While I love the lavish new Mary Poppins CD (thanks, Randy), there is an edit in "Fidelity Fiduciary Bank" (and previous CD versions of this soundtrack) that alters the meaning of a lyric/sequence. In the film, and the original Buena Vista soundtrack LP, just prior to the final stanza, there is a critical line of dialogue: Mr. Dawes: "WHILE STAND THE BANKS OF ENGLAND, ENGLAND STANDS. WHEN FALL THE BANKS OF ENGLAND, ENGLAND FALLS! " Mr. Banks: "YOU SEE, MICHAEL? ALL FOR THE LACK OF... " Bankers: "Tuppence, patiently, cautiously trustingly invested In the, to be specific, In the Dawes, Tomes Mousely, Grubbs Fidelity Fiduciary Bank!" This serves as a warning for Michael to fork over his tuppence to Mr. Dawes (if you don't pay, the system falls). In the current soundtrack, Mr. Dawes line is gone and Banks' line has been cut to merely: "You see Michael..." then into the final lyric. Without the remaining dialogue, it changes the meaning of the final sung stanza from a negative to a positive. Since the original LP producers saw fit to include it, they must have found it necessary to the song's purpose. I tend to agree.