Chatterbox Me Too!


Chatterbox

Entertaining drama series about the parallel lives of parents and their children. Rudi needs to buy Jack a new jacket, but he needs to make enough money first.


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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 those 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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Eight 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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Hello, honey-pie. Come 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? Well...

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

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Come on, my wee piggles,

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let's dive into my dressing-up box and see what we can see.

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What's there, Rachel?

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These are my old dressing-up clothes.

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You would suit that.

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That could be a dress for you!

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And my old pink coat.

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

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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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Who's that? Oh, yes, it's Rudi and Jack. Hello there!

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Rudi, hello!

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-Hi, Granny Murray.

-And Jack.

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Come on, my darling.

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Here we are.

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We've been having a right laugh in here today, Rudi.

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-Dressing up and playing with my old clothes.

-Sounds like a hoot.

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Now you're here, Jack, why don't we dress Claude up

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in my old clothes?

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Why don't we go and rest our old legs on your comfy seats?

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Less of the "old"!

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Granny Murray, all these old clothes remind me

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of when I used to get my brother's hand-me-downs.

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-So you know what it's like to wear cast-offs.

-I didn't mind.

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Jack hasn't got any brothers or sisters,

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so whenever he needs something, he gets it brand-new.

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That can be expensive!

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He needs a new windjammer at the minute.

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-A new what?

-A windjammer, like an anorak.

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-A cagoule!

-Something to keep out the wind.

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Why don't I take Jack to Nicholson's store and buy him a new jacket?

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That'd be great!

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You'll need some money and I haven't got any on me.

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-I could meet you later.

-I'll meet you at two o'clock.

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-It's a deal.

-Look at the time now!

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Speaking of wearing my brother's clothes,

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I had a school blazer that was so big, it came down to me knees!

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If you think that's funny, you should have seen me in his old PE kit!

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You'd better keep an eye on your time.

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-You're going to be late for work.

-I love a chatter.

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Yes, maybe.

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But sometimes, less chatter gets things done.

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I suppose you're right.

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I'd best sell some fruit and veg if I wanna buy Jack that windjammer.

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Oh!

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-What does Claude look like?

-A walking jumble sale!

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-Dad...

-Yes.

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-I've got a pair of them for you.

-Oh! A pair of gloves - very smart.

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They're my old ones, darling.

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I've haven't got enough fingers to fill all these holes!

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I'll put them in me bag anyway. Give us a cuddle, Jack.

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Rascal! Have a good day, guys.

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-Come on, you!

-See you later.

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Come on.

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Remember - less chatter gets things done.

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Thanks, Granny Murray. I'll see you later.

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-We'll be thinking of you.

-Me, too.

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If 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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# I'm on my way to work today

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# I'm walking me shoes through the city views

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# I'm stepping along and I'm swinging me arms

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# I'm singing my way through the city's charms

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# Getting there is just so fine

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# I so enjoy my walking time

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# I always go the way I know

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-# But can you tell me the way I go? #

-Hey!

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OK - which way?

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# And do I go left now or do I go right?

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# Which way is wrong now? Which way is right? #

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-Right!

-OK - that way! To the market!

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# I'm on my way to work today

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# I'm going this way and that-a-way... #

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Hello, cobbles!

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Hello, train!

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Hello, roadworks! Hello, tram!

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Hello, sweeper!

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Hello, van!

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# He's on his way to work today

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# Looking this way and that-a-way Hey!

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# Do I go up now or do I go down?

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# Which way's a smile now and which way's a frown? #

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-Up!

-What - this way?

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# You told me the way to go

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# Thank you - you showed me the way I know. #

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Now what? That's right - I need to get changed for work.

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Oh...

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All dressed and ready to go.

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There's the gloves that Jack gave to me.

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-Good morning, Rudi.

-Hello, Mickey John. How you doing?

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-What's that?

-Granny Murray's old gloves.

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£2.50 a kilo. Do you want a bunch?

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Joker! Can I have a bunch of bananas?

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When I took Jack to Granny Murray's,

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the children were dressing up in old clothes.

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I hope he likes his new windjammer. He's going shopping for one.

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-Can I have my bananas?

-He loves dressing up as a pirate!

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Arr, Jim lad!

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Bananas?

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Oh, Mickey John. "Bananas, bananas."

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Here come the bananas, sailing across the seven seas.

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-Aye, aye, Captain! That'll be a pound, please.

-OK. At last!

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Oh, sorry, Mickey John. Did I...slip up?

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-Very good! I'll see you later.

-See you later, Mickey John.

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Come on, get your salad here! The best-dressed salad in Riverseafingal!

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Oh, seems a little quiet today.

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Hope Jack's having as much of a laugh as I am.

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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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I like fire engines because

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they put out fires and I'm afraid of fires.

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You don't need to be afraid of fires when we've got firemen.

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We have fire alarms.

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Hey, look! A carrot!

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I cut it in half!

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Have we got any more?

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What about this?

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Oh, Jack, you're a wee chatterbox, just like your old dad.

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'Are you having fun, Daddy?'

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-Hi, Rudi!

-Hey, Bobs! What are you up to?

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-Just dashing round the shops.

-Dash, dash. How's Kai?

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He's fine. I'll come back later for a chat.

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-Jack - he's hilarious these days.

-I wonder where he gets that from!

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Not from me, Bobby. Seen and not heard!

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I must dash.

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Jack - he's got this guitar thingy.

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It's not a real guitar. It plays a song when you turn the knob.

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-He sings along!

-Brilliant!

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-What's that song he's got now?

-Haven't you got any work?

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Not while you're yakety-yakking away all day

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-Does Kai collect stickers?

-I'll back have a chat later.

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Okey-dokey, Bobs. Bye!

