You Lucky Dog (1998) Script

[ Male Singer ] ♪ Togetherness ♪

♪ The two of us together It’s the only place to be ♪

♪ Togetherness ♪

♪ No matter what the weather you can always count on me ♪

♪ But me and you are stuck like glue ♪

♪ We’ll never come apart ♪

♪ You and me couldn’t hurt a flea ♪

♪ We’re the same right down to the heart ♪

♪ Togetherness ♪

♪ It’s like nothing and it’s something that’s hard to find ♪

♪ The two of us are so similar ♪

♪ You know that I can read your mind ♪

♪ When the rain comes falling down ♪

♪ The sun will come right back around ♪

♪ ’Cause we got the best Nothing less ♪

♪ Togetherness ♪♪

"Dog Psychic Stuns Experts."

Don’t you worry, boy. Everything’s gonna be all right.

Looks like he’s the real thing, boy.

Mr. Morgan is a dog therapist.

He’s been gifted with a psychic connection to canines.

So he can actually read their thoughts and communicate with them.

He’ll sit your dog down for a consultation... and see if he can’t get to the heart of what’s really bothering him.

Is this for real or what ? Oh, yes !

Mr. Morgan’s been doing this for years. He’s a very talented and sensitive therapist.

[ Snoring ]

[ Whines, Sniffs ]

[ Phone Ringing ]

Jack Morgan, dog therapist. This is Bernice.

A dog therapist ! For crying out loud, why do I listen to you ?

[ Bernice ] Really ? I put that check in the mail last week.

Nothing in the envelope ? The check must’ve fallen out.

There’s nothin’ goin’ on in there. Fifty bucks down the drain.

Maybe he communicates with his clients on a higher level.

That does it. I’m goin’ in there. You can’t go in there !

[ Woman ] Honey, no.

What did I tell you ? He’s nothing but a big phony !

Uh... well, we were making some real progress.

Progress ! You were sleeping !

Well, that’s how it may appear to the untrained eye--

Let’s see what it looks like with a black eye.

I’m sensing a lot of hostility here.

That could cause some serious psychological damage to Bosco from which he may never recover.

And you’re gonna have to live with that. Fine. Live with this.

I happen to be a personal friend of the mayor.

And I’m gonna have this place closed down quicker than you can say "cease and desist."

Get the dog, Emily.

Come on, Bosco. Come on.

Oh, sure ! Like he really knows the mayor.

This is it ! I’ve just had it, Jack. It’s too stressful.

Besides, I’ve already got a line on a job with more career potential.

What kind of job ? Drive-in hostess at the Chicken Barn.

You sure I can’t talk you out of leaving ?

Positive. What if I give you a raise ?

I’d settle for what you already owe me, Jack.

I’m sure gonna miss you, Bernice.

[ Knocking At Door ]

A customer ! Stop packing ! Put it away !

Jack Morgan ? At your service.

I’m Clive Windsor. This is Calvin.

Hello. Mmm.

And this unhappy fellow is Lucky.

He’s been so upset and agitated lately. I’m very concerned.

Yes, yes, I can see. He needs immediate attention.

Hmm. Could be a chewing disorder... or tail anxiety.

Or both.

Bernice, when is my next open appointment ?

You’re clear till next Thanksgiving. Shh, shh.

Well, looks like we have a cancellation.

We can get started right away.

Please, make yourselves comfortable. Bernice, the gentlemen might like coffee.

So would I. It’s across the street at the diner.

[ Chuckles ] She’s great.

Okay. Well, come on, Lucky.

This won’t take long. This won’t hurt a bit. That’s it, boy, go ahead.

Here we go. Have a seat.

[ Clears Throat ]

[ Lucky Groans ]

Who am I kidding ? Your head’s as empty as a clear sky, isn’t it ?

Even if I could read your mind, all you’d be thinking about is chasing squirrels and drinking out of a toilet.

[ Sighs ] Believe it or not, there was a time when I could actually do this... for real !

I was just a kid. Maybe it was some kind of genetic thing.

Well, whatever it was, it just faded away.

[ Sniffs ]

[ Whooshing Sound ]

Man, what was that ?

I gotta get out of this office more often.

I’ve gotta get some fresh air.

[ Whooshing Sound ]

What the heck is goin’ on ?

Wait a second. What are you lookin’ at ?

What are you up to ?

All right. All right, that’s it. This session is officially over.

Oh, done already ? Yes.

I’m having trouble getting through to him. It’s just not gonna work out.

A-Are you sure ? I’m positive.

Maybe you should see another dog therapist or a veterinarian.

Anybody but me. Is Lucky all right ?

I don’t know. Is he sick ?

I don’t--

He’s worried about you. Me ?

He’s sensing some hostility from two-- no, three people, in your own home.

How did you know about that ?

Uh--

T-To be honest with you, I have no idea.

Um, you know, it was probably just a lucky guess.

Listen, y-you better leave.

Well, at least let me pay you for your information.

Oh, no, no. No, no, no. I cut the session short. I’m not gonna charge you a thing.

No, no. I insist.

Now I understand what’s been bothering Lucky.

I-I’m glad I could help.

You have a remarkable gift, young man.

Come on.

A gift ? It’s more like a curse.

What happened in there ? It’s the dog.

What, Windsor’s ? Yeah. Yeah, I just--

I got a really weird vibe off him.

It kind of spooked me. What are you talking about ?

After all these years, he’s the only one that I almost--

He just rattled me. Jack, if you’re talking about... you know what, you haven’t had that since you were 14.

[ Phone Ringing ]

Yeah ? [ Woman Indistinct ]

Uh-huh. Oh, I see.

Jack, it’s the mayor’s office.

[ Men Chattering ]

Oh, so it’s Mr. Mooney’s word against mine. Is that it ?

Well, I happen to be a respected canine therapist.

Why are you laughing ?

Listen, I provide a valuable service to the community.

Hello ?

Well, fine ! Pick my bones while I’m down, you vultures !

I can’t believe this. This is totally unfair.

Uh, Mr. Morgan ?

Remember me ? Calvin Bridges.

Yes, yes, yes. You work for, um--

Mr. Windsor. Right.

I’m sorry. Did I come at a bad time ?

Oh, no. No, no, no. I’m just, uh, remodeling. Uh-huh.

What brings you here, Mr. Bridges ? Oh.

Bad news, I’m afraid. Mr. Windsor passed away last week.

Oh, I’m very sorry. He was such a nice old guy.

