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1 00:00:08,566 --> 00:00:10,167 [knocking]

2 00:00:10,233 --> 00:00:13,736 Hary Belafonte, 30 seconds to curtain, Mr. Belafonte.

3 00:00:13,800 --> 00:00:15,301 Thank you, Scooter.

4 00:00:15,366 --> 00:00:17,534 Say, is evemhing all right?

5 00:00:17,600 --> 00:00:19,134 Oh, yeah, evemhing's OK.

6 00:00:19,199 --> 00:00:22,836 Except l haven't done the show yet and somebody started to put me down.

7 00:00:22,899 --> 00:00:24,501 No! What do you mean?

8 00:00:24,566 --> 00:00:27,435 Just now l heard somebody outside my door say,

9 00:00:27,500 --> 00:00:29,535 Don't go inside that dressing room.

10 00:00:29,600 --> 00:00:31,234 Crazy Hary's in there.

11 00:00:31,300 --> 00:00:33,268 [chuckles] They didn't mean you.

12 00:00:33,333 --> 00:00:35,334 You see, Crazy Hary's a...

13 00:00:35,399 --> 00:00:37,168 Crazy Hary!

14 00:00:37,233 --> 00:00:40,769 [cackling]

15 00:00:42,600 --> 00:00:44,034 [drum roll]

16 00:00:44,100 --> 00:00:45,334 It's The Muppet Show

17 00:00:45,399 --> 00:00:48,569 with our vey special guest star, Hary Belafonte!

18 00:00:48,633 --> 00:00:49,867 Yay!

19 00:01:03,433 --> 00:01:05,201

  1. It's time to play the music

20 00:01:05,266 --> 00:01:07,201

  1. It's time to light the light

21 00:01:07,266 --> 00:01:10,469

  1. It's time to meet the Muppets

on The Muppet Show tonight

22 00:01:11,433 --> 00:01:13,601

  1. It's time to put on makeup

23 00:01:13,666 --> 00:01:15,534

  1. It's time to dress up right

24 00:01:15,599 --> 00:01:17,501

  1. It's time to get things started

25 00:01:17,566 --> 00:01:19,834

  1. Why don't you get things started

26 00:01:20,766 --> 00:01:22,567 l've seen enough. Let's leave.

27 00:01:24,033 --> 00:01:25,968

  1. It's time to get things started

28 00:01:26,033 --> 00:01:30,504

  1. On the most sensational, inspirational

Celebrational, Muppetational

29 00:01:30,566 --> 00:01:36,271

  1. This is what we call

The Muppet Show #

30 00:01:38,433 --> 00:01:40,902 [buzzing]

31 00:01:44,799 --> 00:01:46,201 [applause]

32 00:01:46,266 --> 00:01:48,968 Uh... Thank you, thank you.

33 00:01:49,033 --> 00:01:53,203 - Fozzie, this is not going to work. - [Fozzie] Just read off the page, frog.

34 00:01:54,799 --> 00:01:55,967 Um...

35 00:01:56,033 --> 00:01:57,734 Leggies and genglefins...

36 00:01:57,799 --> 00:01:59,268 Leggies and genglefins?

37 00:01:59,333 --> 00:02:01,468 - Let's see. - Leggies and genglefins.

38 00:02:02,500 --> 00:02:04,869 All right. So my typing is bad.

39 00:02:07,633 --> 00:02:09,334 Leggies and genglefins,

40 00:02:09,400 --> 00:02:11,935 welcun again tie the Mupple Shocks.

41 00:02:12,699 --> 00:02:15,069 Uh... My name is Kermit the Forg.

42 00:02:15,133 --> 00:02:16,767 The Forg?

43 00:02:17,900 --> 00:02:20,502 [Fozzie] Come on, pick up the pace. Here we go.

44 00:02:20,566 --> 00:02:24,603 And our spegial guest stap is the amazing Hapy Bela...

45 00:02:24,666 --> 00:02:26,634 That's Hary Belafonte, folks.

46 00:02:27,366 --> 00:02:29,601 Kermit, your timing must be off.

47 00:02:29,666 --> 00:02:32,301 You should be getting big laughs with that stuff.

48 00:02:32,366 --> 00:02:34,067 [both screaming]

49 00:02:35,466 --> 00:02:38,101 Ladies and gentlemen, Mr. Hary Belafonte!

