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Long ago, in the faraway land|of ancient Greece...
there was a golden age|of powerful gods...
and extraordinary heroes.
And the greatest and strongest|of all these heroes...
was the mighty Hercules.
But what is the measure|of a true hero?
Ah, that is what our story is...
Will you listen to him?
He's makin' the story|sound like some Greek tragedy.
Lighten up, dude.
We'll take it from here, darling.
You go, girl.
We are the muses...
goddesses of the arts|and proclaimers of heroes.
Heroes like Hercules.
Honey, you mean "Hunk-ules".
Ooh, I'd like to make|some sweet music with him...
Our story actually begins...
long before Hercules...
many eons ago.
{y:i}Back when the world was new
- Whoa!|{y:i}- The planet Earth was down on its luck
{y:i}And everywhere gigantic brutes|{y:i}called Titans ran amok
{y:i}It was a nasty place
{y:i}There was a mess|{y:i}wherever ya stepped
{y:i}Where chaos reigned and earthquakes|{y:i}and volcanoes never slept
Whoo! Say it, girlfriend!
{y:i}And then along came Zeus
{y:i}- He hurled his thunderbolt|{y:i}- He zapped
{y:i}- Locked those suckers in a vault|{y:i}- They're trapped
{y:i}And on his own|{y:i}stopped chaos in its tracks
{y:i}And that's the gospel truth
{y:i}The guy was too "Type A"|{y:i}to just relax
{y:i}- And that's the world's first dish|- Yeah, baby.
{y:i}Zeus tamed the globe|{y:i}while still in his youth
{y:i}Though, honey|{y:i}it may seem impossible
{y:i}That's the gospel truth
{y:i}On Mount Olympus life was neat
{y:i}And smooth as sweet vermouth
{y:i}Although, honey|{y:i}it may seem impossible
{y:i}That's the gospel truth
{y:i}- Ah, ah|{y:i}- Ah
{y:i}- Ah, ah|{y:i}- Oh, yeah, yeah
{y:i}- Ah, ah|{y:i}- Hey, hey, hey
{y:i}- Ah, ah|{y:i}- Hey, yeah
Behave yourself.
Oh, look at this.
Look how cute he is.
Hah! Oh, he's strong...
like his dad, hmm?
Whoa! Excuse me!|Hot stuff coming through!
Excuse me.|One side, Ares.
Why, Hermes, they're lovely.
Yeah, you know, I had Orpheus|do the arrangement.
Isn't that too nutty?
Fabulous party. You know, I haven't|seen this much love in a room...
since Narcissus discovered himself.
Dear, keep those|away from the baby.
Oh, he won't hurt himself.
Let the kid have a little fun.
On behalf of my son,|I want to thank you all...
for your wonderful gifts!
What about our gift, dear?
Well, let's see here.|We'll take... Hmm, yes.
A little cirrus and, uh, hmm,|a touch of nimbostratus...
and a dash of cumulus.
His name is Pegasus...
and he's all yours, son.
Mind his head.
He's so tiny.
My boy.
My little Hercules.
How sentimental.
You know, I haven't been|this choked up...
since I got a hunk of moussaka|caught in my throat!
So is this an audience|or a mosaic?
Hey, how you doin'?|Lookin' good. Nice dress.
So, Hades,|you finally made it.
How are things|in the underworld?
Well, they're just fine. You know,|a little dark, a little gloomy.
And, as always,|hey, full of dead people.
What are you gonna do? Ah!|There's the little sunspot.
Little snootchie. And here is a sucker|for the little sucker.
Eh? Here you go.|You just...
Uh, powerful little tyke.
Come on, Hades. Don't be such a stiff.|Join the celebration!
Hey. Love to, babe...
but unlike you gods|lounging about up here...
I regrettably|have a full-time gig...
that you, by the way,|so charitably bestowed on me, Zeus.
So, can't.|Love to, but can't.
You ought to slow down.|You'll work yourself to death.
Hah! Work yourself to death!
Oh, I kill myself!
If only. If only.
If there's one god you don't want|to get steamed up, it's Hades.
'Cause he had an evil plan.
{y:i}He ran the underworld
{y:i}But thought the dead|{y:i}were dull and uncouth
{y:i}He was as mean|{y:i}as he was ruthless
{y:i}And that's the gospel truth
{y:i}He had a plan|{y:i}to shake things up
{y:i}And that's the gospel truth
Coming,|your most lugubriousness. Ow!
- Panic!|- Oh, I'm sorry. I can handle it!
- Pain! Oh!|- And Panic!
Reporting for duty!
Fine, fine, fine. Just let me know|the instant the Fates arrive.
Oh. They're here.
What? The Fates are here,|and you didn't tell me?
We are worms!|Worthless worms!
Memo to me, memo to me:|maim you after my meeting.
Darling, hold that mortal's|thread of life...
good and tight.
Ladies.|I am so sorry that I'm...
- Late!|- We knew you would be.
We know everything.
- Past.|- Present.
And future.
Indoor plumbing.|It's gonna be big.
Great, gr... Anyway, see, ladies, I|was at this party and I lost track of...
- We know!|- Yeah. I know you know.
So here's the deal. Zeus...
Mr High and Mighty, Mr "Hey, You,|Get Off Of My Cloud,"... now he has...
- A bouncing baby brat.|- We know!
I know you know!|I know. I got it.
I got the concept.|So let me just ask:
is this kid gonna mess up|my hostile takeover bid, or what?
- What do you think?|- Oh, no you don't.
We're not supposed|to reveal the future.
Oh, wait. I'm sorry.|Time out. Can I...
Can I ask you a question by the way?|Are you...
Did you cut your hair or something?|You look fabulous.
I mean, you look like a Fate|worse than death.
Oh, gross!
Yech! It's blinkin'!
Ladies, please.|My fate...
is in your lovely hands.
- Oh.|- Oh, all right.
In 18 years precisely...
the planets will align...
ever so nicely.
Ay, verse. Oy.
The time to act|will be at hand.
Unleash the Titans,|your monstrous band.
Mm-hmm. Good, good.
Then the once-proud Zeus|will finally fall...
and you, Hades...
will rule all!
Yes! Hades rules!
- A word of caution to this tale.|- Excuse me?
Should Hercules fight,|you will fail.
Okay, fine, fine.|I'm cool. I'm fine.
Pain? Panic?|Got a little riddle for ya.
How do you kill a god?
I do not know!
You can't. They're immortal?
Bingo! They're immortal!
So, first you got to turn|the little sunspot...
- Huh?|- Wha... What is it?
The baby!
