|Written by||Joe Raposo|
"Over, Under, Around and Through" is sung by Grover about the differences between the prepositions in the song's title. While he's at it, Grover also explains the difference between near and far.
In the version done on the show, Grover goes around, over, under and through a swinging doorway reminiscent of saloon doors. On the version recorded for the album, Grover encourages the listener to look at the record as it goes around.
- The Official Sesame Street 2 Book-and-Record Album
- Grover Sings the Blues
- The Best of Grover
- Cookie Monster and Grover: True Blue
- Songs from the Street: 35 Years of Music
- A Celebration of Me, Grover (album) (broadcast version)
This song was also included as a single, along with "I, Grover".