50 00:02:41,066 --> 00:02:43,067 [# Banana Boat Song]

51 00:02:43,199 --> 00:02:45,502

  1. Day-oh

52 00:02:46,266 --> 00:02:48,067

  1. Day-oh

53 00:02:49,500 --> 00:02:53,337

  1. Daylight come and me wanna go home

54 00:02:54,133 --> 00:02:55,834

  1. Day

55 00:02:55,900 --> 00:03:00,971

  1. Me say day, me say day, me say day

me say day, me say day-ay-oh

56 00:03:02,000 --> 00:03:07,205

  1. Daylight come and me wanna go home

57 00:03:08,199 --> 00:03:10,669 That was beautiful.

58 00:03:11,433 --> 00:03:13,902 Thank you vey much, but l'm not finished yet.

59 00:03:13,966 --> 00:03:16,301 Yeah, but boy, that was terrific.

60 00:03:16,366 --> 00:03:20,103 l bet you must have sang that song a bunch of times on TV, huh?

61 00:03:20,166 --> 00:03:22,902 No, no, as a matter of fact, this is the first time.

62 00:03:23,966 --> 00:03:27,669 This here on rhe Muppet Show is the vey first time you sang this...

63 00:03:27,733 --> 00:03:30,435 Vey first time. It's vey special to me.

64 00:03:30,500 --> 00:03:32,268 You bet it is, and to us, too.

65 00:03:32,333 --> 00:03:35,436 l'll tell you what. We're gonna do it up really perFect.

66 00:03:35,500 --> 00:03:37,301 Hey, pigs. Pigs, come on in.

67 00:03:37,933 --> 00:03:39,901 This is your pig chorus.

68 00:03:39,966 --> 00:03:44,003 l'll take care of evemhing else. Don't wory. This is gonna be great.

69 00:03:44,966 --> 00:03:47,001 Are you sure?

70 00:03:47,066 --> 00:03:48,200 Trust me.

71 00:03:51,333 --> 00:03:54,836

  1. Work all night on a drink of rum

72 00:03:54,900 --> 00:03:58,370

  1. Daylight come and me wanna go home

73 00:03:58,433 --> 00:04:02,303

  1. Stack banana till the morning come

74 00:04:02,366 --> 00:04:06,203

  1. Daylight come and me wanna go home

75 00:04:06,266 --> 00:04:10,436

  1. Come mister tally man,

tally me banana

76 00:04:10,500 --> 00:04:14,136

  1. Daylight come and me wanna go home

77 00:04:14,199 --> 00:04:16,435 - # Come - Excuse me. l'm sory. Excuse me.

78 00:04:16,500 --> 00:04:18,902 Uh, what is a tally man?

79 00:04:20,266 --> 00:04:22,001 - What is what? - A tally man.

80 00:04:22,066 --> 00:04:24,001 You sang tally man. What's that?

81 00:04:24,066 --> 00:04:25,700 Well... well, he's the boss.

82 00:04:25,766 --> 00:04:29,503 The tally man is the guy who counts the bananas as they go into the ship.

83 00:04:29,566 --> 00:04:32,535 Without him there's no work. He's a vey important man.

84 00:04:32,600 --> 00:04:35,069 Ahh! Could l be a tally man?

85 00:04:35,133 --> 00:04:37,168 - Sure. - Oh, yeah? Well, terrific.

86 00:04:38,066 --> 00:04:42,470 OK, here l am, the tally man, or the tally bear. Ahh!

87 00:04:42,533 --> 00:04:47,537 OK, we got the tally bear, the boat, the chorus with the pigs and the parrot.

88 00:04:47,600 --> 00:04:50,069 Uh, OK, keep singing. This is gonna be great.

89 00:04:50,133 --> 00:04:51,701 You sure we have evemhing?

90 00:04:51,766 --> 00:04:53,534 - Sure. - How about the bananas?

91 00:04:53,600 --> 00:04:56,402 - The what? - Bananas. We need bananas.

92 00:04:56,466 --> 00:04:59,168 lt's the Banana Boat Song. We have to have bananas.

93 00:05:00,100 --> 00:05:01,468 Good thinking.

94 00:05:01,533 --> 00:05:03,902 l got iust the man. Beauregard.

95 00:05:03,966 --> 00:05:05,467 - Yes? - Come here.

96 00:05:05,533 --> 00:05:08,235 You got a job. Get bananas for this song.

97 00:05:08,300 --> 00:05:09,868 - OK. - OK.

98 00:05:09,933 --> 00:05:12,201 Go ahead. This is just gonna be great.

99 00:05:12,266 --> 00:05:13,767 He's gonna get the bananas?

