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(The opening starts where Miyoko goes out of the tube, Hillary & Bre go down the slide, Miles jumps over it, Patty goes out of the teapot, Silly Jilly goes down the slide, Noah goes out of the tea cup, The kids come out to see Willy & Jilly)

Willy & Jilly: Hi, kids.

Kids: Hi.

Silly Willy: I'm Silly Willy.

Silly Jilly: And I'm Silly Jilly.

Both: Welcome to Silly Dilly Ville.

Brian Rosenstein: Wow, this place is radical.

Silly Willy: You haven't seen anything yet, dude. We're gonna take you on a fun-filled adventure.

Silly Jilly: And introduce you to some very silly people.

Silly Willy: And some very silly creatures. But first, let's get introduced.

Silly Jilly: And we even have a silly way to do that. It's called "The Name Game."

Silly Willy: And we'll teach it to you right this very silly second.

(Stars begins playing The Name Game and starts singing)

Silly Jilly: The name game

All: Seanie! Seanie, Seanie, bo-ba-nee Bo-na-na fan-na, fo-fa-nee Fee fi mo-ma-nee Seanie!

Katie! Katie, Katie, bo-ba-tee Bo-na-na fan-na, fo-fa-nee Fee fi mo-may-tee Katie!

Now, come on everybody I say now let's play a game I betcha I can make a rhyme Out of anybody's name The first letter of the name I treat it like it wasn't there But a "B" of an "F," Or an "M" will appear And then say "bo" Add a "B" then I say the name Then "bo- na- na, fana" and "fo" And they I say the name again With an "F" very plain, Then a "fee fi" and a "mo." And then I say the name again With an "M" this time And there isn't any name That I can't rhyme

Arnold! Arnold, Arnold, bo-bar-nold Bo-na-na, fan-na fo-far-nold, Fee fi mo-mar-nold Arnold!

But if the first two letter Are ever the same Drop the both, Then say the name Like Bob, Bob Drop the "B's," bo-ob Or Fred, Fred Drop the "F's," fo- red Mary, Mary Drop the "M's," mo- rar- y That's the only rule That is contrary

Silly Jilly: Say "Bo"

Kids: (Bo)

Silly Jilly: Now Tony with a "B"

Kids: (Bony)

Silly Jilly: Now bo-na-na, fan-na and fo

Kids: (Bo-na-na, fan-na fo)

All: Now you say the name again With an "F," very plain Then a fee, fi and a mo And then you say the name again With an "M" this time And there isn't any name That you can't rhyme

Tony! Tony, Tony, bo-bon-ey Bo-na-na fan-na fo-fo-ney Fee fi mo money Tony!

Marsha! Marsha, Marsha, bo-bar-sha Bo-na-na fan-na fo-far-sha Fee fi mo-ar-sha Marsha!

The name game The name game It's the name game

(song ends)

Silly Jilly: Now that we all know each other, let's begin our adventure.

Silly Willy: Everyone, join hands. (The kids walks to Willy & Jilly to hold hands) Reach for the sky. (The hands are going up.) And a

Both: one and a-two and a bop-bam-boo!!!!

(The teleports to meet Billy Daffodilly Willy, Jilly, and the kids)

Silly Willy: Kids, I'd like you to meet Billy Daffodilly.

Billy Daffodilly: Hi, Willy. Hi, Jilly. Hi, kids.

All: Hi!

Silly Jilly: Billy, why are you out here all by yourself?

Billy Daffodilly: Well, sometimes when it gets a little crazy at my house I like to get away from it all by coming down here and fishing for a while.

Silly Willy: Oh, your mother and her crazy animal friends again, huh?

(Starts playing Down by the Bay and starts singing)

Billy Daffodilly: Down by the bay Where the watermelons grow Back to my home I dare not go For if I do My mother will say

Mrs. Daffodilly: Did you ever see a baboon Holding a balloon

Billy Daffodilly: Down by the bay

AllDown by the bay Where the watermelons grow Back to my home I dare not go For if I do My mother will say

Mrs. DaffodillyDid you ever see a whale With a polka-dot tail

Willy, Jilly and kids: Down by the Bay Down by the bay Where the watermelons grow Back to my home I dare not go For if I do My mother will say

Mrs. Daffodilly: Did you ever see a pig Wearing a wig

AllDown by the bay Where the watermelons grow Back to my home I dare not go For if I do My mother will say

Mrs. DaffodillyDid you ever see a goat Standing in a boat

All: Down by the bay

[bleating]

AllDown by the bay Where the watermelons grow Back to my home I dare not go For if I do My mother will say

Mrs. Daffodilly: Did you ever see a llama Wearing pajamas

All: Down by the bay Down by the bay Down by the bay

(song ends)

Billy Daffodilly: Well, I guess I better be going.

