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[Female Chorus ] # Melody Time #
# Melody Time #
- [ Man ]# Melody time # - [ Female Chorus ]# Doo-doo-doo-doo #
# It´s time to swing along #
# Doo-doo-doo Doo-doo-doo #
# To a happy land ofsong #
# Where love is the thing #
# Doo-doo-doo Doo doo doo-doo-doo #
-# Melody time # - # Doo-doo-doo-doo #
# It´s time for sweet romance #
# Doo-doo-doo Doo-ooh #
# Won ´t you give your heart a chance #
# To join in and sing #
#Join in and sing #
# Take a tip from the birds #
- # You don ´t need words # - # No words #
- # For music has charms # - # Doo doo-doo doo-doo, oooh-ooh #
# It´s the language oflove #
-# When your love ´s in your arms # - # Doo doo-doo doo-doo-doo #
- # Doo, doo, doo # -# Rhythm and rhyme #
# Sure help a heart along #
# Doo doo-doo Doo doo-doo #
# So come on and sing a song #
# It´s melody time #
[ Female Chorus Continues ] # Doo doo-doo-doo #
# Doo doo doo Doo doo-doo #
# Doo doo-doo Doo-doo doo-doo #
# Doo doo-doo doo-doo #
# Doo doo-doo-doo #
# Doo doo doo Doo doo-doo #
# Doo doo-doo doo-doo #
# It´s melody time #
Y es, it´s melody ti me.
Ti me to hitch your wagon to a song,
´cause a song´s the one and only thing...
that will take you over the rainbow...
to the land where music is king.
So come on and join in the fun.
There´s something here for everyone.
- You´ll findrhythm andromance, reason andrhyme, - ## [ Vocalizing ]
something ridiculous--
# Something sublime #
# Oh, you can´t go wrong ifyou swing along #
#With melody, harmony Come to the jubilee #
[ All ] # It´s melody #
#Time ##
[Master OfCeremonies] A memoryofwintertime long ago,
ofclear, crisp air, ofnew fallen snow,
ofan etching offrost on a windowpane,
- an echo ofsleigh bells heard from the lane, - [ Sleigh Bells Jingling ]
Here in this wonderland romance is the theme,
for this is the story oflove ´s young dream,
[ Slei gh Bel ls Conti nue J i ngl i ng ]
[ Frances Langford] # Don´tyou kinda love December #
# When the merry snow bells chime #
# We´re together #
# Once upon a wintertime #
# Every single snowflake falling #
# Plays a jingle down your spine #
# Lovely weather #
# Once upon a wintertime #
# On the frozen pond#
# Folks are swaying #
# Sweetheart, who cares #
# We ´ll have more fun sleighing #
# Behind two chestnut mares #
# When we say good-bye, December #
# Merry bells no longer chime #
# We ´ll remember #
# Once upon a wintertime #
[ Chorus ] # Don ´t you kinda love December #
# When the merry snow bells chime #
# We ´re together Once upon a wintertime #
## [ Woman Vocalizing ]
-# Every single snowflake falling # -# Ding, dong, ding, dong #
-# Sends a jingle down your spine # -# Ding, dong #
-# Ding-dong, ding-dong # -# Here we are together Lovely, lovely weather #
-# Once upon a wintertime # -#Jingle bells,jingle bells Jingle bells #
#Jingle all the day #
[ Female Chorus ] # On the frozen pond folks are swaying #
[ Male Tenor ] # Sweetheart, who cares #
[ Male Bass ] # We ´ll have more fun sleighing #
# Behind two chestnut mares #
[ Full Chorus ] # When we say good-bye, December #
# Merry bells no longer chime #
# We ´ll remember Once upon a wintertime #
## [ Vocalizing ]
# Remember December #
# Once upon a wintertime #
[ Frances Langford] # On the frozen pond#
# Folks are swaying #
# Sweetheart, who cares #
- [ Slei gh Bel Is J i ngl i ng ] -# We´ll have more fun sleighing#
# Behind two chestnut mares #
# When we say good-bye, December #
# Merry bells no longer chime #
# We´ll remember #
# Once upon #
# A wintertime #
[ Chorus ] # Once upon a wintertime ##
## [ "Flight ofthe Bumblebee ""]
[ Master Of Ceremonies ] Freddy Martin, an ardent admirer ofthe classics,
inspired by Rimsky-Korsakov´s ""Flight ofthe Bumblebee, ""
has chosen to interpret this lively fantasy in his own unique style,
## [ J azzy Arrangement ]
In a flight that is fast and furious,
a confused little character tries desperately to escape from the hectic harmony,,,
ofan instrumental nightmare,
## [ ""Flight ofthe Bumblebee "" Continues,Jazzy ]
## [ Continues ]
## [ Ends ]
[ Master Of Ceremonies ] On the pages ofAmerican folklore,
a legion ofmighty men have left the symbols oftheir greatness,
There was Paul Bunyan ´s ax;
John Henry´s hammer;
Davy Crockett´s rifle;
and then, quite unexpectedly,
one comes upon a tin pot hat, a bag ofapple seed,,,
and a holy book,
