Cowboy Let's Play


Cowboy

Imaginative preschool show. It is Sid's turn for an exciting adventure in the Wild West as he plays cowboys.


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# Do be do do be do be do

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# Let's Play! Do be do do be do be do

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# Let's Play!

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# Let's have an adventure, hooray! Do be do do be do be do

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# Let's Play!

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# Who could we be today? What could we do?

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# I'd like to drive a racing car Or fly to the moon

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# I could be a firefighter A farmer or a vet

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# A knight in shining armour Or I could be a chef

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# Let's Play! Do be do do be do be do

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# Let's Play! Let's Play! Do be do do be do be do

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# Let's Play! Let's have an adventure today!

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# Do be do do be do be do Let's Play! #

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Right, left hand on blue behind me.

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-Oh, no! You win, Rebecca.

-Yay!

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Rebecca, could you...? Thanks. Shall we play again?

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Maybe something a little less tricky.

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-Maybe you're right. I'll have a look on the shelf.

-OK.

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-How about this?

-No, we've played that.

-Oh, we have. We need new games.

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Yes, we do. SPACESHIP BEEPS

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-Hold on, Sid. It's time.

-Great!

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-It's time to play!

-Whose turn is it today?

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-Let it be me!

-Let it be me!

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-Me!

-Me!

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# Let it be me, let, let, let it be me

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# Let it be me

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# Let it be me

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# Let it be me

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# Let it be me

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# I really, really, really, really hope that it's me!

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# Let, let, let, let, let, let it be me!

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# Let it be me

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# Let it be me

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# I really, really, really, really hope that it's me! #

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-Could it be me?

-Could it be me?

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It's me!

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# Yes, it's me

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# Yes, it's me

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# I'm really, really, really, really happy... #

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It's me!

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Look, there's the dressing-up room.

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-# Let's play! #

-This is really exciting.

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Let's find out what we're playing today.

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Whoa! I've got a firefighter's helmet, a cave person's outfit,

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and clown shoes? That can't be right. Let's try something else.

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So, what have I got on now?

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A cowboy hat, a cowboy shirt, and cowboy's boots.

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Do you know what we're playing today?

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Yeeeeehaw! We're playing cowboys.

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We're going to go to the Wild, Wild West. So, what do we need to know?

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First of all, Sid, cowboys took cattle from one ranch to another

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in the Wild West. Sometimes, these ranches were very far apart,

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and to travel such a long way, a cowboy needed a horse.

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Cowboys could carry water in their hats, using it a bit like a bucket.

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And some cowboys sung to their cattle to calm them

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and to stop them running away when they were scared.

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We can do that. Sing to cattle, # La-la-la-la-la! Moo! #

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That's everything we need to remember, do we need anything else?

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Whoa!

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A padlock with a key. I'm not sure what that's for

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but I'm sure it will be useful.

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We've got everything we need, let's go!

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-I win!

-Hey, Rebecca.

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Can you guess what we're playing today?

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You're playing chefs walking down the street rolling out pastry?

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-No! I'm on a horse.

-Oh, that's a small horse.

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I'm not actually on the horse, I'm just showing you.

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We're playing cowboys. Yeehaw!

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I'd love to play a cowgirl in the Wild West. Remember to keep

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-your hat on, it's very hot out there.

-Sure will, what are you going to do?

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Well, I'm going to find some more games for us to play.

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-I think we need some more.

-OK, good luck. See you later.

-See ya. Bye.

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OK, partners. Come on, let's play cowboys.

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Wheee! Yay!

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Ho-ho! Wheee!

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Right. Where are we?

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Howdy.

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Hello, I'm Sid.

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Sid? You're a stranger round these parts.

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What brings you to this here town?

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I'm a cowboy. Look, I've got on the boots,

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the hat, the trousers,

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everything. I'm all dressed up.

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So you have. Well, welcome to our town, cowboy.

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Thanks.

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Excuse me, why are you walking like that?

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-Very tight trousers, they shrunk in the wash.

-Oh.

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Yep, I'm the sheriff round these parts. There's my badge.

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I stop anyone doing anything naughty in this town.

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The trick to being a good sheriff, you got keep your eyes and ears open.

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You've got to know everything that's going on.

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Anyway, I'm looking for some cows, have you seen any?

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-Moo! >

-Oh.

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-No, I can't say I have.

-Moo! >

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But if I do see or hear any I'll be sure to let you know.

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-Nothing gets past me.

-OK, well, thanks a lot, bye.

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Oh.

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This must be the place. A cattle ranch. There's a cowgirl.

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Oh, she's coming over.

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-Howdy.

-Hello, my name's Sid.

-Nice to meet you, Sid. I'm Cowgirl Kate.

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Ow, very nice to meet you, too, Cowgirl Kate.

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So, what brings you to these parts?

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I'm a cowboy, and I'm here to do some cowboy work.

