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Songs from Sesame Street
Released 1982
Format LP
Label Sesame Street Records
Cat no. CTW 22098

Sesame Street Sing-Along! is a sequel to 1975's Bert & Ernie Sing-Along. This time, Ernie and Bert are driving a bus out to a farm owned by Bert's Uncle Louie. Along the way, as they stop to pick up the rest of the Sesame Street gang, they pass the time by singing songs. At the end of Side 1, the bus runs out of gas and Ernie and Bert had to stop at a gas station to fill it up.

The album was then partially adapted into an episode of the show during season 14 (Episode 1808). Though the episode drops the premise of Ernie and Bert's bus ride, it features many of the songs performed on the album.

Track listing

Side One

  1. Let's Sing a Song That Everybody Knows/The Bear Went Over the Mountain/The Eensy Weensy Spider/The Alphabet Song/George Washington Bridge - Ernie and Bert
  2. Let's Go Driving - Gordon, Susan, Bert and Ernie
  3. This Old Man - The Count and Everybody
  4. Sing After Me - Big Bird and Everybody
  5. Sesame Street Theme/The People in Your Neighborhood - Bob and Everybody
  6. Six Little Grouches - Oscar the Grouch and Everybody
  7. Tongue Twister - Maria with Bob, Big Bird, Gordon and Everybody

Side Two

  1. Join Into the Game - Cookie Monster, Ernie, Maria, Grover, Mr. Hooper and Everybody
  2. Bingo - The Honkers and Everybody
  3. Take Me Out to the Ball Game - Mr. Hooper, Ernie and Everybody
  4. I Got Me a Rooster - Susan, Bob, Big Bird, Ernie and Bert
  5. Rubber Duckie/I Love Trash/Everyone Makes Mistakes - Ernie, Oscar, Big Bird and Everybody
  6. Hush, Little Baby - Bob
  7. There's a Hole in the Bottom of the Sea - Grover and Everybody
  8. The More That We're Together/Let's Sing a Song That Everybody Knows - Gordon, Susan, Cookie Monster, Ernie and Everybody




  • When Golden Music re-released the cassette in 1993 as A Sesame Street Sing-Along, the track order was slightly altered. The song "Six Little Grouches" was moved to Side 2, and songs "Join Into the Game" and "Take Me Out to the Ballgame" (both in which Mr. Hooper was heard) were removed, probably due to Mr. Hooper's death which occurred shortly after the original release.
  • This was the final album featuring Will Lee as Mr. Hooper.

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