The Cat in the Hat - Beautiful Kittenfish - YouTube

Beautiful Kittenfish is a song that only appeared in the 1971 cartoon, The Cat in the Hat. The music is based on Stephen Foster's 1862 parlor song, Beautiful Dreamer.


The Cat in the Hat: Krinkle-fish, old fellow, your little fish nerves are so jumpy-wumpy. Fishenstein, poor fellow, your little heart's going bumpy-wumpy. Fishber, old fellow, I know what you want. You need a small tranquilizer, you do indeed. Poor, troubled Krinkle-fish friend, just relax, close your eyes. Your good old Uncle Cat will now proceed to tranquilize you.
The Cat in the Hat: Beautiful kitten-fish, sleep, baby, sleep. Your eyelids are droopy, bloop, bloop, bloop, bleep, bleep.
The sandman on tiptoes comes creep, creep, creep, creep. Hush your mouth, Shush your mouth, sleep, sleep, sleep, sleep.
Safe in your beddy-bye, sweet dreams to you. With your teddy bear steady by, bloo, bloo, bloo, bloo.
Beautiful kitten-fish, sleep, baby, sleep. Bloop, bloop, bloop, bloop, bloop, bloop, bleep, bleep, bleep, bleep.
Conrad: You sure relaxed Mr. K 
The Cat in the Hat: Yes he needed sweet sleep in his bad-addled brains.

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