he’s the best. I was the best and now I
pass the reins on to you. – Lord Barshad, how could
I ever repay this kindness? – Win, for the freedom
of your friends. A truer cause was
never sought for. I did it for myself, but you
do it for the love of others. – You’ve got to do it, Jehu. We’re all counting on you! (squawking) – Yeah, we are! – But I thought– – Yeah but I heal really fast. These Egyptians have
amazing mud baths. My wings are as good as new! (laughing) – My father’s furious
that a Hebrew’s riding one of our chariots. His hands are tied. Since Barshad won the last
race, he automatically gets to pick a successor. My father’s picked Lucius,
an evil slave trader, to ride his team of black
stallions purchased from the emperor Lu in Mongolia. They are said to be the
quickest horses alive. – Quick they may be, but
who knows how they’ll manage under the care of a
brute such a Lucious? Who is this young
maiden with you? – This is Allondra, my cousin. She is the one who nursed
your Rupert back to health. – We are all counting on you. No one wants to see Lucious
win, his barbaric ways are known far and wide. He’s excelled by no
other in cruelty. – Young Jehu is in as
fine a shape as I was when I won the race. – Just maybe your Jesus Christ will help you as
well, my friend. (hooves thundering)
(whip cracking repeatedly) (tense music) (whinnying) (whip cracking repeatedly) – Hiya fellas, I’m Ollie. – I’m Salaam, you must
be here to watch us in the races tomorrow. – You got that right, we’re
gonna watch you fellas get beat by Jehu! – We haven’t lost yet! My brothers and I
are a perfect team. – Well, you got a real
louse for a rider. He kidnapped my friends,
Rhea and Johnathan, and now the only way their uncle
can get them back is to win the race. – None of us like Lucious,
he’s the worse rider we’ve ever had. – Quite frankly, we’d like
to dump him and his whip. My poor hide feels flayed. None of the other riders
ever had to whip us and all he does is hit and hit. – It’s quite hard being a
racehorse, running around the track, especially
with some monkey whipping at your back. I’ve had quite enough of this
nonsense, I’d like to show him a thing or two, maybe
if I dumped him on his bum, or a swift kick with my shoe. – Please don’t beat
your horse, man. Put that whip away. Save it for your own back
when you make a big mistake. Please don’t beat your racehorse
if you’re hoping for a win. We can be quite stubborn
when you do us in. – Our muscles are honed
to perfection, each step in perfect pace. Our heads don’t move
from side to side, they’re straight
ahead for the race. If some animal does abuse us,
he’ll get his just desserts. He’ll wind up on his
behind with his mouth washed out in dirt. – Thanks, fellas. When you’re in Jerusalem for
the races, we’ll come out and see you. I hope Lucius gets
what’s coming to him. – Well, I bet the horses
will fix him good. They’re mad. – [Ollie] Okay,
lock me in, Rupert. – And we lock him up
tight, pin back into place. There, Ollie, no one will
even know you were gone. I’m going to visit the children
and get ready to tell them to leave for Israel! – Okay, have little Johnathon bring me some carrots, will you? I’m tired of all these oats. – Mm hmm, see you later, Ollie! (squawking) Here we go. – Rupert, you’re all better,
we thought you’d had it! – Don’t count a good
bird out so soon. Ollie wants you to bring
him a bunch of carrots, but I really think he just
wants you to visit him. He doesn’t like being
locked up very much. – Okay, is it really true
that uncle Jehu’s riding the king’s white chariot? – Yeah, and when he
wins, we can all go home, so make sure you’re packed. – All right! (tense music) (hissing) Rupert, behind you! (squawking)
(hissing) Don’t worry about him,
he’s usually really nice. He just hasn’t had
his breakfast yet. – Thanks, Johnathon, almost
lost my feathers there. Come on, grab some carrots
and let’s go before the stable guards wake up. (squawking) (applauding) – [Ramses] Hello, my friend! (nickering) – Allondra, can you
help me with the sash? It doesn’t feel tight enough. – What’s it like
in Jerusalem, Jehu? – It’s the most magnificent
city in the whole world. – What she really wants to
know is if you’ll take her back with you. (gasping) – If I win, yes, she can
return with me and you, prince. – Even though my father’s often
wrong, he’s still my father. I really have no choice
but to stay here and assume my rightful place on the throne. – Well, young Ramses, would
you check the horse’s reins? – I did, they’re perfect
for a tight ride. (triumphant music)
(applauding) – To the winner today will
go any wish he desires, up to half my kingdom. Only one will win, only
one will wear the wreath. Let the race begin! (cheering)
(whinnying) (whip cracking)
(horses whinnying) – [Lucious] What the? (growling) Get (mumbles). (whinnying) (shouting) (crowd murmuring) (gasping) (grunting) (hooves thundering)
(grunting) (crowd murmuring) (cheering) (growling) (reins and whip cracking) – Hi! – [Lucius] Get you! (hooves thundering) (whip cracking)
(Lucius urging horses on) (applauding) (whip cracking) (shouting) No, no, no no! (screaming)
(applauding) You!
