Exotic Fruit Me Too!


Exotic Fruit

Drama series about parents and children. Rudi has some new exotic fruit to sell on his stall but no-one seems interested. How can he get people to buy it?


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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 wanna 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 those people busy working

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# I wanna 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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# I'm gonna 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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7 o'clock.

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# Riverseafingal, that's for me

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# Come on and get on down to the city

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-# Where the ferry boat 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 to... #

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Who's here today?

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Well...

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we've got Steven and Rachel.

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Don't just sit there. Let's get busy!

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What's on Granny Murray's shelves today?

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Pop that on. That's my boy.

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And we're going to make some exotic fruits!

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-THEY GIGGLE GLEEFULLY

-This is nice.

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-What are you doing, darling?

-A cherry.

-A cherry!

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Does Mum do that with you?

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Well, we've got Steven and we've got Rachel.

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But someone's missing from home today.

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Not any more! Who's coming home to Granny Murray?

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Och, yes - it's Rudi with Jack.

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-Hello there!

-GRANNY MURRAY GIGGLES

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-Rudi, hello!

-Hi, Granny Murray.

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And Jack!

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Big squeezing cuddle! Come on.

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It sounds unusually quiet in here today.

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-That's the sound on concentration.

-A-ha! Concentrating and...painting!

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Yes, we've been having a busy time doing pictures of exotic fruits.

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Like the exotic fruits I sell on my stall.

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That's right! But now we'll do something new.

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-Why don't you dress Claude up as an exotic tree?!

-Ooh!

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Here you go, and I'll take yours off too.

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There we are.

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-And we can PLANT ourselves over there.

-Lead the way!

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CHILDREN CHATTER

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Oh!

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Och, I'm fascinated with all the exotic fruits you sell, Rudi.

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We've got loads of stuff.

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We've got starfruit, pomegranates,

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mangoes...!

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My mouth's watering just thinking about it.

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You've no idea how difficult it is

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to convince people to try something new.

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-Everyone goes for the same old thing.

-You're right there.

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I remember when I worked in a department store.

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-Yes, on the high street.

-Yes, that's right.

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I came up with the idea

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of dressing all the mannequins in evening gowns

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with life jackets!

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Oh-ho-ho! Brilliant!

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We sold more life jackets than we did evening gowns!

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So, it just goes to show - dress it up and it will sell!

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Have you tried to put a pair of pants on a pomegranate?!

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-THEY LAUGH

-Oh, you are funny!

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-We aim to please.

-Will you look at Claude?

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He's looking a bit fruity.

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THEY LAUGH

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-Hello, Claude, me old fruit!

-Well done, guys.

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I bet you he looks good enough to eat! I'd best be off to work.

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-Daddy, I've got something for you.

-What's this?

-A blooble.

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I'll pop that in me bag and I'll put that on the stall.

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Give us a cuddle, mate. You be good. See you later, kids.

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-Come on, Rudi.

-Bye-bye.

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Now remember - dress it up and it will sell.

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-Thanks. I'll see you later.

-We'll be thinking of you.

-Me too!

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Will you keep a wee eye on Rudi

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and make sure he goes the right way to work?

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No time to walk today - can you tell me a quicker way to work?

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HORN TOOTS Thanks!

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

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

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# I'll take-a take a trip in a taxi

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

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# Hurry, hurry, hurry through the streets now

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# Rollin', rollin', rollin' down the road

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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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# Rolling, rolling, rolling through the street now

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# Squeaking, squeaking, squeaking to a stop!

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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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Phew! Thanks for that!

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Now what?

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Ah, right, I've gotta put on me work clothes!

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All dressed and ready to go. Right, first things first.

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Put that on there...

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Hope that's the right way round!

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-Hi, Rudi!

-Oh, hello, Tina!

-Oh, that's an unusual painting.

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It's a blooble - Jack painted it.

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-What can I do for you?

-I'm not really sure.

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We've all the usual stuff. How about something different?

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-Lots of exotic fruits!

-Oh, I don't know. Which are the exotic ones?

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Starfruit, passionfruit, mangoes - juicy and delicious -

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or some watermelon?

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Bag of apples, please.

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A bag of apples?!

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Oh, Tina! Right. These Cox's be all right for you?

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-Oh, thanks, Rudi!

-Right.

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-There you go, Tine.

-There you go.

-Thank you!

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Oh, you wouldn't mind dropping this box off for Granny Murray, would you?