Silly Jilly: Us too.

All: Bye, Billy Daffodilly.

Silly Willy: So, it's off to town for us. Are you ready?

Kids: Yeah.

All: A-one and a-two and a bop-bam boo!!!!

(The teleports to downtown Silly Dilly Ville. Willy, Jilly & the Kids)

Silly Willy: Whoa! This is downtown Silly Dilly Ville where some of our funny friends live.

Silly Jilly: So let's go and meet them.

Silly Willy: Yeah.

(Starts playing Rig-a-Jig-Jig Silly Willy, Silly Jilly & The Kidsongs Kids walk to the silly people. and starts singing.)

All: Oh, rig-a-jig-jig and away we go, Away we go, away we go Rig-a-jig-jig and away we go, Heigh-ho, heigh-ho, heigh-ho

As I was walking down the street, Down the street, down the street, A girl who can twirl I chanced to meet Heigh-ho, heigh-ho, heigh-ho A-rig-a-jig-jig and away we go, Heigh-ho, heigh-ho, heigh-ho As I was walking down the street,
Down the street, down the street,
A man in a kilt Walking on stilts A girl who can twirl I chanced to meet
Heigh-ho, heigh-ho, heigh-ho
A-rig-a-jig-jig and away we go,
Heigh-ho, heigh-ho, heigh-ho

As I was walking down the street, Down the street, down the street, Twins who can dance, they came from France, A man in a kilt Walking on stilts A girl who can twirl and swirl and whirl I chanced to meet Heigh-ho, heigh-ho, heigh-ho A-rig-a-jig-jig and away we go, Heigh-ho, heigh-ho, heigh-ho

As I was walking down the street, Down the street, down the street, A boy with a boot Playing a lute Twins who can dance, they came from France, A man in a kilt Walking on stilts A girl who can twirl and swirl and whirl I chanced to meet Heigh-ho, heigh-ho, heigh-ho A-rig-a-jig-jig and away we go, Heigh-ho, heigh-ho, heigh-ho

As I was walking down the street, Down the street, down the street, A man who was old With a watch of gold A boy with a boot Playing a lute Twins who can dance, they came from France, A man in a kilt Walking on stilts A girl who can twirl and swirl and whirl I chanced to meet Heigh-ho, heigh-ho, heigh-ho A-rig-a-jig-jig and away we go, Away we go, away we go Rig-a-jig-jig and away we go, Heigh-ho, heigh-ho, heigh-ho. Heigh-ho, heigh-ho, heigh-ho. Heigh-ho...heigh...ho...Heigh...ho.

(The next scene Where Silly Jilly, Silly Willy, and the kids)

(song ends)

[Willy chuckles]

Silly Jilly: We do things a little differently here in Silly Dilly Ville. Take our mail system for example.

Silly Willy: Exactly. When we have a message to deliver we send the message... and the person.

All: What? Yes.

(Starts playing "I'm Gonna Mail Myself To You" and starts singing)

All: I'm gonna wrap myself in paper, I'm gonna dab myself with glue. Stick some stamps on top o' my head, I'm gonna mail myself to you.

I'm gonna tie me up in red string, I'm gonna tie blue ribbons, too. I'm gonna climb up in my mailbox, I'm gonna mail myself to you. I'm gonna wrap myself in paper,
I'm gonna dab myself with glue.
Stick some stamps on top o' my head,
I'm gonna mail myself to you.

When you see me in your mailbox,
Cut the strings and let me out!
Wash the glue off of my fingers;
Stick some bubblegum in my mouth.
Silly Willy: Bye.


All: I'm gonna wrap myself in paper, I'm gonna dab myself with glue. Stick some stamps on top o' my head, I'm gonna mail myself to you.

