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This is the transcript for Sing a Song of Wiggles.

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(The video starts with Caterina next to the jack-in-the-box during the video title is shown while a bit of Nursery Rhymes Medley. The Wiggles pop out of the jack-in-the-box then the Wiggles introduced themselves when they dressed up.)

Sam: Hi, everyone. (with others) We're the Wiggles. (himself) I'm Sam.

Jeff: I'm Jeff.

Anthony: I'm Anthony.

Murray: And I'm Murray.

Sam: Everyone, I'm dressed up as the handsome prince.

Anthony: I'm dressed up as a buzzing bee.

Murray: I'm dressed up as a rock'n'roll singer.

Jeff: And I'm dressed up as Old MacDonald. Hey, everyone, let's go down to Old MacDonald's farm and see all the animals. (Jeff gives a thumb up.)

(A scene fades to a picture of some trees & a hill. Then it fades in to the Song: Old MacDonald Had A Farm. A scene where Jeff dressed up as Old MacDonald when theses kids are dressed up as farm animals.)

Sam: (singing offscreen) Old MacDonald had a farm,

Jeff: (singing) EIEIO

Sam: (singing offscreen) And on his farm he had a cow,

Jeff: (singing) EIEIO

Sam: (singing offscreen) With a moo-moo here and a moo-moo there

Here a moo, there a moo, everywhere a moo moo

Old MacDonald had a farm,

Jeff: (singing) EIEIO

Sam: (singing offscreen) Old MacDonald had a farm,

Jeff: (singing) EIEIO

Sam: (singing offscreen) And on his farm he had a horse,

Jeff: (singing) EIEIO

Sam: (singing offscreen) With a neigh-neigh here and a neigh-neigh there

Here a neigh, there a neigh, everywhere a neigh-neigh

Old MacDonald had a farm,

Jeff: (singing) EIEIO

Sam: (singing offscreen) Old MacDonald had a farm,

Jeff: (singing) EIEIO

Sam: (singing offscreen) And on his farm he had a pig,

Jeff: (singing) EIEIO

Sam: (singing offscreen) With a oink-oink here and a oink-oink there

Here a oink, there a oink, everywhere a oink-oink

Old MacDonald had a farm,

Jeff: (singing) EIEIO

Sam: (singing offscreen) Old MacDonald had a farm,

Jeff: (singing) EIEIO

Sam: (singing offscreen) And on his farm he had some chickens,

Jeff: (singing) EIEIO

Sam: (singing offscreen) With a cluck-cluck here and a cluck-cluck there

Here a cluck, there a cluck, everywhere a cluck-cluck

Old MacDonald had a farm,

Jeff: (singing) EIEIO

EIEIO

(They were all making their animal noises at the end of the song. Then, it fades in to the Song: Sing A Song Of Sixpence. A scene where Anthony dressed up as a king, the queen eating some bread with some honey & the maid is hanging these clothes.)

Sam: (singing) Sing a song of sixpence,

A pocket full of rye.

Four and twenty blackbirds,

Baked in a pie.

When the pie was opened,

The birds began to sing;

Wasn't that a dainty dish,

To set before the king?

Dorothy: (singing offscreen) The king was in his counting house,

Counting out his money;

The queen was in the parlor,

Eating bread and honey.

The maid was in the garden,

Hanging out the clothes,

When down came a blackbird

And pecked off her nose.

Sing a song of sixpence,

A pocket full of rye.

Four and twenty blackbirds,

Baked in a pie.

When the pie was opened,

The birds began to sing;

Wasn't that a dainty dish,

To set before the king?

Sam: (singing) The king was in his counting house,

Counting out his money;

The queen was in the parlor,

Eating bread and honey.

The maid was in the garden,

Hanging out the clothes,

When down came a blackbird

And pecked off her nose.

(Shot transition to Anthony reciting a poem called Roses Are Red.)

Anthony: Roses are red, violets are blue.

Sugar is sweet and so are you.

(Shot transition to the Song: Over In The Meadow. A scene where Sam is gonna telling a story about their animals who could say in the song.)

