(If the single version was previously released on "The Year of Roosevelt Franklin" and had the introduction cut, it'd be on both releases.)
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[[The Kids|Some kids]] are arguing about what the days of the week are, and Roosevelt Franklin shows up to tell them. He sings a song about what he does on every day of the week. Monday through Friday he goes to school, so he can learn his lessons and get smarter. Then on Saturday and Sunday he can play.
 
[[The Kids|Some kids]] are arguing about what the days of the week are, and Roosevelt Franklin shows up to tell them. He sings a song about what he does on every day of the week. Monday through Friday he goes to school, so he can learn his lessons and get smarter. Then on Saturday and Sunday he can play.
   
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*Audio releases had the opening dialogue with the kids cut.
 
*Audio releases had the opening dialogue with the kids cut.
   

Revision as of 03:11, January 24, 2010

Music by Joe Raposo
Matt Robinson
Lyrics by Matt Robinson
Date 1970
Publisher Pickled Pigs Feet, Ltd.
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Template:Firstbox "Days of the Week" is a Sesame Street song sung by Roosevelt Franklin.

Some kids are arguing about what the days of the week are, and Roosevelt Franklin shows up to tell them. He sings a song about what he does on every day of the week. Monday through Friday he goes to school, so he can learn his lessons and get smarter. Then on Saturday and Sunday he can play.

Notes

  • Audio releases had the opening dialogue with the kids cut.

Releases

Audio
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