The Yellow Ya-hoo
pics generously donated by David Frangioso
Narrator: This is a letter. The letter "Y". Do you know how I know?
It looks like the trunk of a tree where the Yellow Ya-hoos go.
Yellow Ya-hoo: Ya-hoo.
Narrator: There's a Ya-hoo now. I know I hear a sigh.
Yellow Ya-hoo: Sigh.
Narrator: He's just waking up from a nap in the tree that looks just like a "Y".
Watch it, now. He's up for the yell.
Yellow Ya-hoo: Ya-hoo! Yip-yip-yip-ee-oo!!!
Narrator: What do you think your mother would do if YOU yelled like a Yellow Ya-hoo?
Yellow Ya-hoo: [sticking his head close in the camera shot] Boo.
Narrator: After a yell, and a tasty lunch, a Yellow Ya-hoo rubbed his tummy.
Narrator: When you ask him if his lunch was good, he answers:
"Yes. Quite yummy."
Narrator: And then, and then, the Ya-hoo yawns.
He yawned, that Yellow Ya-hoo.
Then it's up the tree and fast asleep. And then, to dream about you.
He dreams about you, The Yellow Ya-hoo.
Through the night under the skies by the tree that looks like a "Y".
Transcribed by David Frangioso, who also contributed the great pics and audio file, ya-hoooo!