Yes, he was. Now you’re needed at the estate.

Why ? Something to do with Lucky.

No, thanks. I really think you should reconsider.

Uh-uh. I told you, I want nothing to do with that dog.

This could be very much worth your while. Let me drive you over.

No. Why ? You got something better to do ?

Well, I--

[ Woman ] I think we’re ready to begin the proceedings.

First, let me express my condolences on the death of your Uncle Clive Windsor.

Thank you, my dear. It has indeed been very devastating.

It’s been so difficult.

[ Woman ] Please proceed. Fine.

"I, Clive Windsor, being of sound mind and body, [ Scoffs ] Right ! "do hereby bequeath my worldly possessions...

"to my only living heirs as follows: Yes !

"To my nephew Reuben, who never showed an interest in anything other than his own comfort, I leave my favorite easy chair." I always liked that chair.

You moron ! He’s cut you out of his will.

Who’s next ? "To my niece Margaret, whose greed... is rivaled only by her vanity, I leave one full-length mirror."

And ? I’m afraid that’s it.

[ Gasps ] It’s mine ! It’s mine !

What ? Thank you, Uncle. Thank you.

How dare he !

"And to my sniveling nephew Lyle, "who has always been a big numbskull, I leave... nothing."

What ? "That’s right, Lyle.

Absolutely nothing." Oh, that’s what it says.

That just about covers it. Wait a minute. Who gets the money ?

The $64 million ? The $64 million has been placed in a trust fund.

But who gets the money ?

[ Jack ] Mr. Bridges ? Mr. Bridges !

If it’s not a house call, why are we going to the Windsor estate ?

I told you, I’m a busy man. I’m practically a doctor.

You’re meeting with Mr. Windsor’s attorney. His attorney ?

Here we are.

Wow ! This is the place ? I’ve seen smaller museums.

[ Arguing ]

[ Shouting ] [ Car Horn Honking ]

Is that him ?

[ Snarls ]

Hi.

I’m Jack Morgan, the dog therapist.

I’ll kill you !

[ Shouting, Lucky Barking ]

Stop it ! You’ll kill him.

Let me kill him ! [ Shouting Continues ]

Get off me !

Hey, my foot !

[ Margaret ] I’ll be back !

Are you okay ? Yeah. Yeah, I’m fine.

I’m Jack Morgan.

I’m here to see Mr. Windsor’s attorney. That’s me, Alison Kent.

You’re the attorney ? Yes. You seem surprised.

Uh, well, I am.

I, I mean, I was-- Well--

Are you okay ?

Yeah. Yeah, great.

Good. We have some business to discuss.

We do ?

Nice place.

Perhaps you’d like to take a look around. Yeah, sure.

I think I should tell you to prepare yourself.

The situation that we’re in here is a bit unusual.

In fact, I think it’s safe to say it’s... the first of its kind.

When you met Mr. Windsor, I’m sure you noticed... he was a very unique individual.

During his lifetime he amassed a fortune of $64 million.

Well, that definitely qualifies as "amassing."

You just met his only living heirs, who could best be described as--

Pond scum ?

Let’s just say Mr. Windsor thought they were undeserving.

So, that’s why Mr. Windsor decided to leave his entire estate... to the only one he knew possessed enough heart and spirit... to enjoy the money properly.

His dog... Lucky.

You’re joking, right ? No, I’m not.

How does a dog inherit money ? Well, the entire $64 million has been placed in a trust, and you have been named trustee.

Lucky’s permanent translator, his legal voice in all matters regarding his whims and wishes for spending the fortune.

The dog will be in control of the assets, and you will be working for him.

Me ?

Apparently Mr. Windsor was very impressed with you.

Really ?

Wait a minute. Wait a minute.

Let’s get this straight. The dog... and I have control of all the money ?

That’s right.

And all the property, including this mansion... if you choose to become trustee.

Of course, I does require some duties on your part.

Oh. Duties ?

You’d have to live here. Oh, gee.

And you’ll have a full-time staff.

A staff ? I like the sound of that.

Are you sure this whole thing is legal ? Ironclad.

Unless, of course, the heirs can prove that you’re mentally incompetent.

Aw, well, no problem there. I mean, I am sharp as a tack.

Mr. Morgan ? Hmm ?

So, is there anything else ?

Well, there is the matter of money.

Here’s some credit cards and cash to tide you over... until we set up your bank accounts. Oh, excellent.

It’s been very... interesting.

I think that takes care of things for now.

Yeah. Well, drop by anytime.

I’ll see you later. I’ll talk to you tomorrow.

It’s all mine. [ Laughs ]

This whole castle is mine !

I am master of the manor.

I’m lord of the castle.

I’m Lord of the Flies.

Lord of the Dance !

I’m rich ! I’m rich ! I’m really, really rich !

I’m rich ! I’m rich !

I’m really rich ! I’m rich ! I’m rich ! I’m really, really rich !

Top o’ the world, Ma !

Ah, what can I say ? I’ve never been rich before.

And it looks like I’m your new driver. Great !

I live upstairs on the west wing. I’ll be happy to help you find your bedroom.

Sure. Wow. I’ve never lived in a place that needed a tour guide before.

Oh, man, have I got a weird taste in my mouth.

You got a mint ? No.

Yeah, it tastes like-- It tastes like... shoe leather.

Are you all right, chief ?

Yeah. Yeah, I’m fine. Okay.

Follow me. Okay.

The old man knew exactly what he was doing.

He was trying to teach us some stupid lesson about the real world or something.

All I want to know is, how do we get our money back ? According to the will, the only way to dissolve the trust is to prove that the trustee, Mr. Jack Morgan, is mentally incompetent.

He claims to be a dog psychic. What more proof do you need ? Can you do it ?

[ Scoffs ] Of course. Relax.

If it takes me more than a week, I’ll retire.

But it’s going to cost you.

How much ? Thirty percent.

[ Together ] What ? I think he said thirty percent.

That’s thirty percent of our money.

Your money currently belongs to a dog.

[ Sighs ]

Thirty percent of squat is still squat.

Do you want your house back or not ? I cost because I’m the best in the business.

I can have you back in your mansion, on your patio with that dog... on a barbecue spit in a couple of weeks, but 30 percent is what it’ll cost.

[ Yawns ] Take it or leave it.

Well, uh-- What do we do for money in the meantime ?

You could always take a job.

[ Gasps ]

All right. Cut back on your spending.