– Not today! (hooves thundering) (screaming) (cheering) (hooves thundering) – Congratulations, you’ve won! – How could I have won? The black team was first. – Only the horses were first. In order for a team to
win, the rider has to cross the finish line with them,
so even though their horses won, your team was first. (warm music) – You ran a good race. My son tells me you are Hebrew. Speak now, for the reward
is up to half my kingdom. What would you wish? 50 camels laden with
gold and silver? Perhaps several of my
maidens for a wife? What is it that
you wish, Hebrew. – I seek no earthly
treasure, great Pharaoh. I have come to ask for the
release of the Hebrew children and my donkey Ollie. – The children and the beast? Surely you jest, when
you could have up to half my kingdom, you ask
for the children? – What good are riches when
they are purchased at the cost of human suffering? What gold can stop
a mother’s tears? Wise Pharaoh, do not harden
your heart to the true message of God. There is more value to God in
one of these Hebrew children than all the gold
in your treasury, for the soul alone is eternal. Everything else passes. Do I have my wish great king? – Yes, for one so young,
you have spoken wisdom. Perhaps I have judged
your people wrongly. Not only shall I return your
donkey and your children, but I will give them each
a bag of gold to remember their time in Egypt in hopes
that your God, the lord of all lords, will
not look harshly on his servant the Pharaoh. Take my niece Allondra to be
your wife, that there may be unity between your
people and my people. You’re free, your
people are free. – [Narrator] One by one, the
children are gathered together. Ollie drops over to visit the
black team and thanks them for giving Lucius
his just desserts. – [Rupert] Come on, everybody. – [Narrator] To the sound
of much shouting, Jehu, Ollie, Allondra,
and all the children cross the Sinai for Israel. (bright music) ♪ We’re free, we’re
free, we’re really free ♪ ♪ We’re free,
we’re really free ♪ ♪ We’re free, we’re
free, we’re really free ♪ ♪ We’re free,
we’re really free ♪ ♪ Shout it from the mountains ♪ ♪ Thank god we’re alive ♪ ♪ We’ve been delivered
from bondage ♪ ♪ To the other side ♪ ♪ We’re going back
to our homeland ♪ ♪ Nothing can stop us now ♪ ♪ God has parted the water ♪ ♪ Has shown us His power ♪ ♪ We’re free,
we’re really free ♪ – [Rupert] They’re free! ♪ We’re free,
we’re really free ♪ ♪ We’re free, we’re
free, we’re really free ♪ ♪ We’re free,
we’re really free ♪ ♪ Shout it from the mountains ♪ ♪ Thank god we’re alive ♪ ♪ We’ve been delivered
from bondage ♪ ♪ To the other side ♪ ♪ We’re going back
to our homeland ♪ ♪ Nothing can stop us now ♪ ♪ God has parted the waters ♪ ♪ And does his power ♪ ♪ We’re free, we’re
free, we’re really free ♪ ♪ We’re free,
we’re really free ♪ ♪ We’re free, we’re
free, we’re really free ♪ ♪ We’re free,
we’re really free ♪ ♪ We’re free, we’re
free, we’re really free ♪ ♪ We’re free,
we’re really free ♪ ♪ We’re free, we’re
free, we’re really free ♪ ♪ We’re free,
we’re really free ♪ ♪ We’re free, we’re
free, we’re really free ♪ ♪ We’re free,
we’re really free ♪ (vibrant music) (jazzy music) ♪ I don’t wanna be a jailbird
locked up in a cage ♪ ♪ Eating bread and water,
counting all the days ♪ ♪ Treated like a criminal,
one of pharaoh’s slaves ♪ ♪ These wings are meant for
flying, see you out someday ♪ ♪ ‘Cause I’m a free bird,
I’m a free bird now ♪ ♪ That’s how I’m gonna stay ♪ ♪ I’m a free bird,
a free bird now ♪ ♪ That’s how it’s gonna be ♪ ♪ I don’t wanna be a
jailbird in ball and chains ♪ ♪ Listed by numbers,
no one knows my name ♪ ♪ Don’t wanna stand in line
for greasy prison food ♪ ♪ Wear black and white
or faded prison blues ♪ ♪ ‘Cause I’m a free
bird, a free bird now ♪ ♪ That’s how it’s gonna be ♪ ♪ I’m a free bird,
a free bird now ♪ ♪ That’s how it’s gonna be ♪ ♪ I’m so free ♪ (squawking) (mumbles) – [Rupert] Come on, let me
tell you about it again. ♪ I’m a free bird,
a free bird now ♪ ♪ That’s how I’m gonna stay ♪ ♪ I’m a free bird,
a free bird now ♪ ♪ That’s how it’s gonna be ♪ ♪ A free bird ♪ (squawking) ♪ I’m a free bird, that’s
how it’s gonna stay ♪ ♪ I’m gonna stay, yeah ♪ (mumbles) ♪ I’m a free bird,
don’t wanna get hit ♪ (mumbles) ♪ Not gonna change ♪

 

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