There's a Hippo in My Tub

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There's a Hippo in My Tub
Studio album by Anne Murray
Released 1977
Genre Country, children's music
Label Capitol
Producer Pat Riccio Jr.
Anne Murray chronology
Keeping In Touch
(1976)
There's a Hippo in My Tub
(1977)
Let's Keep It That Way
(1978)

There's a Hippo in My Tub is a 1977 children's album by Anne Murray. Though the album did not make any of the major charts in the U.S. or Canada, it was certified Platinum in Canada. The album was initially reissued in 1979 by Sesame Street Records entitled "Anne Murray Sings for the Sesame Street Generation". It was again reissued in 2001 in CD format by EMI Music Canada, including three extra songs not on the original album. Produced by Pat Riccio Jr.

Track listing (1977)[edit]

  1. "Hey Daddy" (Bob Ruzicka)
  2. "Stars Are the Windows of Heaven"
  3. "Animal Crackers" (Irving Caesar, Ted Koehler)
  4. "Hi-Lili, Hi-Lo" (Bronisław Kaper, Helen Deutsch)
  5. "Why Oh Why (Why, Why, Why)" (Woody Guthrie)
  6. "Teddy Bears' Picnic" (Jimmy Kennedy, John Walter Bratton)
  7. "Inchworm" (Frank Loesser)
  8. "You Are My Sunshine/Open Up Your Heart" (Stuart Hamblen, Charles Mitchell)
  9. "Sleepytime" (John Renton)
  10. "Lullaby Medley: Hush Little Baby/Sleep Child/Brahms Lullaby" (Traditional, Robbie MacNeill)

Track listing (2001 reissue)[edit]

  1. "Hey Daddy" (Bob Ruzicka)
  2. "Stars Are the Windows of Heaven"
  3. "Animal Crackers" (Irving Caesar, Ted Koehler)
  4. "Hi-Lili, Hi-Lo" (Bronisław Kaper, Helen Deutsch)
  5. "Why Oh Why (Why, Why, Why)" (Woody Guthrie)
  6. "Teddy Bears' Picnic" (Jimmy Kennedy, John Walter Bratton)
  7. "Sing High, Sing Low" (Brently Titcomb)
  8. "Inchworm" (Frank Loesser)
  9. "You Are My Sunshine/Open Up Your Heart" (Stuart Hamblen, Charles Mitchell)
  10. "I Can See Clearly Now" (Johnny Nash)
  11. "What a Wonderful World" (Robert Thiele, Jr., George David Weiss)
  12. "Sleepytime" (John Renton)
  13. "Lullaby Medley: Hush Little Baby/Sleep Child/Brahms Lullaby" (Traditional, Robbie MacNeill)

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