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Children's poetry series. After receiving a signal of rhyme activity from children in Washington, the crew blast off to join them.


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Our mission. Search the universe for poetry, one rhyme at a time.

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# Blasting through the universe Rhyme collecting, song detecting

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# Grabbing great poems from the planets and the stars

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# The Rhyme Rocket

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# Top tongue-twisters, super songs with Professor Poet and Officer Ditty

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-# She's Commander Rhyme-a-lot

-And I'm the one in charge!

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# The Rhyme Rocket!

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# The Rhyme Rocket! #

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Ahem. # Mm-mm-mm! #

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Just one more brick But not too quick.

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-There!

-I'm ready to start building.

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Where did the commander want the new shed?

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-Careful where you point your plank!

-What, this?

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Please, be careful. Watch out for my tower.

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Oh, nice building.

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-It's really quite small.

-Watch out!

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-Ha-ha-ha!

-You nearly made it...

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SIREN BLARES

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-..fall.

-It's the rhyme radar!

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Whoa, be careful, Professor!

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Ditty, what is out there?

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Rhyme recruits on planet Earth.

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-ALL:

-Yay!

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What are we waiting for?

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Our mission - to collect poems across the universe.

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ALL: One rhyme at a time!

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Prepare for blastoff! Are you going to join in too?

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Let's get this rocket started The engine runs on rhyme

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Poems at its fuel They get us there on time

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-Stand to attention

-Yes!

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-Do your final checks

-Check!

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-Go to the toilet

-Flush!

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We're ready on the deck!

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Don't forget your seatbelt It's going to be fast

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Switch, click, push, twist

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It's going to be a blast

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-Ten...nine...

-Communicate!

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..eight...seven..six...

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All systems live!

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-..three...two...

-Ready, crew?

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ALL: Blast off!

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-Nice!

-No time to sit around!

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We need to collect rhymes to fill our tanks!

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What have you got?

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Oh, it looks like rhyming words from planet Earth.

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Lock onto that signal and let's start collecting!

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# Earth calling the rhyme rocket! #

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Shop!

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Drop!

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Flop!

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Can you guess what this word is?

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Hop!

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Yes! That's right.

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Tower.

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Power.

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Shower.

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What's the final rhyming word?

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-Flower!

-That's right!

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Well done, rhyme recruits.

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Bye, Rhyme Rocket!

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Thanks, rhyme recruits. Wonderful word work.

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Yes, and the rhyme tanks are really starting to fill up!

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-Wow!

-Ha-ha-ha!

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SNIFF! SNIFF!

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I can tell from my snout there's a new rhyme about and it's a good one!

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SNIFF!

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Scrape, scrape, scrape

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Scraping at the sky

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I'm a silver skyscraper

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Watching birds fly by

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Stretch, stretch, stretch

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In a reaching race

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I'm standing on the ground

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And stretching up to space

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Up, up, up

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Like a rocket in the sky

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Cutting through the clouds

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So high, high, high

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Run, run, run

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I'm running from the ground

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I'm heading for the stars

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And I'll never turn around.

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The fuel gauge has gone up again!

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Woo-woo-woo!

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Professor, what on earth are you doing?

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It's time for the soundascope.

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-Yes.

-I thought I would come prepared to listen to some buildings sounds.

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Very well, activate the soundascope!

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Let's see what building sounds are there

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and it'll be great fuel for the rhyme tanks.

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CLANKING

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Oh, it's a great big drill! That drill sounds brill!

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Dri-i-i-i-i-ill!

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Dri-i-i-i-i-ill!

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Dri-i-i-i-i-ill!

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Dri-i-i-i-i-ill!

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Hang on, the sound's changing.

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SHUFFLING SOIL

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Digging sounds!

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Dig, dig, dig Till the hole gets big!

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Dig, dig, dig Till the hole gets big!

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Dig, dig, dig Till the hole gets big!

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Oh! Officer Ditty, I'm getting tired! Make it stop!

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Well done, you've dug a BRILLIANT hole!

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Thanks, I do like digging sounds.

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Dig, dig!

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Hang on a second, that wasn't a digging sound?

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There's a mole in my hole!

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See his snout? He's climbing out!

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-Dig, dig, dig.

-Hi, Mr Mole.

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I spy a something else that likes climbing.

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Really? What?

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-A spider!

-Is it a big one?

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No, an incy wincy one.

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Incy Wincy spider climbed up the waterspout

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Down came the rain and washed the spider out

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Out came the sun and dried up all the rain

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So Incy Wincy spider climbed up the spout again.

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# Out came the sun and dried up all the rain... #

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SIREN BLARES

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# And that sounds like our rocket Is leaking rhymes again! #

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Oh, no, a rhyme leak!

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-We're leaking rhymes through the hole.

-Eek!

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No, not mole, HOLE.

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We need to fix it and think of rhymes to fill the tank.

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I've thought of a rhyme and just in time.

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Professor, fix that hole!

