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The VeggieTales Theme

Bob: If you like to talk to tomatoes
If you like to waltz with potatoes
Up and down the produce aisle...
Have we got a show for you!

All: VeggieTales, VeggieTales, VeggieTales, VeggieTales, VeggieTales, VeggieTales, VeggieTales, VeggieTales!

Bob: Broccoli! Celery! Gotta be

All: VeggieTales!

Junior: Lima beans! Collard greens! Peachy keen!

All: VeggieTales!

Larry: Cauliflower! Sweet and sour! Half and hour!

All: VeggieTales!

All: There's never-ever-ever-ever-ever been a show like VeggieTales!
There's never-ever-ever-ever-ever been a show like VeggieTales!
It's time for VeggieTales!


The Dance of the Cucumber

Narrator: And now it's time for Silly Songs with Larry; the part of the show where Larry comes out and signs a silly song. Larry will be performing the traditional Argentinean ballad, "The Dance of the Cucumber" in it's original Spanish. Bob the Tomato will translate.

Larry (Spanish) and Bob (English): Miren al pepino Watch the cucumber
Vean cómo se mueve See how he moves
Como un león Like a lion
Tras un ratón Chasing a mouse
Miren al pepino Watch the cucumber
Qué suaves movimientos Oh how smooth his motion Es como mantequilla Like butter
En un chango pelón On a bald monkey
Miren al pepino Watch the cucumber
Los vegetales All the vegetables
Envidan a su amigo Envy their friend
Como él quieren bailar Wishing to dance as he
Pepino bailarín Dancing cucumber
Pepino bailarín Dancing cucumber
Pepino bailarín Dancing cucumber
Baila Dance
Baila Dance
Ya Ya
Miren al tomate Look at the tomato
¿No es triste? Isn't it sad?
El no puede bailar He can't dance
Pobre tomate Poor tomato
El desearía poder bailar He wishes he could dance
Como el pepino Like the cucumber
Libre y suavemente Free and smooth
Pero él no puede {danzar}) But he can't!

Bob: Okay, stop the music!
What do you mean I can't dance?
I can dance!
What about Uncle Louie's polka party?
Didn't you see me dancing at Uncle Louie's polka party?

Larry: No comprendo.

Bob: "No comprendo?" I'll show you no comprendo!

Junior: Mom! Dad! Look over here! Get a picture of me next to the cucumber in authentic Argentinean garb!

Dad: Okay Junior, but we bettery hurry. I think the Dwarfs have your mother confused with someone else. Say peas!

Larry and Junior: Peeeas!

Larry (Spanish) and Bob (English):
Escuchen al pepino Listen to the cucumber
Oigan su voz fuerte Hear his strong voice
Como un león Like a lion
Listo a devorar About to eat
Escuchen al pepino Listen to the cucumber
Qúe dulce es su canto How sweet his voice
Que sopla su garganta The breath from his throat
Parece un trinar Is like a chorus of little birdies
Escuchen al pepino Listen to the cucumber
Los vegetales All the vegetables
Envidan a su amigo Envy their friend
Como él quieren cantar Wishing to sing as he
Pepino cantador Singing cucumber
Pepino cantador Singing cucumber
Pepino cantador Singing cucumber
Canta Sing
Canta Sing
Ya Yeah
Escuchen al tomate Listen to the tomato
¿No es triste? Isn't it sad?
El no puede cantar He can't sing
Pobre tomate Poor tomato
El desearía poder cantar He wish he could sing
Fuerte y dulce Strong and sweet
Como el pepino Like the cucumber
Pero él no puede But he can't
Ni siquiera dar un silbido He can't even whistle

Bob: All right, that's it! Señor...come over here and let me sing you a song!

Larry: ¡Adiós Amigos!

Narrator: This has been Silly Songs with Larry. Tune in next time to hear Larry sing,

Larry: Bob is really angry
I hope he doesn't catch me!
It's so hard to run with
This sombrero on my head!

 


Good Morning George

Laura: Good morning George, how are you?
I hope you're feeling fine!
I'd love to stay and talk,
But it's almost 8 o'clock
And I haven't go the time!
Because we work real hard at the chocolate factory!
We start at eight and we don't get lunch till three!
I goot drive a truck
To make a buck,
So I can send it home to my family!

Mr. Lunt: Well, now you are in trouble!
Your timecard is a wreck!
It's almost two past eight,
I'll tell Nezzer that you're late
Ande he'll take it from your check!

Laura: Yes, Mr. Lunt.

Mr. Lunt: Oh yes! We work real hard at the chocolate factory!

Worker #1: Excuse me, Mr. Lunt, but I've got an injury!

Mr. Lunt: Now get back on the line!
You'll be just fine!
With all this work to do
We've got no time for sympathy!

Larry: We used to be so happy!

Bob: We used to laugh and run!

Junior: Now there's no time to play
'Cuz we gotta work all day
And it isn't very fun!

