[music] Program Four. [singing] Head, shoulder, knee, ‘n foot, knee, ‘n foot. Eye, mouth, ‘n ear, ‘n nose, ear, ‘n nose. [far away and quiet] Eye, mouth, ear, ‘n nose. [Muzzy] Where’re we?
[Sinéad] Kneel, ‘n shoulder, knee, ‘n foot, knee, ‘n foot. [Bob] We’re in the garden.
[Sinéad] Kneel, ‘n shoulder, knee, ‘n foot, knee, ‘n foot. [Muzzy] What? *Your* garden?!
[Sinéad] Kneel, ‘n shoulder, knee, ‘n foot, knee, ‘n foot. No, idiot! The king’s garden. Look! Sinéad is over there. But what is she doing? She’s doing exercise. Eye, knee, and foot. Come along with me quickly. Where? Behind this statue. Are ye ok? We are now. But we’re hungry. I would like a sandwich. And *I* would like a clock. A clock?! [burp] Excuse me. Yeah. A clock. He likes clocks. Hush! Someone is coming! Oh, who is it? I don’t know. I can’t see properly. Listen. Gone. It’s raining. We’ll be wet. Go into that little house there. Cool. I’ll see you in the afternoon. What time? At seven. I’ll see you at seven o’clock. Seven o’clock. Bye! Bye! What time is it now? [chimes] It is eight o’clock. [phone rings] Hello?
[gibberish] But it’s time for breakfast. Breakfast! [chime] It is one o’clock. [phone rings] Hello?
[gibberish] No. It’s time for lunch. Lunch! [chimes] It is seven o’clock. [phone rings] Hello?
[gibberish] No. It’s time for supper. Supper! [chimes] It is nine o’clock.
[phone rings] Hello?
[gibberish] No! It’s time for a bath! A bath! [chimes] It is ten o’clock. [phone rings] Hello?
[gibberish] No! It’s time for sleep! Sleep tight! [chime] It’s one o’clock. It’s lunch time. It’s time for lunch, darling! I’m coming! It’s time for lunch, Sinéad! I’m not well. I’m sick. But what’s wrong with you? I have a terrible headache. I have a headache. I have a pain in my stomach. I have a toothache. I have a pain in my back. Come in. What’s wrong with you? I have a headache, doctor. A headache? Take these. Thank you, doctor. And the next person. Hello. What’s wrong with you? I have a pain in my stomach, doctor! A pain in your stomach? Take these. Thank you! And the next person. Hello. What’s wrong with you? I have a toothache. A toothache? Take this. Thank you. And the next person. Hello. What’s wrong with you? I have a pain in my back! A pain in your back? Take this. Thank you, doctor. She has a headache. There is a pain in his stomach. She has a toothache. There is a pain in his back. Come in. What’s wrong with you? I have a headache, doctor. A headache? Take these. Thank you, doctor. You have a headache? Poor thing! Stay in the room, darling. Take a rest. Lunch for the princess in the room! Sinéad isn’t feeling well. She has a headache. There is a headache on me. There is a headache on you. There is a headache on him. There is a headache on her. There is a headache on us. There is a headache on ye. There is a headache on them. And there is a headache on Sinéad. A headache! Hello, Sinéad. How are you now? How am I? I am fine, thank you. Where are you going? To the swimming pool. Bye! Have a good time, darling! Hello, Sinéad. How are you now? Are you better? Am I better? I am fine. Good! I like that! Where are you going now? I am going to the tennis court. Bye! Have a good time, darling! She’s much better now. She’s playing tennis. Playing tennis? She’s not. Sinéad’s swimming. Hello, momma! Hello, dadda! I am horseback riding! [music]