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[[Connie Stevens]] sang '''"(They Long to Be) Close to You"''' to [[Kermit]] and [[Fozzie]] during the [[Talk Spots|Talk Spot]] from [[Episode 102: Connie Stevens|Episode 102]] of ''[[The Muppet Show]]''. This was the only Talk Spot in the first season to use a couch instead of a wall as the set.
 
[[Connie Stevens]] sang '''"(They Long to Be) Close to You"''' to [[Kermit]] and [[Fozzie]] during the [[Talk Spots|Talk Spot]] from [[Episode 102: Connie Stevens|Episode 102]] of ''[[The Muppet Show]]''. This was the only Talk Spot in the first season to use a couch instead of a wall as the set.
   

Revision as of 20:23, June 1, 2006

Music by Burt Bacharach
Lyrics by Hal David
Date 1970
Source Dionne Warwick

Connie Stevens sang "(They Long to Be) Close to You" to Kermit and Fozzie during the Talk Spot from Episode 102 of The Muppet Show. This was the only Talk Spot in the first season to use a couch instead of a wall as the set.

It was also performed in Episode 505. As a male Muppet sings the song to his lady friend, the birds, stars, and angels mentioned in the lyrics appear -- and then get stuck to the woman.

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