Postman Pat and the Greendale Ukulele Big Band Postman Pat: Special Delivery Service


Postman Pat and the Greendale Ukulele Big Band

Children's animation. Pat is delivering a big box of lovely ukuleles for Reverend Timms's ukulele big band.


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# Postman Pat, Postman Pat

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# Postman Pat and his black and white cat. #

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Miaow!

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# Early in the morning

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# Just as day is dawning

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# He picks up all the postbags in his van

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# Postman Pat, Postman Pat

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# Postman Pat and his black and white cat

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# All the birds are singing

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# And the day is just beginning

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# Pat feels he's a really happy man

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# Everybody knows his bright red van

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# All his friends will smile as he waves to greet them

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# Maybe

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# You can never be sure

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# There'll be knock, ring

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# Parcels to your door. #

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Mia-a-aow!

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# Postman Pat, Postman Pat

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# Postman Pat and his black and white cat

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# All the birds are singing

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# And the day is just beginning

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# Pat feels he's a really happy man

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# Pat feels he's a really happy man. #

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UKULELES TWANG

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Miaow.

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Oh, that's going to sound lovely at the Midsummer picnic tonight.

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-TWANG!

-Mia-aow!

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Oh, no, the string's broken.

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-My ukulele's just too old.

-Don't worry, Julian.

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We'll fix it when I get home.

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Thanks, Dad.

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PHONE RINGS AND VIBRATES

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Hello, Special Delivery Service.

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Pat, I've got an unusual one for you today. How soon can you get here?

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We're on our way.

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We've got a special delivery, Jess.

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-What's it going to be today?

-Miaow!

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UKULELE TWANGS

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What do you think, Pat?

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Am I good enough for the Greendale ukulele Big Band?

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-Hmm, perhaps a little more practice first, Ben.

-Hmm, maybe you're right.

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-Here.

-Thanks. Is it for me? Where did you get it from?

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-It's part of your special delivery.

-Miaow!

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Reverend Timms has ordered them for the ukulele Big Band.

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They're playing at the Midsummer picnic tonight.

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Right, we'd better get going. Come on, Jess, we'll take the 4x4.

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Thanks, Ben.

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Don't forget. The Reverend needs them as soon as possible.

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No problem. Special Delivery Service is on the move! Bye, Ben.

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-Bye, Pat.

-Miaow!

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UKULELES TWANG

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Yeah, yeah!

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Shh, everyone!

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Oh, sorry.

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Now, that's very...interesting,

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but why aren't you all playing the same song?

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The Reverend said we could play our own solo tonight as a group,

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but we can't decide what to play.

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-Rock and roll.

-Classical is best.

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No, a pop song.

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Erm, how about you take turns and then we'll all decide.

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-Yes.

-Brilliant.

-Yes!

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Yes, I see. Of course.

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Morning, Reverend. I've got your special delivery.

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My ukuleles?

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Oh, dear, Pat. I've just had an urgent call

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to go to Pencaster.

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How am I going to deliver them to everyone before the picnic?

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-I could do it for you.

-Oh, would you, Pat?

-Of course.

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Delivering is what I do best.

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Come on, Jess. Bye, Reverend.

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Goodbye, Pat.

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GUITAR PLAYS

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I'm a rock star.

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Rock and roll. Whoo!

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-Oh, Bill.

-Maybe we should try something a little less tricky.

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Two, four, six...

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-Morning, Mrs Goggins.

-Oh, good morning, Pat.

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I've got a special delivery for you.

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Oh, Pat. A new ukelele.

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It's lovely.

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But I doubt it'll make me play any better in the big band.

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Why, what's the problem?

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Look, I've been practising so hard that I've made my fingers all sore.

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What you need is a plectrum.

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It's a little piece of plastic

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that helps you pluck the strings more easily.

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Oh, that sounds perfect, Pat,

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but I haven't got one.

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Neither have I.

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I know, why don't you try one of these coins.

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They're the right size. See?

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Now you have a go.

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Well, all right.

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Oh, Pat, that so much better.

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All part of the service. See you later.

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Bye, Pat.

