|Music by||Christopher Cerf|
|Lyrics by||Sarah Durkee|
|Publisher||Durkee/Jacobs Inc. (King Dog Music/Jive Durkee Music)|
"On My Pond" is an environmental Sesame Street song sung by Kermit the Frog, about not throwing trash into ponds. He is backed by a group of fish. The pond is constantly polluted by various Anything Muppets (a picnicking family, a garbage man, and a boater) who fill it with trash, smoke, and noise (from a loud radio). Eventually, they realize their mistakes and clean up their trash.
- Performers include Jim Henson (Kermit), Richard Hunt (fish), Kevin Clash (fish), Martin P. Robinson (boater and garbage man), Michael Elizabeth Huston (Kermit's legs), Camille Bonora, Bryant Young, David Rudman, and Fran Brill (the picknickers). Additional fish vocals are supplied by Christopher Cerf and Ivy Austin.
- Sesame Street album releases use a version of the song recorded for the 1988 album Free to Be... a Family. In this version, "the Gurgling Fish" are voiced by Christopher Cerf, Sarah Durkee, and Paul Jacobs. Additional voices are by Jerry Nelson, Camille Bonora, and Doug Epstein.
- Sing-Along Earth Songs (1993, ending cut)
- The Sesame Street Songbook (1992 edition only)
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