List of songs from Sesame Street

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This is a list of songs from Sesame Street. It includes songs written for or used on the TV show.

List of songs[edit]

People contributing significant numbers of songs to the show include Joe Raposo, Christopher Cerf, and Jeff Moss.

  • "'A' You're Adorable", sung by Guy Smiley (Jim Henson)
  • "A Little Bit", written and sung by Joe Raposo
  • "A New Way to Walk", sung by The Oinker Sisters, written by Joe Raposo and Mark Saltzman. Later Performed by Destiny's Child. Written by Joe Raposo.
  • "ABC-DEF-GHI", sung by Big Bird (Caroll Spinney), written by Jon Stone and Joe Raposo
  • "Ain't No Road Too Long", by Waylon Jennings, in Follow That Bird
  • "Adventure", sung by En Vogue, written by Christopher Cerf.
  • "African Alphabet", sung by Ladysmith Black Mambazo and Paul Simon and Kermit the Frog (Jim Henson). Written by Joe Raposo.
  • "African Animal Alphabet"
  • "The Alligator King", written and animated by Bud Luckey with lyrics by Don Hadley, sung by Turk Murphy and Bud Luckey. Later sung by Jerry Nelson and Richard Hunt as both characters, for "The Count Counts".
  • "Air", written by Joe Raposo and Luis Santeiro, performed by Bip Bippadotta (Jim Henson)
  • "Air", written by Emily Kingsley and Christopher Cerf, performed by Guy Smiley (Jim Henson)
  • "Alone Song" written by Sam Pottle. Later sung by Big Bird.
  • "Alphabet Jungle" written by Dennis Scott
  • "Antarctica" written by Emily Kingsley and Christopher Cerf
  • "'B' is for Bubble" (sung to the tune of "Three Blind Mice" and features kids blowing bubbles).
  • "Baa Baa Bamba", sung by Luis (Emilio Delgado) and the Muppet sheep and other animals. In the tune of La Bamba. Written by Joe Raposo and Luis Santeiro.
  • "Baking a Cake", Animated by Paul Fierlinger using the same stop-motion animation used on Teeny Little Super Guy.
  • "Barn in the USA", sung by Bruce Stringbean (Christopher Cerf) and the S. Street Band; written by Christopher Cerf and Emily Kingsley.
  • "The Batty Bat", sung by Count von Count (Jerry Nelson); written by Joe Raposo.
  • "Be My D", sung by Didi O'Dey and the Dew Drops, and written by Donald Alan Siegal and Luis Santeiro.
  • "Beep", sung by two Anything Muppets, written by Sam Pottle and Emily Kingsley
  • "Beginning Middle and End", sung by Paul Jacobs to the tune of And She Was by Talking Heads. Animated by Sally Cruikshank.
  • "Bein' A Pig", sung/written by Joe Raposo.
  • "Bein' Green", sung by Kermit the Frog (Jim Henson), later covered by Frank Sinatra, Van Morrison and many others; written by Joe Raposo
  • "Believe in Yourself", covered by NSYNC. It was also covered by Ray Charles, Diana Ross, The Neville Brothers, and other artists. Written by Joe Raposo.
  • "Bert's Blanket", Sung by The Muppet sheep and Bert (Frank Oz) as they learn how the blanket is made from a sheep's wool. Written by Christoper Cerf and Sara Compton.
  • "Between", sung by Jeff Redd. Later covered by Wayne Brady.
  • "Big, Bigger, Biggest", written by Christopher Cerf
  • "Birthday Emotions" sung by John Pizzarelli; written by John Pizzarelli and Luis Santeiro
  • "Black Eye Peas", accompanying by a short film on how glass bottles get recycled. Written by Graham Preskett.
  • "Blue Nosed Gopher", accompanying by a short film on how newspapers get recycled. Written by Graham Preskett.