And strangely enough, these are the symbols of one ofthe mightiest men ofall--
John Chapman, a real-life pioneer,
With the passingyears, however, reality has given way to legend,
until today we know this remarkable man simply as Johnny Appleseed,
This is his story, told by an old settler who knewJohnny well,
Listen,
[ Old Settler Narrating ] Well, sir, every time I see an apple blossom sky,,,
I think ofJohnny Appleseed,
´cause, of course, them clouds up thar, they ain ´t really clouds at all,
No, sir,
Why, shucks, there wouldn ´t be no apple blossom sky,,,
ifit weren ´t for the fact thatJohnny--
But now, hold on here, Guess I´d better start back to the beginnin ´,
That´s when Johnny lived on a farm near Pittsburgh town,
The year was 1 806, or maybe there around,
Now,just to look at him you´d sayJohnny Appleseed never would make a pioneer,
- ## [ Whistl i ng ] - He was such a sawed-off, scrawny little fella,
´Course that didn´t faze Johnny none,
Shucks, he had his apple trees and the morning sun and the evening breeze,
- ## [ Conti nues Whistl i ng ] - [ Twitteri ng ]
# The Lord is good to me #
# And so I thank the Lord #
# For givin´ me the things I need #
# The sun and rain and an apple seed #
#Yes, He´s been good to me #
## [ Continues Whistling ]
# I owe the Lord so much #
# For everything I see #
# I´m certain ifitweren´t for Him #
#There´d be no apples on this limb #
# He´s been goodto me#
# Oh, here am I ´neath the blue, blue sky #
- # A-doin´ as I please # - [Twittering ]
#Singin´ with myfeathered friends #
- [ Buzzing ] - # Hummin´ with the bees #
# I wake up every day #
# As happy as can be #
# Because I know that with His care #
# My apple trees theywill still be there #
# Oh, the Lord is good to me #
## [ Continues Whistling ]
[ OldSettler] Workin´, singin´, carefree andgay,
That´s howJohnny spent each day,
attendin´ to his apple trees,
But lately littleJohnny here would feel a stirrin´in the air--
## [ Men Singing, Faint ]
a rumblin´, rollin´ underbeat ofrestless men and restless feet,
# Get on the wagon rol I i n´ west #
- # There´s plenty of room for you # - # Plenty of room for you #
# Get on the wagon rollin´ west #
# Out to the great unknown #
# Get on the wagon rollin´ west#
# Oryou´ll be left alone #
[ Women ] # We made a home before #
# We´re startin´ out again #
# We ain´t afeared of man nor beast #
# We´re strong-hearted men #
[Joining I n ] # So, get on the wagon rollin´ west #
# Seekin´ a land that´s new #
# Get on the wagon rollin´ west#
# There´s plenty ofroom foryou#
# Get on the wagon rollin´ west#
# Out to the great unknown #
# Get on the wagon rollin´ west #
# Oryou´ll be left alone #
# The rivers may be wide The mountains may be tall #
# But nothin´ stops the pioneer #
# We´re trailblazers all #
# So, get on the wagon rollin´ west #
# Out to the great unknown #
# Get on the wagon rollin´ west #
- # Or-- # - [Men Continue ] # Oryou´ll be left alone#
# You´ll be left alone ##
[ Old Settler] PoorJohnny,
He weren´t no pioneer, and he knowed it,
It was alljust pretend,
and them folks goin´ west to build this nation,,,
sure made pickin´apples look like a plumb useless occupation,
- ## [ Fades ] - Well, sir, that´s when a miracle happened,
""Well, what´s holdin ´ya,Johnny?, "" says a voice,
""Go on, Go on out west, ifthat´s your choice, ""
Well, sir, it was an angel,
Johnny´s own private guardian angel,
Might look mighty queersome to you and me,
but, you know, that´s just the way John figured he ´d be,
Wel l, speak up, boy.
Don´t stand there gawki n´.
U nlock your jaw and get to talkin´.
Y-Y-Yes, sir-- Yes, sir!.
Why don´t I go west?.
´Cause I ain´t got the muscle...
nor the breadth ofchest,
Out tharit´s the strong men who survive,
and I´m about the puniest feller alive.
Shame to ya, Johnny.
You got faith and courage and a level head.
But, shucks, you see, sir,
all I know is... apple trees.
And what´s wrong with apples, ifyou please?.
Ain´t they ´bout the finest fruit in all the land?.
Why, shoot, man, they take the cake.
Just think, Johnny,
of all the things that apples make.
There´s, uh, apple pickles.
# Oh-so-tastyapple tarts andapple pastry#
# Apple dumplings Not to mention-- #
- Applesauce?. - Yes!
# And there´s apple fritters light as thistle #
# And for folks to wet their whistle #
[ Together ] # Tangy apple cider in a glass #
Stew ´em, fry ´em, boil ´em, bake ´em.