Bob: I'm Rack,

Junior: I'm Shack,

Larry: I'm Benny!

All three: We work here in the plant.
We'd like to take a break
For goodness sake
But Mr. Nezzer says...

Mr. Lunt: You can't!! Ha!

Everyone: We all need a vacation!
Our schedule is severe!
We're getting very tired,
But stopping gets us fired,
So we'll have to stay right here!
Because we work real hard at the chocolate factory!
We start at eight and we don't get lunch till three!
We work the whole week through
To make a buck or two,
So we can send them home to our families!
Someday they'll come and join us!
We hope that day is near,
Until then you'll find us here
At the Nezzer Chocolate Factory!


Think of Me

 

Mom: Think of me everyday.
Hold tight to what I say,
And I'll be close to you--
Even from far away.
Know that wherever you are
It is never too far
If you think of me,
I'll be with you.

Junior: Know that wherever you are
It is never too far
If you think of me,
I'll be with you.
Think of me everyday.
Hold tight to what I say,
And I'll be close to you--
Even from far away.

Junior, Bob, and Larry:
Know that wherever you are
It is never too far
If you think of me,
I'll be with you.


The Bunny Song (Reprise)

Nezzer: I've tried to be patient.
I've tried to be kind.
Can you tell me what the trouble is?
Am I losing my mind?
Now, I didn't ask for much...
Just one simple, little thing.
Didn't ask ya' to part the waters;
I just wanted to hear ya' sing!
I gave ya' hats!
I gave ya' ties!
I letcha' eat my bunnies!
And this is how you repay me?
C'mon boys! D'ya think that's funny?!?
Well, now at last, your fate is sealed!
You're payin' for your crime!
But to show you what kind of guy I am,
I'll ask you one more time...
Will you or will you not sing the song?


The New Improved Bunny Song

Bob: Now kids, we're going to sing along with one of my favourite songs--The Bunny Song.

Jean-Claude: Monsier Bob, we're not supposed to sing the Bunny Song.

Bob: Oh! Thank you for pointing that out, Jean-Claude. But this is the New and Improved Bunny Song. This is the one we're supposed to sing.

Jean-Claude: I see.

Mr. Nezzer: The bunny.
The bunny.
Whoa! I ate the bunny!
I didn't eat my soup or my bread,
Just the bunny!
The bunny.
The bunny.
Oh! I loved the bunny!
But now I feel sick in the head
From the bunny!
I didn't eat my salad;
I didn't eat my steak!
I had too much candy!
Got a tummy ache!
I need to eat good food
To help me to grow.
I'll obey my momma
'Cuz she loves me so!
Ya, I'll go to church,
And I'll go to school.
That stuff is important,
And I ain't no fool!!

Girls: I don't want no pickles; I don't want no honey!
I just want a plate and a fork and a bunny!
I don't want a tissue when my nose is runny;
I just want a plate and a fork and a bunny!
I don't wanna' tell ya' a joke that is funny;
I just want a plate and a fork and a bunny!
I don't wanna' play on a day that is sunny;
I just want a plate and a fork and a bunny!
(girls repeat under Mr. Nezzer)

Mr. Nezzer: The bunny.
The bunny.
Whoa! I ate the bunny!
I didn't eat my soup or my bread,
Just the bunny!
The bunny.
The bunny.
Oh! I loved the bunny!
But now I feel sick in the head
From the bunny!


Stand

Junior: My mommy always told me to do what's right!
To wash behind my ears and try to be polite.
Ya' see, she loves me so!

Mr. Nezzer: That's beautiful!

Junior: That's why she tells me what I need to know!

Mr. Nezzer: I've got a lotta' respect for that woman!

Junior: But sometimes when I'm playin' with a buddy or two,
They're doin' things I know I"m not supposed to do!

Mr. Nezzer: Well, do ya' go along?
Even though the things they do are wrong?

Junior: Mmm, mmm!
I remember...Stand!

Backup Boys: Stand up! Stand up!

Junior: For what you believe in, believe in, believe in--God!

Backup Boys: He's the one to back you up!

Junior: Will stand with you!

Bob: When everybody tells ya' that ya' gotta be cool--
Remember what you learned in church and Sunday School!
Just check it out!
The Bible tells us what it's all about!

Mr. Nezzer: Oh, ya' know that's right!

Larry: So if you have a question, go ask your dad!
And he can tell you if a thing is good or bad!
You'll make their day
If you remember what your parents say!

Mr. Nezzer: Wha'd they say?

Bob, Larry, and Junior: They told us...Stand!

Backup Boys: Stand up! Stand up!

Bob, Larry, and Junior: For what you believe in, believe in, believe in--God!

Backup Boys: He's the one to back you up!

Bob, Larry, and Junior: Will stand with you!

All: Stand!

Backup Boys: Stand up! Stand up!

All: For what you believe in, believe in, believe in--God!

Backup Boys: He's the one to back you up!

All: Will stand with you!

Junior: He'll stand with you! Oh, yeah!


