By the storytellers of St. Teresa's in Manchester.
She is Mary and the monkey is Freddie.
They're traveling together and the monkey is very cute.
She's gonna go to the next field and meet her friend.
The monkey is cute and she's gonna take him to do a show.
They are in vaudeville.
The monkey is gonna climb around and he dances and plays the drums.
There's no gas.
Mary says "There's no gas in this plane!"
They're gonna get gas at the airport.
Mary has a husband Fred who works on a farm.
Fred doesn't like Mary's work - he's picky.
She's away too much.
Mary has a brother Jack the pilot.
We hear planes, people talking.
The monkey is chattering.
It is a loud place.
Freddie feels bewildered.
Freddie has a death grip on that airplane.
The monkey looks a little scared.
She's getting the wind in her face.
She looks happy to me.
Mary is patting him, trying to calm him down.
They see airport surroundings and another airplane.
Other airplanes are up in the air looking down.
Maybe she's posing with her little Freddie.
It's clear and sunny.
Little Freddie looks like he's got a heart-shaped face.
Mary is Freddie's family - he was taken away from his family in Africa.
The airport is in Africa - she stole him.
She was lookin' for a pet and chose the monkey, she chose Freddie.
He looks sad.
She found him in the forests of Africa.
She'll give him back to his family - that's the kindest thing to do.
She was caught taking him and had to return him.
Mary feels sad.
Freddie feels scared and confused.
Mary's brother Jack: they don't want them on the plane again. He feels ashamed.
Mary will take the bus home.
Her home is in Kansas.
There is trouble at the border.
Mary can go, the monkey can't.
The monkey can't cross the border, the monkey doesn't have papers.
Mary got arrested at the border.
Poor little Freddie.