Lulu's Wacky Birthday Party

Season #3 Episode #8
Synopsis: Lulu Lavender thinks that Miss U and Mister Z goes to vacation. So, Mister Q, Mister K, Mister C can sing and dance as a trio.
Original Story by: Alexis

Lulu Lavender:
Hey Toys, Guess What, Tomorrow's is my birthday.

(door knocking)

Lulu Lavender:
Oh, No!

Mister Q, Wait, did you heard the news?

Lulu Lavender:
What's That?

Mister Q:
The Houston Gaels Are sick, So, We Have a replacement for them

Lulu Lavender:
(gasps) You Do?

Mister Q:
Let's Do That, Lulu's Mommy is going to bop us.

Mister K:
I Know, Lulu, Who are invites to the party here?

Lulu Lavender:
My family

Mister B:
Baby, Who Else?

Lulu Lavender:
The Other Families, My friends are going be here soon , so here we go.

Mister Q:
Everyone's just family to You and Lulu. So and a one and a two and a three and a....

Hooptie doodie doodle

Moses supposes his toeses are Roses,

But Moses supposes Erroneously,

For Moses he knowses his toeses aren't


As Moses supposes his toeses to be!

Mister Q:

Mister K:
Moses supposes his toeses are roses

Mister Q:

Mister K:
Moses supposes erroneously

Mister Q:

Mister K:
Moses supposes his toeses are roses

As Moses supposes his toeses to be!

A Rose is a rose is a rose is a rose is

A rose is for Moses as potent as toeses

Couldn't be a lily or a daphi daphi dilli

It's gotta be a rose cuz it rhymes with mose!




(Tap dancing)

Super Grover:
Boo, boo! Get off the stage!

Lulu Lavender:
Keep it down, Super Grover

Elmo wonders how does they do that?

Super Grover:
They're terrible, aren't they?

Grover's Mom:

Super Grover:
Excuse Me, I Think, I hear mommy's calling me.

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Submitted by Alexis78 on September 26, 2021

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