Take me out of my wrapping paper, Wash the stamps off of my head. Pour me full of ice cream sodas, Put me in my nice warm bed. I'm gonna wrap myself in paper,
I'm gonna dab myself with glue.
Stick some stamps on top o' my head,
I'm gonna mail myself to you.
I'm gonna mail myself to you.
I'm gonna mail myself...to...yo-o-o-u-u-u!

(song ends)

(Willy, Jilly, Professor Quackenbush & The Kidsongs Kids at the Waterfall)

Silly Jilly: Professor Quackenbush, I'd like you to meet our friends.

Professor Quackenbush: it's absolutely a pleasure.

Silly Willy: One day not too long ago, while on a nature walk, the most extraordinary thing happened to Professor Quackenbush.

Professor Quackenbush: Extraordinary, even for Silly Dilly Land.

Silly Willy: Yes.

Cara LeJeune: Please tell us.

Professor Quackenbush: Oh, but I've told the story of the Purple People--

Kids: The Purple People Eater. We know that one.

Miyoko Chilombo: Did it really happen to you?

Professor Quackenbush: Sure did.

(Starts playing Purple People Eater and starts singing)

Professor Quackenbush: Well, I saw the thing A comin' out of the sky It had a one long horn And a one big eye I commenced to shakin' And I said "Oohwee! It looks like a Purple People Eater to me!"

All: It was a one-eyed, one-horned Flyin' Purple People Eater

One-eyed, one-horned Flyin' Purple People Eater One-eyed, one-horned Flyin' Purple People Eater

Sure, it looked strange to me! (Spoken: One eye!)

Professor Quackenbush: Well, he came down to earth And he lit in a tree I said, "Mister Purple People Eater, Don't eat me" I heard him say In a voice so gruff,

Purple People Eater: I wouldn't eat you Cause you're so tough

AllIt was a one-eyed, one-horned Flyin' Purple People Eater One-eyed, one-horned Flyin' Purple People Eater Sure, it looked strange to me! (Spoken: One horn!)

Professor Quackenbush: I said, "Mister Purple People Eater, What's your line?" He said,

Purple People Eater: "It's eatin' purple people, And it sure is fine."

Professor Quackenbush: "What is the reason That you came to land?"

Purple People Eater: "I wanna get a job In a rock 'n roll band!"

All: Well, bless my soul, rock 'n roll Flyin' Purple People Eater Pigeon-toed, under-growed Flyin' Purple People Eater He wears short shorts A friendly little People Eater What a sight to see (Spoken: Oooohhh!)

Professor Quackenbush: And then he swung from the tree And he lit on the ground And he started to rock, A-really rockin' around! It was a crazy ditty With a swingin' tune, singin'

Purple People Eater: "Bop-bab-a-loop-a-lap A-loom-bam-boom!"

All: Well, bless my soul, rock 'n roll Flyin' Purple People Eater Pigeon-toed, under-growed Flyin' Purple People Eater

Purple People Eater: I like short shorts

All: A friendly little People Eater What a sight to see (Spoken: Purple people!)

Professor Quackenbush: Well, he went on his way And then what-a you know I saw him last night On a TV show He was blowin' it out, Really knockin' 'em dead Playin' rock 'n roll music Through the horn on his head

(Outro: Saxophone)

Purple People Eater: Boogie woogie!

(song ends)

(cheering & applause)

Miles Young: Thank you so much for the story, sir.

Professor Quackenbush: You're very welcome, kids. Have you met Farmer Phil yet?

Kids: Not yet!

Silly Jilly: Next stop, Farmer Phil's farm.

All: A-one and a-two and a bop-bam-boo!!!!

(The teleports to Famer Phil's farm)

Bre Seltzer: Wow! You have a lot of animals.

Farmer Phil: Yes I do.

(the bird whistles on the tree branch)

Miles Young: How come you have so many?

Farmer Phil: Well, I started out wanting a cat. Things got a little out of hand. Listen up, and I'll tell you all about it.

