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Try a Little Something New" is a song from the Welcome to Pooh Corner Cable TV series which premiered in 1983 on the Disney Channel (which was also that channel's inaugural season). The song was written by the Academy Award winning songwriting duo of Richard M. Sherman and Robert B. Sherman.

This song is about how Rabbit deals with his "naughty habits" of mundanity and stagnation.

Lyrics

Every great magician Has a grand admission To become the greatest one of all. No one liked my magic, It was getting tragic, Til I looked into my crystal ball And it said:

Try a little something new, Try a little something different, Try a little something no one else has done. Take a little different view, Try a little something new, That's the little magic trick to having fun, fun, fun That's the little magic trick to having fun!

I used to be a rabbit, With a lonely habit, I never ever tried to make a friend.

Then I met old Pooh Bear, And Owl, Roo and you there Now all my lonely days are at an end Because I

Tried a little something new, Tried a little something different, Tried a little something no one else has done. I took a little different view, Tried a little something new, That's the little magic trick to having fun, fun, fun That's the little magic trick to having fun!

Once I just ate carrots, Then I tried a radish! That led to a turnip and a beet. Now it's greens and potatoes, Squash and rutabagas, Everyday there's something great to eat

Each day I try a little something new Try a little something different, Try a little something no one else has done. I take a little different view, Try a little something new, That's the little magic trick to having fun, fun, fun That's the little magic trick to having...

ABRACADABRA!

Fun!

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