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Values of idioms:

1. BEAR ON THE EAR
2. A SINGLE DROP
3. A BURDEN

Vociferous hedgehog

Crying Hedgehog. What a misfortune!
To be wanted by the soloist in the choir.
But a Hedgehog, said the Fly,
Came the Bear's ear.

Says neighbors Hedgehog:
- No luck Bear, too.
Paw all day
My fault sucks.

The hedgehog went on the road.
Found in the forest lair:
- Will want to sing along?
"I can't, " said the Bear,"

Me, my friend, " said he,
Came to the ear of the Elephant.
The hedgehog went to the Elephant,
On it lay the blame:

- I have great sorrow!
To be wanted by the soloist in the choir.
Come Bear ear -
There is now a single drop of the hearing.

It turned out that the Bear
Would be happy with me singing.
But friend, alas, stepped on the ear You!

Hedgehog finished his story.
Elephant sighed:
- I feel sorry for you!
I dream myself about this,
To someone sing a duet.

- My dear, Yes, we three
Wonderful sing.
In a word, began to sing along
Elephant, Hedgehog and Bear.

The mole said:
Many years
I studied etiquette.
SHOW, MY FRIEND, PATIENCE,
IF A BURDEN TO SOMEONE SINGING.

Trio hedgehog, bear and elephant

Bear (or elephant) on the ear - about who is deprived ear for music.

Not a drop is not at all, not a bit.

To be a burden (someone) - to burden, to embarrass, to oppress anyone.

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