(Starts playing "Fiddle-I-Dee" and starts singing)

(Farmer Phil sings a song with Willy, Jilly and the Kids)

I bought me a cat
And the cat pleased me
I fed my cat
Under yonder tree
And the cat went fiddle-i-dee,
Fiddle-I-dee,
(Yee-haw)
And a-fiddle-i-dee

I bought me a hen
And the hen pleased me
I fed my cat
Under yonder tree
And the hen went clicky clucky And the cat went fiddle-i-dee,
Fiddle-I-dee,
(Yee-haw)
And a-fiddle-i-dee

I bought me a bird And the bird pleased me

I fed my bird Under yonder tree And the bird went flippy floppy And the hen went clicky clucky And the cat went fiddle-i-dee, Fiddle-I-dee, (Yee-haw) And a-fiddle-i-dee

I bought me a lizard
And the lizard pleased me
I fed my lizard
Under yonder tree
And the lizard went creepy crawly And the bird went flippy floppy And the hen went clicky clucky And the cat went fiddle-i-dee,
Fiddle-I-dee,
(Yee-haw)
And a-fiddle-i-dee

I bought me a owl And the owl pleased me I fed my owl Under yonder tree And the owl went whoo And the lizard went creepy crawly And the bird went flippy floppy And the hen went clicky clucky And the cat went fiddle-i-dee, Fiddle-I-dee, (Yee-haw) And a-fiddle-i-dee I bought me a pony
And the pony pleased me
I fed my pony
Under yonder tree
And the pony went neigh And the owl went whoo And the lizard went creepy crawly And the bird went flippy floppy And the hen went clicky clucky And the cat went fiddle-i-dee,
Fiddle-I-dee,
(Yee-haw)
And a-fiddle-i-dee

I bought me a monkey And the monkey pleased me I fed my monkey Under yonder tree And the monkey went boo And the pony went neigh And the owl went whoo And the lizard went creepy crawly And the bird went flippy floppy And the hen went clicky clucky And the cat went fiddle-i-dee, Fiddle-I-dee, (Yee-haw) And a-fiddle-i-dee I bought me a dog
And the dog pleased me
I fed my dog
Under yonder tree
And the dog went woof

(woof woof)

And the monkey went boo And the pony went neigh And the owl went whoo And the lizard went creepy crawly And the bird went flippy floppy And the hen went clicky clucky And the cat went fiddle-i-dee,Fiddle-I-dee, (Yee-haw) And a-fiddle-i-dee

And a-fiddle-i-dee

(song ends)

Silly Jilly: Thanks, Farmer Phil.

All: A one and a two and a bop-bam-boo!!!!

(The teleports to the box was where Jaws)

Ariki: What's that?

Silly Willy: Oh, that? Uh, that's a box.

Hillary: Well We can see that.

Silly Willy: Well, it's a very troublesome box. You don't want to mess with it.

Patty: What's in it?

Silly Willy: Believe me, you don't want to know

Jamie: Why not?

(Starts playing "The Thing")

Silly Willy: It's a very long story.

(Willy, Jilly & the Kids clapping together for a song and starts singing)

Silly Willy: While I was walkin' down the beach One bright and sunny day, I saw a great big wooden box A-floatin' in the bay. I pulled it in and opened it up And much to my surprise - Ooooh! I discovered a ****** Right before my eyes!

Together: (RPT last 2 lines of stanza)

(The man is holding a box. walking to a Junkman)

Silly Willy: I picked it up and ran to town As happy as a king. I took it to a guy I knew Who'd buy most anything. But this is what he hollered at me As I walked in his shop:

Junkman: "Oh, get out of here with that ****** before I call a cop!"

Together: (RPT last 2 lines of stanza)

(The man is walking to a lady)

Silly Willy: I turned around and got right out A-runnin' for my life; And then I took it home with me To give it to my wife. But this is what she hollered at me As I walked in the door...

A lady: "Oh, get out of here with that ****** and don't come back no more!"

Together: (RPT last 2 lines of stanza)

(The man is walking.)

Silly Willy: I wandered all around the town Until I chanced to meet Fred, the town policeman Who was walking on his beat. He wasn't scared of anything He was a big brave man, But when I showed him the ******, He turned around and ran!

Together: Oh! (RPT last 2 lines of stanza)

Silly Willy: I wandered on for many years, With my box in hand; I tried to give it away To anyone in the land. They'd open the lid and take a look And this is when they'd say:

Townsfolk: "Get out of here with that ****** 'n' take it far away!"