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A rhyming Professor and mole

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Created a very big hole

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But the hole caused a leak Which made the mole squeak

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-Eek!

-Now our rocket's on out of control!

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Try joining in to help.

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A rhyming Professor and mole Created a very big hole

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But the hole caused a leak Which made the mole squeak

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-Eek!

-Now our rocket's gone out of control!

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Not any more - look!

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-We've filled the hole and fixed the leak.

-Eek, eek!

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Hey, mole!

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We've fixed the hole

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Rock'n'roll!

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SCRATCH

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SIREN BLARES

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We're being sucked into a rhymehole!

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-Wah!

-Wah!

-Wah!

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Whoa-ho-hoo!

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It's like magic helter-skelter!

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Look at all that galactic garbage.

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There's only one thing for it, we'll have to RHYME our way out!

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Oh, I can see a treasure map,

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a baseball cap and a bird - tweet, tweet!

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Yes, with wings that flap.

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Map, cap and wings that flap

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Map, cap and wings that flap!

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Oh, look, a chicken wrap!

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Oh, a game of snap and a pair of hands?

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Yes, they clap!

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Wrap, snap and hands that clap

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Wrap, snap and hands that clap!

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Oh, what's coming next?

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Oh, there's a dripping tap and a ham and cheese bap.

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Oh, I could do with one of those.

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A dripping tap and a ham and cheese bap

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A dripping tap and a ham and cheese bap!

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We nearly there and these are great rhymes for the rocket!

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Map, cap and wings that flap

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Wrap, snap and hands that clap

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There's a dripping tap and a ham and cheese bap!

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Who's that? He looks like a friendly chap!

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Hello!

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Oh, he's gone.

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I loved that rap.

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Now, I need a nap.

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Or maybe some of that ham and cheese bap.

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Oh, cheese!

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We made it! How's our progress? Is the rocket on course?

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-The rhyme tanks are almost full, Commander.

-Woo-woo-woo!

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If we collect the poem it'll be mission complete.

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And what is our precise destination?

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The rhymenav is sending us towards a group of rhyme recruits

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in the city of Washington.

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DING DONG! 'Entering Earth's atmosphere. Stand by for entry.

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'Standby for entry.'

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I haven't finished building the shed yet!

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-You haven't even started!

-Help me!

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Quiet, I have an announcement!

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Greetings, earthlings, this is the rhyme rocket,

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ready to collect your words.

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Ditty, hit the brakes!

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I'll get my guitar!

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We've reached our destination, Washington! Doo-doo-doo!

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Right, you need to collect the poem from our rhyme recruits.

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Yes, boss.

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-Oh!

-Sorry, Commander,

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I might have rewired the flight deck a tiny bit.

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-Oops!

-Oh, Ditty, Ditty! Ready?

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Yes, Commander.

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The rhyme recruits are waiting for you, get a move on!

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# Rhyme Rocket! Rhyme Rocket!

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# We've been whizzing through space with a smile on our face

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# From planet Rhyme to Earth

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# Great poems we've got thanks to Rhyme-a-lot

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# From across universe

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# And now we've found our rhyme recruits so we're really aiming high

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# Stand-up and shout out words and sounds

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# Let's get our rhymes to fly! #

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Piling up bricks

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Four, five, six

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Put them in a line

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Seven, eight, nine

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Can you fix it?

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-ALL:

-Yes, we can!

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Cuppa tea?

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Nice one, Stan

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-Lift,

-Shift,

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Bricks

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Mortar

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Another cup of tea?

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Oh, I think we oughta!

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Build it up

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Brick by brick.

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Nice and tall

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-ALL:

-We're building a wall!

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Fantastic poem, well done, recruits!

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Oh! It's filled up our rhyme tanks!

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-ALL:

-Yay!

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Crew, it's time to head home.

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Make sure you do one last thing for us.

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Never stop rhyming!

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# Everyone here had some brilliant rhymes

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# They're the best we've ever heard

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# But now recruits we will say goodbye

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# And rocket from your world

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# We'll go whizzing through space with a smile on our face

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# From Earth to planet rhyme

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# Cheery bye, got to fly Must dash in a flash

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# And see you all next time!

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# The rhyme rocket!

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# The rhyme rocket! #

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Mission complete!

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I can put the final brick on my tower.

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Go on, officer Ditty.

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-There.

-A...

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A... A...

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-I think I'm allergic to the...

-Eek!

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..mole!

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ACHOO!

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-Oh, sorry.

-Ohh.

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Subtitles by Red Bee Media Ltd

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The crew of the Rhyme Rocket have one mission: to collect poems from around the universe, one rhyme at a time.

After receiving a signal of rhyme activity from children in Washington, the crew blast off to join them. Zooming through the universe of words, the team gather rhymes to fuel their rocket, including a poem by Daniel Phelps, and discover an incy wincy spider in space.

When they arrive at Earth, Professor Poet and Officer Ditty beam down to perform the poem with the Rhyme Recruits.


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