One day a taniwha…

“One day a taniwha / went swimming in the moana-”

“NO! Not wimming in da mooona, wimming in da Waikadto!”

“Ok, one day a taniwha / went swimming in the Waikato”

“No, wimming in da moana AND da Waikadto”

“…went swimming in the moana and the Waikato, he whispered softly in my taringa-”

“me have dtaringa! Me have dtaringa on me head!”

“Yeah, you do have taringa, they’re for listening. Um. Oh won’t you come with me, there’s such a lot to see, underneath the deep blue sea”

“Sailor wendt to sea sea sea song! Not dtaniwha song!”

“A sailor went to sea sea sea to see what he could see see see but all that he could see see see was the bottom of the ocean sea sea sea. Goodnight, time for sleep now, love you lots, lie down for sleep now my darling.”

“Want dtaniwha song one more dtaniwha song, one day a dtaniwha, only want it Mummy, one more yast one, only one more song. Mummy sing one day a dtaniwha one more time, peaaaase Mummy sing it!”

“Ok, last one then Mummy will say goodnight and shut the door. One day a taniwha, went swimming in the Waikato-”

“No, wimming in da moana!!!!”

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