Remade with new characters
- Prairie Dawn originally sang it in 1982 with three monsters, and she later sang it in 2001 with The Oinker Sisters.
- Sung by Diana Krall, Elmo and other Muppets in 2001, by Gabi and Miles with various Muppets in 2004, and by Rocco Fiorentino in 2009.
- Remade with new monsters in the early 1970s.
- Originally sung by Herry Monster and Louisey, and later performed by Abby Cadabby and Elmo in a Season 43 insert.
- Sung by Aaron Neville with Ernie (using the original Jim Henson audio track) in Season 25, Shawn Colvin and Ernie in Elmopalooza, and by Telly, Rosita, and Bob in Episode 4031.
- Big Bird sang the song with The Tarnish Brothers as backup in Season 6, and again with The Oinker Sisters in Season 31.
- Sung by Grover, and later covered by Elmo, Gordon, his father, and Miles as a singing group in Season 35.
- Originally sung by Ernie and Elmo, and by Little Red Riding Hood and the Big Bad Wolf in a later segment.
- Originally sung by Ernie and Cookie Monster as an audio track for the album In Harmony: A Sesame Street Record. The song was remade into a segment in the 1990s with Elmo and Zoe. The song was also remade for Learning to Share with Elmo, Zoe, and Big Bird, and with Ernie and Elmo in a later segment.
- Originally performed in Season 22 by a cow and some farm animals, and later in Season 30 by Ruth Buzzi and three Anything Muppets as a vaudeville number.
- Big Bird sang the song in a 1970s episode, and since then the song has been sung at various times by Snuffy, Ernie, Suzie Kabloozie, Elmo, Rosita and others.
- Remade several times during the show's history.
Remade with new footage
- Remade with Big Bird several times.
- Remade as an operatic musical number with Marilyn Horne and the Anything Muppets. Later remade with new footage and a remix of the original audio in Season 30.
- An Ernie and Bert skit from one of the pilot episodes that was readapted in later seasons with different letters.
- Remade with new footage, as well as an alternate vocal take from Joe Raposo, in the 1990s.
- Remade with Sesame Street monsters.
- The original sketch, taped for Season 12, featured Michael Earl as Forgetful, Brian Muehl as Clementine, and Kevin Clash as Buster. The sketch was remade in the mid-1980s, with Richard Hunt performing Forgetful, Clash as Clementine, and Martin P. Robinson as Buster.
- Remade in the second season with green Oscar and in subsequent seasons. All of these remakes have used the soundtrack from The Sesame Street Book & Record.
- Remade in the 1980s, with the original recording.
- Remade in the Season 30 with Steve Whitmire performing Ernie; later included in the video Bedtime with Elmo with new animation by Misseri Studio.
"La La La"
- Remade with new puppetry to the original Jim Henson and Frank Oz audio track.
- Remade with new footage in the 1980s, and later as an animated segment with a rerecorded soundtrack.
- Remade with the blue version of Grover.
- Retaped in Season 25 with celebrity guest cameos. Remade again in Season 33 with Destiny's Child, Elmo, Zoe and Grover.
- Remade with clay animation.
- Remade in Season 2 using the soundtrack from The Sesame Street Book & Record, and later retaped with new puppetry in Season 30.
- Remade in the 1980s with footage of snow leopards, retaining the original Joe Raposo recording.
"The Story of the Princess" / "Princess Sleepy"
- Remade with origami-style animation and vocals by Jerry Nelson.
Remade with new lyrics
- Remade with slightly altered lyrics by Elmo.
- Remade as "Every Kitty Sleeps" for a Suzie Kabloozie insert.
- Originally sung by Bob as "Five Fingers on My Left Hand" and later remade as "Five Monsters in My Family."
- Remade with new lyrics by Big Bird as "I'm No Aardvark, But I'm Still Proud!"
- Remade with new lyrics by Oscar.
- Ernest Grouch visits
- Bob's music lessons
- Elmo in Numberland
- Pretending and making up
- Many Monsters
Remade street scenes
- A scenario concerning Big Bird's sister Esmeralda appears almost identically in episodes 0027, 0539, and 1260, except the person asking Big Bird why he's saying "G" over and over changes from Gordon to Bob to Olivia, respectively.
Remade as new media
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