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-No problem!

-Brilliant!

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I promised her it before.

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There you go!

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Thanks! See you later, Rudi! Bye!

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See you later, Tina!

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Oh, I reckon Jack'll have some fun trying that exotic fruit!

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Wonder what he's up to now?

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# I love to skip in Riverseafingal

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# Riverseafingal, that's for me... #

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Oh, look at this one, it's the colour of the...?

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-Sun!

-Yes, it makes me feel all happy and warm!

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And what about this one?

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-Oh, that's the colour...

-Of the sea!

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That's right, let's make waves, Jack!

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Oh, look, it's a stormy day out at sea!

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And what about...

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Jack could suit a wee hat like this.

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Aw, doesn't he look cute?

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Would you like the pink one, Megan? Whoo!

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-Megan!

-What about me?!

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-What about me?!

-What about this one for you, Sean?

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Will we make Sean into a wee ray of sunshine?

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Look at that wee face!

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Right! We'd better gather all this up for your dad!

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-Come on!

-Quickly!

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He'll be saying, "Where are they?"

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I'm thinking of you, Daddy!

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-Hi there, Rudi!

-Hello there, Mickey John!

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-What can I get you?

-Don't know!

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We've some lovely exotic fruits!

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-How about a custard apple?

-Oh, no, I'm on a diet.

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It's not REAL custard, Mickey John!

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Mm, what else have you got?

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-Starfruit!

-It looks just like a real star!

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Yeah! Or...mango! From India! Fragrant and juicy!

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Or how about some lovely ripe watermelon!

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That does look good!

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I'll just have an apple.

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-An apple?!

-For teacher.

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Here you go. Are you sure I can't interest you in anything more exotic?

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-Maybe next time. I'd better go. Bye!

-All right, Mickey John. Bye!

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Right, time for some real hard work.

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# Do bee do-bee-do

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# I make it look easy What I do bee do-bee-do

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# And what I do is sell to you and you and you

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# All the veggies for a stew

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# But it's more than meets the eye

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# What I do for you As I buy and buy

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# While you still sleep Those fruit and veg to eat

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# And the flowers in the early hours

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# So when wake-up comes It's there for you

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# The market stalls are there to view

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# Oh, the market, the market

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# What a wonderful place!

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# Where the hubbub of people With smiles on each face

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# Oh, the market, the market

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# Come look around

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# The hustle, the bustle The bubbles of sound

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# The colours all chaotic And spilling about

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# The smells all exotic Yeah, the market cries out

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# Objects to excite you

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# And draw you near

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# The buying and the selling Cheap or dear

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# The market, the market!

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# I just love to be there

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# The market is a wonderful place! Dilly-do-ba-dappa-do-ba-da-do. #

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-Hi, Rudi.

-Oh, hello, Tina.

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-Back again? More apples?

-No, thanks.

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-I've brought this to you from Granny Murray.

-For me?

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-What is it?

-Lovely, colourful material.

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Ha ha! I don't know what I'll use this for.

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Me neither! I'd best be off, then.

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Oh, I gave Granny Murray the box of exotic fruit.

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-She was very pleased.

-Thanks.

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-Bye!

-See you later.

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Oh, ha ha! Hope Jack's enjoying that fruit.

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# I love to skip in Riverseafingal

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# Riverseafingal, that's for me. #

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This one's called passionfruit.

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-Oh, will you look inside?!

-That's nice!

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Isn't that interesting?

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-Let's cut up this pineapple.

-The mango smells lovely.

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-It is lovely, darling. Delicious!

-It looks a bit like...

-Apple!

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Wait till we tell your dad you've been cutting exotic fruit!

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Are you having fun, Daddy?

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# Oranges and lemons And mangoes and watermelons

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# We love to eat pomegranates and paw paw and starfruits

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-Hello, my lovely Louie.

-Hello, sweetie. I was on my way

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-to the ferryboat, so...

-You thought you'd stop and say...

-Hello!

-Hello!

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# Oranges and lemons And watermelons and mangoes... #

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Hey, Rudi, I think this mango's a bit overripe.

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Oh. You're right, Louie.

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And this needs eating quick too.

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The trouble is trying to convince people to try something new,

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-Especially something exotic.

-I know, and they're sitting on the stall.

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-Such a shame!

-I've been working hard trying to sell my wonderful,

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delicious, exotic fruit and now it's all overripe

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and nobody wants it! Oh, what went wrong?

