Episode 13 All Over the Place


Episode 13

Ed Petrie and friends discover places to visit in the USA. The team go from the mythical world of a legendary giant to the Wild West of Tombstone Arizona.


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Jump on board and let your CBBC mates take you on a tour

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of the great American song book!

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Richard rocks out in New York City. Johny's shaking in his boots!

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Michelle's on a rollercoaster, Naomi's world's turned upside down,

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Ed gets stressed in the dark and Iain plans a wedding!

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# All over the place

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# All over the place

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# North, south, east, west, On a bizarre quest

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# Me and my mates all over the place!

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# It's true what you've heard, everything is absurd

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# Whatever we do is strange but true!

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# All over the place

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# All over the place

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# Bet you didn't know there's stuff all over the States

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# But it turns out all over the place! #

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Typical Ed, he's late. He's going to miss the flight home.

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Excuse me. Ooh, sorry!

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-Ed, what's this?

-This? It's my hand luggage!

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-What's all this other stuff?

-What do I do at the end of every series?

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You sit in a corner, hugging a teddy, crying for a week!

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No. No, the other thing.

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Oh, sorry. You collect insignia from every place we've visited! Right.

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I've got stuff from all over the USA.

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I got this from the bunny collectors.

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Oh! And this, this is from the museum.

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The museum of, um...

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The museum of, er...

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The museum. The museum of, um...

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-The Banana Museum.

-So nearly had that!

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I don't want to forget what an amazing time we had.

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That won't happen. Look at this.

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They're showing Our Songs as the in-flight movie!

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-No way!

-Yeah.

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-What, like an end of series compilation show?

-Exactly.

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Like an end of series compilation show.

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Well, in that case, let's party!

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Woo-hoo-hoo-hoo!

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Woo-hoo-hoo!

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Sorry. It's just that Richard and I had to pick up a fancy dress costume

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in this shop in New York.

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Party Shop!

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# Let me take you to a shop that's real sweet

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# Here in New York on West 21st Street

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# Goes by the name of Abracadabra

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# Whatever we need, they're gonna have, yeah!

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# Hope you're feeling experimental

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# There's 10,000 costumes available for rental

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# A thousand square metres of retail space

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# If you wanna dress up, this is the place

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# Party Shop is gonna blow your mind

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# There's not a costume that you cannot find

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# Every outfit under the sun

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# Let's get going, try them on

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# We should go round as a double act

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# The crime-fighting duo

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-#

-Bagsy me for Batman

-I wanna be Batman, too, though!

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# How about nacho libre, if your auntie will allow us,

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# Cos if there's a look I can carry off

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# It's pants outside my trousers!

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# Let's keep it American

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# I'll go as Abe Lincoln

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# I'd rather be Cleopatra, a glamorous Ancient Egyptian

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-# We could be a pair of Romans

-I say we go more quirky

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# So what's your suggestion?

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# How about a turkey?

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# Party Shop right here in New York

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# Every costume to fit one and all

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# Any outfit you need they can get

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# But we haven't quite decided yet

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# Dress up, dress up

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# Costumes as far as the eye can see

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# Dress up, dress up

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# And thousands of accessories

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# Dress up, dress up

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# I could do this all afternoon

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# Dress up, dress up. #

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Hurry up, guys. We're closing soon.

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Sorry.

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# Every day we're dressing up

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# Party Shop has truly got it all

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# Costumes stacked wall to wall

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# Outfits piled high on every shelf

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# Probably having a party itself

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# Party Shop is where I want to be

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# I could live in here quite happily

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# We need to get a move on and decide

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# Make your mind up and I'll meet you outside

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# I'll take this one. #

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A-hem. Sorry. I'll take this one.

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Good afternoon, everyone aboard. This is your captain speaking.

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There you go, "Captain Speaking".

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This is Captain Speaking speaking.

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And with me is my new co-pilot, Jenkins,

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who I'm reliably informed is "well good at planes".

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Brrrr! Rarrrr!

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-I also make a mean giraffe.

-Not bad.

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So just settle back in your seats and enjoy the next song,

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which is all about Paul Bunyan,

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the USA's biggest folk hero.

