Front Doors and Paths ‹ Series 5 ‹ Show Me Show Me (2022)

We're off on a journeyto play outside.

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Here comes our lift.

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Hop on for the ride.

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Trundle along to things that we know.

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Let's go meet themand count as we go.

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One elephant exercising.

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Two trains chuff-chuffing.

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Three tigers snoozing.

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Four giraffes bathing.

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Five snakes sneezing.

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Achoo!

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Six cars cartwheeling.

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Seven hamsters hopping.

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Eight monkeys missing.

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Peepo!

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Nine jellyfish jiggling.

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And...

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BOTH: Ten worms wriggling.

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Waving

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hello!

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My worms are flip-flappinglike birds in the sky.

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# Show me show me

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# A whistling Chris. #

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HE WHISTLES

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# Show me show me

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# A snapping Pui. #

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Snap, snap, snap!

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# Show me show me

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# A squelching boot. #

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Squelch!

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# Let's find out who's ready to play

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# Chris and Puiand you're here today!

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# Show me show me

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# All the toys

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# There's Mo Moand there's Tom and Stuffy

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# Miss Mouse and Teddington. #

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Is that everybody?

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Someone's missing, but who?

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Do you know?

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Where's Tom?

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Help us find our toy. Come on!

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Not here.

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There you are, Tom!

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# Show me show me

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# Your toy today

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# Can you find it

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# To come and play?

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# Show me show me

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# Your cheeky grin

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# Now you're here, let the fun begin

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# Lots to see here and lots to do

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# Show me show me

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# And we'll show you. #

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-Tom! I like your front door!

-SHOW ME JINGLE

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Listen! Somebody wants a Show Me!

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Show me show me, front doors!

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Front doors!

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Oh, Tom, what a smartfront door you have.

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A neat path and a welcoming mat!

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Yeah, don't forgetto wipe your feet!

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A knocker to knock.

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Knock, knock, knock.

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And a doorbellto ding-dong-ding!

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Ding-dong-ding, is our friend in?

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No, I'm out!

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Of course you are!

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Hold on.

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Where's your key, Tom?

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Unlock the door.

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Don't forget to wipe your feet.

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And always remember to shutthe front door behind you.

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And don't trap anythingin the front door.

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-Especially a grand front door...

-It keeps the draught out!

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Oh, here we are, nice and cosyin Tom's house.

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Nice draught excluder, Tom.

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Miss Mouse knitted it for me.

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Excuse me!

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Ding-dong-ding, I know you're in!

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Oh, look - a token for me. Come on.

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Front doors.

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A bell and a knocker.Rat-a-tat-tat!

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Ding-dong-ding, is our friend in?

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An extraordinarily grand front door!

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There's a front door with thenumber 1 on, just like Tom's.

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Front doors.

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Tom lives at number 1!

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We have another friendwho lives at number 2.

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Let's walk along this pathand find out who.

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Aha!

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Ding-dong-ding!

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Is our friend in?

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No milk today, thank you!

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No, Mo Mo, it's not the milkman,it's me, Pui.

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Are you coming out to play?

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Beep.

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Yes, please. Mo Mo lovescoming out to play.

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What a wonderful intercom you haveby your front door, Mo Mo.

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Oh, yes, Mo Mo lovestalky-beepy gadgets!

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Beep!

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My goodness! An electric front door!

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How clever!

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Let's walk along this path and seeyour neighbour at number 3.

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Ding-dong-ding!

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Is our friend in?

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Oh, how strange.

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Ding-dong-ding! Is our friend in?

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Mo Mo, he must have gone out!

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-We'll call back later.

-Boo!

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Teddington, you made me jump!

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I just popped outfor an afternoon stroll.

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MUSICAL CHIME

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-Is that a doorbell chime?!

-No, it's disco time!

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Show me show me...

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BOTH: Your groovy moves!

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Freeze!

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Chris, you moved!

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I have a deliveryfor front door numbered 4!

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Oh, 4. Let's walk alongthe path to number 4.

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Aha!

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Ding-dong-ding! Is our friend in?

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-No, I'm in here.

-Eh?!

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Ta-da!

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Stuffy! What are you up to?

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I posted myself back home.

