|Written by||Tony Geiss|
"Lambaba" is a Latin-pop-flavored song from Sesame Street. In the song, the Count sings about the dancing sheep he counts before falling asleep. However, he enjoys singing and counting so much, he chooses not to fall asleep.
The song is a spoof of the "Lambada" craze, a popular dance fad that started in 1989.
- Performers include Jerry Nelson (the Count), Richard Hunt, Camille Bonora, Peter MacKennan, Jim Martin, Kathryn Mullen, Carmen Osbahr, Martin P. Robinson, and David Rudman.
- This segment was taped on October 24, 1990, and was directed by Emily Squires.
- Cheep Thrills (1994)
- Platinum All-Time Favorites (1995)
- The Count's Countdown (1997)
- Hot! Hot! Hot! Dance Songs (1997)
- Get Up and Dance (2003, CD sampler)
- Elmo's Dance Party (2012)
- All-Time Favorites 2 (2018)