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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".
 
*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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*''[[Bert & Ernie Sing-Along]]'' (1975), arranged by Sam Pottle, sung by [[Grover]], [[Cookie Monster]], and [[Herry Monster|Herry]]
 
*''[[Bert & Ernie Sing-Along]]'' (1975), arranged by Sam Pottle, sung by [[Grover]], [[Cookie Monster]], and [[Herry Monster|Herry]]
 
*''[[Kids' Favorite Songs (album)|Kids' Favorite Songs]]'' (1997), sung by [[Mr. Snuffleupagus]]
 
*''[[Kids' Favorite Songs (album)|Kids' Favorite Songs]]'' (1997), sung by [[Mr. Snuffleupagus]]

Revision as of 04:54, August 17, 2008

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

Don Music writes the song "Drive, Drive, Drive Your Car"

"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.
  • Three kids sing "Row, Row, Row Your Boat" as a round in "Elmo's World: Singing".

Muppet Babies

Audio releases

Video releases

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