Cut back ?

How am I supposed to live ? I use an imported shampoo.

Well, you could wear that hat for a week.

No, no, no, no. We need a court order... to be able to get back into the house, to be able to get our cars, belongings--

Negative ! I don’t want you going back there until after the trial.

We’re going for a motion.

I want to be able to tell the jury you were too traumatized to go back. Don’t worry.

You’ll be back in your rooms in no time.

[ Margaret ] This is an outrage.

We have no credit cards, no cars.

I can’t even imagine what kind of room we could rent for the amount of cash we have on us.

What are we gonna do ? Shh, shh, shh.

We’ll consider the offer, Mr. Pfister.

Thank you. Come on, let’s go.

I can’t stand the thought of that little creep in my home.

Heaven only knows what he’s doing at this very moment.

♪♪ [ Rock ] [ Jack Shouting ]

Whoo ! Whoo-whoo !

It’s five seconds on the clock, and it’s up to Jack Morgan.

He fakes, he looks for--

It’s good ! Jack Morgan wins it again !

What an athlete. What a man.

Oh, no. Where’s the ball ?

Where’s the ball ?

I’m goin’ in.

[ Knocking ] Mr. Morgan ?

It’s the housekeepers, sir. Would you like some dinner ?

♪♪ [ Rock Music Continues ]

♪♪

Oh ! Oh.

Wait. Don’t be afraid. I live here.

Miss ?

Hello ?

[ Margaret ] Look at these sheets !

[ Reuben ] At least they’re clean. But they’re cotton !

This skin has never slept on anything less than 100% silk.

And I’m certainly not about to start rubbing elbows with mattress buttons now.

Ahh ! This is unbearable.

This is completely unacceptable !

How much longer can we be expected to endure this ?

I suggest we take matters into our own hands.

[ Margaret ] Tell me.

What do you have in mind ?

Why pay that greedy attorney millions of dollars... when we can handle the problem ourselves ? Yes ? Yes ?

If Lucky becomes unlucky, the money reverts to us.

All we have to do is change the dog’s name ?

No !

If Lucky has an accident... [ Makes Cutting Sound ] we get all of it back.

Ooh.

It’s too risky.

Before we go that far, let’s get the goods on that phony mutt lover.

Let’s not forget we’re down to our last quarter.

Can I use it for the vibrating bed ?

Please ?

I know it’s strange, but Mr. Windsor was convinced...

I’d know exactly how Lucky wants the money spent.

I’m neat and I’m tidy.

I eat the normal stuff at the normal times.

There’s nothing fancy about me. I think you’ll find I am just a normal--

[ Whooshing Sound ]

What ? What ?

What did you say ? I beg your pardon ?

You said something about going outside.

Outside ? No.

You. No.

Oh. What was I saying ?

You said you were normal and-- Normal.

That’s right. I am perfectly normal and--

If you gotta go, you gotta go. Don’t let me stop you. What ?

You just said-- I didn’t say anything.

Are you sure ? I think I’d know.

Then you ? Nothing !

[ Barks ] Oh, no !

Wh-What is it ?

He just--

I just-- Aah !

Do you know what this means ? Yes.

The dog wants to go outside. How did you know that ?

Because dogs always make those whining noises when they want to go out.

Oh... right. [ Chuckles ]

I’m a dog therapist. I know that.

Uh, will you excuse us for just a minute ?

Can I talk to you ?

I’m hearing you inside my head.

- And you can understand me, too, can’t you ? [ Barks ]

Why didn’t you tell me when we first met at the office ?

[ Barks ] Maybe I wasn’t listening, but I had a lot on my mind.

He’s talking to the dog. It’s very strange.

You don’t understand. After all these years, it’s come back. Why now ?

I knew this setup was too good to be true.

[ Barks ] I know you need to go out. Just hold it, will ya ?

Listen, I have been through this before, and it’s no fun for me.

[ Barking ]

All right, slow down, will ya ? I haven’t done this since I was a kid.

[ Whining ] Wait a minute.

This could be worse than I thought.

All right, listen. I’ve got to ask you something.

This is very important, so think it through carefully.

What’s your personality like ? Do you get overexcited easily ?

All right. You don’t strike me as the type that gets too hyper, and that’s good... because it’s very important to stay calm.

Whatever you do, you don’t want to get too emotional.

Now, tail-wagging is acceptable in moderation.

An occasional outbreak of barking or a token growl is fine too.

You just don’t want to get too excited because it’s bad.

It’s real bad.

Why is it bad ? You don’t wanna know.

People might think I’m nuts.

He’s definitely nuts. [ Barking ]

All right already. I heard you the first two times.

You wanna go out, we’ll go out.

Come on.

And don’t think you’re gonna be barking out orders at me, either.

That’s not how it’s gonna work around here. Are you listening to me ?

Come on ! It’s the same spot you circled three times now !

Don’t you recognize it yet ?

Sorry. I didn’t mean to throw off your concentration.

Oh, that’s the spot, huh ? Great !

I think you made a fine choice.

What ?

For crying out loud, I’m not watching ! I’m waiting.

[ Growls ]

All right, no problem.

I guess I wouldn’t want to be watched, either.

[ Barking ]

Are you finished ? Hello ?

[ Barking ]

What ?

A bone ?

All right, calm down. It’s just a bone. Stay calm.

Lucky, just relax, will ya ?

Hey, come on. I thought you said you didn’t get excited that easily.

Oh ! Oh, no !

No ! No ! No !

[ Lucky Barking ]

Oh. What in the world ?

Excuse me.

Excuse me !

Are you sure you’re all right ?

Fine, fine. Just lookin’ for a bone. [ Stammering ]

What ? A bone, a bone.

I need to find a bone. I buried a big, juicy bone here a few nights ago.

I can’t remember where it is. It’s driving me crazy.

I can smell it.

I know it’s in here. I can taste it too.

[ Barks ] Hold the phone. This could be gravy.

Hallelujah ! It’s still got some meat on it !

You need help.

Oh, baby, I could chew on you all night. How dare you !

Oh, come here, you tasty morsel.

[ Screaming ]

[ Lucky Barking ] [ Maid Screaming ]

[ Barking Continues ] [ Sighs ]

[ Barking Continues ]

[ Growling ]

I think he’s dangerous.

I knew it. The guy’s a fruitcake.

[ Barking Continues ]

[ Glass Shattering, Growling ]

[ Growling Continues ]

He is one sick puppy.