Together: Oh! (RPT the townsfolk's phrase once more)

Silly Willy: The moral of the story is: If you're out on the beach, And you should see a great big box And it's within your reach, Don't ever stop and open it up! That's my advice to you Cause, you'll never get rid of the ****** no matter what you do!

ALL: (RPT last 2 lines)

Ooooh, you'll never get rid of the ******, no ma-a-a-a-tter-r-r-r... wha-a-a-t you-ou... do-o-o-o-o-o-o!

(song ends)

Silly Jilly: There is another resident of Silly Dilly Ville that I think the kids would enjoy meeting.

Silly Willy: Are you thinking what I'm thinking?

Both: Jim Along Josie.

(Willy is giggling to join hands with Jilly and the kids.)

All: A one and a two and a bop-bam-boo!!!!

(The teleports to meet Jim Along Josie)

Ariki: He's Jim Along Josie?

(Starts playing Jim Along Josie)

Silly Willy: He sure is.

Man: And he can do just about anything you asked him to.

Both: Jim Along Joe's An orangutan Can you say it?

All: Yes we can! Jim Along Joe Has very long arms Jim Along Joe Has very big hands

Wave Jim Along Jim Along Josie Wave Jim Along Jim Along Joe

Swing Jim Along Jim Along Josie Swing Jim Along Jim Along Joe

Hide Jim Along Jim Along Josie Hide Jim Along Jim Along Joe

Roll Jim Along Jim Along Josie Roll Jim Along Jim Along Joe

Blow Jim Along Jim Along Josie Blow Jim Along Jim Along Joe

Clap Jim Along Jim Along Josie Clap Jim Along Jim Along Joe

Kiss Jim Along Jim Along Josie Kiss Jim Along Jim Along Joe

Nod Jim Along Jim Along Josie Nod Jim Along Jim Along Joe

Grin Jim Along Jim Along Josie Grin Jim Along Jim Along Joe

Drum Jim Along Jim Along Josie Drum Jim Along Jim Along Joe

Jim Along Joe's An orangutan Can you say it? Yes we can! Jim Along Joe Has very long arms Jim Along Joe Has very big hands

(song ends)

Silly Jilly: We still have more Silly Dilly-ites to meet. So wave goodbye to Jim.

Kids: Goodbye.

Silly Jilly: Goodbye, Jim.

All: A one and a two and a bop-bam-boo!!!!

(The teleports to the sailboats are.)

Silly Jilly: Well... I don't see him.

Silly Willy: Me either. But I'm sure he'll be wandering by here soon.

Teddy Lee: Who?

(Starts playing "Michael Finnegan")

Silly Willy & Silly Jilly: Michael Finnegan!

Hillary: What's so special about him?

(and starts singing)

All: There was an old man Named Michael Finnegan He had whiskers On his chin-ne-gan The wind blew them off And blew them on again Poor old Michael Finnegan, Begin Again

There was an old man Named Michael Finnegan He went fishing With a pinnegan Sat all day Reeled it in again Poor old Michael Finnegan, Begin Again

(laughing)

There was an old man Named Michael Finnegan He looked up and saw those twins again He turned 'round And there they were again Poor old Michael Finnegan, Begin Again

There was an old man Named Michael Finnegan Ate his dinner From a tin again Was so good He ate some more again Poor old Michael Finnegan, Begin Again

There was an old man Named Michael Finnegan He grew fat  Wanted to be thin again Went on a diet And got thin again Poor old Michael Finnegan, Begin Again

There was an old man  Named Michael Finnegan He was so clumsy Banged his shin again He shouted loud Oh what a din again! Poor old Michael Finnegan, Begin Again

[GRUNTING]


There was an old man Named Michael Finnegan Heard this song And began to sing again Hurt my ears So don't begin again And that's the end of  Michael Finnegan! And that's the end of  Michael Finnegan!

(song ends)

(clapping)

Silly Willy: Follow me, kids. We've got a surprise in store for you.

(Willy, Jilly, Michael Finnegan & the kids to hold hands.)

All: A one and a two and a bop-bam-boo!!!!

(The teleports to Fievel's Playland with the Willy, Jilly, and the Kidsongs Kids)

Silly Jilly: All day long, you've been meeting silly people and silly animals and singing silly songs. Well, now it's your turn to be silly.