  • "The Boogie-Woogie Piggies", sung by The Oinker Sisters, written by Tony Geiss
  • "Born to Add", sung by Bruce Stringbean (Christopher Cerf) and the S. Street Band; written by Christopher Cerf
  • "Bounce Back", sung by Lillian Lillias White; Animated by Paul Fierlinger using the same stop motion animation used on Teeny Little Super Guy
  • "Brushing Down the Doggies", sung by Cecille
  • "Budgie #10 Song", sung by Gene Barretta; written by Gene Barretta
  • "But I Like You", sung by Bert and Ernie (Frank Oz and Jim Henson); written by Jeff Moss
  • *C in Space", sung by Gene Barretta; written by Gene Barretta
  • "C Is For Cookie", sung by Cookie Monster (Frank Oz); written by Joe Raposo, original version directed by Jim Henson.
  • "Calcutta Joe" sung by Jim Thurman, written by Jeff Hale and Anna Dibble
  • "Captain Vegetable", sung by the Captain himself (Jim Henson); written by Jeff Moss
  • "Caribbean Amphibian", from Elmopalooza; performed by Kermit the Frog and Jimmy Buffett; written by Mark Saltzman
  • "Chapel Hat Pegs" sung by Haji Jones, Irish Mike, and Snuffleupagus.
  • "Chopsticks", sung by Kevin Clash with a footage of people eating food with chopsticks.
  • "Circles", sung by Herry and Cookie Monster; written by Jeff Moss. Included on "Sesame Street 2 - Original Cast"
  • "Comb Your Face", sung by Furline Huskie (Richard Hunt). Written by Joe Raposo and Sara Compton
  • "Cooperation Makes It Happen" sung by Anything Muppets
  • "Count it Higher" - written and sung by Little Chrissy Christopher Cerf, with backup vocals by The Alphabeats (Richard Hunt, Jerry Nelson, and Jeff Moss)
  • "Count Me In" - written by Emily Perl Kingsley and Jason Kingsley, composed by Kenny Vaughn
  • "The Coconut Counting Man", sung by Harry Belafonte with Count Von Count (Jerry Nelson), written by Christopher Cerf
  • "Cow Dog Song", ("I'm a hard working dog") - produced, directed, scored, and sung by Fred Wardenburg.
  • "Daddy Dear" (The `D' Song) music by Bud Luckey, lyrics by Donald Hadley
  • "Danger's No Stranger", sung by How Now Brown and the Moo Wave. Written by Christopher Cerf and Jon Stone.
  • "Diner Letter P"
  • "Diner Letter R"
  • "Do De Rubber Duck" sung by Ernie (Jim Henson), with Telly (Martin P. Robinson), Oscar (Caroll Spinney), Kermit the Frog (Jim Henson), The Count (Jerry Nelson), Elmo (Kevin Clash), Biff (Jerry Nelson), Guy Smiley (Jim Henson), Gladys the Cow (Richard Hunt), and Hoots the Owl (Kevin Clash); written by Christopher Cerf and Norman Stiles
  • "Do the Dog", sung by Prairie Dawn with a chorus "woofed" by Barkley, written by Christopher Cerf and Joey Mazzarino.
  • "A Bark in the Dark"
  • "Doin' the Pigeon", sung by Bert (Frank Oz); written by Joe Raposo.
  • "Doll House", written by Alan Robert Scott, Marilyn Lang Scott and Keith Vernon Textor.
  • "Do Op Hop", sung by Kermit the Frog (Jim Henson) with backup vocals by Ivy Austin and Cheryl Hardwick; written by Christopher Cerf and Norman Stiles
  • "Don't Be Afraid", sung by Paul Jacobs. Animated by Paul Fierlinger using the same stop motion animation used on Teeny Little Super Guy.
  • "Don't Walk (That's what the sign says)", Sung by Patti LaBelle and the Sweeties.
  • "Don't Walk", Sung by a Bridegroom (Christopher Cerf), Written by Christopher Cerf and Sarah Durkee.
  • "Don't Waste Water", sung by Jerry Nelson
  • "Down Below The Street", Sung by Take 6.
  • "Dressed Up", sung/written by Joe Raposo.