Hercules! Oh!
Now we did it!
Zeus is gonna use us|for target practice!
Just hang on to the kid, Panic!
Hurry! Let's just kill the kid|and get it over with, okay?
Here you go, kid.|A little Grecian formula.
Look at that! He's changing.|Can we do it now?
No, no, no. He has to drink|the whole potion.
- Every last drop!|- Who's there?
Alcmene, over here.
Oh, you poor thing.
- Oh, don't cry.|- Is anybody there?
- Now?|- Now.
Oh. Well, he must|have been abandoned.
Amphitryon, for so many years...
we've prayed to the gods|to bless us with a child.
Perhaps they've answered|our prayers.
Perhaps they have.
Help, help, help!
Hades is gonna kill us|when he finds out what happened.
You mean, if he finds out.
Of course he's gonna f...
If. If is good.
It was tragic. Zeus led all the gods|on a frantic search.
But by the time they found the baby,|it was too late.
{y:i}- Young Herc was mortal now|{y:i}- Mmm
{y:i}But since he did not drink|{y:i}the last drop
{y:i}He still retained|{y:i}his godlike strength
{y:i}- So thank his lucky stars|- Tell it, girl.
{y:i}- But Zeus and Hera wept|{y:i}- Ooh, ooh, ooh
{y:i}Because their son|{y:i}could never come home
{y:i}They'd have to watch|{y:i}their precious baby
{y:i}Grow up from afar
{y:i}Though Hades'horrid plan
{y:i}Was hatched before Herc|{y:i}cut his first tooth
{y:i}- Ahh|{y:i}- The boy grew stronger every day
{y:i}And that's the gospel truth
{y:i}The gospel truth
Hercules, slow down!
Look out!
Oops! S-S-Sorry, guys!
- Hey, watch where you're goin'!|- Sunday driver!
Thanks, son.
When old Penelope twisted her ankle|back there, I thought we were done for.
- No problem, Pop.|- Uh, don't-don't-don't unload just yet.
First, I have to finagle|with Phideas.
Oops. Sorry, Penelope.
Now, Hercules, this time,|please just...
I know, I know.
Stay by the cart.
That's my boy.
Oh, my goodness. Whoa!
- Why, thank you.|- No problem.
Why, Hercules! I-I-It's you!
- Let me, let me help you with that.|- No, no, no, no, no. I got it!
I'm fine.|You just run along.
- Are you sure?|- Oh, yes.
Yo! Give it here!
Hey, you need an extra guy?
Uh, sorry, Herc.
Uh, we already got five...
and we want to keep it|an even number.
- Hey, wait a second. Five isn't an ev...|- See ya, Herc.
- What a geek!|- Destructo Boy.
- Maybe we should call him "Jerkules."|- Yeah!
Heads up!
- I-I got it!|- No! Stop!
Uh-oh. Oh, no.
It's okay.
Hey! Whoa!
- Son!|- Hang on, Pop! Be right back!
Oh, my! Oh, no! Don't!|Oh, no, no, no, no!
No, no, no, no, no, no!
Watch out!
Nice catch, Jerkules.
This is the last straw,|Amphitryon!
That boy is a menace!
He's too dangerous|to be around normal people!
He didn't mean any harm.|He's just a kid.
He-He just can't control|his strength.
I'm warning you.|You keep that-that-that...
freak away from here!
Freak! Yeah, go away!
Son, you shouldn't let those things|they said back there get to ya.
But, Pop, they're right.|I-I am a freak.
I-I try to fit in.|I really do.
I just can't.
Sometimes I feel like...
like I really|don't belong here...
like I'm supposed to be|someplace else.
Hercules, son...
I know it doesn't make any sense.
{y:i}I have often dreamed
{y:i}Of a far-off place
{y:i}Where a great, warm welcome|{y:i}will be waiting for me
{y:i}Where the crowds will cheer
{y:i}When they see my face
{y:i}And a voice keeps sayin'|{y:i}this is where I'm meant to be
{y:i}I will find my way
{y:i}I can go the distance
{y:i}I'll be there someday
{y:i}If I can be strong
{y:i}I know every mile
{y:i}Will be worth my while
{y:i}I would go most anywhere|{y:i}to feel like I
Hercules, there's something|your mother and I...
have been meaning to, to tell ya.
But if you found me,|then where did I come from?
Why was I left here?
This was around your neck|when we found you.
It's the symbol of the gods.
This is it! Don't you see?|Maybe they have the answers.
I'll go to the temple of Zeus and...
Ma, Pop...
you're the greatest parents|anyone could have, but...
I-I gotta know.
{y:i}I am on my way
{y:i}I can go the distance
{y:i}I don't care how far
{y:i}Somehow, I'll be strong
{y:i}I know every mile
{y:i}Will be worth my while
{y:i}I would go most anywhere
{y:i}To find where I belong
Oh, mighty Zeus...
please, hear me|and, and answer my prayer.
I need to know:|Who am I?
Wh-Where do I belong?
My boy.|My little Hercules.
Hey, hey, hey.|Hold on, kiddo!
What's your hurry?|After all these years...
is this the kind of hello|you give your father?
Didn't know you had|a famous father, did you?
Look how you've grown.
Why, you've got your mother's|beautiful eyes...
and my strong chin.
- Hah!|- I-I don't understand.
If you're my father,|that would make me a...
A god.
A god. A god!
Hey, you wanted answers,|and by thunder...
you're old enough now|to know the truth.
But why did you leave me on Earth?|Didn't you want me?
Of course we did. Your mother and I|loved you with all our hearts.
But someone stole you from us|and turned you mortal...
and only gods|can live on Mount Olympus.
And you can't do a thing?
I can't, Hercules,|but you can.
R-Really? W-What?|I'll do anything.
Hercules, if you can prove yourself|a true hero on Earth...
your godhood|will be restored.
A true hero. Great!
Uh, exactly how do you become|a true hero?
First, you must seek out Philoctetes,|the trainer of heroes.
Seek out Philoctetes.|Right. I'll...
- Whoa!|- Whoa! Hold your horses!
Which reminds me.
Ha-ha! You probably|don't remember Pegasus...
but you two go way back, son.
Oh, Pegasus!
He's a magnificent horse...
with the brain of a bird.
I'll find Philoctetes,|become a true hero!
That's the spirit!
I won't let you down, Father!|Yee-hah!
Good luck, son.
{y:i}I will beat the odds
{y:i}I can go the distance
{y:i}I will face the world
{y:i}Fearless, proud and strong
{y:i}I will please the gods
{y:i}I can go the distance
{y:i}Till I find my hero's welcome
{y:i}Right where I
Y-You sure|this is the right place?
