Dancing and the dancing.
It’s an Australian waving her hands around.
I would say she’s dancing.
We’ll call her Esme or Beautiful Esme or Baby Beauty.
They’re having a party. A birthday party or a party for a new baby - I’m not having any of those!
There’s a band. They’ve got their trumpets on their laps they’re having fun.
She’s walking down the street. You’d have to sit and look at it for a while.
We used to muck around a fair bit.
I have quite a few friends that would play something on the street.
This guy has a frilled hat on.
She’s obviously playing Jazz. A particular song, it is Jazz.
There’s a lot of people, if they’re her friends, she’s got friends.
Hold my hat.
Parties tonight, for two or three days is quite enough.
In the city, you can get everyone there.
Eventually you can work it out.
You get some lovely people that talk about it.
Anywhere down the main street.
They won’t allow it until you find out what you need to do. You should think about it until you have it in your head.