- Apple pie and apple cake ´em. - Yep!
# You can cook ´em any way#
# There´s apple this andapple that#
#The recipes´d fill yer hat #
#Why, I could carry on like this all day #
# So, packyer stuff and git a-goin´ #
# Git them apple trees a-growin´ #
#There´s a lot ofwork out there to do #
[ Together] #There´s a lot ofwork to do #
- Yes, sir!. - ## [ Whistling ]
I mean, no, sir.
Yousee, sir, I ain´t got the traps, ain´t got the gear,,,
ornone ofthe things I´ll need out there,
You ain´t got the--
Dadgum it, boy, I´m ashamed ofyou.
You got the stuff to see you through.
Why,you got all the seedsyou´re needin´,
and for pretty darn good readin´...
#There ain´t nothin´ finer than your book #
Here´s a mighty handy bonnet.
Even got a handle on it.
#Turn it upside-down and you can cook#
# So, come on, son and git a-goin´ #
# Git them apple trees a-growin´ #
[ Together] #There´s a lot ofwork out there to do #
# Oh, there´s a lot ofwork to do ##
[OldSettler] Well, sir, that´s howit all began,
That´s howJohnny, all alone,
set out to meet the great unknown,
´Twas a mighty big and fearsome place,,,
for a man to face,
A little man, and all alone,
without no knife,
without no gun,
And though the forest is dark and wide,,,
with fearsome critters on every side,
Johnnyjust kept walkin ´ on,
Walked until at last he found a little spot of open ground,,,
with fertile soil and warmsome breeze,
a likely place for apple trees,
Now, the varmints here, they couldn ´t know,,,
ifJohn was friend orJohn was foe,
so some took off in sudden flight,,,
and some got set to claw and bite,
But ifJohnny seen ´em he paid no heed,
Just got busy a-plantin´apple seeds,
## [ Whistl i ng ]
## [ Conti nues ]
Now, them varmints come from everywhere,,,
to watch that man a-diggin´ there,
Didn´t like what they was seein´,
Didn´t trust no human bein´,
## [ Conti nues ]
Yep, that ornery human had to go,
But who was a-gonna tell him so?,
Well, not a soul could answer that,,,
till here come along a black-and-white cat,
Now, he weren´t too bright, but he didn´t much care,
He knowed he had a certain ai r... about him,
## [ Whistling Continues ]
[ Sniffi ng ]
## [ Continues ]
Well, sir, that done it,
The critters ne´er seed the beat ofthat,
the likes ofa human a-likin´ that cat,
Why, shucks, this little man had went and busted every precedent,
He was the very first to come,,,
without no knife, without no gun,
And so it was, from that time on,
every last livin ´ varmint was a friend to John,
- ## [ Conti nues ] - They surely was,
# The Lord is good to me #
# And so I thank the Lord #
# For givin´me the things I need#
# The sun and rain and an apple seed#
# Yes, He´s been good to me ##
Well, as time went byJohnny kept right on a-plantin´his apple trees,,,
and makin´ friends everywhere,
and his best friends was the pioneers,,,
for, of course,John was plantin´more than an apple tree,
He was plantin´his own boundless faith and courage too,
and that give folks new heart, new hope in the job they had to do,
As more and more pioneers come to push back the forest,
the kindly deeds oflittle Johnny Appleseed,,,
spread throughout the land,
and more ´n once, with a good old-fashionedjubilee,
folks would honorJohnny Appleseed and the fruit ofthe apple tree,
## [ Banjo ]
[ Dance Cal ler ] # Swi ng and come right out to the right of the ring #
# I nside arch and the outside under #
# I nside arch and the outside under #
# ´Tain´t gonna rain without no thunder #
# First and third Bow left, swing #
# Come right out to the right ofthe ring #
# And you buckle up four with eight a-hand ´round #
# I´llswingyours andyouswing mine#
# I´llswing mygirl halfthe time#
# Keepin´ ´erstraight to a do-si-do #
# Chicken in the breadpan pickin´ out dough #
# Big pig a-rootin´ out a little tater row #
# And a-one more change then home we go #
## [ Continues ]
[ Old Settler ] Now, sometimes ifJohn was a-passin´by,,,
he´d mosey over and kinda look in on the doin´s,
´cause it sure tickled him to see how the fruit ofhis labors,,,
brought all kinds offolks together and made ´em good neighbors,
# Now duck for the apple Four i n a row #
Thank you, son. # Corners go Apple core #
- [ All Shout ] -# Bite that apple to the core #
- [ Sniffing ] -# Ready now #
# Allemande left to the ol´left hand#
# Back toyourpartner Right and left grand#
# A-whirlin´right and a-whirlin´ wrong#
# And straighten ´em out and trot ´em along#
# A right and a left Four in a row #
# Stack them couples on a corner, go #
-# Apple core # - [ Al I Shout ]
# Dance with a pretty girl Try once more ##
[ Dancers Laughing ]
- [ Clanging ] - [ Woman ] Come and get it!