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Where did the time go?

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At seven o'clock this morning,

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I took Jack to Granny Murray's.

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The children dressed Claude as an exotic fruit tree.

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I told Granny Murray all about exotic fruit.

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Jack gave me a painting of an exotic blooble.

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At eight o'clock, Tina stopped at the stall.

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I tried to interest her in exotic fruit

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but all she wanted was a bag of apples.

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Tina agreed to take some exotic fruit to Granny Murray's,

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so I sent her favourite - watermelon - and other luscious fruits.

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At nine o'clock, Mickey John was there.

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He was interested in the exotic fruit, but just wanted an apple.

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At one o'clock, Tina brought me a bundle of lovely material

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from Granny Murray. She told me Granny Murray was very pleased

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with her exotic fruit.

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At two o'clock, my lovely Louie arrived,

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singing, as usual. She noticed some of the exotic fruit

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was getting overripe! What can I do?

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I've been working hard to sell my exotic fruit,

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and no-one has wanted to buy it.

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How can I sell it so it doesn't go to waste?

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Now, remember - dress it up, and it will sell.

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"Dress it up and it will sell!"

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Of course! We need to dress up all the exotic fruit

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to sell it! That must be why Granny Murray sent over that fabric!

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Ha ha! Come on, no time to lose, it's a race against time!

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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 gotta do the job on time

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# Like a busy bee I'm gonna beat that bong

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# I'm gonna 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, he'll show us we are friends He will get there in the end

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# Because he knows what he should do and work it through

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-# I'm gonna do it

-He's gonna do it

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# I'm gonna beat the clock before the chime

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-# I'm gonna sort it

-He's gonna sort it

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# I'm gonna do the job on time

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# Like a busy bee I'm gonna beat that bong

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# I'm gonna finish this job Before I finish this song! #

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This looks great! Come and buy some exotic fruit!

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Hey, you two. Look at all this wonderful fruit!

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-It's absolutely bursting with colour!

-What would you like?

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I'll have one of those, and one of these,

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ooh...and one of these!

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Might as well be adventurous.

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-Smells yummy!

-Tastes delicious too!

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£2.30, please, Mickey John.

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-Thank you.

-Bye!

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This is going great!

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I'll take a couple of mangoes for the ferryboat.

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-OK.

-Mangoes! Mangoes!

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Bye! Ha ha!

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Jack loves mangoes.

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Oh, let's tuck into some of this delicious exotic fruit.

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-Mango for me!

-Mango for you, Jack.

-Mango!

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And for you some pomegranate, my darling.

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We've got your dad to thanks for giving us this fruit, don't we?

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He'll be home to pick you up soon.

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Rudi, come away in.

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Hi, Granny Murray.

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-Someone to see you, Jack.

-Dad!

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Hello, mate. Give us a cuddle!

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Sounds like you had a great time with Granny Murray.

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We certainly did!

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Say thank you to Granny Murray.

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-Thank you!

-Pleasure, my darling boy.

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And thanks from me too.

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I remembered what you said - "dress it up and it will sell."

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-It saved the day.

-Thanks, Rudi.

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We'd better get you two home.

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-Looking forward to next time.

-Me too.

-Bye-bye.

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Come on, Jack. Let's talk about our time away.

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

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# Well, there was...

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# Playing, crawling, creeping, jumping

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# Chasing, painting, laughing, giggling

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# Bathing, dressing, singing, swinging

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# Walking, 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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SHE SIGHS

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But what was really special about today?

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Well, Claude was dressed as an exotic fruit tree

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because the children had been doing some wonderfully exotic paintings

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and they reminded Rudi of the fruit on his stall.

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Rudi told me he finds it difficult to sell the exotic fruit

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because no-one likes to try anything new.

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Later on, the children and I sorted out some colourful fabric

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to give to Rudi. I thought he could dress the stall with it.

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And when Tina brought us a fruit from Rudi,

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we had a delicious, fun time eating it.

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When Rudi came to collect Jack, he told me that he had remembered

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what I had said, "Dress it up and it will sell!"

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And it saved the day.

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Mm!

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My favourite!

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I hope you enjoyed yourselves, fruitles!

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Me too! Bye-bye, honey pie.

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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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# Come on and get on down to the city

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# Where the ferry boat sails are blue

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# Time to call on Granny Murray

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# She'd love to say goodbye to you! #

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Me too!

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