Excuse me.

I just wanted to let you know that we’re leaving now.

It’s nothing personal, but I think you might be possessed by the devil... or something, so we’re just going to go now.

[ Barking ]

[ Excited Chattering ]

[ Howling ] [ Barking ]

[ Fly Buzzing ]

[ Buzzing Continues ]

[ Groans ]

Oh, my head.

Yech !

Shoe. No wonder.

Lucky, wake up. We gotta talk.

Hey, look at this place.

Look at you. Look at me !

[ Sighs ] What did we do last night, raid the city dump ?

Don’t even answer that. What did I get myself into ?

All right, listen. This is not gonna go on like this.

You understand ? You have got to concentrate on not getting excited, and behaving yourself.

You got it ? [ Growls ]

All right, then.

Sixty-four million dollars.

Just keep reminding yourself of that. [ Calvin Clears Throat ]

I hate to interrupt. Uh, good morning.

’Morning.

So, you, uh, talk to the dog, huh ?

Yes, I do.

And he understands you.

I’m afraid so.

And you understand him. That’s right.

Okay. I see.

I’ve known old Lucky here for a few years.

Why don’t you ask him why he chewed up my brand-new Italian leather gloves last week ?

I’d really like to know that.

[ Jack ] Well ?

He says he couldn’t resist. He loves Italian food.

Is that so ?

Well, I guess they would be pretty tasty at that.

Why don’t you clean yourself up ? I’ll make us a pot of coffee.

Thanks. Mm-hmm.

[ Sighs ] Look at this stuff.

Man. What are you, a walking garbage can ? Huh ?

So, uh, how weird did things get last night ?

Let’s just say, for the first time in my life I locked by bedroom door... and slept with my light on.

That bad, huh ? You wanna tell me... what’s goin’ on here, chief ? Not really.

Okay. Okay, listen.

When Lucky gets excited, when he gets really, really excited, [ Whining ] his personality kind of jumps into me.

And then I kind of become him. [ Barks ]

What ?

You know, it’s kind of like, like... channeling.

You become a dog ?

Cold nose, car chasing, the works.

[ Chuckling ] He expects me to believe this.

What, you think I’m making this up ?

Hey, listen, Calvin, I wouldn’t blame you if you left.

[ Sighs ] I’ve been here 15 years.

I got a good thing goin’ here. It’s home. I want it to stay that way.

But if you keep on pretending to be Lassie, they’re gonna run us out of here quicker than you can say, "Timmy fell down the well."

[ Sighs ]

Can I fix you some breakfast, huh ?

Bacon, eggs ? Kibble ?

No, thanks. I had too much garbage last night.

How ’bout you, fella ? You hungry ?

No. He hasn’t had much of an appetite since the night the old man died.

Here you go, Lucky. Breakfast fit for a king.

You’ve gotta eat, Lucky.

What’s bothering you, pal ?

[ Footsteps ]

Ah, not tonight, Lucky.

It’s the coldest night of the year.

[ Chuckles ] You know just how to get to me, don’t you, boy ?

All right, all right. Come on, come on.

[ Barking ] All right, let’s go.

[ Thunderclaps ] No, boy, not too fast.

You’re going too fast for me, Lucky.

Wait a minute. You’ll be okay on your own.

Yeah. Okay, boy. Go ahead.

Have fun.

[ Thunderclaps ] [ Groaning ]

[ Barking ]

Lucky, it wasn’t your fault. He was an old man !

I know you miss him, but sooner or later you’ve gotta let him go.

Look, just try to remember the good times you had together.

Like going for walks and riding in the car.

Those are the things he left behind for you.

That’s what you have to hold on to.

In the meantime, you’ve gotta eat.

I know. You need a change of scenery.

What do you say we go someplace ?

[ Barks ] You like that idea, huh ? Where do you want to go ?

What ? You wanna go where ?

Oh, no, not the mall.

[ Barking ] Okay. All right, all right.

Ahem.

We’ve decided to go to the mall. The mall ?

Okay. Well... I’ll bring the car around.

[ Barking ]

All right. Just don’t get yourself all worked up.

We’re going to the mall. Just stay calm.

Calm. Calm.

Oh, boy ! Oh, boy ! Oh, boy ! Oh, boy! We’re goin’ for a ride !

I love to ride in the car.

Come on, Lucky.

I apologize if you’re not, but are you, by any chance, the dog right now ?

I’m covered in fur, aren’t I ? Who else would I be ? Come on, let’s roll !

Oh, hold it ! Hold it ! Serious itch comin’ on.

Ooh, baby !

Oh, baby !

Oh, Suzanna ! Oh, honey, come on. Bring it on home.

[ Sighs ] That’s better.

Ever get one right behind the ear ?

That can drive you crazy.

Hey, what are we waitin’ for ?

Let’s get this bucket on the road !

I’m gonna need a lot more money for this gig. I can see that right now.

[ Jack Barking ]

[ Barking Continues ]

[ Wicked Laugh ] Oh, look at him ! He’s better than we could hope for.

[ Both Barking ]

He’s a total maniac ! Yeah !

Get close to the limousine so we can get him on tape.

Hurry up ! Stop it ! I know what I’m doing.

Are you getting this on video ? Every bark of it.

Oh, my own man, my own ship !

Hurry up, stupid. He’s getting away.

Will you stop telling me how to drive ? You don’t even have a license.

And don’t call me stupid. You keep that up, I’m gonna scream !

Look out !

[ Margaret ] Now you’ve done it, Lyle. Well, it was your fault !

At least we have that raving idiot on videotape.

Oh, no. I forgot to put a videotape in this thing.

[ Margaret ] You what ? He’s coming. Go, go, go !

Go, go, go, go !

[ Man ] Come back here ! Hey !

[ Horn Honking ] Come on !

[ Margaret ] Well, we’ve lost them.

It’s time to stop pussyfooting around.

Don’t you think it’ll look a tad suspicious if something happens to the dog so soon ?

I pulled it off the first time, didn’t I ?

We’ll break into the house and get the mutt tonight.

This time next week, we’ll be sleeping in our own beds.

Everybody in sync ?

Maybe I could make a deal with him.

The dog ?

No ! Our Mr. Morgan.

Oh.

I’ll use my irresistible charm.

Right.

Stop that. Stop that !

Gotta chew. Gotta chew. Ooh. Hmm ?

There’s Happy Pups in the glove compartment. Ooh ! Happy Pups.

