Cat, Hat

March 3, 2016 at 8:25 pm Leave a comment

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The Cat in the Hat: In English, cat, hat, In French, chat, chapeau. It really is quite obvious, don’t you know.
In English, cat, hat, In French, chat, chapeau. Un, deux, trois, quatre, cinq, here we go.
I repeat, cat, hat, In French, chat, chapeau. In Spanish, el gato in a sombrero.
Kids: He’s a cat in a hat, He’s a chat in a chapeau. He also is a gato in a sombrero. Olé, Olé, Olé, Olé-o.
The Cat in the Hat: Cat, hat, in French, chat, chapeau. In Spanish, el gato in a sombrero.
And i’ll tell you something more now, you listen to me good. In German, I’m a katze und dies ist mein hut.
Ist das nicht ein katze hut?
Kids: Ya, das ist ein katze hut! Katze hut! Katze hut! Ja, das ist ein katze hut!
The Cat in the Hat: Cat, hat, In French, chat, chapeau. In Spanish, el gato in a sombrero.
In German, I’m a katze in a hut and don’t you know. I’m a gwunka in a bunka-kwunk in Eskimo.
Norval the Fish: You’re a gwunka in a bunka-kwunk in Eskimo.
Kids: He’s a gwunka in a bunka-kwunk in Eskimo.
Ist das nicht ein bunka-kwunk? Ja, das ist ein bunka-kwunk.
Gwunka-bunka. Gwunka-bunka. Yes indeedy, that is so.
He’s a gwunka in a bunka-kwunk in Eskimo.
Norval the Fish: Cat, hat, in French, chat, chapeau. In Spanish, you’re a gato in a sombrero.
In German, you’re a katze in a hut, I also know. You’re a gwunka in a bunka-kwunk in Eskimo.
Now, would you will allow me, sir, don’t think, I’m pushin’. I think I can tell you what you are in Russian.
Shapka, shylapah. You’re a shapka in a shylapa–Hey!
The Cat in the Hat: I’m a shapka in a shylapa, I’m a shapka in a shylapa, I’m a shapka in a shylapa, I’m a shapka in a shylapa, I’m a shapka in a shylapa, I’m a shapka in a shylapa, I’m a shapka in a shylapa, I’m a shapka in a shylapa.

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