The vittles´s on, the table´s set, it´s all a-waitin´ to be et!
- Come and get it! - [ Al I Shouting ]
- Apple pickles. - Mighty tasty!
- Apple butter! - Apple pastry!
-Apple dumpling! - How´d you like some applesauce?.
Yes, ma´am!
[ Old Settler] Yup,Johnny did bring folks a heap ofhappiness,
But, shucks, he weren´t lookin´ for thanks,
Didn´t have time fer it,
He knowed a man can´t take no rest,,,
ifhe aims to plant the whole darn wilderness in apple trees,
And so it was-- for more´n 40 year,,,
John walked and planted that old frontier,
[ Thunderclap ]
Yes, sir, 40 years of walkin ´ and plantin ´,
And in that space oftwoscore year,,,
this little man, he throwed his shadow clear across the land,
across 1 00, 000 miles square,
And in that shadow everywhere,,,
you´ll find he left his blessin ´s three:
[ Chorus ] # Love and faith #
# And the apple tree #
Boy, for sleepi n´ you take the cake.
Come on. Git up! [ Whistles ]
We got a longsome trip to make,
Oh, why, Mr. Angel. Howdy do?.
I´m fine, And how beyou?
I´m fine.
J ust feelin´-- Whoop!
Who is that, sleepin´ in the evenin´ dusk?.
Why, that´s just your husk, John. Your mortal husk.
My husk?.
You mean to say I´m-- I´m passed away?.
Dagnab it, Angel, I just can´t go!
Got crops to harvest, seeds to sow,
Now, now, hold on, boy.
Down here on Earth your work is through,
but yonder, well, we need ya, Johnny.
Yep, we sure do,
You´d think we had most all we please,
but we ain´t.
We´re kinda short on apple trees.
Well, I swan!
I didn´t know!
What are we waitin´ fer?. Come on! Let´s go!
# We´re wastin´time Let´s git it goin´#
# Git them apple trees a-growin´ #
[ Together] #There´s a lot ofwork up there to do #
# Oh, there´s a lot ofwork to do #
[ OldSettler] Well, sir, nowyou know the reason why,,,
whenever I see that certain sky,,,
I think oflittleJohn,
´Cause it´s like I said, ifyou´ll recall:.
Them clouds ain´t really clouds at all,
They´re apple blossoms, ifyou please,
from John ´s heavenly orchard ofapple trees,
[ Chorus ]# Ohh, and some may hail the apples there #
# For everyone in the world to share #
[Johnny ] # The Lord is good to me ##
[ Master Of Ceremonies ] There ´s drama, there ´s excitement,,,
and there ´s harmony for three,,,
in the story ofadventure on the sea,
Now, featured in this epic,,,
is a ship ofproud design,
No, it´s not this ocean liner,
We take a different line,
So, with a huffand a puff and a chug-chug-chug,,,
and a perky little hoot,
[ T oot T oot ]
we introduce our hero,
the tugboat Little Toot,
- [Andrews Sisters ] # Little Toot was just a tug # - [ T oot T oot ]
-#Just a happy harbor tug # - [ T oot T oot ]
# And he came from a line oftugboats fine and brave #
[ T oot T oot ]
- # But it seems that Little Toot # - [ T oot T oot ]
-# Simply didn´t give a hoot # - [ T oot T oot ]
# Though he tried to be good he never could behave #
-# Chug-a-chug-chug, heave-ho, my lad# - [ T oot T oot ]
# I´m a big toot just like my dad#
-# Pull big boats with the old heave-ho # - [ T oot T oot ]
# And away we go #
# Chug-a-chug, chug-chug Chug-a-chug, chug-chug #
# Chug-a-chug, chug-chug Chug-a-chug, chug-chug #
Whee!
[ Coughi ng, Wheezi ng ]
- # He made the ocean liners wait # - [ T oot T oot ]
-# While he made a figure eight # - [ T oot T oot ]
# With the greatest of ease he´d cut through the seas #
# And sli-i-i-ide #
-# But he went too far one day # - [ T oot T oot ]
# When he slid in Big Toot´s way #
# And it wasn´t a joke for it nearly broke Big Toot´s pride #
[ Sputteri ng ]
[ Coughi ng, Wheezi ng ]
# Won´tyou ever grow up Little Toot #
# Won´tyou ever grow up Little Toot #
[ Ship Horn Blowing ]
# When there´s work to be done #
# Allyou think ofis fun #
# Won´tyou ever grow up Little Toot #
# Ohhh #
# Little Toot had quite a scare #
# He decided then and there #
# That he´d try to be good#
-# As good as he could be # - [ Si ghs ]
[ Big Toot Tooting ]
# So when his dad came puffin´slow #
# With a mighty ship in tow #
# Little Toot went to help him take it out to sea #
[ T ooti ng ]
# Chug-a-chug-chug Heave-ho, my lad#
-# I´m a big tootjust like my dad# - [ T oot ]