W-What's the matter, little guy?|You stuck?
- Whoa! Hey, butt out, buddy!|- Ugh!
Girls! Stop! Stop!|Come back! Come back, come back!
Whoa, whoa! Oh, jeez!
Wait! Whoa, whoa, whoa!|Oh, nymphs!
- They can't keep their hands off me.|- Hey!
What's the matter?|You never seen a satyr before?
Uh, no.|Can you help us?
We're looking for someone|called Philoctetes.
- Call me Phil.|- Phil!
- Ow!|- Boy, am I glad to meet you!
I'm Hercules,|and this is Pegasus.
Animals. Disgusting.
I need your help.|I want to become a hero, a true hero.
Sorry, kid.|Can't help ya.
- Wait.|- Whoo!
Uh, sorry. Why not?
Two words: I am retired.
Look, I gotta do this.
Haven't you ever had a dream...
something you wanted so bad|you'd do anything?
Kid, come inside.|I want to show you somethin'.
Watch it! That was part|of the mast of the "Argo".
- The "Argo"?|- Yeah.
Who do you think taught Jason|how to sail? Cleopatra?
I trained|all those would-be heroes.
Odysseus, Perseus, Theseus.|A lot of "yeuseus".
And every single one|of those bums let me down...
flatter than a discus.
None of'em|could go the distance.
And then there was Achilles.
Now there was a guy|who had it all...
the build, the foot speed.
He could jab.|He could take a hit.
He could keep on comin'.
But that "furshlugginer"|heel of his!
He barely gets nicked there once|and kaboom! He's history.
Yeah, I had a dream once.
I dreamed I was gonna train|the greatest hero there ever was.
So great, the gods would hang|a picture of him in the stars...
all across the sky...
and people would say,|"That's Phil's boy."
That's right.
Eh, but dreams are for rookies.
A guy can only take|so much disappointment.
But I'm different|than those other guys, Phil.
I can go the distance.|Come on. I'll show ya.
Jeez. You don't give up, do ya?
Watch this.
Holy Hera.
You know, maybe if I...|No! Snap out of it!
I'm too old to get mixed up|in this stuff again.
But if I don't become|a true hero...
I'll never be able|to rejoin my father Zeus.
Hold it.|Zeus is your father, right?
Zeus, the big guy.|He's your daddy.
Mr Lightning Bolts!|Read me a book, would ya, Da-Da?
Zeus!|"Once upon a time..."
- It's the truth!|- Please!
{y:i}So you wanna be a hero, kid
{y:i}Well, whoop-de-do
{y:i}I have been|{y:i}around the block before
{y:i}With blockheads just like you
{y:i}Each and every one|{y:i}a disappointment
{y:i}Pain for which|{y:i}there ain't no ointment
{y:i}So much for excuses|{y:i}Though a kid of Zeus is
{y:i}Askin'me to jump|{y:i}into the fray
{y:i}My answer is two words
You mean you'll do it?
- You win.|- You won't be sorry, Phil.
- Oh, gods.|- So when do we start? Can we start now?
Oy, vay.
{y:i}I'd given up hope|{y:i}that someone would come
{y:i}A fella who'd ring the bell|{y:i}for once
{y:i}Not the gong
{y:i}The kind who wins trophies
{y:i}Won't settle for low fees
{y:i}At least semipro fees
{y:i}But, no|{y:i}I get the greenhorn
{y:i}I've been out to pasture, pal|{y:i}My ambition gone
{y:i}Content to spend lazy days|{y:i}and to graze my lawn
{y:i}But you need an advisor
{y:i}A satyr, but wiser
{y:i}A good merchandiser|{y:i}and... whoa
{y:i}There goes my ulcer|{y:i}I'm down to one last hope, and I hope
{y:i}It's you
{y:i}Though, kid, you're not|{y:i}exactly a dream come true
{y:i}I trained enough turkeys
- "Who never came through"|- Whoa!
{y:i}You're my one last hope|{y:i}so you'll have to do
Rule number six:|when rescuing a damsel...
always handle with care.
Rule number 95, kid: concentrate!
Rule number 96:
{y:i}Demigods have faced the odds
{y:i}And ended up a mockery
{y:i}Don't believe the stories
{y:i}That you read|{y:i}on all the crockery
{y:i}To be a true hero, kid|{y:i}is a dyin' art
{y:i}Like paintin' a masterpiece
{y:i}It's a work of heart
{y:i}It takes more than sinew
{y:i}Comes down to what's in you
{y:i}You have to continue to grow
Now that's more like it!
{y:i}I'm down to one last shot
{y:i}And my last high note
{y:i}Before that blasted underworld|{y:i}gets my goat
{y:i}My dreams are on you, kid
{y:i}Go make 'em come true
{y:i}Climb that uphill slope
{y:i}Keep pushin' that envelope
{y:i}You're my one last hope
{y:i}And, kid, it's up to
Did you see that?
Next stop, Olympus.
All right.|Just take it easy, champ.
I am ready.|I want to get off this island.
I want to see battles|and monsters.
Rescue some damsels.
You know, heroic stuff.
- Well.|- Aw, come on, Phil!
Well, okay, okay.|You want a road test? Saddle up, kid.
- We're goin' to Thebes!|- Ya-hoo!
- So what's in Thebes?|- A lot of problems.
It's a big, tough town.|Good place to start buildin' a rep.
Sounds like your basic DID...
- Hyah!|- Damsel in distress!
Not so fast, sweetheart.
I swear, Nessus.|Put me down or I'll...
Whoo!|I like 'em fiery!
Now remember, kid.|First, analyse the situation.
Don't just barrel in there|without thinking. Eh?
He's losin' points for this!
- You don't know what you're...|- Halt!
Step aside, two legs.
Pardon me, my good, uh, uh, sir.
I'll have to ask you to release|that young...
- Keep movin', junior.|- lady.
But you... Are-Aren't you|a damsel in distress?
I'm a damsel.|I'm in distress.
I can handle this.|Have a nice day.
Ma'am, I'm afraid you may be too close|to the situation to realize...
Ohhh! What are you doin'?|Get your sword!
Sword. Right, right. Rule number 15:|a hero is only as good as his weapon!
Whoa, whoa, whoa! Hold it! Hold on!|He's gotta do it on his own.
Come on, kid!|Concentrate!
Use your head!
All right!|Not bad, kid!
Not exactly what I had in mind,|but not bad.
Oh, gee, miss.|I'm, I'm really sorry.
- Oh.|- That was dumb.
