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. Larry will be performing the traditional Argentinean ballad, the Dance of the Cucumber, in its original Spanish. Bob the Tomato will translate.

 

Larry: Miren al pepino

 

Bob: Watch the cucumber

 

Larry: Vean como se mueve

 

Bob: See how he moves

 

Larry: Como un leon

 

Bob: Like a lion

 

Larry: Tras un raton

 

Bob: Chasing a mouse

 

Larry: Miren al pepino

 

Bob: Watch the cucumber

 

Larry: Que suaves novimientos

 

Bob: Oh, how smooth his motion!

 

Larry: Es como mantequilla en un chango pelon

 

Bob: Like butter...on a...bald monkey...

 

Larry: Miren al pepino

 

Bob: Watch the cucumber

 

Larry: Los vegetales

 

Bob: All the vegetables

 

Larry: Envidian a su amigo

 

Bob: Envy their friend

 

Larry: Como el quieren bailar

 

Bob: Wishing to dance as he

 

Larry: Pepino bailarin

 

Bob: Dancing cucumber

 

Larry: Pepino bailarin

 

Bob: Dancing cucumber

 

Larry: Pepino bailarin

 

Bob: Dancing cucumber

 

Larry: Baila, baila, ya!

 

Bob: Dance, dance, yeah!

 

Larry: Miren al tomate

 

Bob: Look at the tomato

 

Larry: No es triste?

 

Bob: Isn't it sad?

 

Larry: El no puede bailar

 

Bob: He can't dance

 

Larry: Pobre tomate

 

Bob: Poor tomato

 

Larry: El desearia poder bailar como el pepino

 

Bob: He wishes he could dance like the cucumber

 

Larry: Libre y sauvemente

 

Bob: Free and smooth

 

Larry: Pero el no puede danzar

 

Bob: But he...he can't!

 

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 Asparagus: Okay, Junior. But we better hurry--I think the dwarves have your mother confused with someone else.

 

Say peas!

 

Larry and Junior: Peas!

 

Larry: Escuchen al pepino

 

Bob: Listen to the cucumber

 

Larry: Oigan su voz fuerte

 

Bob: Hear his strong voice

 

Larry: Como un leon

 

Bob: Like a lion

 

Larry: Listo a devorar

 

Bob: About to eat

 

Larry: Escuchen al pepino

 

Bob: Listen to the cucumber

 

Larry: Que dulce es su canto

 

Bob: How sweet his voice

 

Larry: Que sopla su garganta rarece un trinar

 

Bob: The breath from his throat is like a chorus of little birdies

 

Larry: Escuchen al pepino

 

Bob: Listen to the cucumber

 

Larry: Los vegetales

 

Bob: All the vegetables

 

Larry: Envidian a su amigo como el quieren cantar

 

Bob: Envy their friend, wishing to sing as he

 

Larry: Pepino cantador

 

Bob: Singing cucumber

 

Larry: Pepino cantador

 

Bob: Singing cucumber

 

Larry: Pepino cantador

 

Bob: Singing cucumber

 

Larry: Canta, canta, ya!

 

Bob: Sing, sing, yeah!

 

Larry: Escuchen al tomate

 

Bob: Listen to the tomato

 

Larry: No es triste?

 

Bob: Isn't it sad?

 

Larry: El no puede cantar

 

Bob: He can't sing.

 

Larry: Pobre tomate

 

Bob: Poor tomato

 

Larry: El desearia poder cantar

 

Bob: He wishes he could sing

 

Larry: Fuerte y dulce como el pepino

 

Bob: Strong and sweet like the cucumber

 

Larry: Pero el no puede

 

Bob: But he can't!

 

Larry: Ni siquiera dar un silbido

 

Bob: Can't even...whistle. All right, that's it, Senor! Come over here and let me sing you a song!

 

Larry: Adios 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!