All right, all right. All right ! All right already. Happy Pups.

Here, here.

[ Groaning ]

[ Groaning ] Wow. What just happened ?

You took another little trip to the rubber kennel.

Man, we gotta figure out a way to keep Lucky from getting so excited.

Hmph. Whatever you say, boss.

[ Car Phone Ringing ]

Hello. Yes, he is. Yes, he is, Miss Kent. Just a minute.

Remember, you be careful or you’re gonna blow it for both of us. Yeah.

Hello, Alison. Hi. How are ya ?

Sure, I’d love to sign some more papers, but now we’re on our way to the mall.

Why don’t you just meet us there ?

Your daughter ? I didn’t know you had--

Bring her along. Yeah.

Well, we’re going to the pet store. Where else is a dog gonna shop ?

I hate to break it to you, Lucky, but dogs just don’t buy furniture.

I mean, a new dish maybe, or a studded collar.

[ Barks ] It does look comfortable, but--

I don’t need to try it.

It’s your money. If you really like it, go ahead and buy it.

[ Barking ] All right, all right. I’ll try it.

Relax. Remember, you’ve got to stay cool.

[ Sighs ] Ooh, you’re right. This is nice.

And the leather doesn’t rub your fur the wrong way.

Get the dog off the sofa, please.

Oh, sorry. But he insists on checking it out before we buy it.

It happens to be our finest model. $5,000.

What ? Five grand for a sofa ?

[ Barking ] Are you sure ?

[ Barking ]

[ Jack ] Whatever you say.

We’ll take it. [ Barks ]

And that one.

And that one. [ Barking ]

And the two red ones over by the door.

Oh. Very well. We can make delivery next week.

No, I’m sorry.

He wants them tomorrow or the deal’s off.

[ Sighs ] Would a 10:00 delivery be satisfactory ?

Come on, make up your mind, Lucky.

Great ! We’ll take a pair of these too.

[ Mouthing Words ] Enough. That’s plenty.

Hey, here’s a nice one. Soft, squeaky.

Why don’t you give it a test chew, see what you think ?

Too squeaky ? Fine.

Ooh, here’s something no home should be without. A green lamb chop.

What do you think ?

Nah. I didn’t like it, either.

Ooh, look at this ! Cheese-filled, smoky-flavored.

Ooh ! How ’bout one of these ? [ Barking ]

Two of ’em ? Okay. [ Barking ]

All of ’em ? All right.

I should taste-test this stuff myself because I’ll probably end up chewing on most of it.

Now what ?

Okay, this shopping spree is officially over.

Come on.

[ Barks ]

May I have him, Mom ? I’ll take care of him. I promise.

It’s not that easy, honey. An apartment’s no place for a puppy.

He needs a yard to play in.

So let’s move back to the house with Dad. He has a yard and everything.

Nicole, you know we can’t do that.

Hi ! Oh, what a cute puppy !

Did I say the wrong thing ?

We don’t have room for a puppy ’cause my dad got the house.

Nicole !

Not married.

He likes me. What’s his name ? Lucky.

And I’m Jack. You know, I bet Lucky would love it if you came over to play.

Really ? Can I, Mom ? We’ll see, honey.

You hear that, Lucky ? We’re gonna be friends.

There you go. You got him ? [ Barking ]

Thanks. That was really sweet. Oh, sure !

Any friend of Lucky’s is a friend of mine.

I have some documents I need you to sign. Oh, no "problemo."

All right. Okay. Right here.

[ Jack ] All righty. Right here on the dotted line ?

[ Alison ] Yep, right there. Great. [ Barks ]

[ Barking ]

[ Growling ]

You don’t like cats ? Huh ?

Mom, Lucky wants to leave ! Have time for a little walk ?

Sure. Hold on, Nick. We’re coming.

The last time I spent an afternoon just hanging out at the mall...

I was still living in Nebraska.

Nebraska ? What was your other entertainment option ?

Tipping over the neighbor’s cow ?

For your information, there’s a lot of fun things to do in the Midwest. Yeah ?

My sisters, my cousins, we’d all hang out.

My mom used to call us the seven musketeers.

Wow, there’s seven of you ? It must seem real quiet with just you and Nicole.

Quiet’s okay. But I think she’s missing out on something really special.

Being from a big family, there’s just always someone there for you. Always.

Thanks for the ride, Jack. You’re welcome ! I love trains.

[ Jack ] When I was little, I always wanted to be an engineer.

[ Alison ] You know, for a bachelor, you’re pretty good with kids.

Oh ! Well, thanks. I guess I do have a sensitive side.

I mean, I’m not one of those guys that cries at the drop of a hat.

But I do like kids... and girls too !

In fact, listen, Alison, would you ever consider-- [ Sniffing ]

[ Sniffing ] [ Sniffing ]

Won ton chicken ! Excuse me ?

Pork ! [ Sniffing ]

Sweet and sour pork ! What ?

I can smell it. I can smell it. It’s near, it’s near !

Yeah, it’s probably over at Won Ton Tommy’s.

Yee-haw !

They must be pretty hungry.

I, I guess so, honey.

Come on, let’s go.

[ Both Barking ]

Gotta have more. More !

Table scraps ! Table scraps. I love it, I love it.

[ Excited Chattering ]

What is all this ? Are they remodeling the place ?

It looks like he bought the whole stupid town.

[ Reuben ] He’s having steaks delivered. Tons of them !

What ? Give me those.

[ Margaret ] Hundreds of chew toys. I don’t believe this.

Now is the time to make my move.

How many dogs you got here anyway ? Just one.

But he and the dog have a very... special relationship.

Just go pile this up with the rest of the stuff.

Admit it. You overdid it. Now, where are we supposed to put all this stuff ?

Lucky, come on, come on. Can’t you wait till dinnertime ?

Yoo-hoo ! Hello there.

My dear boy, please allow me to apologize for my behavior the other day.

Say you forgive me. Okay, yeah, sure.

You can’t imagine how distraught I was... over the sudden passing of my beloved uncle.

[ Sighs ]

But you seem like a reasonable young man. Uh-huh.

Good ! Then we can discuss business.

[ Jackhammer Hammering ]

What on earth are you doing to this house ?

We’re tearing out the marble floors.

You’re what ? It was Lucky’s idea, not mine.

That is carerra marble imported from Naples, hand-carved and polished !

Yeah, but you should try running on it.

Your paws slip all over the place, especially if you’re taking a really sharp turn.

