|Written by||Tony Geiss|
|Publisher|| Ephemeral Music Company|
Sesame Street Inc.
Kermit sings about the lovely, quiet sounds that you can hear outside at night, including a bullfrog ("Hi, Uncle Ben"), a hoot owl and a mockingbird. At the end of the sketch, he starts to hear louder and more raucous sounds, and he ends up surrounded by a cat, a dog, a bear, and a tiger. It gets too much for Kermit, he decides to go find a quieter swamp.
ASCAP catalogues the song as "When I Listen" with an alternate title of "(When I Listen) In the Quiet of the Evening" while Sesame Street scripts refer to the insert simply as "In the Quiet of the Evening".
- Quiet Time (1997, introduction, second verse and bridge cut)