100 00:05:13,833 --> 00:05:17,269 He's gonna get the bananas and the song's gonna be wonderFul.

101 00:05:17,333 --> 00:05:18,901 Are you sure?

102 00:05:18,966 --> 00:05:20,200 Trust me.

103 00:05:21,133 --> 00:05:22,868 lt's what you said the last time.

104 00:05:26,100 --> 00:05:30,103

  1. Come mister tally man,

tally me banana

105 00:05:30,166 --> 00:05:33,702

  1. Daylight come and me wanna go home

106 00:05:33,766 --> 00:05:35,601

  1. Come mister tally man,

tally me banana

107 00:05:35,666 --> 00:05:38,435 l never told you onions. Get bananas.

108 00:05:38,500 --> 00:05:41,069

  1. Daylight come and me wanna go home

109 00:05:41,133 --> 00:05:45,270

  1. Lift six and seven

and eight and bunch

110 00:05:45,333 --> 00:05:49,170

  1. Daylight come and me wanna go home

111 00:05:49,233 --> 00:05:52,536 - # Six and seven and eight and bunch - l don't know what those are.

112 00:05:52,600 --> 00:05:56,570 - Bananas. They're yellow. - # Daylight come and me wanna go home

113 00:05:56,633 --> 00:05:58,167 - Keep singing. - # Day

114 00:05:58,233 --> 00:06:00,201

  1. Me say day-oh

115 00:06:00,866 --> 00:06:04,636

  1. Daylight come and me wanna go home

116 00:06:04,699 --> 00:06:08,236

  1. Day

Me say day-oh

117 00:06:08,300 --> 00:06:12,937 - # Daylight come and me wanna go home - Stop that.

118 00:06:13,000 --> 00:06:15,936 - They're pineapples. - # A beautiful bunch of ripe banana

119 00:06:16,000 --> 00:06:19,770 - Don't you know what bananas are? - # Daylight come and me wanna go home

120 00:06:19,833 --> 00:06:23,369 - Don't you understand? - # Hide the deadly black tarantula

121 00:06:23,433 --> 00:06:27,036

  1. Daylight come and me wanna go home

122 00:06:27,100 --> 00:06:30,336 No, no, no. l don't work with the deadly tarantula.

123 00:06:30,399 --> 00:06:32,401 - l do all my own... - Fellas, please.

124 00:06:32,466 --> 00:06:35,335 Wait, wait, wait. Fellas, please.

125 00:06:35,399 --> 00:06:38,436 Oh, come on. Wait a minute, please.

126 00:06:38,500 --> 00:06:40,635 Don't wory about the tarantula.

127 00:06:40,699 --> 00:06:43,335 Don't wory about the pineapples and the onions.

128 00:06:43,399 --> 00:06:47,437 This is the first time l'm doing this song on TV and l'd like to get it right.

129 00:06:47,500 --> 00:06:50,269 l'd like it to look good for all the people.

130 00:06:50,333 --> 00:06:52,702 Help me out. Let's pull together, OK?

131 00:06:52,766 --> 00:06:54,634 OK, right, yeah.

132 00:06:54,699 --> 00:06:56,368 Eveybody ready, OK?

133 00:06:56,433 --> 00:06:58,568 Just watch me, OK? It'll work.

134 00:06:58,633 --> 00:07:00,334 You really think it'll work?

135 00:07:01,266 --> 00:07:02,400 Trust me.

136 00:07:05,566 --> 00:07:09,303

  1. l lift six and seven

and eight and bunch

137 00:07:09,366 --> 00:07:13,303

  1. Daylight come and me wanna go home

138 00:07:13,366 --> 00:07:16,769

  1. Six and seven and eight and bunch

139 00:07:16,833 --> 00:07:20,803

  1. Daylight come and me wanna go home

140 00:07:20,866 --> 00:07:24,636

  1. Come, mister tally man,

tally me banana

141 00:07:24,699 --> 00:07:28,070

  1. Daylight come and me wanna go home

142 00:07:28,133 --> 00:07:32,170

  1. Come, mister tally man

and tally me banana

143 00:07:32,233 --> 00:07:37,237

  1. Daylight come and me wanna go home

144 00:07:39,633 --> 00:07:41,668

  1. Day-oh

145 00:07:41,733 --> 00:07:44,335

  1. Day-oh

146 00:07:44,399 --> 00:07:46,135

  1. Day-ay-ay-oh

147 00:07:46,199 --> 00:07:49,469

  1. Day-ay-ay-oh

148 00:07:49,533 --> 00:07:52,836

  1. Daylight come and me wanna go home

149 00:07:52,899 --> 00:07:56,803

  1. Daylight come and me wanna go home

150 00:07:56,866 --> 00:07:57,933

  1. Day

151 00:07:58,000 --> 00:07:59,101

  1. Day

152 00:08:02,633 --> 00:08:04,234 Once again, please.