I see.

Ah, do you mind if I ask what you intend to replace it with ?

Watch it, lady.

AstroTurf.

[ Screams, Laughs ]

But of course !

Where were we ?

Oh, yes, business.

I was thinking, perhaps there’s a way we could both profit.

Would you look at that ? What ?

Bones !

Beef-basted, meaty, mammoth, crunchy, munchy, grade-A certified bones !

My goodness. Get ahold of yourself.

You know what I’m gonna do with those bones, don’t you ?

Bury ’em ! But why ?

Duh ! So I can dig ’em up again.

That seems rather silly, doesn’t it ?

You don’t understand, do you ? You never did.

You gotta dig ’em up ! Think about it.

It’s 2:00 in the morning, and you’ve got nothing to do.

All of a sudden, you remember... there’s a bone buried in the yard.

I can dig it up and chew it to pieces. [ Whimpering ]

You’re nothing but a dirty, filthy, disgusting young man. [ Barking ]

What did you say ? Stay away from me.

There’s something I’ve always wanted to do. [ Barking ]

I’m warning you. [ Snarling ]

[ Screaming ]

[ Ripping Sound ]

Well ?

Did you make a deal with him ? Not exactly.

What happened ? Let’s just say he is a very disturbed young man.

All right then, we’re gonna do it my way.

And I’m gonna really enjoy planning this one. Let’s go.

[ Door Closes ]

I’ll see if everything’s ready.

Okay, just wait here a minute, all right ?

Calvin, you ready ? Oh, yes, it’s all done.

Shh ! I hope he likes it.

I gotta tell you. I’m having a ball watching him throw Windsor’s money around.

That’s the way a dog is when he’s free to do whatever he wants. Reckless abandon.

Hey, Calvin, listen.

I really appreciate you keeping all my little... freak-outs a secret.

I just don’t want anyone to know about this, especially not Mr. Windsor’s attorney, Miss Kent, all right ?

No problem. Thanks.

All right, Lucky, come on. Time to play.

Come on in. Come on.

It’s all yours !

Look what we set up for you. Your very own sidewalk cafe.

With today’s special, leg of moose.

[ Calvin ] You’ve made your mark, Lucky.

[ Calvin ] Cold cuts, hot dogs, lamb chops, pork chops, roast beef and burgers.

Kibble by the carload !

[ Jack ] Lip-smackin’, liver-flavored candy.

Gum balls that make their own gravy.

How ’bout a couple barrels full of low-cal chew toys ?

Well, what do you think ? Wait’ll you see the rest of the stuff.

Wow ! Look at this ! Look at this !

Wait till you see this. Ohh, wow !

Hey, Lucky, look at this.

[ Laughing ]

Lucky, looks like you hit the jackpot !

Come on, Lucky, get him, get him. [ Meowing ]

You still miss Mr. Windsor, don’t ya ?

It’ll be all right, fella.

We’ll get through this together, all right ?

It’s just gonna take some time.

Right now I am pooped. I am going to bed.

I had no idea taking care of a pile of money could be so exhausting.

Whoa !

[ Sighs ] Hey ! Whatcha doin’, Lucky ?

Oh... looks like he wants to play.

That just figures. We’ve got thousands of dollars worth of toys in here, and he wants to play with a sock.

All right.

All right, come on, come on. I’m gonna get it ! I’m gonna get it !

All right, Lucky, we’ll play again tomorrow, okay ?

I’m beat. I’ll catch you in the morning, Calvin. Okay. Good night, Jack.

[ Jack ] All right. Good night, Lucky. [ Barking ]

What ?

[ Barking ]

No, no, no, no. We are not starting that.

[ Barking ]

No means "no."

Oh, all right. But only for tonight.

[ Panting ]

[ Margaret ] This is the last time I send you to buy disguises !

You have no sense of taste or style.

It’s all that we could afford. Would you just shut up and get out of the car ?

Go ! Out of the way.

Move !

[ Lyle ] Psst. Psst !

"We don’t need a ladder, Margaret. It’ll be easy to climb the fence."

Shh ! They’re gonna hear us. Remind me to kill you when I get down from here.

It’s diet time for you, Margaret.

[ Grunts, Groans ]

Ow ! Ohhh !

[ Whispering ]

Hey, what about me ?

Open that.

He’s gonna cut the alarm and the phones.

Hurry.

All right. Now this is gonna take all the lights out.

Shh ! You will wake up the entire neighborhood !

Will you get that light outta my face ?

Follow me.

[ Margaret Whispering ] Oh, it’s hideous.

It’s one big canine nightmare. I actually kind of like the carpet.

Shh ! Attention !

All right, check your weapons.

Remember, this dart has got enough sedative in it to knock this mutt out cold.

We’re gonna shoot him and then we’re gonna drag him out of here. All right ?

She has no camouflage on.

You have-- Oh !

Here. Do I have to ?

[ Toy Squeaks ]

I’m sorry.

Get with the program.

[ Shoots Dart ] [ Air Whistling ]

Oh, I thought I got him.

[ Squeaking Sound ]


Ow ! Ow, ow.

Ow !

Lyle, what are you doing under there ? I was hiding !

[ Chattering ]

Get up, get up ! We have work to do.

Fine. I’ll be-- Ooh !

Fine.

If this is his idea of decorating, we ought to put a dart in him.

[ Indistinct Sound ]

Oooh ! Oh, oh. Oh. Oh, oh !

Whoa ! Oh ! Oh !

Wake up, wake up, Lucky. Did you hear that ?

[ Yelling ] Let’s go check it out.

You have to watch where you aim that thing.

Oh, let’s just get out of here.


[ Whispering ] There’s someone in the house.

Push the emergency button on the alarm system. I tried. It’s dead.

9-1-1 ? The phones are out too.

Come on, you go downstairs. Lucky and I will cover the upstairs.

All right ? Here, you’re gonna need something to protect yourself.

What am I supposed to do with this thing ? Hit ’em with the dry end.

Let’s go.

[ Gasps ]


[ Gasps ] [ Gasps ]

Will you stop sneaking up on people ?

I was here first.

Follow me.


[ Shoots Dart ] [ Margaret Screams ]

You cretins ! Margaret, I thought you were the dog.

[ Growling, Barking ]

That’s him ! Shoot him ! Shoot him ! Get him, get him.

I need a dart. [ Gun Clicks ] I’ve got to reload.

As usual, I’m the only one here man enough to do the job.