Sam: (singing) Over in the meadow in the sand in the sun

Lived an old mother duck and her little ducky 1

"Quack" said the mother, "I quack" said the 1

So they quacked and they quacked in the sand in the sun

Over in the meadow where the stream runs blue

Lived an old mother fish and her little fishes 2

"Swim" said the mother, "We swim" said the 2

So they swam and they leaped where the stream runs blue

Over in the meadow with a hole in a tree

Lived an old mother bluebird and her little birdies 3

"Sing" said the mother, "We sing" said the 3

So they sang and were glad in a hole in the tree

Over in the meadow in the reeds on the shore

Lived an old mother frog and her little froggies 4

"Dive" said the mother, "We dive" said the 4

So they dived and they burrowed in the reeds on the shore

Over in the meadow in a snug beehive

Lived a mother honeybee and her little bees 5

"Bzzz" said the mother, "We bzzz" said the 5

So they buzzed and they hummed in the snug beehive

(Shot transition to Dorothy talks about Mary who lives in a garden.)

Dorothy: Mary is a friend of mine and she loves to dance, just like me. She loves to grow flowers in her beautiful garden. Oh, let's go visit Mary and her pretty maids.

(Shot transition to Clare Field dressed as a pretty maid. Then, it fades to to the Song: Mary, Mary, Quite Contrary. A scene where Dorothy & Clare are dancing the ballet to her beautiful garden.)

Dorothy: (singing) Mary, Mary quite contrary

How does your garden grow?

With silver bells and cockle shells

And pretty maids all in a row.

Pretty maids, pretty maids, pretty maids, pretty maids

Pretty maids all in a row

With silver bells and cockle shells

And pretty maids all in a row.

(It fades transition to some beautiful scenery with hills, tree & buildings. Until it translates to Jeff reciting a poem called Wash the Dishes.)

Jeff: Wash the dishes, wipe the dishes.

Ring the bell for tea.

Three good wishes, three good kisses.

I will give to thee.

Mwah! Mwah! Mwah!

(It fades to a camera zooming through the window transition to the Song: Rub-A-Dub Dub. A scene where Anthony dressed as a butcher, Adrian dressed as a baker & Ben dressed a candlestick maker as they've sailed out to sea.)

Sam: (singing offscreen) Rub a Dub Dub, three men in a tub.

And who do you think they be?

Anthony: The butcher,

Adrian: the baker,

Ben: the candlestick maker.

Sam: (singing offscreen) They all sailed out to sea.

(Instrumental break to do some actions.)

Anthony: I'm the butcher!

Adrian: I'm the baker!

Ben: I'm the candlestick maker!

Sam: (singing offscreen) Rub a Dub Dub, three men in a tub.

And who do you think they be?

Anthony: The butcher,

Adrian: the baker,

Ben: the candlestick maker.

Sam: (singing offscreen) They all sailed out to sea.

(It fades transition to some beautiful scenery with some building. Until it translates to Sam reciting a poem called A Dillar, A Dollar.)

Sam: A dillar, a dollar,

A ten-o'clock scholar,

What makes you come so soon?

You used to come at ten-o'clock,

But now you come at noon.

(Shot transition to the Song: She'll Be Coming 'Round The Mountain. A scene where Sam is singing a song about Lyn Moran pushes a cart full of horses.)

Sam: (singing) She'll be coming round the mountain when she comes

(Dorothy: Yee-hah!)

Sam: (singing) She'll be coming round the mountain when she comes

(Dorothy: Yee-hah!)

Sam: (singing) She'll be coming round the mountain, she'll be coming round the mountain,

She'll be coming round the mountain when she comes

(Dorothy: Yee-hah!)

Sam: (singing) She'll be driving six white horses when she comes

(Dorothy: Whoa back!)

Sam: (singing) She'll be driving six white horses when she comes

(Dorothy: Whoa back!)

Sam: (singing) She'll be driving six white horses, she'll be driving six white horses,

She'll be driving six white horses when she comes

(Dorothy: Whoa back!)

Sam: (singing) Oh, we'll all go out to meet her when she comes

(Dorothy: Hi, mam!)

Sam: (singing) Oh, we'll all go out to meet her when she comes

(Dorothy: Hi, mam!)

Sam: (singing) Oh, we'll all go out to meet her, we'll all go out to meet her,

We'll all go out to meet her when she comes

(Dorothy: Hi, mam!)

Sam: (singing) We be havin' chicken and dumplings when she comes.

(Dorothy: Yum yum!)

Sam: (singing) We be havin' chicken and dumplings when she comes.

