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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 they 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 they are divorced or separated). Despite this, she knows she is loved no matter which home she is in.
   
A new version of the song was sung in ''[[Little Children, Big Challenges: Divorce]]'' by a male bird along with his bird parents, and [[Abby Cadabby]].
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A new version of the song was sung in ''[[Little Children, Big Challenges: Divorce]]'' by a male bird ([[John Tartaglia]]) along with his bird parents ([[Leslie Carrara-Rudolph]] and [[Kevin Clash]]), and [[Abby Cadabby]].
   
 
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Revision as of 21:00, December 12, 2012

Music by Stephen Lawrence
Lyrics by Cathi Rosenberg-Turow
Date 1989
Publisher Sesame Street Inc.
File:Bird Family Sesame Street News Flash

"The Bird Family" is a Sesame Street song originally 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 they are divorced or separated). Despite this, she knows she is loved no matter which home she is in.

A new version of the song was sung in Little Children, Big Challenges: Divorce by a male bird (John Tartaglia) along with his bird parents (Leslie Carrara-Rudolph and Kevin Clash), and Abby Cadabby.

Notes

  • The original News Flash segment would be the last to feature Jim Henson as Kermit.[1]

Sources

  1. 1.0 1.1 Sesame Street: A Celebration - 40 Years of Life on the Street, sample page

See also

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