All right, everybody, freeze !

I missed. [ Barking ]

[ Growling ]

[ Both Barking ]

[ Screaming ]

[ Lucky Barking ] [ Screaming ]

[ Barking ]

[ Both Barking ]

[ Screams ]

[ Both Barking ]

Hey, Jack ! Off. Snap out of it.

Come on ! Jack, come on !

I’m gonna go next door and call the cops.

I know who it was. Windsor’s creepy relatives.

Did you see them ? No, it was too dark.

Then how’d you know it was them ?

[ Detective ] You smelled them ?

[ Jack ] That’s right. Excuse me ?

Detective, you’re just gonna have to take my word for it. I know their scent.

What ? Cologne ? A cigar ? What exactly did you smell ?

Never mind. You’ll never believe me.

Send them in.

Well, we’ve thought about your proposal and... we’re willing to take you up on it.

Well ! The case is more complicated than I thought.

So my price is going up. It’s now 50 percent.

Fifty percent ? That’s almost half.

You’re a low-life opportunist.

Yes !

And I have a law degree to prove it.

[ Jack ] Set ! Hike !

Go long, go long !

Touchdown ! Whoo ! Nice catch !

[ Doorbell Rings ]

Hi ! Hi.

You remodeled. Yeah, yeah. We really love how it turned out too.

You do ?

Jack, we have a problem. Where’s the TV ? Ah, it’s right in here.

What’s up ? The local news. And you’re not gonna like it.

[ TV Reporter ] Windsor’s heirs claim their uncle was mentally unstable... at the time he wrote his will, which made Lucky the richest dog in the world.

Not only did he leave the dog millions of dollars, but he appointed a dog psychic as trustee.

In our suit against the estate, we allege that the dog psychic, Jack Morgan, is himself mentally incompetent and may have taken advantage of the elderly Mr. Windsor.

Keep in mind that this young man...

That’s not true ! not only represents himself as a dog therapist, but also claims he can read dogs’ minds.

That’s right. He’s either a con man or a lunatic.

- Hardly the type of individual responsible to serve as trustee. Oh, boy.

Yeah. And... what he said.

There you have it. One of the strangest cases we’ve seen in a long time.

A bitter battle that can best be described as dog-eat-dog.

Reporting live-- I did not take advantage of Mr. Windsor.

Relax. Okay ? I saw this coming.

Whenever there’s this much money involved, there’s always a dispute.

What are we supposed to do ? We go to court.

They say you’re nuts, we say prove it.

Well, can they ? Of course not.

Not unless there’s something you’re not telling me. is there ?

No. Are you sure ?

Because I’ll fight for you, Jack.

But you’ve gotta tell me everything before we get to court.

You know what I know.

Okay. Bring ’em on.

[ Mooney ] So I walked into his office, and there he is... asleep.

And where was your dog ?

Up on the desk eating a sandwich.

Mr. Mooney, why did you and your wife bring your dog to Mr. Morgan ?

Because he was eating too much.

[ Gallery Laughing ]

He and the dog were digging in the dirt looking for bones, barking and howling, with him talking to the dog like he understood every word.

Then what happened ?

You mean, after he made improper advances toward me ?

Yes. [ Woman ] He chewed up the furniture.

Tore apart the cushions, the pillows.

Everything ! The dog did that ?

Both of them did that.

When I got there, he was headfirst in the garbage can. The dog too.

Mmmmm !

And what was Mr. Morgan doing in the garbage can ?

I don’t know. But when I pulled him out, he had a hot dog in his mouth.

[ Gallery Laughing ]

[ Gavel Banging ]

It’s a simple question, Mr. Bridges.

You live at the mansion.

Surely you’ve observed Mr. Morgan’s conduct. I like to keep to myself.

Are you saying that you’ve never seen Jack Morgan exhibit unusual behavior ?

Depends on what you mean by unusual. Very well.

Would you describe Mr. Morgan as normal ?

There’s all kinds of normal.

Mr. Bridges !

Have you seen Jack Morgan act like a dog ?

I’m afraid you’ll have to answer the question.

Okay. Yes.

On occasion. [ Pfister ] Now we’re getting somewhere !

Details, Mr. Bridges.

Details. This could take some time.

As a practicing dog therapist, you claimed you could actually read dogs’ minds, isn’t that correct ?

Yes. And when you made that claim to your clients, was it the truth ?

No.

But when I was younger, I actually could read my dog’s mind.

And for some reason, I can read Lucky’s mind.

Of course you can !

With millions of dollars in your control, suddenly the old power comes back. What a coincidence.

Objection. Overruled. But move it along, Counselor.

Let’s get this straight.

You were lying before, but now you’re telling the truth, right ?

That’s right. I’m through lying.

Let’s be clear about this. You claim you can read Lucky’s thoughts.

Isn’t that correct ?

That’s right.

Well, that’s very interesting.

What’s on his mind now ?

Your shoes.

[ Gallery Laughing ] My shoes ?

Oh, yeah, he loves to chew on leather. It’s his favorite.

Yes, very clever. Very clever, indeed.

I’m sure you had lots of clever answers for the elderly Mr. Windsor... when he came to you in earnest, believing you could actually help him.

Objection. Sustained.

No more questions.

You may step down, Mr. Morgan.

[ Margaret ] It was a harmless visit.

I simply intended to reminisce, to have one last look, to feel the presence of my dear, departed uncle.

And then, then... that monster... turned violent and cruel. [ Whispering ]

I can’t go on.

I know this is difficult.

What did he do ?

He chased me off the property, the home I once cherished.

Galloping on all fours, howling like a beast.

[ Pfister ] Then what ?

Then... he attacked me.

He attacked you ?

Mm-hmm. With his fists ?

No.

How then ?

With his teeth !

[ Pfister ] Ladies and gentlemen, I offer this torn and tattered skirt to the court, plain and simple evidence... of the true mental depravity... of Mr. Jack Morgan.

[ Barks ]

[ Barks ]

When did you plan on telling me about your mental condition ? It’s not a mental condition.

I’m your attorney, Jack. You’re supposed to tell me everything.

I didn’t want you to think I was crazy.

Now I know you’re crazy.

So, what do we do ? We go back in that courtroom and take our licks.

You lose it all, and I move to a city where they’ve never heard about this case.

Wait a minute. You’re giving up ? It’s over, Jack.

The relatives get everything, including Lucky.

What ? No.

No way. They can have the money, but they can’t have Lucky.

