Big Bear's Brumba Everything's Rosie


Big Bear's Brumba

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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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Big Bear. What are you doing?

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Hi, Rosie. Hi, Raggles.

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I'm spring cleaning. It's hard work.

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-What's all this?

-These are things I don't need any more.

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And this is everything I want to keep.

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There's just so much to do.

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-Don't worry, Big Bear, we'll help you.

-What should we do first?

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I'm clearing this too.

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First I need to

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get this down.

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Whoa!

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CLANG

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COUGHING

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I can't reach.

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Ooh.

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There you go, Big Bear.

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I wish I were as fit as you, Rosie.

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Maybe you could be.

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I could? How?

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You just need a bit of exercise, that's all.

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But what could I do?

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I've got some ideas.

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Me too. We could be your trainers and help you get fit.

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Great idea, Raggles. What do you think, Big Bear?

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Hoo-hoo-hoo. Let's do it.

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VIOLIN PLAYS

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That was great, Holly. I'm going to play the violin too.

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Just as well as you.

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But, Will, you haven't practised.

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Practice schmactice. It'll be easy.

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DISCORDANT VIOLIN

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Oh, dear.

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Ha-ha.

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Huh? Silly violin. It doesn't even work properly.

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Yes, it does.

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I'll find something else to play.

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Raggles' triangle will work much better than that silly violin.

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Listen to this, Oakley.

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Oh, I can't wait.

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TING-TING-TING

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ALL: Bring, bring, bring!

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Well, what do you think, Oakley?

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Oh, erm, it's very loud, isn't it?

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I think this is broken as well.

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TING-TING

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ALL: Bring, bring!

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You can do it. Keep going.

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Hit the ground, Big Bear. Next, press-ups.

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One, two, three, four. Easy, see?

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That's right. Now push.

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Eeergh.

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Come on. You can do it.

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Aaargh.

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Can I borrow your guitar, Big Bear?

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Great, thanks.

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I...can't...do it.

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Don't worry, Big Bear.

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I know. Why don't we try something a little slower?

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Yes, please.

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-GUITAR CHORD

-Perfect.

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This guitar looks like it will definitely work.

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I didn't know you had to be so bendy to do yoga.

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It's meant to be very relaxing.

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And it's a great way to keep fit too.

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How do you think he's doing, Oakley?

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Erm, Big Bear doesn't look very relaxed, Rosie.

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No. I'm not.

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Oh!

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Let's try the tree pose instead.

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Ho, ho, ho. I've been trying that pose all my life.

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I can highly recommend it.

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LAUGHTER

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-Is the tree pose any easier?

-Easy peasy.

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Watch me and do what I do.

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Oh.

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-Go on, Big Bear.

-Look, I can do it too.

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That's it.

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Use your arms to help you balance.

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OK, Rosie.

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GUITAR NOISE

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Oh. What was that?

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GUITAR NOTES

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-Will.

-Hi, Rosie. How am I doing?

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We're trying to teach Big Bear yoga but the noise is putting him off.

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Noise?

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Don't you like my guitar playing?

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Erm, sorry, but it's a bit loud and a little out of tune.

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I think there must be something wrong with this guitar

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and Raggles' triangle. They just don't sound right.

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Maybe you just need to practise a bit more.

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No, they must be broken.

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I'll just have to make something new. See you later, Rosie.

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Ha-ha.

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VIOLIN MUSIC

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LOUD DISCORDANT MUSIC

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HUFFING AND PUFFING

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You're doing really well, Big Bear. I think running might be your sport.

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Thanks, Raggles.

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ALL: Whoa!

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LAUGHTER

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-Sorry, Rosie. Sorry, Raggles.

-That's OK. It was fun.

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But maybe we'll try something a bit safer next time.

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Look, Holly. I've made a new instrument. Listen to this.

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LOUD DISCORDANT ACCORDION MUSIC

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Quack quack quack!

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Squawk!

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See how Raggles is skipping, Big Bear?

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-Are you ready?

-Um, I think so.

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One, two, three.

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CRASH, PARP, CRASH

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Maybe skipping wasn't such a good idea.

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Oh! Oh, dear. That was a bit clumsy.

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I'll just go back to my cleaning.

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Hm? There must be some way for Big Bear to get fit.

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I just can't find an instrument that works.

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Even my own invention sounded terrible.

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But what was wrong with my triangle?

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It's broken.

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Broken?

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It looks all right to me.

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What instrument could I try next?

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TAP-TAP-TAP

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Chuckatoo, chuckatoo, chuckatoo.

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LAUGHTER

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Keep going, Will.

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Chuckatoo, chuckatoo, chuckatoo.

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LAUGHTER

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Look at Big Bear.

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That's really good.

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Chick-chick-chickaboo.

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You've found your instrument, Will.

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And you've found a way to get fit, Big Bear.

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Oh, I have?

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Yes. You've made up your very own dance.

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-Chickaboo-chickaboo.

-Hoo-hoo.

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What's your dance called?

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Um, I'm not sure.

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I know. It's the Big Bear Brumba!

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ALL: Yes! Yay!

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-Can you teach me the brumba?

-And me.

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Chuckatoo, chuck-chuck, chuckaboo.

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LAUGHTER

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You know, Rosie, I think I'm even better at yoga than

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I am at star jumps, and that's saying something.

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-Can I have a go of your triangle, Raggles?

-OK.

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TING-TING Whoa! Careful!

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Are you OK, Raggles?

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Yes, but it looks like my yoga tree is broken.

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And your triangle sounds broken too when I play it.

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Oh, well, at least we had fun giving it a try, eh, Rosie?

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Yes, we did, Raggles.

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TING-TING-TING

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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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Big Bear wants to get fit so Rosie and Raggles set out to help. After trying and failing at various different exercises Big Bear is ready to give up, until Will's new instrument provides the answer.


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