Life Beneath the Waves Everything's Rosie


Life Beneath the Waves

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# All sing along, all sing along

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# We can laugh and play

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# It's fun all day when we all sing our song

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# Everything's Rosie Everything's Rosie

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# Everything's fun when your friends are around

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# Raggles and Bluebird

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# Big Bear and Oakley

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# Everything is Rosie now

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# Ooh-ooh, ooh-ooh. #

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Raggles? Raggles?

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Are you all right?

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Help, help, help!

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Don't worry. Here.

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Oh!

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-What are you looking for?

-Erm...

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A-ha! I knew they were here somewhere!

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Swimming goggles? What do you need those for?

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Er, swimming.

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I'm going to explore life beneath the waves.

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Look.

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Jellyfish, dolphins, and octopus.

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I might even see my favourite sea creature, a shark.

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ROSIE GASPS

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But there's no sea in the garden, Raggles.

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Maybe not, but there is a pool at the showground.

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-What is she up to?

-Something to do with glue.

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Yes, I worked that part out myself.

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Hello.

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Have you come to watch me make a collage?

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A what?

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A collage. A big, huge picture to go on the living room wall.

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THEY SQUEAK

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-Oh, I think they want to go.

-So do I.

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Here I come, creatures of the deep.

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Everything all right, Raggles?

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Shh, the fish don't like noise.

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-What fish?

-Shh.

-But...

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Shh.

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Oh, it's no good.

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There aren't any fish here.

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That's what we've been trying to say.

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We didn't come here for fish, did we?

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-We came for a paddle and to cool off.

-I only want to get my feet wet.

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Climb onto my flipper. I'll lower you down into the water.

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Oh, thanks, Raggles.

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-Oh!

-Oh! No use!

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Hi, Matt, hi, Nat. Do you need some help?

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Phew! Hi, Raggles.

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-Oh, we've tried pulling this log.

-But it just won't move.

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Let me have a go.

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Perhaps I'll see some underwater creatures.

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-Well, there's Nat.

-And there's Matt.

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There aren't any other water creatures here.

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-The water's too shallow.

-Oh!

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-BOTH:

-Hooray!

-Thank you.

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There's only one thing for it then. I'll have to go to the sea.

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Where is the sea?

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Er, I'm not sure.

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But they say all streams lead there.

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Then I'll just have to follow the stream.

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Raggles, why are you dressed like that?

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You won't be laughing when I'm exploring

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the underwater world of sea creatures.

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What are you talking about?

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If I followed the stream I'll reach the sea.

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That's where all streams go in the end.

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Maybe, but the sea is really far away, Raggles.

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It'll take ages to get there.

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Thanks for pumping up my tyre, though.

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Oh!

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Oh.

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Right a bit, now left, a lot.

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Thanks, Raggles.

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Big Bear, what's the quickest way to get the sea?

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Well, now. Erm...

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Because I tried following the stream, but there must be a quicker way

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and I have to get there today, to see the underwater creatures.

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It's true that streams run to the sea, but they turn into big rivers

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first and sometimes they can flow for miles and miles.

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That's OK. I can walk really fast in my flippers.

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I'm sorry, Raggles, I think it's too far to walk to the sea.

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Oh! But I want to see dolphins and seahorses and jellyfish and...

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I know who might be able to help. Come with me.

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La, la, la, la, la.

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Ta-da! Doesn't it look amazing?

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They're great. Thanks, Holly,

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but I wish I could have seen what it's really like under the sea.

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I'll see you later.

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Psst! Rosie, we're ready.

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Ready to explore the world beneath the sea, Raggles?

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Oh, I wish.

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-Then come with me.

-What?

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Welcome to your very own submarine, Raggles.

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Get ready for a voyage beneath the waves.

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Oh! But how?

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My fish, they're swimming!

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Whoa!

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Oh! There's even a mermaid.

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What do you think, Rosie? Just like water bubbles, no?

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You know, I think I could have been a real fish. I'm so graceful.

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Keep going, everyone.

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Oh, hi, Will.

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Is that whales singing?

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Yeah, but it's not whales I'm worried about, it's sharks.

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I made a really good one out of papier-mache.

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Great, sharks are Raggles' favourite.

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Yes, but I'm too big to fit inside. If I try, I'm going to rip it.

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Hmm. Well, maybe the Mordys can help us.

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Now, lobsters, where are you?

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-Who's got the seaweed?

-Me.

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And me.

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Hold still, Oakley.

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It's not every day I get to go under the sea.

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Honestly, for a tree you do fidget a lot.

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Hee-hee-hee! It tickles.

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-Erm, what am I supposed to be again?

-Er, an octopus?

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-No, a dolphin...I think.

-Oh!

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A coral reef. Wow!

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Whoa!

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Oh, wait there, Mr Shark, I'm coming to see you.

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This is just like being under the sea. Thank you, everyone.

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-You helped us today, Raggles.

-So we thought we'd do the same for you.

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I love it, especially the shark.

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There he is again!

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It's only us.

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Wah! Can't catch me.

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THEY GIGGLE

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I'd love to be a great white shark.

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-What do sharks eat, Rosie?

-Fish.

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But you'd have to catch them first.

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Hmm, I wouldn't want to chase fish around every time I was hungry.

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I think I'd like to be a new kind of shark.

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What do you mean, Raggles?

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I'd be a great blue chocolate biscuit-eating shark.

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ROSIE LAUGHS

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You'd better start practising then.

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Blue chocolate biscuit-eating shark.

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Hey, Rosie!

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# Everything's Rosie Everything's Rosie

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# Everything's fun when your friends are around

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# Raggles and Bluebird

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# Big Bear and Oakley

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# Everything is Rosie now. #

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Rosie lives in a playhouse with her colourful group of friends. Together they embark on adventures as they learn the meaning of true friendship.

Raggles is determined to explore the world of underwater creatures and heads off to find the sea. When Big Bear tells him the sea is much too far away, Raggles is disappointed, but with help from his friends he might still get to see a shark after all.


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