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Folk hero? Yee-hah!

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No, no. Not as in folk music.

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-Just that a lot of folk like him.

-Oh.

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Well, that's awfully embarrassing.

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What a strange man.

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We're here in Minnesota at a theme park

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that celebrates the life of North American folk hero, Paul Bunyan.

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You're probably thinking, "Who is Paul Bunyan?"

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I certainly am!

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And why has he got his own theme park, Paul Bunyan Land?

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Again, you read my mind.

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Well, there is just one way to explain all this.

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Is it through the medium of popular song, Naomi?

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-Yes, it is!

-Who writes this stuff?

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Not us, Paul. Not us! Cue the song!

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# This theme park in the Minnesota town of Brainerd

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# Is devoted to someone of whom we've not heard

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# This enormous statue is the very man

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# He's called Bunyan and this is called Bunyan Land

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# Who is he and what is he supposed to do?

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# Well, the way he's dressed should give us a clue

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# A lumberjack shirt and a lumberjack hat

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# I've no idea!

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-A lumberjack?

-I'd never have got that.

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# He's a giant American folk hero

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# We're not actually certain who he is, though

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# If we want to find out it's the place to go

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# So let's go-o-o

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# Let's go to Paul Bunyan Land!

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# Every American has heard of Paul Bunyan

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# And made the blue ox his animal companion

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# There's spot the reversible dog

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# Poor pup

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# I don't think he knows which way is up

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# Everything about Bunyan is bigger and better

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# From his giant pocket watch

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# To posting a letter

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# The tall tales of Paul and his pals are right

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# This is the first time I've heard of him in my entire life

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# He's an enormous mythical lumberjack

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# He accomplishes feats with his trusty axe

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# Any other questions feel free to ask

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# When you go-o-o

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# You go to Paul Bunyan Land

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# No-one is really sure if there was a real Paul

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# Is he just mythical

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# Did he exist at all

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# Some say he was dreamed up as an ad campaign

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# Either way at least

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# We now know his name

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# He's a storybook hero from olden days

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# Known the entire breadth of the USA

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# Though the first that we heard of him was today

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# Now we know-o-o

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# All about Paul Bunyan and

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# It's thanks to Paul Bunyan Land! #

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The in-flight entertainment is excellent, but I'm a bit peckish.

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Chicken or slop?

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Chicken or slop?

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No?

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Chicken or slop?

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I don't know. What sort of chicken is it?

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Sloppy chicken.

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-Right. What sort of slop is it?

-Sloppy slop.

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-Oh. You know...

-Or...there's the special.

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-What's that?

-Extra sloppy sloppy slop!

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Right.

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I'll just watch the song.

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So you don't want any slop?

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I think my singing is sloppy enough as it is!

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On second thoughts, maybe I will have some slop.

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Great!

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Let's just hope we don't hit any...

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turbulence.

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Is it just me, or is this plane run by total cowboys?

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Bit like the ones Johny and I met in Tombstone, Arizona.

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-Did you just say slop?

-No.

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Let's go!

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# Walking warily down the street

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# In an Arizona town

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# Don't shoot! We're not real cowboys

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# Johny, keep your voice down

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# It's not the Wild West here these days

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# Those dangerous times are gone

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# People now visit Tombstone

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# To learn about what went on

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# Back in the 1870s

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# It was a silver mining town

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# Cowboys came to seek their fortune

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# From miles and miles around

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# Had a reputation as a violent place

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# You could often hear a gun battle

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# If I was a cowboy way back then, I'd stick to herding cattle

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# Under the desert sky

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# This town's too tough to die

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# Most famous shoot-out of all time

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# Was in 1881

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# It only lasted 30 seconds

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# But its legend still lives on

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# The gun fight at the O.K Corral

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# Here's an interesting fact to know

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# It actually took place in a vacant lot

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# By a photography studio

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# Wyatt Earp and his brothers

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# Along with Doc Holliday

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# Took some lawless cowboys on

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# That fateful October day

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# Cleaning up the Tombstone streets they saw as a must

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# And the lawmen shot the cowboys dead

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# Three of them bit the dust

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# It's quite a grizzly past

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# This place is a blast #

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-GUNFIRE

-What was that? What was that?