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It's cheaper than the bus!

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Oh, Stuffy, you are funny!

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And what a lovely house you have.

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It has an orange roofand an orange front door.

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But I prefer the trampoline!

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Bounce, bounce, bounce!

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Oh, listen, it's the countingcobbles. Come on, let's go.

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I wonder who we'll find today.Count with me.

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One...two...

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three...four...

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five...six...

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seven...eight

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nine...

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and one big jump...

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-Ten!

-Attention!

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It's the Grand Old Duke of York.

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Join in with his rhyme.

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# Oh, the Grand Old Duke of York

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# He had 10,000 men

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# He marched themup to the top of the hill

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# And he marched them down again

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-# When they were up,they were up... #

-Up!

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-# When they were down,they were down... #

-Down!

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# When they wereonly halfway up

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-# They were neither up nor down. #

-Up!

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-There you go. Hello, Old Duke.

-Ahem!

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I mean, the GRAND Old Duke of York.

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That's better!

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Is this your front door?

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It's my grand front door.

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Oh, yes, very grand.Can we see it in action, please?

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Of course.

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Down!

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Wow!

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Up!

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Amazing!

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Very grand, eh?

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Oh, yes. It's very grand.But I'm not sure you'll fit through.

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Watch!

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Down!

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Left! Right! Left! Right!Left! Right! Left! Right!

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Now, Grand Old Duke,watch out for your hat!

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Oh, it's a bit squashed.

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But you still look grand.See you later, Old Duke.

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Goodbye.

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Up!

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Very good.

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So many lovely gardensin front of wonderful houses

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and fabulous front doors.

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Don't forget my trampoline.

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Oh, keep it down, Stuffy. You don'twant to upset the neighbours.

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Oh, no, we mustn't do that.

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# Teddy wears his Sunday best

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# Mo Mo's tired, she needs a rest

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-# Stuffy's being loud

-Whee!

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# All the toys are so house-proud

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# Tom has got a path to sweep

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# Cos a mess is not allowed

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-BOTH:

-# Our house,in the middle of our street

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# Our house

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# It's where we like to...

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# Meet... #

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Letters, parcels, packets?Letters, parcels, packets?

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Anything for door number one?

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No.

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Anything for doors number two,three or four?

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I have a small packetfor Teddington.

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Oh, goody.My front door bell has arrived.

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-Let me ring it for you, Teddington.

-BELL RINGS

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Hey!

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-BOTH:

-# Our house

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# In the middle of our street

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# Our house

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# It's where we like to...

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# Meet. #

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Thank you, neighbours.

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Is there anything for Miss Mouse?

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Miss Mouse? Oh, where is she?

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I can't see her front door anywhere.

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Oh, over there.

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Right at the end of the path.

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SHOW ME JINGLE

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Someone wants a Show Me.

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Show me show me paths.

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Paths. Let's follow the path all theway to Miss Mouse's house.

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-"Let me come, too, or the pair of youwill get lost."

-OK, Teddington.

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Come on, then. Follow the path,an adventure for feet!

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A feety adventure,what will they meet?

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-CRUNCHING

-Crunchy Feet!

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Crunchy feet on cornflaky leaves.

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Show me show me, your crunchy feet.

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Crunch, crunch, crunchy feet.

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Crunch, crunch, crunchy feet.

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Follow the path,an adventure for feet.

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A feety adventure,what will they meet?

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-Wobbly feet!

-Wobbly feet!

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-Wobbly logs. Wobble, wobble, wobble.

-"Wobble, wobble, wobble!"

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Show me show me, your wobbly feet.

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Wobble, wobble, wobble!

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-"Wobble-wobble!"

-What a wobbly path.

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And look, here's Tom. Toy's turn.

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Show me show me, off you go!

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# There's a big tall lamp postholding up a light

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# It shines on the pavementwhen it's night

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# There's a drainpipe takingwater down low

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# Giving the rain somewhere to go

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# There's a front doorstepfor climbing feet

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# Things to spotwalking down the street. #

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Lamp post!

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-BOTH:

-Drainpipe!

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Doorstep!

