Here are my memories of this very old and classic clip made by Jim Henson: It starts with the kids off-screen sing "1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10." then backwards. Then any sponsored number flashes toward us and we get to see how many any number is. After that, it ends with the baker falling down the stairs and spills the number of desserts. After the baker fell, the kids off-screen would sing, "And that's the song of 1 (or 2, or 3, or 4, etc.) I remembered seeing #2, #3, #4 and #7 and I listened to #6 in the middle of this year and the lyrics of #10 are on the Sesame Street Unpaved book, but they are not official. I watched #2 and #3 on the Preimere episode, #7 on the 1980 episode at Central High School, and #4 on Sesame Street Unpaved#560 at the Museum of Television and Radio weeks ago. I also listened to #3 on Muppet Central Radio, too! Here are the things I remembered (but I didn't recall #7) how many any number was. 2- ice cream cones, turtles, hats, heads, butterflies and today's dessert: chocolate cream pies 3- balls, peas, crocodilles, eggs, little pigs and today's dessert: birthday cakes 4- dolls, balloons, fish, wrenching toys, arms and today's dessert: root beer floats 6- chicks, squares, flying stuff (?), cats, cameras and today's dessert: strawberry shortcakes Do you remember what desserts the baker is carrying and the things that are many any other number is? Please let me know!