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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.
 
'''"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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[[Category: Muppet Babies Songs]]
 
[[Category: Muppet Babies Songs]]
 
[[Category: Sesame Street Songs]]
 
[[Category: Sesame Street Songs]]

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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

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