The Suitcase Me Too!


The Suitcase

Drama series about parents at work and their children. Mickey John returns from his holiday and his suitcase causes all sorts of problems on the busy train.


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# Come on and get on down to the city

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# Where the trains all clatter through

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# Hey! Look at that driver driving

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-# I want to ride that train of blue

-Me too

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# I'm looking way up high to the windows

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# Take a peek for an inside view

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# All these people busy working

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# I want to see what they all do

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# Come on, let's weave round the market

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# Do you hear that hullabaloo?

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# Everybody's busy selling

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-# I wanna buy me something new

-Me too

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# Look through the arches under the station

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# Down where the pigeons perch and coo

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# Take a taxi ride to the river

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# I wanna drive down the avenue

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# Hey, look at those buses gleaming

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# They look so clean and spanking new

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# All lined up to drive around the city

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-# Let me ting that bell

-Ding, ding!

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# Going to ride on round to the school stop

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# Where the children hurry through

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# Sit down, the teacher's teaching

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-# I'd love to learn a thing or two

-Me too

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# I love to skip in Riverseafingal

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# Riverseafingal, by the sea. #

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Nine o'clock.

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# Come on and get on down to the city

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-# Where the ferryboat sails are blue

-Sails are blue

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# Time to call on Granny Murray

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# She'd love to say hello to you... #

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Me too!

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Hello, honeypie!

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Come away in and see who's at home today.

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# Granny Murray's house has two at home to play

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# Granny Murray's house is home too. #

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Who's here today?

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Well...

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We've got Stephen and we've got Sean

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but don't just sit there, my wee shoppers. Come on!

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Right. Can you stand here, Sean?

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You stand here, Stephen. Now...

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We are going to practise going shopping.

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Who can carry the most?

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Hands out...

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One each. Now hold on tight!

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Can you hold another cushion?

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I'll have lots more than this when we go to the sales.

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Ready. Well done, boys!

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A dolly for you and a dolly for you...

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Oh no, Sean! Oh, never mind.

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Well, we've got Sean and we've got Stephen

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but someone's missing from home today.

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Oh, not any more!

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Who's coming home to Granny Murray? Who's that?

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Ho ho, yes! It's Lisa and Raymond.

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Hello there!

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-Raymond!

-Hiya, Granny Murray.

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And Lisa! Come away through, honeypie.

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Oh!

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What's going on in here? Are you in training?

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Well, I suppose we are!

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-Well, what? The circus?

-No, the sales!

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Oh, the sales!

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That's right. Been practising for going shopping, haven't we?

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But now we'll do something new. Why don't you dress Claude as a shopper?

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We can fight our way through the crowds

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-and find a chair over by there.

-OK.

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-Oh, ha ha!

-We made it!

-We certainly did.

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-Oh, I love the sales.

-Oh, me too.

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Shops selling things half-price and everyone buying good things cheaply.

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The best thing is getting a good bargain.

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You're a sucker for a bargain.

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I got a good bargain at the sales already.

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Oh!

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I got this fantastic micro music system.

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It's really cool.

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Oh, wow! That does look pretty good.

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-It's so loud, it would shake the room.

-Oh, no, thank you!

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We'll not have that!

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When I worked at Nicholson's Department Store,

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the sales were a difficult time. Crowds and crowds of people!

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My Angus knew it was a stressful time for me

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and he'd plan a wee surprise.

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I always treat Tina in the sales.

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There was a patch of grass, just outside the store

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and when things were getting tiresome,

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Angus and his band would strike up the music

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and the shop would empty and crowd round the band.

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And my Angus would say, "Play the music and the crowd will follow".

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-Oh. That's interesting.

-Oh, look at Claude!

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Wooo!

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-Oh, Claude looks well loaded up. He must have spent lots of money.

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Well done, guys!

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-This is for you, Daddy.

-Oh, thanks, Lisa!

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Earphones. Oh, they're just what I need.

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You have a nice day.

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You won't shake the train when you listen to your music!

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I must get to work.

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Oh, come on.

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Now remember, "Play the music and the crowd will follow."

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Thanks, Granny Murray.

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-Bye, darling. We'll be thinking of you.

-Me too.

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Keep an eye on Raymond and make sure he goes the right way to work.

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I'm a bit late for work today. Can you tell me a quick way to get there?

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Thanks!

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# I'm in-in-in-in in a hurry

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# I nee-nee-nee-nee need to speed to work

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# I take a, take a ticket on the Metro

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# I'll be-be-be-be-be be there quite quick

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# Hurry, hurry, hurry on the train lines

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# Clatter, clatter, clatter at the points

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# Winding, winding, winding Drives the speed up

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# Squeaking, squeaking, squeaking Slows us down

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# Clatter, clatter, clatter through the streets

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# Now squeaking, squeaking to a stop

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# I'm in-in-in-in in a hurry

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# I really, really need to get to work

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# I'm in-in-in-in in a hurry. #

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Hurry, hurry, hurry! OK, we're here.