  1. Day

153 00:08:04,300 --> 00:08:05,634

  1. Day

154 00:08:07,800 --> 00:08:10,536 - Can we do it all together? - Yes, sir, l'm sory.

155 00:08:11,266 --> 00:08:12,333 Here we go.

156 00:08:12,399 --> 00:08:13,901 - # Day - # Day

157 00:08:15,800 --> 00:08:17,067 All right.

158 00:08:17,133 --> 00:08:21,737

  1. Me say day, me say day, me say day

me say day, me say day-ay-ay-oh

159 00:08:22,800 --> 00:08:24,701

  1. Me say day, me say day, me say day...

160 00:08:24,766 --> 00:08:27,034 - How many is that? - Seven of 'em, l think.

161 00:08:27,100 --> 00:08:28,534

  1. Me say day-oh

162 00:08:28,600 --> 00:08:30,635 [grunts]

163 00:08:31,333 --> 00:08:37,072

  1. Daylight come

and me wanna go home #

164 00:08:51,366 --> 00:08:54,035 That Banana Boat's a wonderFul number.

165 00:08:54,100 --> 00:08:56,135 Yeah, and look what they did to it.

166 00:08:56,866 --> 00:08:58,634 l have a good mind to go home.

167 00:08:58,700 --> 00:09:01,803 lf you had a good mind you wouldn't be here in the first place.

168 00:09:01,866 --> 00:09:02,933 [laughing]

169 00:09:03,666 --> 00:09:07,002 - OK, nice number, nice number. - We got breaMast in the kitchen.

170 00:09:07,066 --> 00:09:10,335 Hey, Kermit, l always thought these was peaches.

171 00:09:10,399 --> 00:09:11,534 Oh, boy.

172 00:09:11,600 --> 00:09:13,134 Hey, watch out, Kermit.

173 00:09:13,200 --> 00:09:15,268 Beauregard, watch out. Let's see.

174 00:09:15,333 --> 00:09:16,701 Where was l here?

175 00:09:16,766 --> 00:09:19,668 Rowlf and Lew Zeeland on stage for the musical moment.

176 00:09:19,733 --> 00:09:22,635 - That's it, the musical moment. - [typing]

177 00:09:22,700 --> 00:09:25,936 Fozzie, what are you doing with this typewriter on my table?

178 00:09:26,000 --> 00:09:29,103 Kermit, l am writing the script for this week's show.

179 00:09:29,166 --> 00:09:31,902 But what makes you think the show needs a script?

180 00:09:31,966 --> 00:09:34,001 Oh, Kermit, come on.

181 00:09:34,066 --> 00:09:36,067 Evey show has a script.

182 00:09:36,133 --> 00:09:38,502 Yeah, that way you leave nothing to chance.

183 00:09:38,566 --> 00:09:40,668 Hey, guys, guys, hey, hey, hey.

184 00:09:40,733 --> 00:09:43,235 Here is the musical moment for this week.

185 00:09:43,299 --> 00:09:45,402 Uh... Curtains open.

186 00:09:45,466 --> 00:09:48,302 Lew Zeeland and Rowlf do something funny.

187 00:09:48,366 --> 00:09:50,000 Curtains close.

188 00:09:53,899 --> 00:09:55,334 Go get 'em!

189 00:09:56,500 --> 00:09:58,902 You leave nothing to chance, huh?

190 00:09:58,966 --> 00:10:00,534 Trust me.

191 00:10:01,833 --> 00:10:06,671 - Do you know rea for rwo? - rea for rwo? l know it bac_ards.

192 00:10:06,733 --> 00:10:09,602 Oh, good, 'cause that's the way we want to hear it.

193 00:10:09,666 --> 00:10:12,068 Good, 'cause that's the way l'm gonna sing it.

194 00:10:13,966 --> 00:10:15,701

  1. Owt rofaet

195 00:10:15,766 --> 00:10:17,634

  1. And aet rofom

196 00:10:17,700 --> 00:10:19,468

  1. Uoy rof em

197 00:10:19,533 --> 00:10:21,635

  1. And em rof uoy

198 00:10:21,700 --> 00:10:23,134

  1. Ees uoy tnac

199 00:10:23,200 --> 00:10:25,936

  1. Eewepaah wow

Read eeb #

200 00:10:29,566 --> 00:10:31,734 Much vey you thank.

