Father: How about you too? Doing fine?Wokers: Good! Couldn¶t be better!Older boy: (
says childish, trying to persuade his father
) Papaaa. Can I ask something?Father: Go ahead monay!Older boy: Do you think, that maybe, JUST maybe, you could divide the property,and give me a portion of the wealth?Father: But monay«this is my land. Is it necessary for me to do this?Older boy: Please Echachin!Father: Okay monay. But be careful.Older boy: Yeah yeah, sherri, okay. Narrator:
Soon afterwards, the elder son gathered all he had there, andtook a journey off from the farm and went to live on his own. With all the new wealth heacquired, he began living a riotous lifestyle. He began to drink heavily (
pauses to showthat the song is drunk and singing songs with other people
), wasting money, (
shows the son wasting money carelessly
), and soon, he had nothing (
the son¶s friends leave him and the son is left alone on the stage.
) To make matters worse, a famine soon swept the areathat he was in.Older boy:
sad or crying
There is nothing to eat. I¶m alone«with no money. What onEarth can I do (
crys a bit
). I guess« I could go work on someone¶s land for some money.At least I¶ll have somewhere to stay. Narrator The boy took a job feeding pigs. He soon began to realize what he wasdoing wasn¶t worth it at all.Older boy: look at these pigs, they get more food than me. I wish I had somethingatleast. Even the workers in my father¶s house get food for working. I¶m his SON andI¶m here, starving.
There is only one thing I can do. I can go to my father¶shouse and beg him for his mercy.
Exit¶s the stage
Narrator So the son began his journey back home. Meanwhile, on the farm, hisfather begins to show how much he misses his son.Father: (
song http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bYUd28xJRs8plays in thebackground
) Ente mone. How much I miss him. I would do anything to see him again.Older boy
enters the stage. He looks at his dad. The dad comes and hugs the son.