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But before I can start work, I have to change.

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Busy, busy!

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# All dressed and ready to go... #

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Oh! Ha ha. And we're off.

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Oh. It's pretty busy in here already.

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Look at all those bags of shopping.

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Oops, sorry!

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Oh, Raymond. Am I glad to see you!

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Hi, Dr Juno. What can I give you?

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Can I have a bottle of water, please? Really thirsty!

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You look quite loaded up too!

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I'm off to Helensbridge Hospital on business

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but I thought I'd nip to the sales on the way.

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I got some great bargains!

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Oh! That's better.

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Shopping is thirsty work!

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It is. Would you like to see my bargains?

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Go on. I love the sales.

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Oh, me too!

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I got this. It's fabulous, isn't it? It was half-price.

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That's enormous!

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And I got this as well...

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It's a jumper.

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Really good value. They reduced it twice.

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It's a lovely colour.

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I actually wanted the green one but it wasn't in the sale.

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I don't really like purple

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but it was so cheap!

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Oh, very nice. Anything else?

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This. What do you think?

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Oh, what is that?

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-It's a banana stand.

-A what?

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They said in the shops, you hang the bananas up

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and it stops it giving off gases and keeps it fresh for longer.

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Gosh, it's looking busy, isn't it?

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You're not the only one who's been to the sales.

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Better get a seat, then.

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I wonder if it's a busy as this at the sales, where Lisa is.

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# I love to skip in Riverseafingal

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# Riverseafingal by the sea

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# I love to skip in Riverseafingal

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# Riverseafingal, that's for me. #

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Feel. Oh, wow! Look at that, Lisa.

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Some of these sofas are real bargains.

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-Which one do you think's the most comfortable?

-This one.

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Ah!

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Oh!

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-Wooo! Lisa, I think your dad would like this one, don't you?

-Yeah.

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Are you having fun, Daddy?

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Y'KNOW, THESE EARPHONES... Oh, sorry...

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These earphones Lisa gave me are really useful. Thanks, Lisa!

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And we're at Mollymoor.

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Mollymoor Station, ladies and gentlemen!

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I think there's a blockage.

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Em, madam, if you could go back and go to your left

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and sir, go forward to your right.

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OK, madam, you can come back in now.

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Problem solved. All part of the service.

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Phew! Think it's time I got on with some hard work.

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# I love my train

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# He loves his train

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# The driver rushes through the lights

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# He pushes things far and wide

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# The wheels go round and round the track

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# To guide the engine there and back

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# I'm so happy being me

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# Doing all the things I love to do

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# Chocolate, lemonade or tea?

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# I'm just very happy serving you

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# I talk, talk, talk all day

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# Making special moments on my way

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# I'll tell a joke

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# And toast some cheese on toast

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# I walk, walk, walk all day

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# Bringing smiles and happiness my way

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# Being nice is what I love the most

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# Tickets checked and looking fine

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# Signals go, we'll be on time

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# Carriages rolling on behind

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# Go, go, one-by-one in line

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# I'm so happy being me

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# Meeting all the people on the train

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# Can I help and clear your things?

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# If there is a problem, I'll explain

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# Oh, I talk, talk, talk all day

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# Wheeling trolleys Weaving to the sway

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# I'll do a trick and make the journey quick

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# I'll walk, walk, walk each way Loving all the things I do each day

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# Bringing smiles and happiness my way

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# I love my train

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# He loves his train... #

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Oooh, sorry. Oooh!

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Oh. The sales are certainly good for business.

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-Oooh!

-Oh, sorry.

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-Hi, Raymond. How are you?

-Pretty busy, Mickey John.

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-But good to see you. Ooh!

-Ooh!

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Sorry, Raymond, but there's nowhere to put my case.

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-The train's packed because of the sales.

-I didn't know that.

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I've been on holiday.

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Of course. Where did you go?

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Ibiza. Just got back this morning. Had a fabulous time.

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And I got loads of souvenirs...

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I bought this as a souvenir. You can have that!

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Thanks, Mickey John, but I can't take your souvenirs.

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It's okay, I've got another one in my case.

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And I got these dolls too. You can have these. Look, castanets!

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-Thank you, Mickey John.

-Don't mention it.

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-Well, I must get on.

-Bye!

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Yes, sir?

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I hope Lisa isn't caught up in these crowds.

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# I love to skip in Riverseafingal

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# Riverseafingal, that's for me. #

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Look at all those CDs. They're half-price, Lisa.

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Goodness, all these people have come for the bargains.

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Do you think any of them came on your dad's train?

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I'm thinking of you, Daddy.

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I hope you're having fun, little Lisa.

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Excuse me...

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Oh! Nearly. There you go, madam. Enjoy.

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Not again!

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I better move this before someone gets toast on their lap.