All Kids: Our turn?

Hillary: What do we have to do?

Silly Willy: Dance!

All Kids: Dance!

(Starts playing "Do the Silly Willy")

Silly Willy:(rapping) I have my own dance. And it's named after me... And I'll teach it to you. In a one- two- three! It's called the Silly Willy. If you follow along, You'll be doin' it Before very long!

(Silly Willy is taking the colorful stripes coat off.)

(Willy and Jilly is dancing while some of the Kidsongs Kids, Billy Daffodilly, Wife, Junkman, Dancing Girls, Mrs. Daffodilly, Farmer Phil, The man on stilts wearing a kilt, Purple People Eater, the Man with the watch, Michael Finnegan & Professor Quackenbush. are doing the Silly Willy)

Silly Willy: (Singing) Snappin' your fingers Is the first thing to do

Kids and other adults: Snappin' your fingers Is the first thing to do

Silly Willy: And clappin' your hands Is number two

Kids and other adults: And clappin' your hands Is number two

All: Swing and sway and shake Hilly nilly

Now you're doin' the Silly Willy

Hey!

Silly Willy, Silly Willy

Silly Willy: Flap your elbows And wiggle your knees

Kids and other adults: Flap your elbows And wiggle your knees

Silly Willy: Turn around now And do the freeze

Kids and other adults: Turn around now And do the freeze

All: Kick your legs and shake Hilly nilly Now you're doin' the Silly Willy Hey! Silly Willy Let's put together What we've got Don't you know the Silly Willy Is so hot Come on now And join right in You're gonna want to do it Again and again Oh!

(The kidsongs kids cast)

Clap clap Do the Silly Willy Jump jump Do the Silly Willy Swing swing Do the Silly Willy Shake shake Do the Silly Willy Hey!

Silly Willy: Wasn't that fun Doin' what you just did

Kids and other adults: Wasn't that fun Doin' what you just did

Silly Willy: Isn't it great Just being a kid

Kids and other adults: Isn't it great Just being a kid

All: Boogie down low and shake Hilly nilly Now you're doin' the Silly Willy Hey! Silly Willy, Silly Willy Clap clap Do the Silly Willy! Jump jump Do the Silly Willy! Swing swing Do the Silly Willy! Shake shake Do the Silly Willy! Silly Willy, Silly Willy,

Male: Silly Willy

(song ends)

(captions The End)

(cheering and applause)

(The closing credits starts at Universal Studios Hollywood has sound effects in it. when the background music plays "Rig a Jig-Jig" where the Kidsongs Kids; Janessa, Andrea, Noah, Kaite, Portia, Garret, Miyoko, Jason, Bre, Cara, Miles & Ori. Attractions for the credits has sound effects. JAWS, Ice Tunnel, The Adventures of Conan, Earthquake the Big One, Park Lake Sequence, Flash Flood, King Kong, Walking all around in Moulin Rouge & Universal Studios Hollywood with Tram & the Copyright 1990)

All: As I was walking down the street, Down the street, down the street, Twins who can dance, they came from France, A man in a kilt Walking on stilts A girl who can twirl and swirl and whirl I chanced to meet Heigh-ho, heigh-ho, heigh-ho A-rig-a-jig-jig and away we go, Heigh-ho, heigh-ho, heigh-ho

As I was walking down the street, Down the street, down the street, A boy with a boot Playing a lute Twins who can dance, they came from France, A man in a kilt Walking on stilts A girl who can twirl and swirl and whirl I chanced to meet Heigh-ho, heigh-ho, heigh-ho A-rig-a-jig-jig and away we go, Heigh-ho, heigh-ho, heigh-ho

As I was walking down the street, Down the street, down the street, A man who was old With a watch of gold A boy with a boot Playing a lute Twins who can dance, they came from France, A man in a kilt Walking on stilts A girl who can twirl and swirl and whirl I chanced to meet Heigh-ho, heigh-ho, heigh-ho A-rig-a-jig-jig and away we go, Away we go, away we go Rig-a-jig-jig and away we go, Heigh-ho, heigh-ho, heigh-ho. Heigh-ho, heigh-ho, heigh-ho. Heigh-ho...heigh...ho...Heigh...ho.

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