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Don't panic. It's just a re-enactment.

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They put them on for the tourists. I hope!

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Boothill Cemetery is the resting place

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for this notorious band of brothers.

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And judging by the number of tombstones,

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a couple of hundred others!

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# It's called Boothill cos many victims were buried with their boots on

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# Being a cowboy was a dangerous game

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# So why have we got these cowboy suits on?

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I think I'd feel a lot safer dressed as a sheriff!

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# A real frontier town

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# Two times it burnt down

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# America's Wild West

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# Cowboy, you're under arrest! #

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OMG! You'll never guess who's on the plane!

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Only that fella from All Over The Place!

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-All over where?

-That bloke you were serving.

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That's Ed What's-his-face.

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Oh, he's an absolute dreamboat, and so talented.

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Personally, I prefer popular, if somewhat underrated Iain Sterling.

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No. He can only do one accent.

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"Hello. I'm Iain. Would you like to hear my American accent?

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"It's exactly the same as all the other ones."

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At least he's not got a big nose!

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-Ed's not got a big nose!

-It's massive!

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Imagine it coming at you through the TV!

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Imagine it in 3D!

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Anyway, it's time for another song now.

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This one's all about when Ed and Michelle went to a shopping centre.

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What was Ed shopping for? A smaller nose?

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I'll pretend I didn't hear that.

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# Here in Minnesota

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# Got a real sight for you all

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# What America does best

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# A great big enormous sprawling shopping mall

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# 520 shops

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# 40 million visits a year

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# It's the Mall of America

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# Hope there's a map!

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# Yes. You are...here

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# But take a quick look to the left

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# It's quite an interesting sight

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Isn't that a theme park?

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For once, Ed, you are right.

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# Everyone's so funny, funny, funny

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# Put away your money, money, money

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# Forget about buying a car or a toaster

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# Instead have a go on a rollercoaster

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# It's not just about a spending spree

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# Or partaking in retail therapy

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# The price tags no longer interest me

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# Although I should point out these rides aren't free

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# Have you ever seen

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# Such a thing before?

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# Over 20 theme park rides

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# Inside an enormous sprawling shopping mall

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# Take a quick look to the right

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# You won't believe your eyes

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-Is that a sea life centre?

-Yep.

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Why am I not surprised?

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# It's not about the shopping, shopping, shopping

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# Your jaw will be dropping, dropping, dropping

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# Forget about buying a present for your mum

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# And spend the day at an aquarium

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# A million-gallon tank full of sea creatures

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# For a shopping centre, it's an unusual feature

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# An underground tunnel watching sharks above

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# I usually hate shopping, but this I love!

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-# 52 planes could fit

-Inside the mall

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-# 12,000 staff employed

-Inside the mall

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-# They've even got plants and trees

-Inside the mall

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-# And two enormous parking lots

-Inside the mall

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-No, Ed. They're outside. Pay attention.

-Oh.

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# Forget about the shopping, shopping, shopping

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# Here we will be stopping, stopping, stopping

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# Instead of picking up some product for my hair

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# I get to spend the day at a massive fair

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# Who is interested in a cash transaction

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# When there's an aquarium as an attraction?

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# How can a shopping centre have this much action?

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# Though some would call it a slight distraction! #

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I do actually need some hair wax.

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OK. Back we go.

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How are we doing, Jenkins? How far is it to London?

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MUNCHING

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Is that cream round your mouth?

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-Don't tell me...

-Sorry, sir,

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but somebody brought...cakes on a plane!

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Calm down, Jenkins. Besides, it's time you took control.

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It's all very confusing.

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Nonsense. Pay attention.

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These are the twiddly knob things. This is the pull up and down thing.

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And this... SQUEAK!

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is a squeaky shoe.

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-It's your turn now.

-OK. Um...

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Oh, it's not to difficult this.

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You'll enjoy the next song, sir. It's about an upside-down house.

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-Jenkins.

-Yes, sir?

-You're an idiot.

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Thank you, sir.