Excuse me.
Nice work! "Excelente".
Is Wonderboy here for real?
What are you talkin' about?|Of course he's real. Whoa!
And by the way, sweet cheeks.|I'm real too.
Yee-hah! Ya-hoo!
- How was that, Phil?|- Reign it in, rookie.
You can get away with mistakes|like those in the minor decathlons...
but this is the big leagues!
At least I beat him, didn't I?
Next time, don't let your guard down|because of a pair of big goo-goo eyes!
D-oh! It's like I keep tellin' ya.
You gotta stay focused,|and you...
Are you, uh, all right,|Miss, uh...
Megara.|My friends call me Meg.
At least they would|if I had any friends.
So did they give you a name|along with all those rippling pectorals?
Uh, uh, uh, I'm, um, uh...
- Uh, uh...|- Are you always this articulate?
Hercules. My...|My name is Hercules.
Herc... Huh.|I think I prefer Wonderboy.
So, uh, uh... How-how-how'd you|get mixed up with the, uh...
Pinhead with hooves?|Well, you know how men are.
They think "No" means "Yes" and|"Get lost" means "Take me. I'm yours."
Don't worry. Shorty here|can explain it to ya later.
Well, thanks for everything, Herc.
It's been a real slice.
Wait! Um, can we give you a ride?
Uh, I don't think your pinto|likes me very much.
Pegasus? Oh, no.|Don't be silly.
He'd be more than happy to... Ow!
I'll be all right.|I'm a big tough girl.
I tie my own sandals|and everything.
Bye-bye, Wonderboy.
She's somethin'.|Isn't she, Phil?
Yeah, ye... Oh, yeah.|She's really somethin'.
A real pain in the patella!|Earth to Herc!
Come in, Herc!|Come in, Herc!
We got a job to do, remember?
Thebes is still waitin'.
Yeah. Yeah. I know.
Aw, how cute.
A couple of rodents|lookin' for a theme park.
Who you callin' a rodent, sister?
- I'm a bunny!|- A-And I'm his gopher!
I thought I smelled a rat.
- Meg.|- Speak of the devil.
Meg, my little flower, my little bird,|my little nut. Meg.
What exactly happened here?
I thought you were gonna persuade|the river guardian to join my team...
for the uprising, and here I am,|kind of river guardian-less.
I gave it my best shot, but|he made me an offer I had to refuse.
Fine. So instead of subtracting|two years from your sentence...
hey, I'm gonna add two on, okay?
- Give that your best shot.|- Look. It wasn't my fault.
It was this wonderboy, Hercules.
Hercules.|Why does that name ring a bell?
I don't know.|Um, maybe we owe him money?
- What was that name again?|- Hercules.
He comes on with this big,|innocent farm boy routine...
but I could see through that|in a Peloponnesian minute.
Wait a minute. Wasn't Hercules the name|of that kid we were supposed to...
Oh, my gods!|Run for it!
So you took care of him, huh?
Dead as a doornail.
Weren't those your exact words?
This might be|a different Hercules.
Yeah! I mean, Hercules|is a very popular name nowadays!
Remember, like, a few years ago,|every other boy was named Jason...
and the girls|were all named Brittany?
I'm about to rearrange|the cosmos...
and the one schlemiel|who can louse it up...
is waltzing around in the woods!
Wait. Wait, big guy.
- We can still cut in on his waltzing.|- That's right.
And-And at least we made him mortal.|That's a good thing.
Didn't we?
Hmm. Fortunately|for the three of you...
we still have time to correct|this rather egregious oversight.
And this time, no foul-ups.
- Is that all one town?|- One town, a million troubles.
The one and only Thebes.
The Big Olive itself.
If you can make it there,|you can make it anywhere.
Stick with me, kid.|The city is a dangerous place.
- Look where you're goin', numbskull!|- Hey, I'm walkin' here!
See what I mean?|I'm tellin' you. Wackos.
Pita bread. Pita bread.|Get your pita bread here.
- Hey, Mack.|- Whoa, whoa, whoa!
You wanna buy a sundial?
He's not interested, all right?|Come on, kid.
The end is coming!|Can't you feel it?
Yes, yes.|Thank you for the info. Yes.
We'll ponder that for awhile.|Just stare at the sidewalk.
Come on.|Don't make eye contact.
People here are nuts. That's because|they live in a city of turmoil.
Trust me, kid. You're gonna be|just what the doctor ordered.
It was tragic!|We lost everything in the fire.
Everything|except old Snowball here.
Now were the fires|before or after the earthquake?
They were after the earthquake.|I remember.
But before the flood.
Don't even get me started|on the crime rate.
Thebes has certainly|gone downhill in a hurry.
Tell me about it.
It seems like every time|I turn around...
there's some new monster|wreakin' havoc and I...
All we need now|is a plague of locusts.
That's it!|I'm movin' to Sparta!
Excuse me.
It, uh...
seems to me that|what you folks need is a hero.
Yeah, and who are you?
I'm Hercules, and, uh...
I happen to be a hero.
- Is that so?|- A hero!
Have you ever saved|a town before?
Uh, no. Uh, not exactly, but I...
Have you ever reversed|a natural disaster?
Well, uh, no.
Oh, listen to thi... He's just another|chariot chaser. This we need.
That's a laugh.
- Don't you pea brains get it?|- Hmm?
This kid is the genuine article.
Hey, isn't that the goat-man|who trained Achilles?
Watch it, pal.
Yeah, you're right.|Hey, uh, nice job on those heels!
Ya missed a spot!
You... I got your heel|right here!
I'll wipe that stupid grin|off your face! You...
Hey, Phil! Phil! Phil!
What are you, crazy? Sheesh.
Young man, we need|a professional hero...
not an amateur.
Well, wait. Stop!
How am I supposed|to prove myself a hero...
if nobody|will give me a chance?
You'll get your chance.
You just need some kind|of catastrophe or disaster.
Please. Help! Please!|There's been a terrible accident!
- Meg?|- Speakin' of disasters.
Wonderboy! Hercules!
- Thank goodness.|- Wha-Wha-What's wrong?
Oh! Outside of town.
Two little boys.|Th-They were playing in the gorge.
Th-There was this rock slide,|a terrible rock slide.
- They're trapped!|- Kids? Trapped?
Phil, this is great!
You're really choked up|about this, aren't ya?
- Come on!|- No, I... You don't under...
I, I have this terrible fear|of heights!
I'm right behind ya, kid! Whoo!
I'm way behind ya, kid.
I got a fur wedgie.
- Are you okay?|- I'll be fine.
