Ah OK :) Funnily, I almost expected you to say the Illustration credits, because Scarecroe mentioned they were used for #315 as well. OK, so now we're down to 4 Friday episodes to cracking this mystery :)
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Hi, Shane (and other Muppet Wiki members by extension):
I see that you just uploaded an image for a number of episodes on the Wiki called 'I Am A Letter,' about a film describing mail delivery. I was just wondering if this film has a song where some of the lyrics include 'to the post office where it will stay for just one day.' Moreover, I'm not asking you or anyone to look for the actual video clip (though if you do have it, that's great). Rather, I'm just wondering if this clip is the same as the one I'm 'thinking' it is or might be. Thanks in advance to anyone who can help me.
Just wanna remind you that in this thread, which was how the lyricist category was created, Andrew and Wendy decided it was okay to put people who wrote both music and lyrics into both categories. https://muppet.fandom.com/wiki/Thread:266700
Since you uncovered footage of Blue Bird, I asked Rick Lyon if he remembers who did the voice. He doesn't have a clear memory, but he thinks it was David L. Smyrl before he became Mr. Handford. Does the voice sound anything like that to you?
I can kinda hear Smryl, but I'm not 100%. It sounds like they pitched down whoever's voice it was. I thought it was the dude who voiced Sebastian when I first heard it (just imagine more baritone and no accent).