|Written by||Jeff Moss|
|Publisher|| Festival Attractions, Inc.|
Backfin Music Company
"Let's Go Driving" is a Sesame Street song about the sounds the car makes, including the motor, the horn, the windshield wipers and the people singing.
- The song first appeared as an audio track on the 1982 album Sesame Street Sing-Along!, sung by Gordon, Susan, Bert and Ernie as they drive out to Uncle Louie's farm. This version was released on several later albums.
- The song was produced as an insert for Sesame Street in season 16, using the same backing track as the album version. It was sung by an Anything Muppet family driving in a convertible. Performers for this version include Martin P. Robinson as the father, Pam Arciero as the daughter, Kevin Clash as the son, and Ivy Austin voicing the mother. (First: Episode 2095)
- In Episode 3952, the song is performed on the stoop of 123 Sesame Street by Gabi, Big Bird, Maria, Elmo, Telly, Lulu, Alan and the Kids.
- In Elmo's World: Bicycles, a brief instrumental of the song is heard during the quiz segment as Zoe rides in her Zoemobile.
- In Episode 4030, the song plays on Oscar the Grouch's car radio whenever he turns the radio on, in an attempt to get Telly to accompany him on a road trip whenever Telly tries to get out of it.
- In Episode 4031, Telly and Baby Bear sing the song on a karaoke machine.
- In Episode 4072, Gabi performs the song on the stoop with Elmo and Zoe, singing as chickens and ducks.
- Big Bird sings brief snippets of the song in Journey to Ernie: Transportation Land.
- Elmo, his dad, and Abby Cadabby sing the song during their car ride in the video Elmo's Travel Songs and Games.
- Elmo and Taye Diggs perform the song in a Season 45 insert as they drive through an imaginary environment. (First: Episode 4502)
- Audio (performed by Gordon, Susan, Bert and Ernie)
- Sesame Street Sing-Along! (1982)
- Elmo's Favorite Sing-Alongs (1993)
- Sing-Along Travel Songs (1996)
- Are We There Yet? (2004)
- Travel Songs (2012)
- Sesame Sings Karaoke (2003)
- Playtime with Grover (2007, superimposed with footage of Grover playing along)
- Elmo's Travel Songs and Games (2011)
- The Best of Elmo 3 (2015, Taye Diggs version)
- Taye Diggs version:
- SesameStreet's YouTube Channel
- Taye Diggs version:
- Elmo's Sing-Along:
- The Sesame Street Songbook (1992 edition only)
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