(Props: one toy car, one toy air plane and several paper planes)
RUSTY (Enters) Mine, mine, mine! This toy car is all mine, because it was
given to me on my birthday. It belongs to me and nobody else!
ROCKY (Enters) Happy birthday, Rusty! Hey, that’s a neat car you got. Did
you get it for your birthday?
RUSTY Yes, and it’s mine, Rocky! It was given to me, so I won’t let anyone
play with it but me, (points to self) me, me, me!
ROCKY Alright, if that’s the way you want to play . . ., Oh, would you like to
come to my house? I’ve got two new air planes to play with!
RUSTY O.K.! See ya later! (Rocky exits and Rusty sings the first verse of
“I Have a Toy Car”) Oh, this is so boring, just playing by myself in my
room with my new toy car. Rocky’s such a nice friend and I think he
showed me something I never really thought about before. I’ve been
playing with me toy so much, I’m tired of it, besides, playing with
Rocky’s a lot more fun! And come to think of it, when Jesus was my
age, He never did anything wrong! The Bible even says in Luke 6:38,
“Give and it shall be given unto thee,” so I’m gonna do like the Bible
says and share my toy with Rocky! (Rusty exits)
ROCKY (Rocky enters and sings the second verse of “I Have a Toy Car”)
RUSTY (Rusty enters) Rocky! Rocky! Are you ready to play?
ROCKY Yes, Mom said I could play for a couple of hours.
RUSTY Great, and guess what, Rocky! I brought my brand new toy car! I
want you to play with it, but there’s just one thing . . .
ROCKY What’s that, Rusty?
RUSTY Will you let me play with one of your toy planes?
ROCKY Sure! (Both sing the third verse of “I Have a Toy Car”)
RUSTY That sure was fun, can we do this next week, too?
ROCKY You bet! Maybe I could come over to your house and play?
RUSTY Sounds good to me! (Throw several paper air planes from behind
VOICE Hey, now cut that out, you two!
RUSTY I guess we better go for now! See you later! Bye! (Both quickly exit)
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