It doesn’t work that way, Jack.

Alison, I can’t leave Lucky with those vultures.

He won’t last a week.

Put me on the stand. I can prove I’m not crazy. How ?

There’s something else I haven’t told you about yet.

I can sort of channel Lucky. I know it’s weird, but it’s true.

What are you talking about ?

Alison, the dog’s voice will come out of my mouth.

You’re kidding. I wish I was. Alison, you’ve gotta believe me.

What will he say ?

I don’t have the slightest clue.

[ Judge ] Ms. Kent, will you call your next witness ?

Your Honor, with the court’s permission, we are prepared to demonstrate conclusively... that Jack Morgan can, in fact, read Lucky’s mind.

This oughta be interesting. This is a waste of the court’s time.

Afraid of the truth, Mr. Pfister ? [ Pfister Laughs ]

No. But you have failed to produce one witness to support his claims.

If you can bring one person into this courtroom... who believes Jack Morgan can read this dog’s mind, I’ll agree to a demonstration.

I believe him, Your Honor. Do your stuff, pal.

Jack, will you and Lucky please take the stand ?

All right, Mr. Morgan, please tell the court what Lucky is thinking right now.

I-I’m not sure.

Your Honor. [ Jack ] Wait, wait, wait, wait.

Hey, come on, boy ! What’s the problem ? I’m trying to save our tails !

I know I told you not to get over-excited.

But now’s your chance to really let loose. Lucky, pay attention.

I’m sorry, Your Honor.

I need just another minute. He needs to get worked up and emotional.

I think we’ve seen enough, Your Honor.

This demonstration proves just one thing.

That Jack Morgan will do anything to get his hands on the inheritance.

The Windsor estate rightfully belongs... to his blood relations, not this ignorant dog.

[ Growling ] Jack Morgan... is a phony and a fraud. [ Growling ]

No better than the mindless beasts he claims to communicate with.

[ Barking ]

[ Growling ] [ Lucky Barking ]

[ Growls ] [ Both Barking ]

Calm down, calm down. It’s okay, Lucky. Relax.

Calm down, calm down, boy. Good boy.

Good boy. Calm down. Calm down.

[ Alison ] There you go.

It’s all right, Lucky. Good boy. That’s the spot.

Yeah, yeah, yeah. Whoa, Nellie. That’s the spot.

[ Alison ] Okay, sit up now.

Come on, sit up.

Am I speaking to Lucky now ?

In the fur. What’s up ?

This is just an act.

We’ll just see.

Please, face the jury.

Choose an object, Mr. Pfister. Show it to Lucky.

But do not let Mr. Morgan see it.

Hmm.

What’s this, Lucky ? [ Sniffing ]

Looks like a stolen hotel pen.

Did you take the towels too ?

[ Laughing ]

Nothing but a good guess. Try something else.

Your Honor-- Do it.

[ Sniffing ]

Ooh, chocolate caramel nougat with roasted peanuts. My favorite.

I’m drooling. When’s lunch anyway ?

[ Laughing ]

Extraordinary.

This is outrageous ! What else can you tell us, fella ?

I say we cut to the chase here, Judge.

There’s a very good reason why my master, Mr. Windsor, cut those three out of his will.

They’re pinheads.

Oh, sure, they act like they’re purebreds, but the truth is... they’re the runts of the litter.

Mr. Windsor knew that Jack had something extra going for him, and with my help, he’s starting to learn how to get the best out of life.

Jack’s not crazy.

A little boring maybe, but most two-leggers are.

I don’t know. Maybe you’ve gotta have a life span as short as mine to get this, but you’ve got to enjoy every minute of your life.

It’s the simple things that matter.

The sweet song of a can opener, those precious moments when you catch your own tail.

Enjoy ’em while you can, because you could run out in the street, get hit by a bus at any minute...

[ Barking ] and boom, lights out.

[ Alison ] Lucky ?

Are you okay ?

[ Thunderclaps ]

Not tonight, Lucky. It’s the coldest night of the year.

Ahh, you know just how to get to me, don’t you, boy ?

[ Barks ]

All right, all right. come on. come on.

You’ll be okay on your own. Yeah.

Go ahead, have fun.

[ Groaning ]

[ Alison ] Jack ? Jack. Jack !

Jack !

What did you do with the cup, Lyle ? Huh ?

Lucky doesn’t know what you put in that cup, but I do.

You poisoned the old man, didn’t you ? It was murder.

You killed your uncle ! [ Barks ]

Put the gun down. Put it down. Everybody freeze.

Put the gun down ! Put it down !

Come on, let’s go.

[ Growling ]

[ Gunshot ]

Lucky !

Watch the suit !

What on earth were you thinking of ?

Well, if it had worked, you wouldn’t be complaining.

Come on, Lucky. Hey, buddy, come on.

Hang in there. I need you as much as you need me.

Lucky !

Look, he’s fine ! The bullet just grazed his ear.

Ow !

[ Everyone Laughing ]

Okay, so what’s the big surprise ?

Be patient, be patient.

Mommy, look ! Jack bought me the puppy I wanted.

We’re gonna keep him here at Lucky’s house.

How cute ! It really wasn’t necessary.

I know, but like you said, you want Nicole to feel like she’s part of a big family.

Well, I was hopin’ that... maybe you do too.

We’re here for you, Alison.

All of us.

Lucky finally realized all the dogs at the pet shop were for sale.

Just what we need, more dogs !

Well, pal, you got everything you ever wanted.

Guess the old man knew what he was doing when he named you Lucky.

[ Lucky Barking ]

Yeah, I guess I’m lucky too.

[ Male Singer ] ♪ Togetherness I know it sounds funny ♪

♪ But we’re lucky as lucky can be ♪

♪ Togetherness You’re always on the money ♪

♪ ’Cause you know you got a buddy in me ♪

♪ No matter what they do or say ♪

♪ You’ll never be alone ♪

♪ ’Cause what we got is here to stay ♪

♪ And we’re lucky right down to the bone ♪

♪ Togetherness ♪

♪ The two of us forever we’re together right till the end ♪

♪ The very best ♪

♪ There’s nothing better than to know you’ve found a friend ♪

♪ ’Cause I’ve got you and you’ve got me ♪

♪ There’s no better place to be ♪

♪ We’ll always have the best ♪

♪ Nothing less ♪

♪ Oh, yes ♪

♪ Have we got the best We’ve got togetherness ♪♪