Mr a Mrs Jones Marcaroni


Mr a Mrs Jones

Mae 'na hwyl a sbri a chân newydd ar y ffordd! Hwrê - a chân ydy hi am bâr anghymharus ond hynod hapus o'r enw Mr a Mrs Jones! A new song about an unlikely but happy couple, Mr ...


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-Enter the clock tower

-and say hello.

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-We'll enjoy a song later.

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-Hello, Roli and Poli!

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-Hello, Do and Re!

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-Hello, Oli!

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-Hello to the best composer

-in the world - Marcaroni.

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-SQUEAKING

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-Thank you, Bachyn.

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-What on earth

-is that squeaking noise?

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-Hello, Marcaroni!

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-I can't hear you

-over this squeaking, Oli!

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-Pardon?

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-Pardon?

-

-Pardon?

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-Pardon?

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-Pardon?

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-Wait there!

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-I'll come down now.

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-Slide, slide, slide-o-phone!

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-Marcaroni,

-what is that squeaking noise?

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-Is it a new song?

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-Is it a new song?

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-Ha, ha! No, Oli.

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-The clock wheels are rusty.

-They need some oil.

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-Come to mention it,

-that noise makes me want to dance!

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-It's called clock dancing!

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-Who can we ask

-to come and oil those wheels?

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-Wait a minute!

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-DOORBELL

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-DOORBELL

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-Who could it be?

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-Marcaroni?

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-Marcaroni the wheel oiler,

-at your service!

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-I hear you need my help today.

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-I hear you need my help today.

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-You're telling me!

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-The wheels keep groaning

-and squeaking and screaming.

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-Well, this is why, Oli.

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-These wheels turn and turn and

-that's how the clock keeps time.

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-All sorts of tiny wheels

-turn in different directions.

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-Each one works with the next wheel

-to help the clock tick smoothly.

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-Yes, but not today, apparently!

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-That's true. When things don't

-run smoothly, life isn't so easy.

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-Don't worry. The wheels will

-turn smoothly again in no time.

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-You oil the wheels

-and I'll prepare some food.

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-Ah, food!

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-Merry-go-kitchen!

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-Blue is the best colour.

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-I think you'll find it's pink.

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-Little girls in the big world and

-little female fairies love pink.

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-The wheels are all

-turning smoothly again.

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-Little boys in the big world

-and little male fairies love blue.

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-Pink.

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-Pink.

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-Blue.

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-What's going on, you two?

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-You sound worse than

-those squeaky wheels!

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-Do argues that blue

-is the best colour.

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-Re says pink is the best colour.

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-Perhaps you're both right.

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-What?

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-Blue is the best colour for Do

-and pink is the best colour for Re.

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-It's fine to like different things.

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-Imagine how boring life would be

-if we all liked the same thing.

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-Green is my favourite colour.

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-I think green is absolutely great.

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-Do you?

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-Do you?

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-Yes.

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-Oli, what's your favourite colour?

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-Yellow.

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-Yellow.

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-We all like different things.

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-Yes, like the wheels in the clock

-turn in different directions...

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-..but they work really well

-as a team.

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-The most important thing is

-we like each other...

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-..just like Mr and Mrs Jones.

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-Mr and Mrs who?

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-Mr and Mrs who?

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-It's a poem us Odls like to recite.

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-Mr Jones and Mrs Jones

-loved to disagree.

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-If one said yes, the other said no.

-It's the way it had to be.

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-He liked mornings,

-she liked afternoons, obviously.

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-But though they disagreed,

-they were very happy.

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-Marcaroni, are you alright?

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-What's happened to your face?

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-What's happened to your face?

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-My nose itches. My eyes are rolling.

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-My fingers are dancing

-and my knees are knocking.

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-I know what's happening.

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-I know what's happening.

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-There's a song on the way.

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-A song!

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-A song!

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-A song?

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-Thank you, Oli.

-Thank you, Mr and Mrs Jones!

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-Let's wake Lwlilw.

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-Are you ready and happy?

-Do disagree with me?

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-After three! One, two, three.

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-# Lwlilw, Lwlilw

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-# Come and see us, Lwlilw

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-# Lwlilw #

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-Hello, Lwlilw!

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-Lwli, we have a great song

-to compose today.

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-It's a song about how it's alright

-to like different things.

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-It's fun, even.

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-What do you mean

-you don't want to compose it?

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-You won't like it and you'd rather

-compose a different song?

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-This is worse than

-those squeaky wheels.

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-Oh! You were joking, Lwli?

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-You're hilarious!

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-Let's go!

-Recite your poem please, Oli.

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-Mr Jones and Mrs Jones

-loved to disagree.

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-If one said yes, the other said no.

-It's the way it had to be.

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-He liked mornings,

-she liked afternoons, obviously.

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-But though they disagreed,

-they were happy.

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-Thank you, Oli.

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-Fairies, there are lots of

-movements in this song, so focus!

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-We love to dance.

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-We love to dance.

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-Yes, it's such fun!

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-Yes, and we do it together.

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-Yes, of course.

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-Excuse us for a minute.

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-Alright then, Lwli.

-Let's start like this (HE WHISPERS)

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-Then, I can go like this.

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-(WHISPERS)

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-That's great!

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-Lwli and I are ready. Are you ready?

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-Yes.

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-It's time to shrink

-and enter a world of smiling.

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-Come to the land of the fairies

-to enjoy dancing and singing.

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-Are you ready?

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-# Mr Jones and Mrs Jones

-loved to disagree

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-# If he said yes, she said no.

-It's the way it had to be

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-# If one said empty,

-the other said full

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-# If Mr Jones did push,

-Mrs Jones would pull

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-# Oh, he would eat with a fork

-but a spoon she did prefer

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-# Bacon and egg for him,

-but egg and bacon for her

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-# If Mr Jones was happy,

-Mrs Jones would be angry

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-# If Mr Jones said he was full,

-she'd say that she was hungry

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-# Mr Jones was fast asleep

-when Mrs Jones was awake and lively

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-# When Mr Jones felt ill,

-Mrs Jones felt poorly

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-# He liked mornings,

-she liked afternoons, obviously

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-# But though they disagreed

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-# They were very happy

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-# Happy #

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-Oh, Marcaroni! That was fun.

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-It's good to know you don't have to

-like the same things to be friends.

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-Mr and Mrs Jones proved that.

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-Yes, we may turn

-in different directions...

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-..but if we work together,

-we're all happy.

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-SQUEAKING

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-That doesn't sound very happy.

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-Oh, no!

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-I thought I'd oiled all the wheels.

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-Well, the clock's full of wheels

-to be fair to you, Marcaroni.

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-I must find the ones

-which are still squeaky.

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-Thank goodness I have plenty of oil.

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-I'd love to help you, but it's time

-for me to leave, Marcaroni.

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-Already?

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-Already?

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-So soon?

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-Yes, but I'll be back soon.

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-# It's time to go

-but don't you sigh

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-# Goodbye, goodbye

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-# Ta-ta, take care,

-see you by and by

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-# Goodbye

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-# The time has come to wave farewell

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-# But we shall meet again

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-# But until then we must say

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-# Goodbye #

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Mae 'na hwyl a sbri a chân newydd ar y ffordd! Hwrê - a chân ydy hi am bâr anghymharus ond hynod hapus o'r enw Mr a Mrs Jones! A new song about an unlikely but happy couple, Mr a Mrs Jones


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