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What does "Rabbit through the hole, chicken in the barn, two by two by, there's the yarn." mean?

Why do you use this expression?
Rabbit through the hole. Does it relate to " Alice in wonderland"?

It is from a film called a bugs life.

They are building a bird.
When a spider ties wood(a bird's skeletal frame), she says it.
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What does "Rabbit through the hole, chicken in the barn, two by two by, there's the yarn." mean?

Why do you use this expression?
Rabbit through the hole. Does it relate to " Alice in wonderland"?
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