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Dream Ballet lyrics

As June drifts off to sleep, in her own little corner, in her own little chair, Dream June appears.

Dream willy enters.

Together, they dance a highly symbolic ballet.
Sort of run of DeMille.

Dream Mother Abby crosses, bringing corn to all.

The nightmare! Dream Jitter marries Dream June.

After Dream Jitter puts the ring on Dream June's finger, he tears up the lease.

June awakens to find Jitter standing in front of her.

Time's up, Miss High-and-Mighty! You got the rent?

But Jitter, you tore up that lease! Remember?

That wasn't me, that was Dream Jitter... If you ain't got the rent, then you're coming with me, to get murried! (Picks her up onto his shoulder)

But why me, Jitter?

Because you're June! June, June, June, just because you're June!

Oh, put me down!

Okay... You're nothing but a no-good, low-down flibberty gibbet!

...No, put me down!

...Oh! Allright, Miss High-and-Mighty.... Now, where in tarnation is that parson?

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