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Discussion in 'Classic Sesame Street' started by scarecroe, Jul 5, 2002.
"A Song From Kermit"
From where does this song originate? Was it released on LP?
Did you hear it on MC Radio too ?
i thought it was real great, And pressume it is a Classic Sesame Street song!
Yeah, it's a cute little song. I know it's from Sesame Street, but I want to know where Phil got it. Was it released on an LP? If not, from what episode did it come from?
"A song from Kermit" was in an episode from 1977.
Cool, thanks. That brings me a little closer to where I want to be. Now, does anyone know the episode number? In those days, the episode numbers were printed at the beginning of the episodes, were they not? (or is that something they just do on Unpaved?)
Phil, what was your soucre for what we hear on MC Radio? LP? An episode taped from Noggin? Could you post the episode number?
"A Song from Kermit" came from a Noggin episode. I'll check my tapes and try to find the exact episode number for you. The song was never released on LP or CD.
Great, thanks Phil, I'd appreciate that. In the interest of keeping tabs on songs that Kermit has sung over the years, it's essential to my well-being!
I might be wrong I think that song is Called "this frog" with kermit & bunch of muppet men singing behide him!!!
No your thinking of the song called 'This Frog', He is thinking about a song called 'A Song From Kermit'.
"A Song from Kermit" is from Sesame Street Unpaved, episode 1056 "Bert's Marching Band". It typically airs on Noggin right before they go to Hawaii if you are looking for a reference point.
Kermit is sitting on a green park bench against a blue sky.
thanks for clearing that up phil!! LOL!!
Excellent! Thanks for looking that up
You can tell I especially like this one. Look at my sig!
Glad I could help you out. I went through a few episodes until I found the right one for you. It is indeed a great song.
Hope all is well.
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