|Written by||Christopher Cerf|
|Publisher||Splotched Animal Music Co.|
In this spoof of Run–D.M.C.'s version of the Aerosmith song "Walk This Way," Cookie Monster rhymes about the importance of eating more than just cookies. In the original version of the song, Cookie Monster is backed up by the Fly Girls, a group of Singing Food comprised of a pineapple, an apple, a loaf of bread, a pear, and a stalk of broccoli.
The audio version includes some instrumentation not heard in the video version, including a string section in the second and third verses, and a horn section in the final chorus.
- The original segment was taped on September 11, 1987, and was directed by Jon Stone. The Wyclef Jean version was taped on August 18, 2004, and was directed by Victor DiNapoli.
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- Healthy Habits Collection (2013)
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- Cookie Monster Mix! (2019)
- Monster Hits! (1990)
- Shalom Sesame: Aleph-Bet Telethon (partially in Hebrew as "M'Zoan Bree-oot")
- Let's Eat!: Funny Food Songs (1999)
- Happy Healthy Monsters (2005) -- Version with Wyclef Jean
- Furry, Fun and Healthy Too (2008)
- Best of Friends (2012, ending edited)
- Online (original version)
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