Just get me down|before I ruin the upholstery.
Help! I can't breathe!
- Hurry!|- Get us out!
We're suffocating!
Somebody call IX-I-I!
Easy, fellas.|You'll be all right.
We can't last much longer!
Get us out before we get crushed!
- How you boys doin'?|- We're okay now.
Jeepers, mister.|You're really strong.
Well, just try to be a little|more careful next time, okay, kids?
We sure will.
Stirring performance, boys.
I was really moved.
"Jeepers, mister"?
I was going for innocence.
And, hey, two thumbs way,|way up for our leading lady.
What a dish.|What a doll.
Get outta there, ya big lug,|while ya still can.
Phil, I-I did great.
They even applauded. Sort of.
Huh! I hate|to burst your bubble, kid...
but that ain't applause.
Ph-Ph-Ph-Phil?|What do you call that thing?
Two words:
Let's get ready to rumble!
That's it. Dance around!|Dance around!
Watch the teeth! Watch the teeth!|Keep going. Come on. Come on.
Lead with your left.|Lead with your left. Your other left!
All right! All right!|You're bad! Okay!
See, Phil?|That... That wasn't so hard.
Kid, kid, kid.|How many horns do you see?
- Six?|- Eh, close enough.
Let's get you cleaned up.
Guys, guys, relax.|It's only halftime.
That doesn't sound good. [CUT]
Definitely not good!
Will you forget|the head-slicing thing?
Phil, I don't think we covered this one|in basic training!
My favourite part of the game:
sudden death.
Oh. There goes another one.
Just like Achilles.
set, match.
Phil, you gotta admit.
That was pretty heroic.
Ya did it, kid! Ya did it!|Ya won by a landslide!
Hades mad.
Well, what do you know?
From that day forward,|our boy Hercules could do no wrong.
He was so hot,|steam looked cool.
{y:i}Oh, yeah
{y:i}Bless my soul|{y:i}Herc was on a roll
{y:i}Person of the week|{y:i}in every Greek opinion poll
{y:i}- What a pro|{y:i}- Herc could stop a show
{y:i}Point him at a monster|{y:i}and you're talkin' SRO
{y:i}- He was a no one|{y:i}- A zero, zero
{y:i}- Now he's a honcho|{y:i}- He's a hero
{y:i}Here was a kid|{y:i}with his act down pat
{y:i}Zero to hero in no time flat
{y:i}- Zero to hero|{y:i}- Just like that
{y:i}When he smiled|{y:i}the girls went wild
{y:i}With oohs and aahs
{y:i}And they slapped his face|{y:i}on every vase
{y:i}On every "vahse"
{y:i}From appearance fees|{y:i}and royalties
{y:i}Our Herc had cash to burn
{y:i}Now nouveau riche and famous
{y:i}He could tell you|{y:i}what's a Grecian urn
{y:i}Say amen|{y:i}There he goes again
{y:i}- Sweet and undefeated|{y:i}- And an awesome ten for ten
{y:i}Folks lined up|{y:i}just to watch him flex
{y:i}And this perfect package|{y:i}packed a pair of pretty pecs
{y:i}Hercie, he comes|{y:i}He sees, he conquers
{y:i}Honey, the crowds|{y:i}were goin' bonkers
{y:i}- He showed the moxie brains and spunk|{y:i}- Yeah
{y:i}- From zero to hero|{y:i}- A major hunk
{y:i}- Zero to hero|{y:i}- And who'd have thunk
{y:i}Who put the glad in gladiator
{y:i}Whose darin'deeds|{y:i}are great theatre
{y:i}- Isn't he bold|{y:i}- No one braver
{y:i}- Is he sweet|{y:i}- Our favourite flavour
{y:i}- Hercules|{y:i}- My man.
{y:i}- Hercules|{y:i}- Hercules
{y:i}- Hercules|{y:i}- Ooh
{y:i}- Hercules|{y:i}- Look at my Hercules
{y:i}- Hercules, Hercules|{y:i}- Yeah, yeah, yeah
{y:i}Bless my soul|{y:i}Herc was on a roll
{y:i}- Undefeated|{y:i}- Riding high
{y:i}- And the nicest guy.|{y:i}- Not conceited
{y:i}- He was a nothing|{y:i}- A zero, zero
{y:i}- Now he's a honcho|{y:i}- He's our hero
{y:i}He hit the heights|{y:i}at breakneck speed
{y:i}From zero to hero
{y:i}Herc is a hero
{y:i}Now he's a hero
{y:i}Yes, indeed
Nice shootin', Rex.
I can't believe this guy.|I throw everything I've got at him...
and it doesn't even...
What are those?
Um, I don't know.|I-I thought they looked kinda dashing.
I've got 24 hours|to get rid of this bozo...
or the entire scheme I've been setting|up for 18 years goes up in smoke...
and you are wearing|his merchandise?
Looks like your game's over. Wonderboy|is hitting every curve you throw at him.
Oh, yeah.
I wonder if maybe|I haven't been throwing...
the right curves at him,|Meg, my sweet.
Don't even go there.
See, he's gotta have|a weakness...
because everybody's|got a weakness.
I mean, for what?|Pandora, it was the box thing.
For the Trojans, hey.|They bet on the wrong horse, okay?
We simply need|to find out Wonderboy's.
I've done my part.|Get your little imps...
They couldn't handle him|as a baby.
I need somebody|who can handle him as a man.
Hey, I've sworn off manhandling.
Well, you know, that's good|because that's what got you...
into this jam in the first place,|isn't it?
You sold your soul to me|to save your boyfriend's life.
And how does this creep thank you?
By running off|with some babe.
He hurt you real bad,|didn't he, Meg? Huh?
Look, I learned my lesson, okay?
Which is exactly why|I got a feelin'...
you're gonna leap|at my new offer.
You give me the key|to bringing down Wonder Breath...
and I give you the thing|that you crave most...
in the entire cosmos:
your freedom.
You should|have been there, Father.
I mangled the Minotaur...
grappled with the Gorgon.
Just like Phil told me.|I analysed the situation...
controlled my strength|and kicked.
The crowds went wild!
- Thank you. Thank you.|- Hah!
You're doing great, son.|You're doing your old man proud.
I'm glad to hear you|say that, Father.
I've been waiting|for this day a long time.
Hmm. What day is that, son?
The day I rejoin the gods.
You've done wonderfully.|You really have, my boy.
You're just not there yet.
You haven't proven yourself|a true hero.
But, Father, I've beaten every|single monster I've come up against.
I-I'm-I'm the most famous person|in all of Greece.