201 00:10:31,799 --> 00:10:33,601 Mine was pleasure the.

202 00:10:35,266 --> 00:10:40,871 [announcer] Wow time once again for Pigs in Space.

203 00:10:45,466 --> 00:10:49,469 - What's old stupid doing? - l'm not doing a thing.

204 00:10:50,566 --> 00:10:53,602 Well, he answers when called.

205 00:10:53,666 --> 00:10:58,370 [clears throat] Not you, stupid, dear, the stupid on the end.

206 00:10:58,433 --> 00:11:02,570 Oh, yes, l'm perFecting my dissolve-atron.

207 00:11:02,633 --> 00:11:04,701 Ooh, what is that?

208 00:11:04,766 --> 00:11:07,034 - What does it do? - It does this.

209 00:11:07,100 --> 00:11:09,035 [buzzing]

210 00:11:12,866 --> 00:11:17,070 [chuckling] And it does this.

211 00:11:18,333 --> 00:11:19,834 [buzzing]

212 00:11:21,866 --> 00:11:23,167 Oh, what?

213 00:11:24,233 --> 00:11:25,701 Hey, you!

214 00:11:25,766 --> 00:11:27,601 What a wonderFul trick.

215 00:11:27,666 --> 00:11:29,501 Do that again.

216 00:11:30,533 --> 00:11:32,334 - Hm? - Ahh.

217 00:11:32,399 --> 00:11:33,834 lt's vey simple, Link.

218 00:11:33,899 --> 00:11:38,204 You see, this ray dissolves anything l point it at.

219 00:11:38,266 --> 00:11:40,434 - [buzzing] - Watch it!

220 00:11:44,166 --> 00:11:47,569 There. And then it will undissolve you this way.

221 00:11:50,866 --> 00:11:52,200 And there you are.

222 00:11:52,266 --> 00:11:54,601 [Link's voice] Exactly as we were before.

223 00:11:56,366 --> 00:11:59,769 [Piggy's voice] Uh, maybe not exactly.

224 00:12:01,333 --> 00:12:04,969 This is terrible. l can't live my life being you.

225 00:12:05,033 --> 00:12:07,735 Ha! You think you got troubles!

226 00:12:07,799 --> 00:12:12,104 Well, of course, l am kind of cute this way.

227 00:12:12,166 --> 00:12:15,869 Hey, watch it, watch it. Don't you dare touch you!

228 00:12:17,133 --> 00:12:21,270 - Strangepork, this is all your fault. - What do you have to say for yourself?

229 00:12:21,333 --> 00:12:23,702 [Janice's voice] Ew. This is a bummer.

230 00:12:23,766 --> 00:12:25,100 l mean, really.

231 00:12:25,166 --> 00:12:29,103 [Strangepork's voice] Something has gone wrong with my dissolve-aton.

232 00:12:29,166 --> 00:12:31,735 This is not my scene.

233 00:12:31,799 --> 00:12:35,837 Oh, Kermie. Kermie! Help! Where are you, Kermie?

234 00:12:35,899 --> 00:12:38,736 [Swedish CheFs voice]

235 00:12:40,266 --> 00:12:42,501 - Kermie! - [Kermit's voice] That does it.

236 00:12:42,566 --> 00:12:45,068 The sketch is cancelled. Kill the lights.

237 00:12:45,133 --> 00:12:47,835 Strike the sceney. Curtain!

238 00:12:52,133 --> 00:12:54,468 [playing bluesy music]

239 00:13:21,899 --> 00:13:24,202 [buzzing]

240 00:13:58,966 --> 00:14:00,534 [buzzing echoing]

241 00:14:18,299 --> 00:14:21,036 - [horn muted] - [buzzing continues]

242 00:14:47,466 --> 00:14:48,667 [spitting]

243 00:14:53,600 --> 00:14:56,970 [applause]

244 00:15:25,100 --> 00:15:27,101 Ha, ha, ha!

245 00:15:41,266 --> 00:15:42,367 Ha!

246 00:15:54,966 --> 00:15:56,500 [screaming]

247 00:16:26,766 --> 00:16:28,701 [screaming]

248 00:17:00,000 --> 00:17:01,334 Oh, no.

249 00:17:01,399 --> 00:17:03,068 Oh, no!

250 00:17:03,133 --> 00:17:05,902 Oh! This is so embarrassing.