  • "Easy Goin' Day", sung by Big Bird (Caroll Spinney), from Follow That Bird
  • "Eating", sung by Joe Raposo. The song features Raposo singing with himself, created through double-tracking.
  • "Eating Cookies All Seasons", sung by Cookie Monster (Frank Oz), Sung to the tune of Makin' Whoopee by Eddie Cantor.
  • "Eight Penny Candy Man," sung/written/animated by Bud Luckey with lyrics by Don Hadley. Later sung by Northern Calloway on "The Count Counts."
  • "Eighteen Sandwiches", sung by a female to the tune of I'm Eighteen by Alice Cooper
  • "Elmo & The Lavender Moon", sung by Los Lobos
  • "Elmo's Song", sung by Elmo (Kevin Clash); written by Tony Geiss
  • "Exercise", sung by Betty Lou(Fran Brill), Grover (Frank Oz) and a chorus of generic Muppets; a parody of "Physical" by Olivia Newton-John , written by Cheryl Hardwick and Maggie Bloomfield.
  • "Everybody Eats", sung/written by Joe Raposo.
  • "Everybody Sleeps", sung/written by Joe Raposo.
  • "Everybody's Song", sung by The Androoze Sisters with Bip Bippadotta, written by Jeff Moss.
  • "Everyone Likes Ice Cream", written by Jeff Moss.
  • "Everyone Makes Mistakes", sung by Big Bird (Caroll Spinney), written by Jeff Moss.
  • "Face Facts", sung by Lillian (Lillias White)
  • "Fat Cat Sat Hat"
  • "Feeling All Right With Five", to accompany a film on swimming penguins, first season
  • "Five People in My Family" (also "Five Monsters in My Family"), written by Jeff Moss and sung by a Muppet family.
  • "Follow the Arrows", sung by Luis (Emilio Delgado); written by Peter Howard and Emily Kingsley
  • "Follow Directions", sung by Paul Jacobs; animated by Paul Fierlinger using the same stop motion animation used for Teeny Little Super Guy.
  • "Four Big Lions," sung/written/animated by Bud Luckey with lyrics by Don Hadley.
  • "From Your Head", sung by Diane Schuur and Elmo, included on Songs From The Street Written by Jeff Moss
  • "Fruit Song", sung/written by Joe Raposo.
  • "Funny Farm," sung/written/animated by Bud Luckey with lyrics by Don Hadley.
  • "Game of Make Believe", sung by Cecille
  • "The Garbage Man Blues"
  • "Get Your Body Busy", performed by Baby Tooth and the Funky Funk
  • "Goodbye Garbage!", aired in episode #198
  • "Good Morning, Mister Sun", sung by Big Bird
  • "Grasshopper", waltz instrumental by Joe Raposo, features a piano and harpsichord, created for an animal film
  • "Green Grows The Rushes Go", sung by Uncle Edgar the Turtle and his kids. Animated by Buzzco Associates.
  • "Grow High, Grow Low" sung by Ernie (Jim Henson), with a tomato (Camille Bonora), a potato (Jerry Nelson), a lettuce (Richard Hunt), a zucchini (Martin P. Robinson), and a beet (Kevin Clash). Written by Joe Raposo and Luis Santeiro
  • "Habanera", an aria from the opera Carmen by Bizet, sung by a stop-motion animated orange lady.
  • "Hand Talk", sung by 14 Karat Soul, written by Christopher Cerf and Nancy Sans
  • "Happy Tappin' with Elmo", sung by Elmo (Kevin Clash); written by Christopher Cerf. Included on "Platinum All-Time Favorites"
  • "Healthy Food" sung by Cookie Monster (Frank Oz); written by Christopher Cerf
  • "Here We Are" sung by two cartoon cacti. Animated by Julie Zammarchi
  • "Hey, Diddle Diddle (The Cat in the Fiddle)"; Sung by Uncle Edgar the Banjo playing turtle and his kids. Animated by Buzzco Associates.
  • "Hey Food" sung by Cookie Monster (Frank Oz) and The Beetles (Richard Hunt) and Christopher Cerf, to the tune of Hey Jude by The Beatles. written by Christopher Cerf and Norman Stiles.