# Push big boats with the ol´heave-ho #
- [ T oot T oot ] -# And away we go #
# Chug-a-chug, chug-chug Chug-a-chug, chug-chug #
# Chug-a-chug, chug-chug Chug-a-chug, chug-chug # Whoo!
- [ Horn Blowi ng ] - [ Clangi ng ]
[ Beeping:. ""S, O,S, ""]
[ Horn Conti nues Blowi ng ]
[ Crash ]
- [ Sirens Wailing ] - [ Horn Blowing ]
# Won´tyou ever grow up #
# Little Toot#
# Won´tyou ever grow up #
# Little Toot #
# When you get into trouble #
# You get into it double #
# Won´tyou ever #
# Grow up #
# Little Toot #
# What a shame #
# What a shame #
# You´ve disgraced your father´s name #
# Won´tyou ever #
# Grow up #
# Little Toot #
[ Buoy Bel I Clangi ng ]
[ Sniffling ]
- [ Fog Horn Blowing ] - [ Clanging Continues ]
Bad boy.
Bad boy.
Shame!
Shame!
Too bad.
Too bad.
Hmmph!
Hmmph!
[ Thunder Crashing]
- [ Coughing ] -# He was drifting all around#
# When a storm came crashing down #
# In the billowing sea he tossed and tossed and tossed#
# And his heart was filled with fear #
# For he knew the rocks were near #
# With the waves in pursuit Little Toot knew all was lost #
# Then he saw a rocket´s flare #
# Come a-bursting in the air #
# And he suddenly knew that he must do or die #
# For a ship was in distress #
# And as he puffed an ""S, O,S, ""#
# He raced to the rescue ofthe ship nearby #
[ Beeping:. ""S, O,S, ""]
[ Beeping Continues ]
[Andrews Sisters ] Try, try, try,
Do or die, do or die, Do or die, do or die,
[ Squawki ng ]
[ Chugging ]
[ T oot T oot ]
[ T oot T oot ]
[ T oot T oot ]
-# Well, it seems you´ve grown up Little Toot # - [ T oot T oot ]
# Toot Toot, you´re a brave You´re a brave, brave Little Toot #
-# Can´tyou hear that cheerin´ crowd# - [ Loud Cheering ]
# You have made your daddy proud#
# You are now a big toot Little Toot #
[ Ships Blowing Horns ]
# Yes, you´re now a great big toot #
# Little Toot ##
[ T oot T oot ]
[ Master Of Ceremonies ] There´s poetry in trees, they say,
and, well, one day a poet found it,
Then a music master wove around it,,,
melody,
An artist touched it, gave it form in colors rich and warm,
And now we bring to you these three:.
poem, picture, melody,
A simple tribute to a tree,
[ Chorus ] # I think that I shall never see #
# A poem lovely as a tree #
# A tree whose hungry mouth #
# Is pressed#
# Against the earth ´s sweet flowing #
# Breast #
# A tree that looks #
# At God#
# All day #
# And lifts her leafy arms #
# To pray #
[ Male Tenor ] # The tree that may in summer wear #
# A nest ofrobins in her hair #
# Upon whose bosom snow has lain #
# Who intermitt´ly lives with rain #
[ Male Tenor, Chorus ] # Poems are writ #
# By fools like me #
[ Male Tenor, Solo ] # But only God#
# Can make #
# A #
# Tree ##
[ Master Of Ceremonies ] The intoxicating rhythm ofthe samba,
A talented miss serves up a musical cocktail,,,
with a true Latin-American flavor,
So ifthree boisterous birds ofa feather,,,
fall under the influence ofthis torrid tropical tempo,
don´t blame them-- blame it on the rhythm ofthe samba,
## [ Orchestra: Slow ]
# Ifyour spirits have hit a new low #
-# And they long to hit # - [ Chitteri ng ]
-# A new high # - [ Cackl i ng, Laughing ]
- # One little musical cocktail # - [ Laughing Continues ]
-# Will lift them to the sky # - [ Chittering Continues ]
# Mix ajigger ofrhythm #
# With the strain ofa few guitars #
# Add a dash ofthe samba #
# And a few melodious #
-# Bars # -## [ Samba: Medium Tempo ]
# And then #
# And there #
- # You take a small cabaca Chi-chi-chi-chi chi # - [ Rattl i ng ]
# One pandiero Cha-cha-cha-cha-cha #
# Take the cuica Choo-choo-choo-choo #
# You´ve got the fascinating rhythm ofthe samba #
# And ifguitars are strumming Chi-chi-chi-chi-chi #
# Birds are humming Cha-cha-cha-cha-cha #
# Drums are drumming Choo-choo-choo-choo #
# Then you can blame it on the rhythm ofthe samba #
# For there is somethin ´ ´bout the beat you cling to #
# Not the type ofsong you sing to #
# But the kind ofthing you swing to #
# When you get to bouncin´ with the beat in your feet #
# For when you´re bouncin´ to the beat, you´re reelin´#
# With the carioca feelin´#
# But ifyou want to hit the ceilin´#
# Here is allyou have to do #
- # You take a small cabaca # - [ Rhythm ic Gurgl i ng ]
