Rattus: I say, old thing, I've heard you sing and I think you could use a refresher course on proper annunciation. Now repeat after me.
"Arround the rrocks the rrugged rrascal rran."
Tea Rat: "Aroun th' rum th'e ragged ruscal rocked."
Rattus: My word, this is worse than I thought. Pay attention. And remember, round tones, round tones. And trill your r's. Now again.
"...the rrugged rrascal rran."
Tea Rat: "...thum rascul rigg-ed racked."
Rattus: Forget that one. Try this.
"Sinful Ceasar sipped his snifter
seized his knees and sneezed."
"Simple Simon saw a sinner
seized his snout and screamed."
Rattus: You're infuriating. Round tones, round tones. Try this, in honor of our friend Mozes.
"Mozes supposes his toeses are roses
but Mozes supposes erroneously."
"But Mozes he knowses his toeses aren't roses
as Mozes supposes his toeses to be."
Rattus: You cheeky blighter. You've been pulling my leg?
Tea Rat: "Rattus realized really being raked." Here you try this one:
"Bricka - bracka - cheese and cracker siss boom ba
Tea Rat, Tea Rat, rah, rah, rah."
Rattus: I'll say no such thing.