251 00:17:06,500 --> 00:17:07,834 [straining]

252 00:17:11,166 --> 00:17:13,868 l wonder if this ever happened to Neil Simon.

253 00:17:13,933 --> 00:17:15,834 - Oh, boy. - Hey, Fozzie.

254 00:17:15,900 --> 00:17:17,801 Oh! Hi. Hi, Rowlf.

255 00:17:17,866 --> 00:17:20,201 - How's it going? - Oh, well, gosh, l...

256 00:17:20,266 --> 00:17:22,768 l, uh... l, uh...

257 00:17:22,833 --> 00:17:24,467 - Um... - You're stuck, huh?

258 00:17:25,500 --> 00:17:27,001 - Yeah. - Well.

259 00:17:27,066 --> 00:17:29,168 Listen, it happens to all writers.

260 00:17:29,233 --> 00:17:30,701 - This does? - Sure.

261 00:17:30,766 --> 00:17:33,168 lt's what's called writer's block.

262 00:17:33,233 --> 00:17:35,134 Oh! Oh, oh, oh, yeah.

263 00:17:35,200 --> 00:17:37,468 Where you can't come up with the next line.

264 00:17:37,533 --> 00:17:40,469 Yes, l can't come up with the next line.

265 00:17:40,533 --> 00:17:42,067 Maybe l can help.

266 00:17:42,133 --> 00:17:44,969 - Let me see what you last wrote here. - [screaming]

267 00:17:48,400 --> 00:17:49,868 Hello, sports fans.

268 00:17:49,933 --> 00:17:54,904 Lewis Kazagger bringing you the wild world of Muppet sports.

269 00:17:54,966 --> 00:17:59,403 You join us today for the start of the 1 OO meter blindfold sprint.

270 00:18:01,000 --> 00:18:03,302 And the finalists are on their marks.

271 00:18:03,366 --> 00:18:05,868 And they can't see a thing.

272 00:18:07,933 --> 00:18:09,968 Not even the starting flag.

273 00:18:10,033 --> 00:18:12,068 So, we'll ty the pistol.

274 00:18:12,133 --> 00:18:15,803 And there they go. And there and there and over there.

275 00:18:15,866 --> 00:18:20,136 Yes, number zero knocked down by number mo. He's up again.

276 00:18:20,200 --> 00:18:22,669 Number seven looking like a man of action.

277 00:18:22,733 --> 00:18:26,103 Number zero knocked down again, this time by number six.

278 00:18:26,166 --> 00:18:28,101 Zero off to the side, six is off.

279 00:18:28,166 --> 00:18:31,802 Here comes mo looking vey far back, but number seven is quite good.

280 00:18:31,866 --> 00:18:35,436 l think he's found it. l think he's found the finish mark.

281 00:18:35,500 --> 00:18:37,602 Here they come, ladies and gentlemen!

282 00:18:39,133 --> 00:18:41,235 - And we have a winner! - [cheering]

283 00:18:41,700 --> 00:18:43,735 And we need a stretcher!

284 00:18:51,566 --> 00:18:55,336 Uh, uh, back to the regular program.

285 00:18:55,400 --> 00:18:58,636 l think that number raises a pertinent question.

286 00:18:58,700 --> 00:19:00,868 - What's that? - Why did they do it?

287 00:19:00,933 --> 00:19:02,901 [laughing]

288 00:19:03,533 --> 00:19:05,334 How's the writing going, Fozz?

289 00:19:05,400 --> 00:19:08,136 Oh, boy, l didn't know it would be that tough, Hary.

290 00:19:08,200 --> 00:19:10,502 But you know. You write a lot of stuff.

291 00:19:11,033 --> 00:19:14,302 No, not really. No, well, l write songs.

292 00:19:14,366 --> 00:19:18,603 Yeah, they're terrific. How do you get ideas for all those songs?

293 00:19:19,433 --> 00:19:22,302 They don't come easily. You have to get inspired.

294 00:19:22,366 --> 00:19:24,768 - Like the song we're gonna do next. - Uh-huh.

295 00:19:24,833 --> 00:19:26,834 l discovered that song in Africa.

296 00:19:26,900 --> 00:19:28,901 l was in a county called Guinea.

297 00:19:28,966 --> 00:19:31,435 l went deep into the interior of the county

298 00:19:31,500 --> 00:19:34,202 and in a little village l met with a stomeller.