I'm-I-I'm an action figure!
I'm afraid being famous|isn't the same...
as being a true hero.
What more can I do?
It's something you have|to discover for yourself.
- But how can I...|- Look inside your heart.
Father, wait!
On your left|is Hercules' villa.
Our next stop|is the Pecs and Flex Gift Shop...
where you can pick up the great hero's|30-minute workout scroll...
"Buns of Bronze."
At 1:00, you got a meeting|with King Augeas.
He's got a problem|with his stables.
I'd advise you|not to wear your new sandals.
- Phil.|- I told you, don't move!
DGR, the Daughters|of the Greek Revolution.
- At 3:00, you gotta get a girdle|from some Amazons.|- Phil.
Phil, what's the point?
That's it!
Keep your toga on, pal.
Yuck! What do you mean,|"What's the point?"
You wanna go to Olympus,|don't ya?
Yeah, but this stuff doesn't seem|to be getting me anywhere.
You can't give up now.|I'm countin' on ya.
I gave this everything I had.
Listen to me, kid.|I seen 'em all.
And I am tellin' you...|and this is the honest-to-Zeus truth...
you got somethin'|I never seen before.
- Really?|- I can feel it...
right down in these stubby|bowlegs of mine.
There is nothin'|you can't do, kid.
- It's him!|- Hey, watch it!
- Watch it! Watch...|- I touched his elbow!
- Hey, girls!|- I got his sweatband!
Phil, help!
- Okay. Escape plan: beta.|- Gotcha.
- Hey! Where is he?|- There he goes! On the veranda!
Let's see. What could be behind|curtain number one?
It's all right.|The sea of raging hormones has ebbed.
Gee, i-i-it's|great to see you.
I-I-I missed you.
So this is what heroes do|on their days off.
Nah. I'm no hero.
Sure ya are.|Everybody in Greece...
thinks you're the greatest thing|since they put the pocket in pita.
I know, it's... it's crazy. You know, I|can't go anywhere without being mobbed.
- I mean...|- You sound like you could use a break.
Think your nanny goat would go berserk|if you played hookey this afternoon?
Oh, gee, I-I don't know. Uh, Phil's got|the rest of the day pretty much booked.
Ah, Phil, schmill.
Just follow me out the window,|round the dumbbells.
You lift up the back wall|and we're gone.
Wow. What a day.
First that restaurant by the bay.
And then that, that play,|that, that, that Oedipus thing.
Man! I thought I had problems.
- Psst! Stop foolin' around.|- Yeah. Get the goods, sister.
I didn't know that playing hookey|could be so much fun.
Yeah, neither did I.
- Thanks, Meg.|- Oh.
Don't thank me just yet.
- Oh!|- Oop. Careful.
Sorry. Weak ankles.
Oh, yeah? Well, maybe you better|sit down for a while.
So, uh, do you|have any problems...
with things like this?
- Uh...|- Weak ankles, I mean.
Oh, uh, no, not really.
No weaknesses whatsoever?
- No trick knee?|- Uh...
Ruptured disks?
No. I'm, I'm, I'm afraid|I'm, uh, fit as a fiddle.
- Wonderboy, you are perfect.|- Thanks.
It looks better that way.
No, it really does.
You know, when, when I was a kid...
I, I would have given anything to be|exactly like everybody else.
You wanted to be|petty and dishonest?
- Everybody's not like that.|- Yes, they are.
- You're not like that.|- How do you know what I'm like?
All I know is...
you're the most amazing person with|weak ankles I've ever met.
Meg, when I'm with you...
I-I don't feel so alone.
Sometimes it's better|to be alone.
- What do you mean?|- Nobody can hurt you.
Meg? I would never ever hurt you.
And I don't wanna|hurt you, so...
let's both do|ourselves a favour and...
stop this before we...
All right! Break it up!|Break it up! Party's over!
- I've been lookin' all over this town!|- Calm down, mutton man.
- It was all my fault.|- You're already on my list, sister!
So don't make it worse!
And as for you, ya bum,|you're gonna go to the stadium...
and you're gonna be put through|the workout of your life!
- Now get on the horse.|- Okay, okay.
- I'm sorry.|- Ah, he'll get over it.
Move! Move, move,|move, move, move! Move!
Hey, watch it. Watch it.|Watch it.
Keep your goo-goo eyes on the...
That's it. Next time, I drive.
Oh, what's the matter with me?
You'd think a girl would learn.
{y:i}If there's a prize|{y:i}for rotten judgment
{y:i}I guess I've already won that
{y:i}No man is worth the aggravation
{y:i}That's ancient history|{y:i}Been there, done that
{y:i}Who do ya think you're kidding|{y:i}He's the earth and heaven to ya
{y:i}Try to keep it hidden|{y:i}Honey, we can see right through ya
{y:i}- Oh, no|{y:i}- Girl, you can't conceal it
{y:i}We know how you feel|{y:i}and who you're thinkin' of
{y:i}Oh, no chance, no way|{y:i}I won't say it, no, no
{y:i}You swoon, you sigh|{y:i}Why deny it, uh-oh
{y:i}It's too cliche|{y:i}I won't say I'm in love
{y:i}Shoo-doo, shoo-doo|{y:i}Oo-oo-oo
{y:i}I thought my heart|{y:i}had learned its lesson
{y:i}It feels so good|{y:i}when you start out
{y:i}- Ah|{y:i}- My head is screaming, get a grip, girl
{y:i}Unless you're dyin'|{y:i}to cry your heart out, oh
{y:i}You keep on denyin' who you are|{y:i}and how you're feelin'
{y:i}Baby, we're not buyin'|{y:i}Hon, we saw you hit the ceilin'
{y:i}Face it like a grownup|{y:i}When you gonna own up that you
{y:i}- Got|{y:i}- Got|{y:i}- Got it bad
{y:i}Oh, no chance, no way|{y:i}I won't say it, no, no
{y:i}- Give up, but give in|{y:i}- Check the grin, you're in love
{y:i}This scene won't play|{y:i}I won't say I'm in love
{y:i}You're doin'flips, read our lips|{y:i}You're in love
{y:i}- Shoo-doo, shoo-doo|{y:i}- You're way off base
{y:i}- I won't say it|{y:i}- She won't say love
{y:i}Get off my case|{y:i}I won't say it
{y:i}Girl, don't be proud|{y:i}It's okay, you're in love
{y:i}At least out loud
{y:i}I won't say I'm in
{y:i}- Love|{y:i}- Shoo-doo, shoo-doo, shoo-doo
Hey, what's the buzz, huh, Meg?