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# Show me show me, off you go

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# There is an office blockwith lots of floors

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# People go inthrough revolving doors

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# There's a spouting fountainwith a statue in the middle

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# The water sprays upand down it trickles

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# There is a wooden benchfor sitting down

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# Things to spotin the centre of town. #

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Office block!

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Fountain!

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Bench!

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# Show me show me, off you go

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# There's a departure boardwith train times on

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# Catch the train before it's gone!

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# There are platformsThis one is number nine

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# Make sure you wait behind the line

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# There's a roofkeeping out the pouring rain

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# Things to spotwaiting for a train. #

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-BOTH:

-Departure board!

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Platform!

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Roof!

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# Show me show me, off you go. #

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Tom, you're back. Join us for ourfeety adventure. Follow the path.

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An adventure of feet.

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A feety adventure,what will they meet?

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SNAPPING

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Snappy feet!

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Snappy feet on twiggy sticks.

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Snappy feet on a twiggy path.

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Your turn. Show me show me, paths.

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A path can take you to a jungle.

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Paths look a bit like roadsbecause they're flat.

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-But they haven't got lines on.

-The path has got squares on it.

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Sometimes when you go to thepark you can take the path.

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It has tiles on it so you can walk.

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A path could be straight or wriggly.

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To the seaside!

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It can take you anywhere.

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A path can take you home.

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-Thank you, you showed me!

-And me. And Teddington!

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Oh, look, look at this sign.The path splits in two.

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Which way should we go, Teddington?

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"Let's see."

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"Um...baked beans!"

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That's not a map!That's a shopping list, Teddington.

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Should we go along the footpath

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or the daft path?

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-Which one would you choose?

-The daft path, come on!

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It's the singalong-a-congagotta party path.

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# Do-do-do-do-do-do-do-do-do!Do-do-do-do-do-do-do!

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# Do-do-do-do-do-do-do-do-do!

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# Do-do-do-do-do-do-do!Do-do-do-do-do-do-do-do-do!

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-# Do-do-do-do. #

-It's a conga-longa-limbo!

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Gotta keep low and limbo!

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Oh, my goodness, oh, Tom!

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Off you go, Pui, you can do it.

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# Do-do-do-do-do-do-do!Do-do-do-do-do-do-do-do-do! #

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Off you go, Tom, you can do it!

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"Yeah, yeah! Here I go!"Put your hands down, that's it!

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-So close!

-CHEERING

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Off you go, Teddington.Under the limbo pole you go.

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"Oh, my back, my back! Mind my back!

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"Oh, very good, that's better.Off I go."

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# Do-do-do-do-do-do-do!Do-do-do-do-do-do-do-do-do! #

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-Hooray!

-Whoa!

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# La-la-la-la

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# La-la-la-la. #

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Off we go!

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Follow the path, follow the path.

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This isn't a footpath!It's a bottom-path!

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Whee!

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"Whee!"

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Whee!

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JINGLE CHIMES

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Look up there.

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Puffs of cloud high in the sky.

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What can you see floating by?

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Dungarees. Yoo-hoo! Kangaroo!

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Flutterby nose. Boingy-toes!

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In pursuit!

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Welly boot!

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Hold on tight!

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Phew, you're all right.

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Toodle-oo, kangaroo.

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Puffs of cloud high in the sky.Wonderful things floating by.

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Come on, let's get up and followthe path to Miss Mouse's house.

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Follow, follow, we're nearly there.Wow! Miss Mouse's house!

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-Come on, Teddington.

-"Ding-dong-ding! Is our friend in?"

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"Hello, Miss Mouse is in."

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Miss Mouse, what a wonderful house.

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Look at the rice-cake roof.Cracker cladding.

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-And an extremely grand front door.

-We looked at front doors today.

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Ding-dong-ding, is our friend in?Do that with your toy today.

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"Ding-dong-ding, is our friend in?"

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-TRAIN WHISTLE BLOWS

-There's your lift.

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Thank you for coming out to playtoday. Do come back again soon.

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Get your worms ready!

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BOTH: Ten worms wriggling,waving goodbye.

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Ten.

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Nine.

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Eight.

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Seven.

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Six.

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Five.

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Four.

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Three.

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Two.

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One.

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Ding-dong-ding!

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