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Well, yeehaw!

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-Wow, that's loud.

-I always say

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"Yeehaw!" really loud when I'm happy. And I'm happy to see you,

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cos I've got cowherding work that needs doing.

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-Great!

-Have you ever done this kind of work before?

-No. But I can learn.

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I always say, "Hooray!" when I'm happy.

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Are you strong and tough?

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Very strong. And very tough.

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Well, whoopity-doopity-doo!

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-Let's dance!

-Oh, OK.

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Whoop-whoop! Here we go!

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Whoop!

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MOOOO!

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Oh, no!

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I love this dancing!

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Thanks for showing me those dance moves, Cowgirl Kate.

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-Sid!

-Yes! I know!

-WHISTLE

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Hey? Oh. Sorry. Coming.

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What's the matter? Why did you run off?

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-My prize bull.

-Where?

-Exactly. Where?

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He smashed down my gate and ran off. Ooohh!

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She looks cross, all right. I know, maybe I can help you find your bull.

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Oh, really? Great!

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-Why, yeehaw! I always jump...

-Yes, I know.

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Hadn't we better find your bull? It's probably getting away.

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You're right. Come on.

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Hold on. I can't leave the gate like this,

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if the rest of the herd see it open, they'll all escape.

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-Oh, yes, you're right.

-Hey, partner. Could you find that bull on your own?

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-I think so.

-That's the way!

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OK!

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-While you're gone I'll get to fixing this gate and I'll see you later.

-OK.

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Wow, one bull to find. Let's go. This is going to be a long walk.

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A very long walk. It's probably miles away by now.

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I'm never going to catch it. Oh, no!

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And Cowgirl Kate is relying on me to find it.

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Ah! I know! I remember, do you?

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Cowboys use horses

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when they want to travel long distances with their cattle.

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We need a horse! Excuse me, Cowgirl Kate?

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-Can I borrow your horse, please?

-Sure can, buddy.

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He's by the ranch, he's called Trigger.

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-OK. Trigger. Right, thanks a lot, see you later.

-See ya!

-Come on.

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-Come on then, Trigger. Let's go and find that bull.

-Neigh!

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Must be around here somewhere.

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I wonder which way it went. Ah, look, there's a man over there.

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I think I'll get off and ask him. Whoa, Trigger, easy now, good boy.

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Neigh!

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-Hello.

-Howdy.

-Excuse me, you haven't seen a bull go rushing by?

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No, haven't seen anything. I've been too busy prospecting for gold.

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What's prospecting for gold?

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I take some mud from the river here and I put it through my sieve

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to see if there's any gold in it.

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-Oh.

-And any time I find some I buy myself a new hat.

-What's this?

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Yeah, that's my hat. It's been a long while since I found any gold.

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-Maybe I'll be lucky. Can I have a go?

-Sure, boy.

-OK.

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Right. Let's find you some gold.

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When I'm not looking for gold, I play my card in hat game.

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You throw the card and you have to get it in the hat.

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Three in, you win a biscuit.

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Missed again.

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Didn't find any gold, I'm afraid.

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I haven't found any in 20 years, so I didn't think

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you'd pick up much in ten seconds.

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Yes. Well, best of luck with the game. And with the gold prospecting.

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-Thanks, boy. See you later.

-Bye.

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Seems like a nice boy. Nice of him to wish me luck, too.

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Hey, wait a minute!

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What's this? It's gold!

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Ah, gold! I'm rich!

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Oh!

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And I just got myself a biscuit, too.

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Oh! Thanks for the good luck, boy!

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It must be around here somewhere.

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It can't be too difficult to spot a charging bull. Ah! There's a town.

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There must be people there. I'll ask them if anyone's seen him.

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Whoa, Trigger, easy now.

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WIND WHISTLES

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Hello.

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He doesn't look very friendly.

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Howdy. You a stranger round these parts?

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Yes, I've just ridden into town. I say,

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I think you've got a "funny-sounding voice".

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I guess I do. You wouldn't happen to have any water, would you?

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Water? Yes.

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-Did you like that?

-That was great, thank you so much!

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Your voice sounds a lot better.

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Yep, I had a very dry throat. The water's really done the trick.

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Tell me, have you seen a bull go past here, at all?

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Yeah, I have, about five minutes ago. Running in that direction.

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-Thanks very much.

-Thanks for the water, boy.

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Charging bull... Charging bull...

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There must be a charging bull around here somewhere. Ah, who's that?

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And what's she doing? Maybe she can help.

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Whoa, Trigger, easy now. That's it.

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Hello, I'm Sid.

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Howdy, Sid. I'm Polly. Pigtail Polly.

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-Hello, Pigtail Polly. What are you doing?

-I'm looking and listening.

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I do that a lot. I've got very good ears

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and if I listen hard enough, I can hear absolutely anything.

