|Written by||Jeff Moss|
|Publisher||Festival Attractions, Inc.|
The song teaches the natural reaction of the nose during a cold or flu, or when exposed to an allergic reaction or tickle in the nostrils, leading to a release of those toxins with a sneeze, with the animals demonstrating sneezes throughout the song, eventually ending with the cow sneezing the back up animals out of sight.
- In the original version, the cow is voiced by Marilyn Sokol and puppeteered by David Rudman, who also voices the sheep. Other puppeteers include Jim Martin (sheep), Carmen Osbahr (pig), and Martin P. Robinson (horse).
- The original version was taped on October 24, 1990, and was directed by Emily Squires. The remake was taped on January 19, 1999, and was directed by Victor DiNapoli.