(Dorothy: Yum yum!)

Sam: (singing) We be havin' chicken and dumplings, we'll be havin' chicken and dumplings.

We be havin' chicken and dumplings when she comes.

(Dorothy: Yum yum!)

Sam: (singing) We'll be shoutin' Hallelujah when she comes.

(Dorothy: Hallelujah!)

Sam: (singing) We'll be shoutin' Hallelujah when she comes.

(Dorothy: Hallelujah!)

Sam: (singing) We'll be shoutin' Hallelujah, we'll be shoutin' Hallelujah

We'll be shoutin' Hallelujah when she comes.

She'll be coming round the mountain when she comes

She'll be coming round the mountain when she comes

She'll be coming round the mountain, she'll be coming round the mountain,

She'll be coming round the mountain when she comes

(Shot transition to Murray reciting a poem called Smiling Girls, Rosy Boys.)

Smiling girls, rosy boys

Come and buy my little toys

Monkeys made of gingerbread and sugar horses painted red.

(It fades to the Song: Old King Cole (Fiddlers). A scene where Sam is reading a book about his king played by Jeff.)

Sam: (singing) Old King Cole was a merry old soul

And a merry old soul was he

He called for his fife, and he called for his bowl

And he called for his fiddlers three.

(Instrumental break to 3 ladies are playing with their violins & dance the jig at the same time. After that, it translates to Anthony reciting a poem about Humpty Dumpty who loves to sat on the wall.)

Anthony: Humpty Dumpty sat on the wall. Humpty Dumpty had a great fall. All the king's horses, all the king's men... You know what happened next. .. they couldn't put Humpty together again.

(It fades to the Song: Humpty Dumpty. A scene where Sam is in his king outfit while Captain Feathersword dressed as Humpty Dumpty was sitting on the wall.)

Sam: (singing) Humpty Dumpty sat on a wall

Be careful, Humpty.

(singing) Humpty Dumpty had a great fall

Oh, poor Humpty!

(singing) All the king's horses

And all the king's men

Couldn't put Humpty together again

Sing it, again

All the king's horses

And all the king's men

Couldn't put Humpty together again

Galloping home, galloping home

Galloping home, the horses and men

Galloping home, galloping home

Galloping home, the horses and men

Galloping home, galloping home

Galloping home, the horses and men

Galloping home, galloping home

Galloping home, the horses and men

(A scene fades to the castle is showing. Until, it translates to Dorothy is telling a story about Sam dressed up as Prince Michael.)

Dorothy: This is a song with a story. It's a story about a handsome prince. (Sam arrives dressed up as Prince Michael.) Oh! Here's the handsome prince now.

Sam: (bowing.) Greetings, fair dinosaur!

Dorothy: (bowing.) Greetings to you, kind sir. (Sam leaves.) The prince sees a beautiful lady whose hair is tied up with a black velvet band. He loses sight of her and searches everywhere to find her once again. Finally, he finds his true love and they live happily ever after. (sighs.)

(Shot transition to Captain Feathersword holding to a book while reading The Black Velvet Band. A scene where Sam as the handsome prince named Michael, who is searching for the queen & he will get married.)

Captain Feathersword: Once there was a handsome prince named Michael, who spied a maiden fair from afar.

Sam: (as Prince Micheal singing.) Her eyes they shine like diamonds

I think her the queen of the land

Her hair hangs over her shoulder

Tied up in a black velvet band

Captain Feathersword: He lost sight of the maiden in the crowd, but was desperate to find her. He asked the butcher, who was nearby.

Sam: (as Prince Micheal.) Kind butcher, have you seen a beautiful maiden?

Anthony: (as butcher singing.) Did her eyes they shine like diamonds?

Did she look like the Queen of the land?

Was her hair hung over her shoulder,

Tied up with a black velvet band?

Sam: (as Prince Micheal.) Yes, that's her! Which way did she go?

Captain Feathersword: The butcher pointed the Prince in the right direction and bid him farewell.

Anthony: (as butcher singing.) Farewell my good prince,

I must attend my mince,

My sausages and my chops as well,

For all these items I must sell.

Farewell my good prince,

I must attend my mince,

My sausages and my chops as well,

For all these items I must sell.

Nice chops!