-# One pandiero # - [ Gurgling Continues ]
# Take a cuica #
# You´ve got the fascinating rhythm ofthe samba #
## [ Chittering ]
[ Laughing, Chittering ]
## [ Singing In Portuguese ]
# A pick-a-pocket Casablanca is a cuica, choo-choo #
# And thenyou really got the barorundi samba #
# And ifyou tell a proper guy that he´s cabaca, chi-chi #
# Well, then he´ll turn around and tellyou I´m pandiero, cha-cha #
# And ifhe doesn´t turn around then he´s a cuica, choo-choo #
# And then you really got the barorundi samba #
## [ Chittering ]
## [Singing In Portuguese ]
# A pick-a-pocket Casablanca is a cuica, choo-choo #
# And then you really got the barorundi samba ##
[ Laughing ]
[ Chattering ]
[ Chattering Continues ]
[ Laughing ]
[Master OfCeremonies ] Here´s a tall tale straight from the chuck wagon,
just the way the old-timers used to tell ´em,
Accordin´ to them, Pecos Bill was the roughest, toughest,
rootin ´-est, tootin ´-est shootin ´-est cowpoke that ever lived,
Well, any story about ol´ Pecos is bound to be right strong medicine,
so maybe it´s best to sashay into it kinda gentle-like,
# Shades ofnight are fallin ´#
# As the wind begins to sigh #
# And the world is silhouetted#
# ´Gainst the sky #
## [ Whistling ]
# Blue shadows #
- # On the trail # -## [ Whistling ]
# Blue moon shinin ´#
-# Through the trees # -## [ Whistling ]
# And the plaintive #
# Wail #
- # From the distance # -## [ Faint Howling ]
# Comes a-driftin ´#
# On the evenin ´#
# Breeze #
# Move along #
# Blue shadows #
# Move along #
# Soon the dawn will come #
# Andyou´ll be on your way #
# But until #
# The darkness #
# Sheds its veil #
# There ´ll be blue shadows #
# On the trail #
## [ Whistling ]
## [ Whistling Continues ]
## [ Faint Howling ]
## [ Howling Continues ]
## [ Whistling Continues ]
## [ Howling Continues ]
- # Move along # - # Move along #
# Bl ue shadows #
- # Move along # - # Move along, move along Move along #
# Soon the dawn will come #
# And you´ll be on yourway #
# On yourway #
# But until the darkness #
# Sheds its veil #
#There´ll be blue shadows #
# On the trail#
# Shadows on the#
# Trail##
## [Howling]
Uncle Roy.
- Yes, honey?. - What makes the wolves howl like that?.
Wolves?. Ha! Those are coyotes.
-Aren´t they, Roy? - Yep, they´re coyotes. Bobby´s right.
- They always howl when the moon is bright. - Why?.
Well, that´s quite a story,
- Cowboys in it?. - Yes, sirree,
- I njuns too?. - Well, could throw in maybe two or three.
But mostly this story is about Pecos Bill.
- Pecos Bill?. Who´s he?. -## [ Guitar: Sharp Strum ]
- What?. Never heard of Pecos Bill?. - Imagine that.
Why, I thought everybody knowed Pecos.
Why, Bobby, I´m surprised at you.
Bill was the world´s greatest buckaroo.
# He was the roughest, toughest critter Never known to be a quitter #
# ´Cause he never had no fear for man nor beast #
- Yep, that there Pecos Bill was-- - [ Whinnying ]
Easy, Trigger. I´m not forgettin´ Bill´s horse.
Why, shucks, I couldn´t forget Widowmaker.
- Widowmaker?. - [ Laughs ] That´s a funny name.
But that horse earnedit just the same,
- He was a killer. - Dynamite on the hoof.
Yep, Widowmaker was Bill´s best pal,
until along came that beautiful prairie gal.
[ Whinnying ]
- Aw, shucks. A woman in the story. - But what a woman.
# She was fresh as the dew#
# On a prairie rose #
# A true thoroughbred #
# From her head to her toes #
#That there was Slewfoot Sue #
# Sweet Sue #
Slewfoot Sue. Huh! I´d rather hear about the coyotes.
Yes, Uncle Roy, you started to say--
Why the coyotes howl at the moon that way?.
You´re right, honey, but it all fits together.
Can´t tell one without the other,
because the story of Bill and that Slewfoot gal...
is the story of coyotes and why they howl.
I´m gettin´ down to the details right now.
Now, here on the map ofthe old U.S.,
completely surrounded bywilderness, lies Texas.
-[Cowboy] Amen, - ´Course, there´s some other states scattered around.
