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May 30, 2010

Movie: Over the Irish Sea

How do you get all these great movies, you ask? Often by taking three or four and keeping one. But sometimes you need to see all three (or, in this case, four) to really get the sense of things. Here I was trying to get Felix to sing his most recent song, yet another he has learned at school (or so I assume), and brought home to infect our brains. May infect yours, too.

1st try:

2nd try:

3rd try:

Final try:

Good enough!

Posted by atshuldiner at May 30, 2010 8:44 PM


That's really funny! Yone does the exact same thing everytime I make a movie: he rushes to the other side of the camera to watch it on the screen...soooooo irritating!

Posted by: cisca Corduwener at June 3, 2010 10:36 PM

without watching the videos, the screen caps are amazing. This kid of yours...so cool

Posted by: gizella at June 4, 2010 5:09 AM

If you want to sing along here is the text:

Way Over the Irish Sea *
When I was one, I had just begun *
The day I went to sea *
I climbed aboard a pirate ship and the captain said to me, *
"We'll go this way, that way, forward and back
Way over the Irish Sea. *
A bottle of Coke to soothe my throat, *
And that's the life for me. *
Da, da, dum; da, da, dum ... *
When I was two, I tied my shoe ... *
When I was three, I bumped my knee ... *
When I was four, I shut the door ... *
When I was five, I was still alive ... *
When I was six, I gathered sticks ... *
When I was seven, I was almost in heaven ... *
When I was eight, I closed the gate ... *
When I was nine, I was feeling fine ... *
When I was ten, I started over again ... *

Posted by: Saba at June 4, 2010 7:38 PM