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Fraser McAlpine | 18:37 UK time, Sunday, 3 December 2006

SPECIAL REVIEW FOR YOUNGER READERS. OLDER READERS....GO HERE

LazytownHello there! I've just been listening to a song! Do you want to know what sort of a song I've been listening to? Shall I tell you? Good! The sort of song I've been listening to is a HAPPY song! That's right...it makes me HAPPY, and when I hear it, I want to dance about. Like this (does bouncy dance).

Do YOU want to listen to the happy song too? You DO? OK then..Ready...Steady...GO!

I like happy songs. Happy songs are the sort of songs I want to dance about to all day long. Do you know what other sorts of songs there are? That's right, there are all sorts of songs, sad songs, and scary songs, and angry songs, and even songs about cuddling. Then there are songs by someone called Eminem, his songs are like all of those other songs all at the same time!

Can you say Eminem? It's easy to say, isn't it? EMINEM. EMINEM. It sounds a bit like when you're talking with your mouth full..EMINEM. It's fun to pretend to talk like you've got your mouth full, isn't it? Let's all talk like we've got a great big mouth full of food. OK? When I say go, we'll all say Eminem like our mouths are all full of lovely dinner. OK?

Ready, steady, go! EMINEM!

There, that was a LOT of fun, wasn't it? Well, it's time for me to go now. But don't be sad, just have a listen to a happy song, like this one, and do a funny dance. That will cheer you up in no time!

Five starsBye bye!

AND FOR ANY OLDER READERS STILL HERE...

One starOh my God. Who let the Vengaboys back out?

Released: December 4th
Visit the official Lazytown site at www.lazytown.com/

(Fraser McAlpine)

Comments

  1. At 09:11 PM on 03 Dec 2006, bigstarlet wrote:

    I clicked on that "Go" link. You ought to be ashamed of yourselves. What the h-e-double hockey sticks did you just subject me to? YIKES!!!

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