- Yeah, like Wyoming, - Milwaukee,
-And Long Island Sound, - Right,
[Roy Rogers ] Down Texas way a river flows,
Where it comes from, nobody knows,
Where it´s a-goin´ don´t no one care,
Just doggone glad it´s a-leavin´ there,
- That there´s the Pecos River, - She was pure alkali,
Just naturally mean water,
Why, the buzzards won ´t even touch it,
-## [ Whistling ] - Into this fertile garden spot,,,
once there come a prairie cart,
- [ Shouti ng, Chatteri ng ] - There was Ma and Pa and 1 6 brats,
four hound dogs--
[ Cowboy ] Yeah, and a couple of cats,
[ Roy Rogers ]All a-goin´ west, lookin´ for elbow room,
Sure could use some ofthe same,
Crossin´ the Pecos River bed, somethin´ fell out and lit on his head,
Folks didn´t even know he was gone,
Ol´ wagon just kept a-rollin´along,
Yep, it was Bill,
Poor little critter,
Homeless as a poker chip,
# ´Long came night and a prairie moon #
# Old Ma Coyote a-hurryin ´ home #
# She was due for a shock at herjourney´s end#
# Fer the stork had delivered a dividend#
Plumb unusual!
Yep, ´Tain´t never happened before,
-Probably one ofthem newfangled models, -[ Sniffi ng ]
# Bill looked up and then he grinned#
Shucks!
# Ma´s ol´heart just plumb caved in #
# Bill seen right off that he needn´t fear #
# He´d staked himself a claim right here #
Headed straight for that old chuck wagon,
Yep, ol´ Bill was hungrier than a woodpecker with a headache,
And so it follered as a natural fact,,,
- that Bill growed up with that coyote pack, - [ Growls ]
He soon become the main top hand,,,
in a way they all could understand,
[ Yel I i ng ]
But little Bill, he couldn´t rest,,,
till he´d proved hisself the A- 1 best,
So he studied the other varmints too,
then showed ´em all a trick or two,
Outloped the antelope,
Outjumped the jackrabbit,
[ Rattl i ng ]
[ H issi ng ]
[ Yel I i ng ]
Yeah, Bill even outhissed the rattlesnake,
# Then one day #
# ´Cross the burnin´sand#
# A stranger come #
# To the Pecos land#
# The usual committee #
# Was there today #
# To welcome their guest #
-# In # - [ Foal Whi nnyi ng ]
# The usual way #
Now, 50 to 1 weren´t no fair fight,
but one plus Bill made itjust about right,
[ Yel I i ng ]
Well, it was the beginning ofa beautiful friendship,
From that time on them two stuck together,,,
Iike warts on a toad, like birds ofa feather,
When Bill growed up, it was natural, of course--
he ´d choose a career to suit him and his horse,
Yep, Bill become a rootin ´, tootin ´ cowboy,
Ya-hoooo!
Ya-hoooo!
# Ohhhh #
# Pecos Bill was quite a cowboy down in Texas #
[ Gunshots ]
# And the western superman to say the least #
# He was the roughest toughest critter #
# Never known to be a quitter #
# ´Cause he never had no fear ofman nor beast #
# So yippee-i-yay I-yay #
# Yippee-i-ohh #
# Fer the toughest critter west ofthe Alamo #
-# So yippee-i-yay, i-yay # -## [ Yodeling ]
-# Yippee-i-ohh I-ohh # - ## [ Yodel i ng ]
## [ Both Yodel i ng ]
# Once there was a drought that spread all over Texas #
# So to sunny Californy he did go #
# And though the gag is kinda corny #
# He brought rain from Californy #
# That´s the way we got the Gulf ofMexico #
# So yippee-i-yay I-yay #
# Yippee-i-ohh #
# Fer the toughest critter west ofthe Alamo #
[ Cow Mooing ]
# Once a band ofrustlers stole a herd of cattle #
- [ Mooi ng ] -# But they didn´t know #
# The herd they stole was Bill´s #
# And when he caught them crooked villains #
# Pecos knocked out all their fillin´s #
# That´s the reason why there´s gold in them thar hills #
-# So yippee-i-yay -# I-yay #
-# Yippee-i-ohh # - # I-ohh #
# Fer the toughest critter west ofthe Alamo #
# Ohh, Pecos lost his way #
- # While travelin ´ on the desert # - # Water #
# It was 90 miles #
# Across the burnin ´sand#
# Water #
# He knew he´d never reach the border #
# Water #
# Ifhe didn´t get some water #
# Water #
[ Whinnying ]
# So he got a stick and dug the Rio Grande #
## [ Yodeling ]
[ Whinnying ]
# While a tribe ofpainted Indians #
# Did a war dance #
# Pecos started shootin´ up their little game #
# He gave them redskins such a shake-up #
# That theyjumped out from their makeup #
# That´s the way the Painted Desert got its name #
# So yippee-i-yay I-ohh #
-# Fer the toughest critter west ofthe Alamo # - Ohh!
