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As per several talk page discussions, this page needs to be reworked ala International Rubber Duckie. Besides, I took a glance at Sesamstraat (album), and saw that a completely different name was used for that release of the Dutch version anyway. I'll probably get to it later, but if anybody is looking for something to do, they can reformat this (going through Category:International Sesame Street Albums for different countries should yield info on other country's versions (and later, I'll have info on at least one "street" variation of the song from a recent Plaza Sésamo episode). -- Andrew Leal (talk) 04:15, 22 November 2007 (UTC)

Actually, "Bij Ons In De Buurt" is not People in your Neighborhood. "Bij Ons In De Buurt", released on the album Vind Je Me Aardig, was the song In Your Neighborhood, the disco song that was also featured on the American album People in your Neighborhood. The correct title for the Dutch version is "De Mensen Die Je Tegenkomt". -- Jogchem 15:07, 22 November 2007 (UTC)
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