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Barney Home Video
Round and Round We Go
Release Date August 27, 2002
Rereleased Yes (under the title "Fun on Wheels")
Available on DVD Yes
Written by Stephen White
Directed by Jim Rowley
Run Time 41 Minutes
Barney's Beach Party
Going Places with Barney

Round and Round We Go is a Barney Home Video that was released on August 27, 2002. On September 22, 2009, it was re-released under a different title, "Fun on Wheels".


When Robert bends a wheel cleaning his grandfather's old bike, Barney suggests him and the other kids visit with his friend, "Pop Wheely". Pop Wheely absolutely loves wheels and anything that has to do with transportation--and he just happens to run a wheel factory. As Pop Wheely's magical machine cranks out a new wheel for Robert's bike, "Pop Wheely" lets Barney and his friends test new wheels for his bus, his horse wagon, his ship, his train, and airplanes as they learn about street and bike safety along the way. Finally, everyone is back in the tree house putting the finishing touches on Robert's newly renovated bike.


Song List

  1. Barney Theme Song
  2. This Is The Way
  3. A Circle's Shape is Round
  4. Pop Wheely's Got a Way to Go
  5. Oh, When We March
  6. Big and Little
  7. The Wheels on the Bus
  8. Look Both Ways
  9. She'll Be Coming Around the Mountain
  10. Sailing Medley: I'd Love to Sail/The Fishing Song
  11. Riding on a Bike
  12. Down By the Station
  13. Hey, Look at Me! I Can Fly!
  14. This Is The Way (Reprise)
  15. I Love You

Barney Songs That Debuted In This Video

  1. A Circle's Shape is Round
  2. Pop Wheely's Got A Way To Go


  • This video was originally called "Barney's Wheels, Wings & Waves".
  • This video marked:
  • On the front video cover of this, Barney is seen riding a bike with Baby Bop. However, in Differences, Barney is unable to ride a bike, because he is too big (his weight breaks the tires off).
  • This video is closed-captioned by Media Access Group at WGBH.
  • In "Barney's Dino Dancin' Tunes", the segment for "Hey, Look at Me! I Can Fly!" is shown. However, the arrangement is different than the "Round and Round We Go" one; (as it wasn't released yet when Barney's Dino Dancin' Tunes came out).
  • According to Barney's Dino Dancin' Tunes, the prototype name for this video was Barney's Wings, Wheels & Waves.
  • Although the video was released 2002, the closing credits said "2000" (which it was filmed and produced that year.) It means when this video finished production in 2000, it was delayed until 2002.
  • The version of "I Love You" is similar to the version from the rendition used in the "Barney's Sleepytime Songs" album. Except this time, it has an increased tempo. 
  • On November 22, 2002, this video was featured in the Blockbuster Exclusive video, "On The Move with Barney" (along with "Barney's Adventure Bus").
  • Fun on Wheels contains a menu, unlike the 2002 DVD release of this.
  • The UK VHS just ends with the Still HIT Entertainment Logo and no trailers.
  • Although David Joyner will no longer play Barney on the Television series, He would later play Barney in some live shows and personal appearances.



Barney Round and Round (2003) - Trailer01:57

Barney Round and Round (2003) - Trailer

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