299 00:19:34,933 --> 00:19:38,836 That stomeller went way back into African traditions

300 00:19:38,900 --> 00:19:40,735 and African mythology

301 00:19:40,799 --> 00:19:45,804 and began to tell this stoy about the fire, which means the sun,

302 00:19:46,599 --> 00:19:49,202 and about the water, about the earth.

303 00:19:50,000 --> 00:19:53,770 He pointed out that all of these things together turn the world around.

304 00:19:54,566 --> 00:19:58,102 And that all of us are here for a vey, vey short time.

305 00:19:58,766 --> 00:20:00,300 ln that time that we're here

306 00:20:00,366 --> 00:20:03,135 there really isn't any difference in any of us,

307 00:20:03,200 --> 00:20:06,503 if we were to take time out to understand each other.

308 00:20:06,566 --> 00:20:09,669 And the question is, do l know who you are,

309 00:20:09,733 --> 00:20:11,434 do you know who l am,

310 00:20:12,433 --> 00:20:13,934 do we care about each other?

311 00:20:14,000 --> 00:20:18,104 'Cause if we do, together we can turn the world around.

312 00:20:18,166 --> 00:20:19,901 [# Turn the World Around]

313 00:20:24,000 --> 00:20:27,269

  1. We come from the fire

Living in the fire

314 00:20:27,333 --> 00:20:30,302

  1. Go back to the fire

Turn the world around

315 00:20:30,366 --> 00:20:33,702

  1. We come from the fire

316 00:20:33,766 --> 00:20:35,367

  1. Go back to the fire

317 00:20:35,433 --> 00:20:36,901

  1. Turn the world around

318 00:20:36,966 --> 00:20:40,035

  1. We come from the fire

Living in the fire

319 00:20:40,099 --> 00:20:43,369

  1. Go back to the fire

Turn the world around

320 00:20:56,166 --> 00:20:59,202

  1. We come from the water

Living in the water

321 00:20:59,266 --> 00:21:02,302

  1. Go back to the water

Turn the world around

322 00:21:02,366 --> 00:21:05,469

  1. We come from the water

Living in the water

323 00:21:05,533 --> 00:21:08,636

  1. Go back to the water

Turn the world around

324 00:21:08,700 --> 00:21:11,869

  1. We come from the water

Living in the water

325 00:21:11,933 --> 00:21:15,169

  1. Go back to the water

Turn the world around

326 00:21:28,000 --> 00:21:31,069

  1. We come from the mountain

Living on the mountain

327 00:21:31,133 --> 00:21:34,336

  1. Go back to the mountain

Turn the world around

328 00:21:34,400 --> 00:21:37,436

  1. We come from the mountain

Living on the mountain

329 00:21:37,500 --> 00:21:40,636

  1. Go back to the mountain

Turn the world around

330 00:21:40,700 --> 00:21:43,869

  1. We come from the mountain

Living on the mountain

331 00:21:43,933 --> 00:21:47,069

  1. Go back to the mountain

Turn the world around

332 00:21:47,133 --> 00:21:50,236

  1. Whoa-oh

So is life

333 00:21:50,299 --> 00:21:53,302

  1. Ah-ha

So is life

334 00:21:53,366 --> 00:21:56,502

  1. Whoa-ho

So is life

335 00:21:56,566 --> 00:21:59,635

  1. Ah-ha

So is life

336 00:21:59,700 --> 00:22:02,769

  1. Do you know who l am?

337 00:22:02,833 --> 00:22:06,136

  1. Do l know who you are?

338 00:22:06,200 --> 00:22:09,336

  1. See we one another clearly

339 00:22:09,400 --> 00:22:12,569

  1. Do we know who we are?

340 00:22:12,633 --> 00:22:15,635

  1. Do you know who l am?

Do l know who you are?

341 00:22:15,700 --> 00:22:18,602

  1. See we one other clearly

Do we know who we are?

342 00:22:18,666 --> 00:22:21,735

  1. Do you know who l am?

Do l know who you are?

343 00:22:21,799 --> 00:22:25,136

  1. See we one another clearly

Do we know who we are?