- [ Gunshots ] - # While reclinin´ on a cloud high over Texas #
# With his gun he made the stars evaporate #
# Then Pecos saw the stars declinin ´#
# So he left one brightly shinin ´#
# As the emblem of the Lone Star Texas state #
# So yippee-i-yay I-yay #
# Yippee-i-ohh #
- Yep, them was happy days fer Bill and that hoss, - [ Gunshots ]
Looked like nothin´ could ever come between ´em,
Then it happened,
Now, Bill was happy that fateful day,
a-killin´some time in his carefree way,
inventin´a one-man rodeo,,,
a-buttin´heads with the buffalo,
Poor Bill,
Yeah, happy as a hog in a turnip patch,
And then old man Fate started dealin´ from the bottom ofthe deck,
for down the stream come Slewfoot Sue,,,
with all her charms revealed to view,
Looked like somethin´ from out´n a dream--
first female woman Bill´s ever seen,
## [ WolfWhistle ]
- She was strange, - Unusual,
Yeah, but powerful stimulatin´,
Like a slug ofrye on an empty stomach,
# Give ´im a right peculiar feelin´#
# Set his senses plumb to reelin´#
-# With a poundin´sound inside his ears # - [ Stampeding Hoofbeats ]
# Like the gallopin´hooves ofa thousand steers #
# Inside his chest was a-seethin´and churnin´#
# His blood was a-boilin´ His brain was a-burnin´#
# A-burnin´ with the fires that could only be cooled#
# In the beckoning depths #
# Oftwo blue, limpid pools #
Yep, I ´amour had come to Pecos Bill,
[ Barki ng, Howl i ng ]
Yahoo!
Widowmaker was plumb puzzled,
Looked like trouble to him,
and he sure was right,
Bill was busy inventin´ courtin´, western-style,
# He arranged for the moon #
# To rise just right #
# And flood the land#
# With a silvery light #
# Ordered the stars #
# In heaven above #
# To form a token #
# Ofundying love #
# Then, ´cross the sky #
# In words offire #
# Bill told sweet Sue #
# Ofhis own heart´s #
# Desire #
# Sweet Sue #
# I love #
- [ Kissi ng Sound ] -# You ##
And so Sue named the wedding day,
but there was a price Bill had to pay,
Sue wanted a bustle-- the finest, of course--
and she aimed to be wedded a-ridin´ Bill´s horse,
Well, Sue got her bustle and it sure was classy,
Put the finishin ´ touch on that sweet gal´s chassis,
Why, that there happy, blushin ´ bride,,,
was a-bustin ´ out with girlish pride,
## [ Wolf Whistles ]
But Bill had promised Slewfoot Sue a ride on Widowmaker too,
[ Gul p ]
- Would that horse be willin´ to let Sue ride? - [ Whinnying ]
Well, here comes the answer-- fit to be tied,
Widowmaker was plumb irritated,
But it didn ´t bother Sue none,
She walked right up to that critter´s side,
Her gentle hand touched his bristlin ´ hide,
Her foot found the stirrup, With a flick ofher bustle, Sue was aboard,
- And sought for the tussle, - [ Yawns ]
The proceedin ´s begun to commence,,,
forthwith,
[ Widowmaker Whi nnyi ng ]
No doubt about it.
That there Sue was a regular female buckaroo.
[ Whinnying Continues ]
And then, that bustle--
Underneath them frills and flounces,
Sue was developin´ plenty ofbounces,
Got to be more´n that gal could handle,
and Sue took off like a Roman candle,
That devilish contraption ofsteel and wire,,,
kept bouncin´ that poor gal higher and higher,
Soon it was plain to the multitude,,,
that Sue was a-gainin´altitude,
Sure looked like she was a goner,
But no, Here come a ray ofhope,
Look! I t were Bi I l and his trusty rope.
He´d durn soon put a stop to this,
- Shucks, Bill was never knowed to miss, - [ Crash ]
Bill was calm, confident,
He built his loop with careless ease,
He judged his distance, tested the breeze,
Then a whirl and a twirl and a twist ofthe wrist,
He let ´er go,,,
but the champeen missed,
How it come to happen, nobody could ever figure out,
## [ Whistl i ng ]
She was offagain on her heavenly flight,
Up, up she went, clean out ofsight,
till far into space this unfortunate maid,,,
finally come to the moon,
and that´s where she stayed,
In the state ofTexas, U,S,A,,
Iife still goes on in the same old way,,,
and the Pecos River still flows on,
but the greatest cowboy on Earth,,,
is gone,
Yeah, Bill went back to the coyotes,
but he never forgot Sue,
And every night, when the moon ris´high,
he´d lift his voice in mournful cry,
- [ Howl i ng ] - Bewailin´ the fate ofhis lady fair,
his long lost love in the sky up there,
- [ Howling Continues ] - So painful was his griefto see,
the varmints joined in out ofsympathy,
And that´s how come, to this very day,
coyotes howl at the moon that way,
- # Move along # - # Move along #
# Bl ue shadows #
- # Move along # - # Move along, move along, move along #
# Soon the dawn will come #
# And you´ll be on yourway #
# On yourway #
# But until #
#The darkness #
# Sheds its veil #
#There´ll be blue shadows #
# On the trail #
# Shadows on #
#The trail ##
[ Howling ]
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