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The ''[[Sesame Street]]'' cast sang "Jingle Bells" on the [[Christmas]] albums ''[[Merry Christmas from Sesame Street]]'' (1975) and ''[[Sesame Street Christmas Sing-Along]]'' (1984). The song was re-released on CD on ''[[A Sesame Street Christmas]]'' (1995).
 
The ''[[Sesame Street]]'' cast sang "Jingle Bells" on the [[Christmas]] albums ''[[Merry Christmas from Sesame Street]]'' (1975) and ''[[Sesame Street Christmas Sing-Along]]'' (1984). The song was re-released on CD on ''[[A Sesame Street Christmas]]'' (1995).
   
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The familiarity of the public domain song has led to its loose incorporation as an integral part of the "[[Elmo's World]]" format. Each episode closes with [[Elmo]] leading the episode's guests in a rendition of a song, named after the topic of the day, which basically repeats the phrase incessantly to the tune of "Jingle Bells."
   
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Jingle Bells was sung by the Muppets in the 1987 special A Muppet Family Christmas. The song was released on the 1996 CD A Classic Cartoon Christmas.

The Sesame Street cast sang "Jingle Bells" on the Christmas albums Merry Christmas from Sesame Street (1975) and Sesame Street Christmas Sing-Along (1984). The song was re-released on CD on A Sesame Street Christmas (1995).

The familiarity of the public domain song has led to its loose incorporation as an integral part of the "Elmo's World" format. Each episode closes with Elmo leading the episode's guests in a rendition of a song, named after the topic of the day, which basically repeats the phrase incessantly to the tune of "Jingle Bells."

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