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Oh no!

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That looks like a pair of my pants...

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and that looks like one of my donkeys!

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Hang on...it is one of my donkeys!

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Oh, no! My suitcase.

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I'm sorry, Mickey John, but there's just no space.

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This is ridiculous.

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The floor's covered with Mickey John's things

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and I can't pick them up cos the buffet car is full

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because of the sales.

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Where did the time go?

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DING-DONG!

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At nine o'clock I took Lisa to Granny Murray's house.

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They were training for the sales.

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I love the sales and I showed Granny Murray my fantastic bargain -

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a micro music machine that plays really loud.

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At 10 o'clock, when the train left Riverseafingal,

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it was full of people who had been to the sales.

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Dr Juno bought some water and showed me her bargains.

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She was pleased with them.

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At 11 o'clock, when the train arrived at Mollymoor,

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the train was so crowded that there was a clog up.

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At one o'clock, it was so crowded!

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Mickey John had been on holiday and had a suitcase full of souvenirs.

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He kindly gave me some.

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At two o'clock, the buffet car was even more crowded

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and I kept falling over Mickey John's suitcase.

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I had to move it out the way.

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But he must have left it undone because things spilled everywhere!

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With everyone crammed in, it's impossible to pick everything up.

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Now remember, "Play the music and the crowd will follow."

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Play music and the crowd will follow...

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I know what I need to do! I need to play some music.

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It's a race against time!

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DING-DONG!

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# I've got to do it I've got to do it

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# I've got to beat the clock before the chime

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# I've got to sort it I've got to sort it

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# I've got to do the job on time

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# Like a busy bee I'm going to beat that bong

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# I'm going to finish this job Before I finish this song

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# Do we think he's gonna do it?

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# Do the job that needs to be done

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# Will he know how to fix it?

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# Will he finish what he has begun?

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# Yes, as sure as we are friends He will get there in the end

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# Because he knows what he should do How to work it through

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-# I've got to do it

-He's gonna to do it

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# I've got to beat the clock before the chime

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-# I've got to sort it

-He's gonna sort it

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# I've got to do the job on time

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# Like a busy bee I'm going to beat that bong

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# I'm going to finish this job Before I finish this song. #

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Ladies and gentlemen...

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let the music commence.

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FLAMENCO MUSIC PLAYS

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Hi, Raymondo! I like the entertainment.

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We've got room to breathe and I can see where my stuff is!

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-Cool. Could you just gently pull on these for me?

-Like this?

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Ha ha, brilliant!

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Now I can put everything back in the suitcase and clear up the buffet car

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and then I'll go and collect Lisa.

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I wonder how she's getting on.

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Right, my darling. Granny Murray will do the chords. Can you strum?

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Like that? OK, you do that. Ready?

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# Lou, Lou, skip to my Lou

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# Lou, Lou, skip to my Lou

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# Lou, Lou, skip to my Lou

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# Skip to my Lou, my darling. #

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Well done!

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Wait till you tell your daddy you were playing guitar!

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-Hello, Raymond.

-Hiya, Granny Murray.

-Come away in!

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Lisa, Daddy's here.

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-Hello, Daddy.

-Hello, my girl.

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-Have you had a good day?

-Yes.

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We certainly did, didn't we?

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-What do you say?

-Thank you.

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-Oh, it's a pleasure!

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A big thank you from me too, Granny Murray.

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I remembered what you said...

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"Play music and the crowd will follow." It saved the day!

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Oh, bless you!

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Come on. Let's get you home.

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Bye-bye, my darlings. I'm looking forward to next time.

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Me too. Come on, Lisa. Let's chat about our time away.

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And I suppose you'll want me to tell you about my time too!

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# Well, there was

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# Playing, running, creeping, jumping

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# Chasing, painting, laughing, baking

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# Bathing, dressing, singing, swinging

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# Rocking, sliding, hunting, hiding

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# Jumping up and turning round

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# Dressing up and sitting down. #

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Oh, ha ha! But what was really special about today?

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Well...

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Claude was dressed as a shopper because Lisa and I were going

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to have a look at the bargains in the shops, later on.

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Raymond and I both love searching for a bargain.

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We had a good chat about it.

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Later, Lisa and I had lots of fun trying out sofas in the sales.

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It was so busy in the High Street.

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When we got home, I gave Lisa a lesson in how to play guitar.

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She did really well

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and when Raymond came to take Lisa home, he said he'd remembered

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what I told him -

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"Play the music and the crowd will follow", and it saved the day!

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And look what I bought in the sales. It was a real bargain.

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Do you like it? Ha ha!

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I hope you enjoyed yourself. Me too. Bye bye, honeypie!

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Drama series for four- to six-year-olds about the parallel lives of parents at work and their children with child minder Granny Murray. Mickey John returns from his holiday and his suitcase causes all sorts of problems on the train. It's sale time in Riverseafingal so the train is packed.


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