What is the weak link|in Wonderboy's chain?
-Get yourself another girl. I'm through.|-I'm sorry. You mind runnin'|that by me again?
I must have had a chunk of brimstone|wedged in my ear or something.
Then read my lips! Forget it.
Meg, Meg, Meg,|my sweet deluded little minion.
Aren't we forgetting one teensy-weensy,|but ever so crucial little, tiny detail?
I own you!
- Oh, oh, I got another horn here.|- You work for me.
That kid's gonna be|doin' laps for a month.
If I say, "Sing,"|you say, "Hey, name that tune."
If I say, "I want Wonderboy's head|on a platter," you say...
Medium or well done?
Oh! I knew that dame was trouble.|This is gonna break the kid's heart.
- I'll work on that.|- I'm sorry. You hear that sound?
That's the sound of your freedom|fluttering out the window forever.
I don't care.|I'm not gonna help you hurt him.
I can't believe you're getting|so worked up about some guy.
This one is different.|He's honest and, and he's sweet.
- Please!|- He would never do anything to hurt me.
-He's a guy.|-Besides, O Oneness, you can't beat him.
He has no weaknesses.|He's gonna...
I think he does, Meg.
I truly think he does.
- Hey, Phil, what happened to you?|- Kid, we gotta talk.
Oh, Phil, I just had|the greatest day of my life.
I, I, I can't stop thinkin'|about Meg.
- She's somethin' else.|- Kid! I'm tryin' to talk to you!
Will you come down here|and listen?
Aw, how can I come down there|when I'm feelin' so up?
Ah, very nice.|What I'm tryin' to say is...
That if it wasn't for you,|I never would have met her.
Oh, I owe you big time,|little guy. I do.
Will you just knock it off|for a couple of seconds?
Rule number 38. Come on, Phil.|Keep them up there, huh?
- Phil, I got two words for ya: duck!|- Listen to me. She's...
- My dream come true?|- Not exactly.
- More beautiful than Aphrodite?|- Aside from that!
- The most wonderful...|- She's a... She's a fraud!
She's been playin' ya for a sap!
- Aw, come on. Stop kiddin' around.|- I'm not kiddin' around.
- She...|- I know you're upset about today,|but that's no reason to...
- Kid, you're missin' the point.|- The point is, I love her.
- She don't love you.|- You're crazy.
- She nothin' but a two-timin'...|- Stop it!
- No-good, lyin', schemin'...|- Shut up!
Phil. I... Oh, I'm, I'm sorry.
Okay, okay, that's it.|You won't face the truth? Fine.
Phil, wait. Where ya goin'?
I'm hoppin' the first barge outta here.|I'm goin' home.
Fine! G...
Go! I don't... I don't need you.
I thought you were gonna be|the all-time champ...
not the all-time chump.
Jeez Louise,|what got his goat, huh?
Baboom. Name is Hades,|lord of the dead.
- Hi. How ya doin'?|- Uh, not now, okay?
Hey, hey. I only need a few seconds,|and I'm a fast talker, all right?
See, I've got|this major deal in the works.|A real estate venture, if you will.
And, Herc, you little devil you.|May I call you Herc?
You seem to be constantly|getting in the way of it, huh?
- You've got the wrong guy.|- Hear me out, ya little...
Just hear me out, okay?
So I would be eternally grateful|if you would just...
take a day off from|this hero business of yours.
Jeez, I mean, monsters,|natural disasters.
- You wait a day, huh?|- You're out of your mind.
Not so fast, because, ya see,|I do have a little leverage|you might wanna know about.
- Meg!|- Don't listen, Herc...
- Let her go!|- Here's the trade-off.
You give up your strength|for about 24 hours, okay?
Say, the next 24 hours.
And Meg here is free as a bird|and safe from harm.
We dance, we kiss, we schmooze,|we carry on, we go home happy.
What do ya say? Come on.
People are... are gonna|get hurt, aren't they?
Nah! I mean, it's, you know,|it's a possibility.
It happens 'cause, you know, it's war,|but what can I tell ya?
Anyway, what do you|owe these people, huh?
Isn't Meg...|you little smoochy face you...|Isn't she more important than they are?
- Stop it!|- Isn't she?
You've gotta swear|she'll be safe from any harm.
Fine, okay.|I'll give you that one.
Meg is safe, otherwise|you get your strength right back.
Yadda, yadda. Fine print. Boilerplate.|Baboom. Okay? We're done.
What do you say we shake on it?
Hey, I really don't have,|like, time to bat this around.
I'm kind of on a schedule here.|I got plans for August. Okay?
I need an answer, like, now.|Going once, going twice...
- All right!|- Yes! We're there! Bam!
You may feel just a little queasy.|It's kind of natural.
Maybe you should sit down!
Now you know how it feels to be|just like everybody else.
Isn't it just peachy?
Oh! You'll love this.|One more thing.
Meg, babe, a deal's a deal.
You're off the hook.|And by the way, Herc,
is she not, like,|a fabulous little actress?
- Stop it.|- What do you mean?
I mean your little chickie-poo here|was working for me all the time.
- Duh.|- You're... You're lying!
- Help!|-Jeepers, mister, you're really strong.
- Couldn't have done it without you,|sugar, sweetheart, babe.|- No! It's... It's not like that.
I didn't mean to...|I-I couldn't... I... I'm so sorry.
Our hero's a zero!|Our hero's a zero!
Well, gotta blaze. There's a whole|cosmos up there waiting for me...
with, hey, my name on it.
So much for the preliminaries,|and now on to the main event!
Brothers! Titans!
Look at you in your squalid prison!
- Who put you down there?|- Zeus!
And now that I set you free...
what is the first thing|you are going to do?
- Destroy him!|- Good answer.
Crush Zeus!
Freeze him!
Melt Zeus!
Blow him away!
- Uh, guys?|- Huh?
Olympus would be that way.
- Zeus!|- Freeze him!
- Hold it, bright eye.|- Huh?
I have a special job for you,|my optic friend.
- Huh? Huh?|- Destroy Zeus!
Oh, we're in trouble!|Oh, big trouble! I gotta...
My lord and lady,|the Titans have escaped.
And they're practically|at our gates!
Sound the alarm!|Launch an immediate counterattack!
- Go! Go!|- Gone, babe.
- Charge!|- On to battle!
Ya windbag!
Boom, badda-boom!|Boom, boom!
Where are you?
- What can we do?|- Where is Hercules?
Yeah, Hercules will save us.
Come out! Face me!
Oh, what are you doing?|Without your strength, you'll be killed.
- Hercules!|- There are worse things.
