(the next morning, as Elvira and her kids come out, another cat with neckerchief, Chester arrives)
Chester: Everyone keeps asking me, My recipe for livin', It's simple as the ABC's, And hardly seems worth givin'. I've tried it out in every way, It always sees me through, It's made me what I am today, That's why I'm tellin' you. I'm a happy-go-lucky fellow, Full of fun and fancy-free, You can make the whole world seem mellow, If you take it in your stride like me. Don't cross a bridge or peek 'round the corner until you're there, Just learn to smile and in a while, You'll find trouble's a bubble of air, Get a happy-go-lucky feelin', Keep it and I guarantee, That you'll find you'll wind up livin' in the sun, Full of fun and fancy-free. Full of fun and fancy-free, That's the way I wanna be, I don't let my troubles trouble me. Now some folks like the heavy stuff, With titles five feet wide, Not me; I'm always out for fun, I like the lighter side, yes sir. Don't let my troubles trouble me. Don't cross a bridge or peek 'round the corner until you're there, Just learn to smile and in a while, You'll find trouble's a bubble of air. Join the party, Come along, - can't go wrong, Now's the time to see what you can see, A house is just across the way, Better hurry, don't delay, You'll be full of fun and fancy-free. Hi. I'm Chester. Who are you and your children?
Elvira: Oh, this is me, Elvira. And these are my children, Boots, Becky, and Boots.