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Orchestra Play for Me! is the finale song in Long Live the Orchestra!. It was originally written by Emmy Award winning composer Michael Rubin, and originally played on the Bubble Guppies episode, The Unidentified Flying Orchestra!.

Lyrics

Austin:
Let’s kick it off with strings today.

Pablo:
Violins pluck away.

Thomas:
Then add some cellos in the middle.

Tasha:
Cymbals join in with a crash!

Victor:
Drummers grab theirs sticks and bash!

Martin and Andrew:
Add timpani, and bass fiddles!

Henwen:
Flutes float on by,

Ramona:
Horns soar like they can fly!

Sophie:
Trumpets play up high...!

All:
Orchestra, play for me
A beautiful symphony!
Play something dramatic and bright!
Orchestra, play for me
Rhythms and harmonies!
Beautiful music tonight!

Kathy:
Conductors lead with their batons...

Moe:
Stand in front and wave their arms...

Jordan:
To help the players play together

Jason:
They set the tempo fast or slow,
Make ‘em stop! And make ‘em go..

Penny:
So everyone can play together!

Tyrone:
Tubas play down low,

Uniqua:
Up high play the piccolos!

Austin:
And strings play in with their bows...!

All:
Orchestra, play for me
A beautiful symphony!
Play something dramatic and bright!
Orchestra, play for me
Rhythms and harmonies!
Beautiful music tonight!

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