344 00:22:25,200 --> 00:22:27,902

  1. Whoa-ho

So is life

345 00:22:27,966 --> 00:22:31,269

  1. A bat tee wah ha

So is life

346 00:22:31,333 --> 00:22:33,935

  1. Whoa-ho

So is life

347 00:22:34,000 --> 00:22:37,503

  1. A bat tee wah ha

So is life

348 00:23:03,033 --> 00:23:06,136

  1. Water make the river

River wash the mountain

349 00:23:06,200 --> 00:23:08,936

  1. Fire make the sunlight

Turn the world around

350 00:23:09,000 --> 00:23:12,136

  1. Heart is of the river

Body is the mountain

351 00:23:12,200 --> 00:23:15,169

  1. Spirit is the sunlight

Turn the world around

352 00:23:15,233 --> 00:23:18,369

  1. We are ofthe spirit

Truly ofthe spirit

353 00:23:18,433 --> 00:23:21,669

  1. Only can the spirit

turn the world around

354 00:23:21,733 --> 00:23:24,802

  1. We are ofthe spirit

Truly ofthe spirit

355 00:23:24,866 --> 00:23:28,069

  1. Only can the spirit

turn the world around

356 00:23:28,133 --> 00:23:31,035

  1. Do you know who l am?

357 00:23:31,099 --> 00:23:34,269

  1. Do l know who you are?

358 00:23:34,333 --> 00:23:37,335

  1. See we one another clearly

359 00:23:37,400 --> 00:23:40,402

  1. Do we know who we are?

360 00:23:40,466 --> 00:23:43,468

  1. Do you know who l am?

Do l know who you are?

361 00:23:43,533 --> 00:23:46,469

  1. See we one another clearly

Do we know who we are?

362 00:23:46,533 --> 00:23:49,569 - # Do you know who l am? - # Do l know who you are?

363 00:23:49,633 --> 00:23:51,067

  1. See we one another clearly

364 00:23:51,133 --> 00:23:52,601

  1. Do we know who we are?

365 00:23:52,666 --> 00:23:55,168

  1. Whoa-ho

So is life

366 00:23:55,233 --> 00:23:58,703

  1. A ba tee wah ha

So is life

367 00:23:58,766 --> 00:24:01,301

  1. Whoa-oh

So is life

368 00:24:01,366 --> 00:24:04,802

  1. A ba tee wah ha

So is life

369 00:24:04,866 --> 00:24:07,301

  1. Whoa-ho

So is life

370 00:24:07,366 --> 00:24:10,635

  1. A ba tee wah ha

So is life

371 00:24:10,700 --> 00:24:13,469

  1. Whoa-ho

So is life

372 00:24:13,533 --> 00:24:16,569

  1. A ba tee wah ha

So is life

373 00:24:16,633 --> 00:24:19,469

  1. Whoa-ho

So is life

374 00:24:19,533 --> 00:24:22,802

  1. A ba tee wah ha

So is life

375 00:24:22,866 --> 00:24:25,568

  1. Whoa-ho

So is life

376 00:24:25,633 --> 00:24:28,769

  1. A ba tee wah ha

So is life

377 00:24:28,833 --> 00:24:32,937 lt's been such a great show that we can hardly bring ourselves to end it.

378 00:24:33,000 --> 00:24:35,402 And we all know who we have to thank for that.

379 00:24:35,466 --> 00:24:39,036 - The scripmriter! - No, no, the guest star.

380 00:24:39,099 --> 00:24:42,470 And so, thank you from all of us, Mr. Hary Belafonte!

381 00:24:45,000 --> 00:24:48,803 This is the greatest group of singers l've ever worked with, to the Muppets.

382 00:24:48,866 --> 00:24:51,902 - Night, all. - See you next time on rhe Muppet Show!

383 00:24:52,799 --> 00:24:55,769

  1. Whoa-ho

So is life

384 00:24:55,833 --> 00:24:58,769

  1. A ba tee wah ha

So is life

385 00:24:58,833 --> 00:25:01,902

  1. Whoa-ho

So is life

386 00:25:01,966 --> 00:25:04,868

  1. A ba tee wah ha

So is life

387 00:25:04,933 --> 00:25:07,802

  1. Whoa-ho

So is life

388 00:25:07,866 --> 00:25:11,202

  1. A ba tee wah ha

So is life

389 00:25:11,266 --> 00:25:13,434

  1. Whoa-ho

So is life

390 00:25:13,500 --> 00:25:16,603

  1. A ba tee wah ha

So is life

391 00:25:16,666 --> 00:25:19,402

  1. Whoa-ho

So is life

392 00:25:19,466 --> 00:25:22,302

  1. A ba tee wah ha

So is life

393 00:25:22,366 --> 00:25:25,435

  1. Whoa-ho

So is life

394 00:25:25,500 --> 00:25:28,903

  1. A ba tee wah ha

So is life

395 00:25:28,966 --> 00:25:31,301

  1. Oh-ho

So is life

396 00:25:31,366 --> 00:25:32,900

  1. A ba tee wah ha #

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