Stand (Reprise)

This is just instrumental music.


I Love My Lips

Narrator: And now it's time for Silly Songs With Larry. The part of the show where Larry comes out and sings a silly song. One day, while talking with Dr. Archibald, Larry confronts one of his deepest fears...

Larry: If my lips ever left my mouth,
Packed a bag and head south
That'd be too bad.
I'd be so sad.

Dr. Archibald: I see...that'd be too bad.
You'd be so sad...

Larry: ...that'd be too bad!
If my lips said "¡Adiós!
I don't like you; I think you're gross!"
That'd be too bad.
I might get mad.

Dr. Archibald: Hmm...that'd be too bad.
You might get mad...

Larry: ...that'd be too bad!
If my lips moved to Duluth,
Left a mess and took my tooth
That'd be too bad.
I'd call my dad.

Dr. Archibald: Oh, dear! That'd be too bad.
You'd call your dad...

Larry: ...that'd be too bad!

Dr. Archibald: Hold it! Did you say your father?
Fascinating...So what you're saying is,
If your lips left you...

Larry: That'd be too bad.
I'd be so sad!
I might get mad.
I'd call my dad!
That'd be too bad.

Dr. Archibald: ...that'd be too bad?

Larry: ...that'd be too bad!

Dr. Archibald: Why?

Larry: 'Cuz I love my lips!
boodle de boop bop......

Dr. Archibald: Oh my...This is more serious than I thought.
Larry what do you see here?

Larry: Ummm...that looks like a lip.

Dr. Archibald: What about this?

Larry: It's a lip.

Dr. Archibald: And this?

Larry: It's a lip; It's a lip;
It's a lip, lip, lip!
It's a lip; It's a lip;
It's a lip, lip, lip!
It's a lip; It's a lip;
It's a lip, lip, lip!
Liiiiiiiiips!
Lip, lip, lip!

Dr. Archibald: Larry...Tell me about your childhood.

Larry: When I was just two years old.
I left my lips out in the cold
And they turned blue!
What could I do?

Dr. Archibald: They turned blue...
What could you do?...

Larry: Oh, they turned blue!
On the day I got my tooth,
I had to kiss my great Aunt Ruth.
She had a beard;
And it felt weird!

Dr. Archibald: My, my! She had a beard;
And it felt weird?

Larry: ...she had a beard!
Ten days after I turned eight,
Got my lips stuck in a gate,
My friends all laughted...
...and I just stood there until
the Fire Department came and broke
the lock with a crowbar and I had to spend
the next six weeks in lip rehab with this
kid named Oscar who got stung by a bee
right on the lip and we couldn't even
talk to each other until the fifth week
'cuz both of our lips were so swollen and
when he did start speaking he just spoke
Polish and I only knew like three words
in Polish except now I know four because
Oscar taught me the word for lip, "osta."

Dr. Archibald: Your friends all laughted...
..."osta"...how do you spell that?

Larry: I don't know.

Dr. Archibald: So what you're saying,
Is that when you were young...

Larry: They turned blue!
What could I do?
She had a beard and it felt weird!
My friends all laughed...
'Osta!'

Dr. Archibald: I'm confused.

Larry: I love my lips!
boodle de boop bop.....

Dr. Archibald: Larry...Larry...

Narrator: This has been Silly Songs with Larry.
Tune in next time to hear Larry say...

Larry: Have I ever told you how I feel about my nose?

Dr. Archibald: Oh, look at the time!


Big Things Too

Junior: They're big...I'm little. They go. I twiddle. Why can't little guys do big things too?

Archibald: You're not going to sing, are you? Couldn't you just play your harp and I'll through things at you? Oh.

Junior: You're big...I'm little.
My head only comes to your middle...
But I say little guys can do big things too!

Archibald: Yes, but...Goliath! He's...

Junior: He's big...But God's bigger!
And when I think of Him that's when I figure
With His help little guys can do big things, too!

Archibald: Oh. I see what you're saying!
Alright, I understand...now let's suppose that this is true.
You still look rather wimpy, but I know what we can do!
Just step behind this curtain, it will only take a minute.
There's a closet in the corner and you'll like what I've got in it.
You'll find my royal armor ther, don't dally, put it on!
Yes, now you'll look much bigger when the battle lines are drawn!
One more thing you'll need, I think - pick up my royal sword.
It's a big one, and a beauty! The best we could afford!
Once you've got it all together, I think you will agree.
You're bound to do much better if you try to look like me!
Oh dear.

Junior: Ya' know, I think maybe I should just be plain old me.

Archibald: Oh...yes. Well...I suppose...But have you seen Goliath? Why, he's...he's just...he's...

Junior: He's big.
But God's bigger!
And when I think of him, that's what I figure...

Archibald: With His help little guys can do big things?

Junior: With His help I know I can do big things!

Both: With His help little guys can do big things, too!!

Archibald: Alright...If you're sure you know what you're getting into. Oh dear.