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# We're here in Wisconsin

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# In a place they call The Dells

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# To check out the White House

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# Where the US President dwells

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# Hang on just a minute

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# What did you just say?

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# The White House is in Washington DC

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# Roughly 1,000 miles that way!

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# This is a scale replica

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# Like nothing you've ever seen

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# They've turned the concept on its head

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# Ooh, I see what you mean

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# They built this White House upside-down

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# As a tourist attraction

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# If confusion is your thing

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# You're guaranteed satisfaction

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# It looks mighty impressive

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# Like it's fallen from the sky

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# Whoever parked the car here

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# Is in for a surprise!

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# Even when you're inside

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# It's topsy-turvy too

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# The furniture is stuck way up there

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# Hope they used a decent glue!

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# The floor becomes the ceiling

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# And the ceiling becomes the floor

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# Though despite being upside-down

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# The walls remain the walls

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# They built this White House upside-down

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# A presidential home from home

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# If the furniture falls off

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Don't worry. It's all made from light-weight foam!

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# This is the Oval Office

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# The president's work place

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# That's George Washington up there

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# First leader of the USA

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# He never lived at the White House

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# He lived at Mount Vernon instead

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# He wouldn't have liked it here that much

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# Gives you a rush of blood to the head!

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# They built this White House upside-down

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# The reason's not entirely clear

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# Just one thing we'd like to ask

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# What's this T.Rex doing here?

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# They built this White House upside-down

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# A stranger place we've not found

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# But we're the other side of the world #

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So for you at home, it's the right way round.

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Yeah. Doesn't quite work like that, Ed.

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Oh. I'd love to live in an upside-down house.

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Really? What about when you went to the toilet?

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I'm going to miss that about America.

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What? Upside-down toilets?

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-Every time you went for a poo...

-No.

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I mean all the things that America's got that nowhere else has.

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Where in Britain can you see stuff so old, it's from the Triassic period?

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Have you seen my grandmother's living room furniture?

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I mean the national forest that Johny and I visited in Arizona.

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Ah, yes. Of course.

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You guys were the first people ever

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to write a Saturdays-inspired pop song

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-about petrified trees!

-Really? Were we the first?

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It seemed the obvious thing to do, to me.

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# Petrified

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# Let us take you on a journey back in time

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# Cos this place is gonna blow your mind

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# Better all prepare yourselves for a big shock

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-# Cos this forest, it's made from rock

-Made from rock

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# Would you please explain the science to me if you could?

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# Basically, quartz replaced organic matter in the wood

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# So these are all dried up, all dried up

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# All dried up and petrified

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# All dried up, all dried up

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# All dried up and petrified

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# It used to be living things

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# Years ago, they all died

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# All dried up, all dried up

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# All dried up and petrified

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# Back in the Triassic period, don't you know

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-# That's 200 million years ago

-Years ago

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# The trees became buried beneath the river bed

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-# Then they became fossils instead

-Fossils instead

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# Over time the Earth's crust moved and it eroded away

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# And what's left are the relics of those ancient days

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# And they are all dried up, all dried up

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# All dried up and petrified

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# All dried up, all dried up

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# All dried up and petrified

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# It used to be living things

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# Dinosaurs, plants and reptiles

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# All dried up, all dried up

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# All dried up and petrified

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# In the desert there's a rock all colourfully arranged

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# They tell of past environments, how the climate has changed

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# The petroglyphs are real proof

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# That humans were here too

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# Simple drawings carved in rock

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# That one looks like you!

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# Petrified

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# All dried up, all dried up

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# All dried up and petrified

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# All dried up, all dried up

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# All dried up and petrified

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# Here in Arizona

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# Present and the past collide

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# All dried up, all dried up

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# All dried up and petrified #

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Ooh, you lot are funny!

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As if a tree could be turned into stone!

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No, it does happen. The wood becomes fossilised.

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I think someone's a little travel sick, don't you?

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I'm not sick. Petrified trees exist.

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Course they do, love. So do wizards and leprechauns.

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-You don't understand. It's an actual...

-Have a little sleep.

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When you wake up, hopefully the next song will be more realistic.

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The next song is about when Ed and I went to Vegas.

