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Ruffus The Dog – Sinbad The Sailor

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Ruffus tells the tale of Sinbad The Sailor on his quest for adventure and treasure across the seven seas – with the help of his two shipmates Ray & Harry, the Hausen Brothers. Watch out for the Cyclops!

SONGS

1) The opening theme song from the award winning children’s series: Ruffus The Dog.

lyrics
Staring out into the blue
On a dreamboat setting sail,
Spinnin’ a Grimm Brothers’ yarn
To catch a fairy by the tale.

Barkin’ a fable
Out in a song,
Ruffus The Dog, get along.

As long as I’m able,
As long as they write,
Ruffus The Dog will recite.

Get along little Ruffus.
Get along little Ruffus.
This pooch has got get-go
On this here puppy show!

Uh-huh-huh – yeah!

credits
from Songs From Ruffus The Dog, released 24 May 2010
Composer: J.P. Houston
Vocals: Rob Mills

2) Ruffus as Sinbad joins his ship mates Ray & Harry, the Hausen brothers, on a journey across the seven seas.

lyrics
When the anchor lifts and a ship casts off
And leaves the shore behind it,
There’s nothing on Earth that can compare,
But if there is, we’ll find it.

Sails heave on
Toward the sun.

A daring heart and a break neck pace
And adventure’s what we seek.
Raise your sword and swear that you’ll
Try to honour, serve and please.

And sail the seven seas
All four corners crossed.

Late at night
A gaze ten stars out
Sits a lonely girl I left
But I cannot stop to sulk

‘Cause a daring heart and a breakneck pace
And adventure’s what I choose.
I’ll raise my sword and swear that I’ll
Soar above the depths from which I rose.

Sail the seven seas
All four corners round.
Straight out to the edge
‘Til the Earth is round.
(in a couple of hundred years)
Take it away, Columbus!

credits
from Songs From Ruffus The Dog, released 24 May 2010
Composer: J. P. Houston
Vocals: Robert Mills, Bob Stutt & Fred Stinson

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