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Pantomime (Everywhere it´s Christmas) Vydáno: 18. prosince 1966
Nahráno: 25. listopadu 1966, studio Dicka Jamese
Producent: George Martin
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Ev'rywhere it's Christmas
ev'rywhere it's song
London, Paris, Rome and New York
Tokyo, Hong Kong
oh, ev'rywhere it's Christmas
and I'm off to join the cheer
ev'rywhere it's Christmas
at the end of ev'ry year
oh, ev'rywhere it's Christmas
at the end of ev'ry year
I said that ev'rywhere it's Christmas
at the end of ev'ry year
one more time now
ev'rywhere it's Christmas....

Oorowainya, orowainya, orowainya, ooh
endomainya, endomainya, endomainya, ooh.

George: Our Story opens in Corsica. On the verandah is bearded man in glasses conducting a small choir.

Ringo: Meanwhile, high in the Swiss Alps, two elderly Scotchmen munch on a rare cheese.

George: Wonderful Stuff this, Agnes.

John: Aye, it's wonderful stuff.

Ringo: I'm standing in theenterance to the main tent. Immediately behind me, the festivities have already begun.

John: Tell me, are you enjoying the wine?

Paul: I am indeed your highness. It goes well with me.

Paul: The King seems to be enjoying himself tonight!!!

John: Is there a doctor here? It the captain's mess in board the H.M.S. Tremendous, a toast is being proposed.

Paul: To her majesty!!!

All: To her majesty!!!

Paul: Podgy the bear and Jasper were huddled around the unlit fire in the centre of the room. "There are no more matches left, Podgy," said Jasper.

"Then buy some, Jasper, old friend," said Podgy.

"Make a list and afterwards we'll go to the shop and buy matches and candles and buns."

"No need to worry, Jasper. You keep saying to yourself 'matches' and I'll keep saying 'candle' until we reach the shop. Then we won't need to write it down. We'll remember."

"Who'll remember the buns, Podgy?"

"We both will, Jasper...matches,"

"Candles"

"Matches"

"Candles"

"Matches"

"Candles"

John: In the long dark corridors of Felpin Mansions, a door slams. And the Shadowy figure of count Balder appears. The count is the eccentric son of Baron Lndsberg, the inventor of the rack. He speaks "Guten Tagen, meinen damen and herren Welcome to Felpin Mansions. Butler'll be shown you to your room. Butler..." "Yes, sir!" "Show the ladies and gentlemen to their rooms."

Paul: Come in. May I come in?

Paul: Come, come in Count. May I?

Paul: Oh, yes, come in.

John: Ah, thank you. I was wondering if you knew any of the songs from good ol' days.

Paul: Oh my goodness, yes. Don't you worry on that score. I hear the Baron likes. uh, I hear the Baron likes the good old tunes.

John: Yes, I do.

Paul: So do I, Count, so do I. Well, they're melody, aren't they?

Paul: No, don't worry. I'll play this one. Do you like this one? Listen to this one.

Please don't bring your banjo bag
I know where it's been
I wasn't hardly gone a day
when it became the scene
banjos, banjos all the time
I can't forget that tune
and if I ever see another banjo
I'm going out to buy a big balloon
and if I ever see another banjo
I'm going out to buy a big balloon
and if I ever see another banjo
I'm going out to buy a toy balloon
and if I ever see another banjo
I'm going out to buy a toy balloon
and if I ever see another bloom
I'm going out to buy a toy balloon.

Paul: Yes, everywhere it's Christmas.

Ev'rywhere it's Christmas
ev'rywhere it's song
London, Paris, Rome and New York
Tokyo, Hong Kong
oh, ev'rywhere it's Christmas
and I'm off to join the cheer
ev'rywhere it's Christmas
at the end of ev'ry year
oh, ev'rywhere it's Christmas
at the end of ev'ry year
I said that ev'rywhere it's Christmas
at the end of ev'ry year
one more time now
ev'rywhere it's Christmas
at the end of every year.

Paul: Jolly good, jolly good.