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Maybe she can help me. Could you help me, please?

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-I'm looking for a bull that's run away.

-Let me see.

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Wait.

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MOOING I hear a bull running.

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It's about two miles away.

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She really has got good ears.

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And wait.

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I hear a distant rumble.

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-I think there's a storm a-brewing.

-Really?

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Oh, no, that's actually me. It's been ages since lunch.

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-Thanks for telling me where the bull is.

-Mind how you go now, boy.

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OK, thank you very much. Let's go find that bull.

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OK, Trigger, here we go again.

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-Good boy.

-Neigh!

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-OK, boy. Let's go.

-Neigh.

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Hold on. We're not moving.

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Trigger, come on, boy. Oh. Why won't he move?

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-Pigtail Polly?

-Yeah?

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My horse isn't moving.

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That horse won't go because that horse is thirsty.

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Ah! Water!

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Oh, but I gave it all to the cowboy back there.

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-Do you know where I can get some water from?

-Let me see...

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Wait. I hear some water flowing,

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over some rocks. In about...

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-That direction.

-Wow! She really has got very good ears.

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Thank you very much. Trigger, river, over there!

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-He won't go because he's thirsty.

-Ah.

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So, the water's over there but the horse is over here,

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and the horse won't go to the water to drink it.

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Hmmm, what am I going to do?

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Ah! I know! I remember, do you?

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Yes, sometimes cowboys use their hats like buckets to collect water.

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So that's what I'll do. I'll use my hat to bring the water to Trigger.

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Excuse me.

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-Water.

-That's water, all right.

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There you are, Trigger. Good boy. Good boy.

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-Right, Polly reckoned the bull was somewhere in this direction.

-Moo!

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Ah! There he is! At last! Whoa, Trigger, steady.

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Moo!

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Ssh!

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-Easy, boy.

-Moo!

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Oh, dear. He looks very nervous.

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Nice and calm...

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Oh, no. What am I going to do?

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I've come all this way and he looks like he's going to escape again!

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What do I do?

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Ah! I know, I remember, do you?

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Cowboys sometimes sing to their cattle to stop them

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from being scared and running away.

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I'll sing the bull a song. But what song? Ooh, I know.

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# I'm a rock'n'roll cowboy And I live on the plain

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# Cos a cowboy not on the plain won't be the same... #

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Moo!

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I don't think he likes that. I know, I'll try singing it a different way.

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(SLOWLY) # I'm a rock'n'roll cowboy

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# And I live on the plain

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# Cos a cowboy not on the plain won't be the same... #

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Yes! He really likes that. OK, come on then, bull, let's go.

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Mooo!

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Come on, then. Why won't you move? I've just been singing to you.

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Oh... I get it.

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# I'm a rock'n'roll cowboy and I live on the plain... #

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Ah, that's done it.

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# ..not on the plain won't be the same... #

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One bull returned home safely. In you go, that's it.

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-Oh, you found him.

-Yep.

-Well, yeehaw!

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The only trouble is, my new gate.

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I don't know how to keep it closed. I don't want the bull escaping again.

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No. I don't either. Hold on.

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I knew this would come in handy.

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Here, you can use this. That way, your bull will never get out.

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Well, whoopity-doopity-doo!

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It's perfect. There!

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-Fixed and locked.

-Great. And we'd never have found that bull without

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remembering everything we needed to know.

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-Cowboys need horses to travel long distances with their cattle.

-Neigh!

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They can use their hats to carry water,

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and they sometimes sing to their cattle to keep them calm.

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# ..and I live on the plain... #

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I think it's time we went home.

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Nice making your acquaintance, Cowboy Sid.

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You too, Cowgirl Kate. Come on.

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It's not much fun playing draughts on your own.

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But it's easy to win.

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-Rebecca, I have been singing to a bull!

-Singing to a bull?

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Yes, and dancing and saying "yeehaw!" quite a lot.

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And I've got us a new game...

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using this hat. It's called card in the hat.

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All you have to do is get three cards in the hat

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-and you win a biscuit.

-Biscuit? My go first.

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-Ooh!

-Missed.

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-It's not easy.

-Never mind, just a little bit of practice.

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Playing cowboys was great fun. But what do you like to play?

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I love to play tigers cos they're big and stripy.

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Tigers go like this, raar! Raar! RAAAR!

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When I play mechanics I fix cars.

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I love playing rock stars. I play my guitar like this.

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ROCK GUITAR MUSIC

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I love playing vets and making animals feel better.

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I like looking after them like this.

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WOOF WOOF WOOF!

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It's fun to play. Start playing today.

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See you soon.

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Preschool show exploring the magic of play through dressing up, role play and pretending. It's Sid's turn for an exciting adventure in the Wild West as he plays cowboys. Has he got what it takes to be a proper cowboy? Will he be able to round up an escaped bull before the magic curtain appears to take him home?


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