- Run!|- Wait! Stop!
- Hey, look! It's Hercules.|- Thank the gods! We're saved!
So, you mighty Hercules.
- Oh!|- Oh!
Easy, horsefeathers.|Whoa! Stop twitching!
Listen.|Hercules is in trouble.
We've gotta find Phil. He's the only one|who can talk some sense into him.
Get back! Blast you!
- Ooh! Chihuahua!|- Zeus!
Come on! Hurry up!|We're shovin' off here!
Phil! Phil,|Hercules needs your help.
What does he need me for|when he's got friends like you?
- He won't listen to me.|- Good! He's finally learned somethin'.
Look, I know what I did was wrong,|but this isn't about me. It's about him.
If you don't help him now,|Phil, he'll die.
I need more thunderbolts!
Uh, Hephaestus has been captured,|my lord. Everyone's been captured.
I've been captured.|Hey, hey, watch the glasses.
Zeusy, I'm home!
Hades! You're behind this?
You're correct, sir!
- Hercules!|- Phil.
Come on, kid. Come on. Fight back.|Come on. You can take this bum.
- This guy's a pushover. Look at him.|- You were right all along, Phil.
- Dreams are for rookies.|- No, no, no, no, no, kid.
Givin' up is for rookies. I came back|'cause I'm not quittin' on ya.
I'm willin' to go the distance.|How about you?
Me bite off head!
Whoa, baby!
Hercules! Look out!
Meg! No!
What's happening?
H-Hades' deal is broken.
He promised I wouldn't get hurt.
Meg, why... why... why did ya...|You didn't have to...
Oh, people always|do crazy things...
when they're in love.
Oh, Meg. Meg, I... I...
Are you always this articulate?
You... You haven't got much time.|You can still stop Hades.
I'll watch over her, kid.
You're gonna be all right.|I promise.
Let's go, Pegasus!
Hup, two, three, four!|Come on, everybody!
- I can't hear you!|- Oh, oh, that.
I swear to you, Hades,|when I get out of th...
I'm the one giving orders now,|bolt boy.
And I think|I'm gonna like it here.
Don't get too|comfortable, Hades!
- Hercules!|- This ought to even the odds!
- Yeah, Hercules! Thank you, man.|- Get them!
Whoa! Hey!
No! Get him! Not me! Him!
Follow the fingers! Him!|The yutz with the horse!
- Thank you, my boy.|- Nice horsey!
My intentions were pure.|I really was attracted to you.
- Throw!|- Ah! Now watch your old man work!
Guys, get your|titanic rears in gear...
and kick some Olympian butt.
Whoa! Is my hair out?
Thanks a ton, Wonderboy. But at least|I've got one swell consolation prize...
a friend of yours|who's dying to see me.
Meg, no.
Oh, I'm sorry, kid.
There's some things|you just can't change.
Yes, I can.
We were so close!
So close. We tripped|at the finish line. Why?
Because our little nut, Meg,|has to go all noble.
- Where's Meg?|- Oh. Look who's here.
- Wonderboy, you are too much.|- Let her go.
Get a grip. Come here. Come here.|Let me show you around.
Hmph. Well, well.|It's a small underworld, after all, huh?
- Meg!|- No, no, no. Mustn't touch.
You see, Meg's running|with a new crowd these days...
and not a very lively one at that.
You like making deals.|Take me in Meg's place.
Oh, hmph. The son of my hated rival|trapped forever in a river of death.
- Going once!|- Hmm? Is there a downside to this?
- Going twice!|- Okay, okay, okay, okay, okay!
You get her out.|She goes; you stay.
Oh, you know what slipped my mind?|You'll be dead before|you can get to her.
That's not a problem, is it?
What's the matter|with these scissors?
The thread won't cut.
This is...|This is impossible!
You... You... You can't be alive.|You'd have to be a, a...
A god?
Hercules, stop!|Ya can't do this to me! Ya can't...
Fine. Okay. Listen.|Okay, well, I deserved that.
Herc, Herc, Herc? Can we talk?|Y-Your dad? He's a fun guy, right?
So maybe you could|put in a word with him...
and he'd kind of blow|this whole thing off, you know?
Meg, Meg, talk to him.|You know, a little schmooze, uh...
Get away from me! Don't touch me!|Get your slimy souls off me!
He's not gonna be happy|when he gets outta there.
- You mean, if he gets outta there.|- Taxi!
- If? If is good.|- Taxi!
I don't feel so good.|I-I feel a little...
Wonderboy, what...|Why did you...
People always do crazy things|when they're in love.
Whoa! Hey, hey, hey, hey!
Three cheers|for the mighty Hercules!
Oh, yeah.|Flowers for everybody! Oh!
Hercules, we're so proud of you.
Fine work, my boy!|You've done it!
You're a true hero.
You were willing to give your life|to rescue this young woman.
For a true hero isn't measured|by the size of his strength...
but by the strength|of his heart.
Now, at last, my son...
you can come home.
Congratulations, Wonderboy.|You'll make one heck of a god.
Father, this is the moment|I've always dreamed of...
a life without Meg,|even an immortal life...
would be empty.
I wish to stay|on Earth with her.
I finally know where I belong.
Hit it, ladies.
{y:i}Oh, gonna shout it|{y:i}from the mountaintops
{y:i}A star is born
{y:i}It's the time|{y:i}for pullin' out the stops
{y:i}A star is born
{y:i}- Honey, hit us with a hallelu|{y:i}- That kid came shinin' through
{y:i}Girl, sing the song
{y:i}Come blow your horn|{y:i}A star is born, a star is born
{y:i}- He's a hero who can please the crowd|{y:i}- A star is born
{y:i}Come on, everybody, shout out loud|{y:i}A star is born
{y:i}Just remember in the darkest hour|{y:i}Within your heart's the power
{y:i}For makin'you a hero too
{y:i}So don't lose hope|{y:i}when you're for lorn
- That's Phil's boy!|{y:i}- Just keep your eyes
{y:i}- You just keep your eyes|{y:i}- Upon the skies|{y:i}- Upon the skies
{y:i}- Every night, a star is|{y:i}- Every night
{y:i}- Right in sight, a star is|{y:i}- Burning bright
{y:i}Burning bright|{y:i}A star is born
What do ya say?|It's happy ending time!
Everybody's got a little taste|of somethin' but me. I got nothin'.
I-I'm here with nothin'.|Anybody listenin'?
It's like I'm... What am I,|an echo or something?
Hello? Hello?|Am I talking to, what?
Hyperspace? Hello, it's me.|Nobody listens.
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