Sesame Street: Irish Step Dance School | Murray Had a Little Lamb

Sesame Street: Irish Step Dance School | Murray Had a Little Lamb


SINGERS: Murray has
a little lamb. MAN: Yo, Murray has a little
lamb, who wears a little bow. SINGERS: Go, Murray. MAN: Together they go everywhere
amigos like to go. SINGERS: M– M– Murray. MAN: He follows her to school
each day, they run, they spin, they leap. SINGERS: Go, Murray! MAN: Yo, everybody loves to see
a monster and his sheep. And they all say– SINGERS: Murray, Murray,
Murray, Murray– MAN: Murray has a little lamb. SINGERS: Go, Murray! MAN: Murray has a little lamb. SINGERS: Murray has
a little lamb! MURRAY: Oh, boy. I wonder where we’re
going today? Ovejita will know. But, uh, where is that
little lamb? OVEJITA: Yahoo! MURRAY: Ovejita! Where are we going today? OVEJITA: Una escuela. MURRAY: A school! Oh, but what school
are we going to? OVEJITA: Adivinar. MURRAY: You want me to guess? But I don’t even have
one clue yet! OVEJITA: Heehee! Whee! MURRAY: Come on! Let’s go get some clues! What’s the first
clue, Ovejita? OVEJITA: Musica. MURRAY: Musica? What’s musica? OVEJITA: Musica! [LOUD MUSIC] MURRAY: Whaaa! OVEJITA: Heehee. MURRAY: That sounded
like music. Whoa! It is music! OVEJITA: Si. Musica. MURRAY: Oh, musica must be how
you say music in Spanish! And it sounds like
Irish music. But what kind of school
do you need music for? OVEJITA: Adivinar. MURRAY: Guess? I have no idea. I need another clue. OVEJITA: Whee! MURRAY: Come on. Where are you, Ovejita? Ovejita! There you are. What’s the next clue? OVEJITA: Un zapato. MURRAY: Un zapato? OVEJITA: Un zapato. MURRAY: It’s a shoe. OVEJITA: Un zapato. MURRAY: Un zapato must be how
you say shoe in Spanish. OVEJITA: Si! Un zapato. MURRAY: OK. So the clues are music– OVEJITA: Musica! MURRAY: And shoe. OVEJITA: Un zapato. MURRAY: What kind of
school can it be? OVEJITA: Adivinar! Heehee! MURRAY: Come on. There’s more guessing to do! [WHISTLE] MURRAY: Oh. There you are, Ovejita. What’s the next clue? OVEJITA: Bailar. MURRAY: Bailar? What’s bailar? MURRAY:Bailar. MURRAY: Look at that! The statue’s dancing! OVEJITA: Si. Bailar! MURRAY: Oh. Bailar must mean dance
in Spanish! OVEJITA: Si. Bailar. So the clues are music– OVEJITA: Musica! MURRAY: And a shoe. OVEJITA: Un zapato. MURRAY: And dance! OVEJITA: Bailar! MURRAY: Wait a minute! I can’t say for certain, but I
think we’re going to Irish stepdancing school! OVEJITA: Escuela de
Baile Irishes. ALL: Yay! MURRAY: Can anybody do Irish
stepdancing, or do I have to be Irish? IRENE: Oh, no. Our kids are every culture
you could think of. MURRAY: Oh, even a monster? IRENE: Yes. MURRAY: Oh, boy! Even a monster can do
Irish stepdancing! What is these beautiful dresses
you’re wearing? GIRL: These are Irish
dancing dresses. MURRAY: They’re so colorful. And what about your hair? You all seem to have the
same curly hairdo. GIRL: They’re wigs. MURRAY: They’re wigs? GIRL: Mm-hm. MURRAY: Ooh, boy. I wonder if all Ovejita could
get a wig like that. What parts of my body am I gonna
use to Irish stepdance? MAN: You get to kick
your legs around. MURRAY: Oh, I love to kick
my dancing legs. So what do I do with
these, then? MAN: You keep them down
by the sides. You put them in fists,
and you put them straight down by the sides. MURRAY: Down low. MAN: And you’re not allowed
to move your body at all. Just your feet. MURRAY: I’m gonna try and
not move my body. MAN: Looks perfect. MURRAY: Does it? MAN: Yes. MURRAY: I’m really itchy
right now, though. I really want to do an Irish
stepdance, but I don’t really know what to do yet. Can you teach me some stuff? GIRL: You have to put your
feet together, and jump. MURRAY: Let me see
if I can do that. Put my feet together– how’s that? GIRL: Good. MAN: Hop, and one, two
three, four, keep your heels off the– CHILDREN: Floor. MURRAY: Do you guys think
I would be able to do an Irish stepdance? GIRL: Yeah. MURRAY: Really? What do I have to do to
do an Irish stepdance? GIRL: You have to lift your legs
up high and point your toes while you do it. MURRAY: Can you show me that? Whoa– that is one high kick! You think I can do it? GIRL: Oh, yeah. MURRAY: OK. Here I go. One, two, three– whoa! Little help! I fell down. Does that happen to
you guys ever? BOY: Not really. MURRAY: I am so embarrassed
that I fell. You think I should give
up right now? BOY: No. MURRAY: Here I go. I think I kicked myself. So how do I get good at
this Irish stepdance? IRENE: Practice. MURRAY: Practice? Oh, really? Over and over and over again? IRENE: Every day. MURRAY: I can do that. MAN: That’s what I like. MURRAY: Oh, that’s
a good stretch. I am on my way, Irene. I am gonna be great at
Irish stepdancing! Let me see. Marie. Good. And Karen. Good. Here I go. Ooh! I did it! Let me do it again. Haha! I did it! Was that any good? GIRLS: Yes. MURRAY: Now what’s
an easy step? BOYS: Knee, two, three. MURRAY: Knee, two, three? BOY: Yea. MURRAY: OK. Instead of one, I say knee. OK, here I go. Knee, two, three. Knee, two, three. Knee, two, three. Ooh, I’m getting really
good at this Irish stepdancing stuff. I think I’m ready! I think I wanna try! Let’s do it! I did it, Connor. I love Irish stepdancing
school! OVEJITA: Escuela! MURRAY: See you next
time at school! OVEJITA: Adios! MURRAY: Bye!

4 thoughts on “Sesame Street: Irish Step Dance School | Murray Had a Little Lamb”

  1. If your a irish dancer and you don't remember the reel i will help you !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!¡!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!Point hop back point hop back knee two three four five six seven point hop back point hop back knee two three and point hop back

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