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Ed got married to himself.

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Married to himself, now, is he?

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Yes, he was dressed as a hula girl.

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Right. Yes.

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And I was dressed as Elvis and a vampire.

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Is there a doctor on board? He's gone completely doolally.

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I'm not doolally! I'm a children's television presenter!

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I've got a talking dog. We link into the shows.

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Move away for your own safety.

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Ed did get married to himself. I didn't dream it.

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Did I?

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Last year, 89,407 couples in love

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decided to get married in one of these 35 wedding chapels.

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Ed has asked me to be his best man and organise his wedding.

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Do you know, I've never seen him so happy.

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I'm so happy!

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-See?

-I'm so happy, Iain,

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I want to get married right here, right now.

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Isn't that a stroke of luck?

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# It's a beautiful day

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# The sun is high

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# In the blue, blue, blue Las Vegas sky

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# And I've decided

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# I want to get wed

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# Well, you're in luck, mate

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# Don't know if you've heard

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# We're in the marriage capital of the world

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# You could easily be Mr and Mrs Ed

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# Getting married in Vegas isn't very hard

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# See this little chapel on the boulevard

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# Thousands every year come here to say "I do"

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# You could be all done and dusted in a minute or two

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# Wo-oh-oh-oh-oh

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# I'll have the wedding of my dreams

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# Did you know-oh-oh-oh

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# The weddings here are themes

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# You can dress as Elvis, use this massive car

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# I could go Hawaiian in this coconut bra

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# How about a vampire

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# Or try inter-galactic

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# There's Egyptian costumes and gangster suits

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# I never knew getting married could be such a hoot

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# Oh, I like this grim reaper

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# That's a little drastic

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# With a choice of chapels, what could be finer

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# Getting hitched in a gazebo or a '50 diner

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# My darling bride-to-be is sure to go wow

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# When Dracula reads out the wedding vows

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# Wo-oo-oo-oo-oo

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# Can't wait to tie the knot

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# Mind you-oo-oo-oo

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# Is this the biggest size you've got?

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# I'll need something old, something new

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# Something borrowed, something blue

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# Well your jokes are old and your haircut's new

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# You can borrow my socks, and will this do?

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# Woo-oo-oo-oo-oo

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# Come on, let's do this thing

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# Have you-oo-oo-oo-oo

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# Remembered the ring?

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# Woh-oo-oo-oo-oo

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# It's going to be the best day of my life

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# Although-oh-oh-oh

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# I just need to find someone to be my wife! #

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Ah. Don't worry, mate. I'm sure you'll find a wife eventually.

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In fact, I think that stewardess fancies you a bit.

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Oh. OK.

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That's weird on every level.

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Thanks for the vote of confidence, though.

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'We are now approaching London.

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'Could all passengers prepare for landing,

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'terrible weather and endless re-runs of Top Gear.'

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We're over and done for another year.

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What was your favourite bit of the whole series?

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Do you know what? I'd have to say

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it was spending time with all my totally brilliant CBBC mates.

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I now see why they gave us a sick bag.

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Only joking, mate.

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Actually, I was sick in that earlier.

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Oh. Sorry, madam!

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I do agree with you, though.

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I love spending time with you guys.

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In fact, I don't want to go home.

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If you think about it, we don't have to.

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We're on a plane. We could go anywhere.

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We could go to France.

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-Or Australia.

-The moon.

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Who wants to boldly go where no CBBC presenters have been before?

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Yeah!

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Captain, take this plane all over the place!

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You don't think he'll really fly us to the moon, do you?

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I hope not. I haven't packed my zero-gravity underpants.

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Did you? Stop the plane!

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You all been watching All Over The Place!

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Ed Petrie and friends go on an incredible journey to find the most unusual, strange and amazing places to visit in the USA. The team rock the Party Shop in New York and ride a massive rollercoaster inside the USA's biggest shopping mall. They go from the mythical world of a legendary giant to the Wild West of Tombstone Arizona. Then they go on an amazing stateside journey, from the topsy-turvy world of the Upside Down Whitehouse in Wisconsin, to a world of weddings in Las Vegas.


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