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[[Image:Rowrowyourboat.jpg|frame|[[Don Music]] writes the song "Drive, Drive, Drive Your Car"]]
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'''"Row, Row, Row Your Boat"''' is a traditional nursery rhyme. The repetitive simple song lends itself easily to both singing in a round and parody lyrics.
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'''"Row, Row, Row Your Boat"''' is a traditional nursery rhyme. The repetitive simple song lends itself easily to both singing in a round and parody lyrics.
   
 
==Sesame Street==
 
==Sesame Street==
*[[Don Music]] has trouble remembering the last word to the song, and eventually rewrites the whole thing as "Drive, drive, drive your car." in a classic ''[[Sesame Street]]'' sketch.
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* [[Don Music]] has trouble remembering the last word to the song, and eventually rewrites the whole thing as "Drive, drive, drive your car." in a classic ''[[Sesame Street]]'' sketch.
*Three kids sing "Row, Row, Row Your Boat" as a round on [[Elmo's World: Singing]]
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* Three kids sing "Row, Row, Row Your Boat" as a round in "[[Elmo's World: Singing]]".
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* In a ''[[Play with Me Sesame]]'' episode [[Grover]] tries to sing the song, but can't get the lyrics right, while [[Prairie Dawn]] plays the piano. He mange to get it right in the end and [[Bert]] and [[Ernie]] joins in.
   
 
==Muppet Babies==
 
==Muppet Babies==
*On the ''[[Muppet Babies]]'' episode [[Episode 208: Musical Muppets|Musical Muppets]], [[Baby Bunsen]] invents a bouncing ball so that [[Baby Beaker]] can follow on-screen words and meep "Row, Row, Row Your Boat".
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* On the ''[[Muppet Babies]]'' episode [[Episode 208: Musical Muppets|Musical Muppets]], [[Baby Bunsen]] invents a bouncing ball so that [[Baby Beaker]] can follow on-screen words and meep "Row, Row, Row Your Boat".
   
==Album Releases==
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==Other performances==
*''[[Bert & Ernie Sing-Along]]'' (1975), arranged by Sam Pottle, sung by [[Grover]], [[Cookie Monster]], and [[Herry]]
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*[[Rowlf the Dog]] and [[Rowlf's Nephew|his nephew]] sang the song on [[The Jimmy Dean Show: Episode 116|the January 9, 1964 episode]] of ''[[The Jimmy Dean Show]]''.
*''[[Kids' Favorite Songs (album)|Kids' Favorite Songs]]'' (1997), sung by [[Mr. Snuffleupagus]]
 
   
==Video Releases==
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==Releases==
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*''[[Bert & Ernie Sing-Along]]'' (1975), arranged by Sam Pottle, sung by [[Grover]], [[Cookie Monster]], and [[Herry Monster|Herry]]
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*''[[Kids' Favorite Songs (album)|Kids' Favorite Songs]]'' (1997), sung by [[Mr. Snuffleupagus]] and [[Elmo]]
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*''[[Kids' Favorite Songs (video)|Kids' Favorite Songs]]''
 
*''[[Kids' Favorite Songs (video)|Kids' Favorite Songs]]''
   
 
{{wikipedia|Row, Row, Row Your Boat}}
 
{{wikipedia|Row, Row, Row Your Boat}}
   
[[Category: Muppet Babies Songs]]
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[[Category: Sesame Street Songs]]
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[[Category:Jimmy Dean Show Songs]]

Revision as of 06:48, October 26, 2018

Rowrowyourboat
Written by Eliphat Oram Lyte
Date 1881
Source The Franklin Square Song Collection

"Row, Row, Row Your Boat" is a traditional nursery rhyme. The repetitive simple song lends itself easily to both singing in a round and parody lyrics.

Sesame Street

  • Don Music has trouble remembering the last word to the song, and eventually rewrites the whole thing as "Drive, drive, drive your car." in a classic Sesame Street sketch.

Muppet Babies

Other performances

Releases

Audio
Video
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