I am Barnaby, A bear who always wanted to sing, But though I loved singing
so much, I sang out of tune among
the trees, Until the King of the Birds
gave me a whistle, So today this bear sings like
a Nightingale, Fiu fiu fiu fiu fiu fiu. I am Barnaby, I will be playing for you in
the movie, The show will start now, So I must run quickly into
the forest. Ship’s Boy How are you, little one? I’m fine, just fine! Have a look, my lady and you as well, mister. I don’t row with oars, me I’ve got something better. With my arms I swim I swim I swim like salmon swimming season, it’s my passion. And I dive, oh I dive I dive like Zander just like flounder, like a grand master! Hooray to the blue sky and hooray to salty sea! It’s a splendid way to live Barnaby likes to dive, to dive Barnaby likes to dive. Save yourself, a storm approaches! Where? I don’t see anything on the horizon. Wait, we’ll help you. Thank you my friends, many thanks! Goodbye! Fare well! Help! Help me! – Oh, look!
– It’s a bear! Bring the rum, fast! Thank you, sir! But I’d rather
have some hot tea. Who are you? I’m a bear called Barnaby. How did you get here? By swimming. You must be very tired, little one. Gaston, take him to bed! – A bear on the sea!
– And with a blue tie! Ha ha! It’s silly! Yes, mom? Mom? It’s me, Gaston. Get up and help me on the deck! Come on, wake up! I’ll show you how to become a sailor. Let’s go! Here’s a broom. Now, watch this! When you’re a sailor man you work all day, you work all night. When you’re a sailor man you clean the deck, that’s right! You grate and scrape and scratch and rub the deck like this, my bear! You splash and brush and wash and scrub the deck, so there, are we clear? A shining clean and a spotless deck that makes the captain cheer! When you’re a sailor man you work all day, you work all night! From bottom to top, you can’t mop too much and that is the way on a boat, yeah, right! From bottom to top, you can’t mop too much and that is the way, yeah, right! Barnaby! Barnaby! Barnaby! A shark! It was a shark that did it! Shark or not, you are just slacking around. Get to work! You’ll pay me for this the missing herrings and rum! Captain, we didn’t see any sharks! I’m sure that it was Barnaby who ate the herrings and drank the rum! Me, I’m a bear. I don’t eat herrings, and I don’t like rum! Maybe if there had been honey. But even then, I would have asked first. Well, I believe you this time. Now, go and clean yourself up! Hey, Barnaby! Barnaby! Barnaby! Barnaby! Please, let me rest for a while! I’m tired! Oh, mister Gaston… I am the sailor bear who works all day, who works all night. I am the sailor bear who cleans the deck, yeah, right! I soap and wash and rinse and splash the deck! This deck is way too long! And scrape and scratch and rub and scrub the deck! Barnaby! Oh, come on! It’s not a small deck, not a large one it’s truly gargantuan! I am the sailor bear who works all day, who works all night. I try my best but there’s more to scrub it’s all too much for a small bear cub, oh right! I tried my best but now I have to rest, it’s all too much for a small bear cub! Right! Oh, b… But who are you? It’s me, Hector. Hector, the space rat? Exactly! I got tired of flying around. I wanted to see if cruising is more fun. I’ve seen how they treat you it’s shameful, just shameful! But I’ll help you when we arrive at the North Pole. North Pole! Is that where we are going? Yes, yes, I heard the captain say so. We must escape as soon as possible. We must flee with haste, without drums or trumpets blown. We must get out of this boat leave the surly sailors alone! We will go all renegade make a hasty escapade. There is no time to gloat we can’t wait to leave this boat! We don’t have roller-skates nor a scooter no wheelbarrows, corvettes or canoes. Too bad we don’t have a helicopter. Nobody will lend us snowshoes. We must flee with extra haste and make a hasty exodus. Can’t take a thing with us. Not even a poncho. Too bad, we must go! Not even a poncho. Too bad, we must go! A poncho. We must go. A poncho. We must go! It’s time to say goodbye today You will see him again He has a hundred adventures Long live Barnaby Cheers cheers Barnaby! Cheers cheers BAR-NA-BY!