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[[Kermit the Frog]] interviews a small bird in the park, who sings about how her parents live in separate trees (implying their are divorced or separated). Despite this, she knows she is loved no matter which home she is in.
 
[[Kermit the Frog]] interviews a small bird in the park, who sings about how her parents live in separate trees (implying their are divorced or separated). Despite this, she knows she is loved no matter which home she is in.
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This sketch was [[Jim Henson]]'s last performance as Kermit on ''Sesame Street''.
 
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==Notes==
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*This News Flash sketch would be the last to feature [[Jim Henson]] as Kermit.<ref name="40book">''[[Sesame Street: A Celebration - 40 Years of Life on the Street]]'', sample pages</ref>
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*Other performers include [[Fran Brill]] (as the small bird), [[Jerry Nelson]] (as her dad), [[Camille Bonora]], and [[Pam Arciero]].<ref name="40book">''[[Sesame Street: A Celebration - 40 Years of Life on the Street]]'', sample pages</ref>
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==Sources==
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==See also==
 
==See also==

Revision as of 20:27, 22 April 2012

Music by Stephen Lawrence
Lyrics by Cathi Rosenberg-Turow
Date 1989
Publisher Sesame Street Inc.

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"Bird Family" is a Sesame Street song from a News Flash sketch.

Kermit the Frog interviews a small bird in the park, who sings about how her parents live in separate trees (implying their are divorced or separated). Despite this, she knows she is loved no matter which home she is in.

Notes

Sources

See also

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