Captain Feathersword: The prince continued on his search and came upon a cycle maker. He asked the cycle maker if he had seen a beautiful maiden pass by.

Sam: (as Prince Micheal.) Have you seen a beautiful maid pass by?

Fernando Jorge Moguel: (as cycle maker singing.) Did her eyes they shine like diamonds?

Did she look like the Queen of the land?

Did her hair hang over her shoulders,

Tied up with a black velvet band?

Sam: (as Prince Micheal.) Yes, that's her! Which way did she go?

Captain Feathersword: The cycle maker pointed the Prince in the right direction and bid him farewell.

Fernando Jorge Moguel: (as cycle maker singing.) Farewell good Prince Michael,

For I must build a cycle.

It needs a seat and bell as well,

For the cycle I must sell.

Farewell good Prince Michael,

For I must build a cycle.

It needs a seat and bell as well,

For the cycle I must sell.

Nice bike!

Captain Feathersword: The Prince continued on his search and came upon a florist. He asked the florist if she had seen a beautiful maid pass by.

Sam: (as Prince Micheal.) Have you seen a beautiful maid pass by?

Caterina Mete: (as florist singing.) Did her eyes they shine like diamonds?

Did she look like the Queen of the land?

Does her hair hang over her shoulder,

Tied up with a black velvet band?

Sam: (as Prince Micheal.) Yes! Yes, that's her! Which way did she go?

Captain Feathersword: The florist pointed the Prince in the right direction and bid him farewell.

Caterina Mete: (as florist singing.) Fare thee well my Prince,

I must attend my roses.

It's their beauty and their smell

That helps these lovely roses sell.

Fare thee well my Prince,

I must attend my roses.

It's their beauty and their smell

That helps these lovely roses sell.

Nice smell!

Captain Feathersword: The prince continued on his search, but became forlorn that he could not find the beautiful maiden. He was about to give up his search, when he turned towards the town square and he saw her! He wasted not a second and ran to her and sang...

Sam: (as Prince Micheal singing.) Your eyes they shine like diamonds;

I thought you the Queen of the land.

Your hair hangs over your shoulder,

It's tied with a black velvet band.

Captain Feathersword: The Prince danced with the fair maiden, and he knew he had found his true love.

Sam: (as Prince Micheal singing.) Your eyes they shine like diamonds;

You will be the Queen of the land.

Please wear this diamond tiara

I place on your head with my hand.

Captain Feathersword: The Prince and the maiden continued to dance and the maiden knew that she too had found her true love.

Carolyn Ferrie: (as the queen singing.) My eyes are shining like diamonds;

You've made me the Queen of the land.

I love to wear my tiara

And my hair in a black velvet band.

(with Sam as Prince Micheal singing.) Your hair in a black velvet band.

Your hair in a black velvet band.

Captain Feathersword: And they lived happily ever after. Wha-how!

(Shot transition to Anthony reciting a poem called Curly Locks.)

Anthony: Curly Locks! Curly Locks! Wilt thou be mine?

Thou shall not wash dishes, nor yet feed the swine,

But sit on a cushion and sew a fine seam,

And feed upon strawberries, sugar and cream.







Murray: This little piggy went to market. This little piggy stayed home. This little piggy had roast beef. This little piggy had none. This little piggy went "Wee, wee, wee, wee!" all the way home.

Sam: (singing) I'm a little teapot, short and stout

Here is my handle, here is my spout

When I get all steamed up, then I shout

Tip me over and pour me out

Captain Feathersword: (singing) I'm a clever teapot, yes, it's true

Here's an example of what I can do

I can change my handle to a spout

Just tip me over and pour me out














Sam: (singing) One, two, three, four, five

Once I caught a fish alive

Six, seven, eight, nine, ten

Then I let him go again

Dorothy: (singing) Why did you let him go?

Sam: (singing) Because he bit my finger so

Dorothy: (singing) Which finger did he bite?

Sam: (singing) This little finger on my right

(Instrumental break to Dorothy & Sam are doing their ballet about our little fishes.)

Sam: (singing) One, two, three, four, five

Once I caught a fish alive

Six, seven, eight, nine, ten

Then I let him go again

Dorothy: (singing) Why did you let him go?

Sam: (singing) Because he bit my finger so

Dorothy: (singing) Which finger did he bite?

Sam: (singing) This little finger on my right

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