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Now that's Bobby out the way, I'll get down to work.

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# Doobie doobie-do

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# I make it look easy What I doobie doobie-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

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# 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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# The hubbub of people The smiles on each face

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# The market, the market

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# Come look around

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# The hustle and bustle

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# The bubbles of sound

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# The colours all chaotic

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# And spilling about

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# The smells all exotic

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# 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

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# 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

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# Diddley-do-ba-da

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# Do-be-do. #

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-Hola!

-Hello, Louie!

-Hope you've been working hard.

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Early days. Did you hear about the parrot who thought he was a dog?

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I don't have much time and Bill will be here soon.

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Bill the potato merchant!

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-Wotcha, Bill!

-Hi, mate!

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How much is it, Bill? Rudi, money.

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Yeah, we've both been busy haven't we, love?

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Is this all you've got?

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Yeah. Bill, my Louie's been a-rocking and a-rolling, haven't you?

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Just enough.

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-Greatest trumpet player I've ever heard.

-Thanks, Bill!

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-See you!

-Bye, Bill!

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He's a chatterbox, isn't he?

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No, YOU are!

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You'd better get down to some hard work and earn Jack his supper.

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See you, love! Wonder how Jack's getting on today?

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# I love to skip in Riverseafingal

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# Riverseafingal, that's for me. #

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Don't worry, we're a wee bit early.

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Daddy'll be here to buy you a new windjammer soon.

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-Hello, Granny Murray!

-Hello, Bobby.

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-Are you waiting for someone?

-We're waiting for Rudi.

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I'm popping to the market. I'll hurry him up.

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-Thanks, Bobs.

-No probs. See you later!

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Bye, Bobby.

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Bobby's going to hurry your dad along and he'll be here any minute.

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'Are you selling lots of things, Daddy?'

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He's a great lad, is Jack. When he was born,

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-the nurses said they'd never seen such a beautiful baby.

-I'm sure.

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-He loves dogs. Loves your Sampson.

-I'd better go.

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-No, Doc, he loves dogs.

-Hi, Rudi!

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-Hi, Bobby! Just telling the doc about Jack.

-Bye, Rudi.

-Bye.

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-What?

-I think Dr Juno was in a rush.

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She certainly knows how to chatter!

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No, YOU know how to talk, you chatterbox.

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-Chatterbox?!

-Yeah!

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Granny Murray and Jack are waiting for you.

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Of course!

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I was meant to meet them at two o'clock!

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Let's go!

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Oh, but wait. I haven't got any money to buy Jack a windjammer.

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What went wrong? Where did the time go?

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At eight o'clock, I took Jack to Granny Murray.

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The children were dressing up.

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I told Granny Murray that Jack's windjammer was too old

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and that he needed a new one.

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Granny Murray offered to take Jack to the store

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and I arranged to meet them with the money for the jacket later.

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At nine o'clock, I started work.

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Mickey John came to say hello and we had a good chat.

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At ten o'clock, Bobby popped by

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and I told her all about Jack.

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At one o'clock, Louie came to help me pay Bill for the potatoes.

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We had a good chat but I only had just enough money.

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At two o'clock, I was chatting to Dr Juno when Bobby arrived.

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She told me Granny Murray and Jack were waiting for me at Nicholson's,

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but I had no money to pay for the jacket.

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Remember - less chatter gets things done.

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Less chatter gets things done.

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Of course! Granny Murray was right.

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I've spent too much time chatting and not enough time working.

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-Give us a hand.

-No problem!

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I need to earn enough money to buy the windjammer.

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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 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 so-o-o-ong

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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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# For sure as we are friends, he will get there in the end

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# Because he knows what he should do

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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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We've sold a lot of fruit and veg very quickly.

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Now I've got enough money to buy Jack's jacket.

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-I couldn't have done it without you help.

-I think you could.

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I don't think you should stop now.

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What about Jack's windjammer?

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I'll take the money to Granny Murray.

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-Thanks, Bobs.

-That's what friends are for.

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Bye!

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See you later, Bobs! Oh...

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I wonder what kind of windjammer Jack'll buy?

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Here we are, that'll keep out the wind and the rain.

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It'll make your dad really pleased.

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-He'll pick you up soon.

-'Where are you, Daddy?'

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Rudi, come in.

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Someone to see you, Jack.

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Hello, 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.

-Thank you, Granny Murray!

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Pleasure, my darlin' boy.

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Thanks from me, too, Granny Murray.

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"Less chatter gets things done" saved the day!

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Thanks, Rudi.

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-We'd better get you two home.

-Come on, mate.

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-Looking forward to next time!

-Me, too.

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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, 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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SHE LAUGHS

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But what was really special about today? Well...

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Claude was dressed in all my old clothes

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because we were having a great time this morning

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dressing up in my old clothes.

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Rudi told me that Jack needed a new windjammer to keep out the wind.

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We arranged to meet outside Jack's favourite shop.

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Rudi went to work and Jack spent the morning playing with his toys.

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We had a good chat.

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Later on, Jack and I were waiting for Rudi and Bobby came along.

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Bobby said she'd go to the market to see Rudi.

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Bobby came back with the money for Jack's windjammer.

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She said Rudi was too busy to shop.

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Rudi remembered what I told him - less chatter gets things done!

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He was working so hard that he could pay for Jack's windjammer.

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Shopping for new clothes is fun,

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but it's even more fun rummaging through my old ones!

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I hope you enjoyed yourself.

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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 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 goodbye to you... #

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Me, too!

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Entertaining drama series for four- to six-year-olds about the parallel lives of parents at work and their children who stay with warm-hearted minder Granny Murray. Rudi spends so much time talking that he makes hardly any money. He needs to buy Jack a new jacket, but he needs to make enough money first.


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