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Throughout ''Sesame Street''’s long history, many celebrities and musicians have appeared and performed variations of their well-known songs with altered lyrics about educational content. These parodies usually feature the same music as the original song.
 
Throughout ''Sesame Street''’s long history, many celebrities and musicians have appeared and performed variations of their well-known songs with altered lyrics about educational content. These parodies usually feature the same music as the original song.
   
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*"[[Hello, Sammy!]]", a parody of "[[Hello, Dolly!]]" sung by [[Carol Channing]] to [[Sammy the Snake]]
 
*"[[1234]]", a parody of "1234" sung by [[Leslie Feist]]
 
*"[[1234]]", a parody of "1234" sung by [[Leslie Feist]]
 
*"[[Two Princes]]", a parody of "Two Princes" sung by the [[Spin Doctors]]
 
*"[[Two Princes]]", a parody of "Two Princes" sung by the [[Spin Doctors]]

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R.E.M. performs "Furry Happy Monsters".

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Leslie Feist performs "1234".

Sesame Street songs that are parodies of existing songs.

Celebrity Self-Performed Song Parodies

Throughout Sesame Street’s long history, many celebrities and musicians have appeared and performed variations of their well-known songs with altered lyrics about educational content. These parodies usually feature the same music as the original song.

Sound-alike Song Spoofs

The show has spoofed popular-culture with spoofs of well-known songs. These sound-alike parodies feature original, albeit somewhat similar, music to the original (with the exceptions of "Share it Maybe" and "It's Hip to Be a Square", which used the original music).

Other Song Parodies

See also

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