I think you can talk to Jacob Bergman to draw a picture of Jeff sleeping on his pillow and Dorothy in the never-before-seen Wiggly, Wiggly Christmas video clip. You see, I drew a picture of Jeff sleeping.
Yes , You can , We should see Murray gets his new acoustic guitar for Christmas after Anthony got a new trumpet from Santa Claus in a deleted scene of the Wiggly , Wiggly Christmas 1997 video , What do you think Daniel?
I'll bet Murray sings this song while playing the Red Starry Guitar in some parts. There is also a character in the Christmas video since none of us had seen it. It's Rosie, Dorothy's teddy bear and she is brown just like Wags. And another thing. Jeff is sleeping on his pillow at the beginning of one short clip while Dorothy wakes him up.
It sure would be nice if we could see a Wiggles song clip called "Reindeer Express". That's where this music video, a sequence before "Christmas Picnic" and the never-before-seen clips of "Wiggly, Wiggly Christmas" were filmed at the same time because of Jeff's Purple Armchair. There are also never-before-seen clips such as the 1996 "It's a Christmas Party on the Goodship Feathersword" video, the 1997 version of Romp Bomp a Stomp which is promoting for the Wiggles Movie and a live Disneyland program. There will also be short clips of the Wiggly, Wiggly Christmas videos shown on television. I'll show you the list.
Wags and Anthony's Presents
Greg and Captain's Presents
Murray and Henry's Presents
Jeff and Dorothy's Presents - Starring a Never-Before-Seen Character named Rosie, Dorothy's teddy bear
And what if there's a Wiggles Toot Toot! concert aired on television on December 1998 with never-before-seen deleted scenes such as "Boom Boom"?
Wow , That's sounds like fun , While i'm uploading Murray gets a new acoustic guitar for Christmas would you like to start the airing of the TV rare promo in the recording studio of "Quack Quack" on ABC TV and Channel 7.
I want to tell you something. On December 1996, the Wiggles wrote a song about Captain Feathersword, ducks and roosters called "Quack Quack" at the Seymour Centre. Jeff Fatt and Dominic Lindsay recorded the music such as piano and trumpet, along with a programmed cowbell on Jeff's keyboard. After they recorded the music, the Wiggles wrote the lyrics. When they first performed this song live, vocals and guitar played by Murray were added. Some people say this performance was the earliest of all 'cause it's located on the Wiggledance! videotape. Am I right, Thomas?
I want to tell you something. On December 1996, the Wiggles wrote a song about Captain Feathersword called "Quack Quack". Jeff Fatt and Dominic Lindsay recorded the music such as piano and trumpet, along with a programmed cowbell on Jeff's keyboard. When the Wiggles first performed this song live at the Seymour Centre, vocals and guitar were added.
It's a petition about the Wiggles' new Wiggly Nostalgic Years DVD. You see, before I started making plans of this DVD, Greg, Jeff and Murray announced that they're getting out of business next year. Why don't you sign this up? I hope we'll get to see rarities like an uncut version of Wiggledance with Vini, Vini and never-before-seen music videos such as "Guess What?" and "Reindeer Express".