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Please Help!--Trying to recall a Sesame Street/Elec. Co. song

Discussion in 'Classic Sesame Street' started by eospictureguy, Sep 22, 2002.

  1. eospictureguy

    eospictureguy New Member

    Can anyone tell me the title and show of origin for the song which starts with "123456789, 10, 11, 12"- I can't remember and it's driving me nuts. Thanks so much, Steve:)
     
  2. Daffyfan2003

    Daffyfan2003 Well-Known Member

    Reply

    I think that's usually referred to as the "number pinball segment."
     
  3. eospictureguy

    eospictureguy New Member

    Thanks a bunch,Daffy! Is it from Sesame Street or Electric Co.? And was there a particular character who sang it?--Thanks again, Steve
     
  4. Ol' Buddy Bert

    Ol' Buddy Bert New Member

    It's the Pinball Number Count from Sesame Street.

    For some reason I have in my mind that the Pointer Sisters were the vocalists on that interstitial.

    that's about it
     
  5. roadrat15

    roadrat15 New Member

    Yeah, they did a lot of those 'pinball' skits. Some of our fellow
    'posters' were freaked out by them as kiddies.
     

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