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BOTH: # I bring you all my love

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# It comes down from above

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# Like a dove, my love is like a dove. #

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More like a strangled chicken.

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Bill!

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So what are we going to play tonight?

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HE WHISTLES

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-Ay-up, Pat.

-Hello, Alf.

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Special delivery for you, from the Reverend.

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Oh, a new ukelele.

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But I don't think it'll make me play any better.

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-Why is that?

-Rosie's eaten my music.

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I wonder. If I whistled a tune to you, could you remember it?

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-I reckon so.

-Right, listen to this.

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HE WHISTLES

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-Now, can you play that?

-I'll try.

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It's no good. It's gone again.

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-Try whistling along with me as you play.

-OK.

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-Got it.

-Well done, Alf.

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-Thanks, Pat. See you tonight.

-Bye.

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-Does this go on for long, Miss?

-Shh.

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-Great!

-Lizzie, that was amazing.

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That was lovely, Lizzie.

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But I'm not sure how you'd play it on a ukelele.

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Oh, yes, I suppose so.

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Oh! What now?

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-Ajay.

-Hello, Pat.

-Hi, Ajay.

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I've got a special delivery for you.

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That's marvellous.

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But I don't think a new ukelele is going to make me a better player.

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-What's the problem?

-I can never play it in time.

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-I go too fast or I go to slow.

-Let's see.

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Got it.

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-You see that jet of steam?

-What about it?

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We could use it to keep time.

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Have you got your old ukelele?

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Here you go.

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UKELELE PLAYS

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Now you have a go, Ajay.

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UKELELE PLAYS

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See, you can do it.

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Well, I never. Thanks, Pat.

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Don't thank me, thank the Greendale Rocket.

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-It's going to be a lovely evening for the picnic, Jess.

-Meow.

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Don't worry, everyone.

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I'm sure it won't matter if you don't play your song.

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But it matters to us. We wanted to show everyone what we could do.

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What's that?

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What are you playing, Charlie?

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-It's kind of pop-y and classical.

-And rock 'n' roll.

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Oh, it's just something I made up.

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-It's a mixture of what everyone was playing.

-What a good idea.

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-Can you teach it to us?

-OK, if you want.

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I think we just found our song.

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Hello, Pat. What can I do for you?

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You can accept a special delivery, Michael.

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That's gorgeous.

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-Oh, dear. It's out of tune.

-Oh, no.

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I won't be able to practise before tonight if it's out of tune.

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Let's see what we can do.

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I know. Have you got a glass of water?

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-Of course. Are you thirsty?

-No, you'll see.

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-Meow.

-You're right, Jess.

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Ah, there we are. That sounds perfect.

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-Meow.

-What does?

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That sound. It's a musical note.

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You tap the glass and I'll tighten the string

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until they sound the same.

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OK, Pat. Ready?

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Meow.

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-There we are. Much better.

-Pat, you're a genius.

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-I don't know about that. Good luck for tonight.

-Thanks, Pat.

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-Oh, dear, oh, dear.

-Oh, what's wrong, Reverend?

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I can't think where my musicians have got to.

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Did Pat manage to deliver the new ukuleles, Ben?

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-Oh, he said he had, Reverend.

-Well then, where is he?

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Oh, listen. What's that?

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It's the Greendale ukelele big band.

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Oh, well done, Pat.

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MUSIC PLAYS

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-Hurray.

-Thank you.

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Thank you, Greendale.

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And now, the schoolchildren have a special tune for you all.

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MUSIC PLAYS

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-Hurray.

-Well done.

-Oh, I say.

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Special delivery service.

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-Mission accomplished.

-Meow.

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# Special delivery service

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# Pat is on his way

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# Special delivery service

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# What's it going to be today? #

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Postman Pat, SDS, we all know he's the best.

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Mission accomplished.

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Pat is delivering a big box of lovely ukuleles for Reverend Timms's ukulele big band. Everyone is getting one, and as Pat delivers them he finds out that they all have a little problem they need help with - happily Pat can help - whether it's tuning or plucking or keeping in time.

Reverend Timms is overjoyed as they all arrive playing a wonderful tune for him - and the children have a special treat for everyone as they play a song they have composed themselves.


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