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In the name of the hundred acre wood
We claim thee
In the name of the hundred acre wood

In the name of the hundred acre wood
We claim thee
In the name of the hundred acre wood

What'll do
When something new crosses your path
Out of the blue
What'll ya do
What do you do?

I think once upon a time
Heffalump's ruled the forest
They rocked and stomped and blew their horns
To their new and dearest
They scared all the rest of us
The Heffalump is as a Heffalump does
As a heffalump now is a heffalump was

What'll do
When something new crosses your path
Out of the blue
What'll do, what'll do, what'll do?
What do you do?

In the name of the hundred acre wood
We claim thee
In the name of the hundred acre wood

In the name of the hundred acre wood
We claim thee
In the name of the hundred acre wood

What'll do, what'll do, what'll do



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