"MRS. BUCKET: I wonder who the lucky ones will be.
CHARLIE: Well in case you're wondering if it'll be me, it
won't be. Just in case you're wondering, you can count me
MRS. BUCKET: Charlie . . . there are a hundred billion
people in this world, and only five of them will find Golden
Tickets. Even if you had a sackful of money you probably
wouldn't find one. And after this contest is over, you'll
be no different from the billions of others who didn't find
CHARLIE: But I am different. I want it more than any of
MRS. BUCKET: Charlie, you'll get your chance. One day
things will change.
CHARLIE: When? When will they change?
MRS. BUCKET: Probably when you least expect it. See you
YOU GET BLUE
BUT ME AND GRANDPA JOE
CAN MAKE YOUR TROUBLES GO AWAY
THERE THEY GO
CHEER UP, CHARLIE
GIVE ME A SMILE
WHAT HAPPENED TO THAT SMILE I USED TO KNOW
DON'T YOU KNOW YOUR GRIN HAS ALWAYS BEEN
LET THAT SUNSHINE SHOW
COME ON, CHARLIE
NO NEED TO FROWN
DEEP DOWN YOU KNOW THE WORLD IS STILL YOUR TOY
WHEN THE WORLD GETS HEAVY
NEVER PITAPAT 'EM
UP AND AT 'EM, BOY
SOMEDAY SWEET AS A SONG
CHARLIE'S LUCKY DAY WILL COME ALONG
'TIL THAT DAY YOU'VE GOTTA STAY IN STRONG, CHARLIE
UP ON TOP IS RIGHT WHERE YOU BELONG
LOOK UP CHARLIE
YOU'LL SEE A STAR
JUST FOLLOW IT AND KEEP YOUR DREAM IN VIEW
PRETTY SOON THE SKY IS GONNA CLEAR UP CHARLIE
CHEER UP, CHARLIE, DO
CHEER UP, CHARLIE
JUST BE GLAD YOU'RE YOU"
I'll admit it. I'm a sore loser. I didn't win the contest, nor was I one of the FIFTEEN runners up. We could have REALLY used the 12ish bumGenius diapers. Brian and I put in a lot of effort going to the lake, setting up a line, putting the diapers on, and i even made a 'pillowcase cape' with their logo on it for Parker. =/
Guess its true-- good guys finish last.