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{{song|writer=|composer=[[Sam Pottle]]|lyricist=[[David Axlerod]]|date=1977|source=|publisher=Sesame Street, Inc. (ASCAP)}}
 
{{song|writer=|composer=[[Sam Pottle]]|lyricist=[[David Axlerod]]|date=1977|source=|publisher=Sesame Street, Inc. (ASCAP)}}
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"'''Count Up to Nine'''" was sung by [[The Count]] and his [[bats]] in their [[Count von Count's Castle|castle]] (with added muscal effects by some distant wolves). It is written in a 1950s do-wop style, as the singer croons to "his baby," pleading that they count up to [[9]].
   
 
==Album releases==
 
==Album releases==
*[[Born to Add (album)]]
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* ''[[Born to Add (album)|Born to Add]]''
*[[The Best of the Count]]
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* ''[[The Best of the Count]]''
*[[The Count's Countdown]]
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* ''[[The Count's Countdown]]''
   
 
==Video releases==
 
==Video releases==
*[[Rock & Roll!]]
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* ''[[Rock & Roll!]]''
   
 
[[Category:Sesame Street Songs]]
 
[[Category:Sesame Street Songs]]

Revision as of 17:15, February 25, 2007

Music by Sam Pottle
Lyrics by David Axlerod
Date 1977
Publisher Sesame Street, Inc. (ASCAP)
Countupto9a

"Count Up to Nine" was sung by The Count and his bats in their castle (with added muscal effects by some distant wolves). It is written in a 1950s do-wop style, as the singer croons to "his baby," pleading that they count up to 9.

Album releases

Video releases

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