  • "Heavy and Light". sung by Elmo and Telly, written by Christopher Cerf and Sarah Durkee.
  • "Hawk", instrumental by Joe Raposo, created for an animal film
  • "Hold My Hand" sung by Hootie and the Blowfish with muppets and kids teaching them to hold their hands to their adults while crossing a street.
  • "Home to Me", Sung by three anything muppets about their home. Written by Joe Raposo.
  • "The Honker Duckie Dinger Jamboree" sung by Ernie (Jim Henson); written by Christopher Cerf and Norman Stiles
  • "Honk Around the Clock", sung by Christopher Cerf as he accompany the honkers. Written by Christopher Cerf and Tony Geiss
  • "I Am a Fine Musician"
  • "I Am The World", sung by Gloria Globe
  • "I Am Chicken", sung by a Chicken
  • "I Can Sing", sung by Herry Monster and an Anything Muppet named Louisey.
  • "(I Can't Get No) Cooperation", Sung by The Cobble Stones (Christopher Cerf). Sung to the tune of (I Can't Get No) Satisfaction by The Rolling Stones. Written by Christopher Cerf and Sharon Lerner.
  • "Dance Myself To Sleep" sung by Ernie. Written by Christopher Cerf and Norman Stiles
  • "I Don't Want to Live on the Moon", sung by Ernie (Jim Henson), written by Jeff Moss
  • "I Heard My Dog Bark", Sung by Gordon (Roscoe Orman) with kids in their animal costumes (and their represent animal sounds). Written by Jeff Moss.
  • "I Love My Chair"
  • "I Love My Elbows" sung by Kermit the Frog (Jim Henson); written by Paul Jacobs and Sarah Durkee
  • "I Love Trash" sung by Oscar the Grouch (Caroll Spinney); written by Jeff Moss
  • "I Want to Be Me", sung by Cecille
  • "I Wonder About the World Above Up There", sung by Kermit the Frog (Jim Henson); written by Donald Alan Siegal
  • "If I Knew You Were Comin' I'd've Baked a Cake", sung by Ernie (Jim Henson) and Cookie Monster (Frank Oz)
  • "If I Were", sung by Kermit the Frog; written by Stephen Lawrence and David Axlerod
  • "I'll Love You in Spring Time", sung by Guy Smiley (Jim Henson), written by Jeff Moss
  • "I'm an Aardvark", written/sung by Joe Raposo
  • "I'm an Earthworm", sung by Slimey (Martin P. Robinson), written by Tony Guiss.
  • "I'm Gonna Get to You", sung by Cecille
  • "I'm Pretty", sung by David (Norman Calloway), written by Joe Raposo.
  • "I'm Proud to Be a Cow", sung by Gladys the Cow (Richard Hunt), written by Tony Geiss
  • "I'm So Blue", sung by Big Bird (Caroll Spinney), from Follow That Bird
  • "I'm Under the Weather Over You", sung by Polly Darton
  • "Imagination Song", sung by Ernie (Jim Henson) and Bert (Frank Oz), Written by Joe Raposo
  • "Imagine That", sung by Ernie; written by Jeff Moss
  • "In and Out Crowd", music by Christopher Cerf, with lyrics by Sarah Durkee. Animated by Sally Cruikshank
  • "In and Out Disco" A Monster Disco segment where Frazzle learns to dance in the In Doors and out the Out Doors.
  • "In My Book". Sung by Jerry Nelson; written by Jeff Moss
  • "In The Library", sung by David (Norman Calloway), written by Joe Raposo.
  • "In Your Imagination", sung by Elmo
  • "Indian U Call", Sung by Nelson (Steve Whitmire) and Jeanette (Karen Prell) to the tune of Indian U Call by Nelson Eddy and Jeanette MacDonald.
  • "Infinity (That's About the Size of It)" sung/written/animated by Bud Luckey
  • "It Ain't Heavy, It's My Feather", a spoof of "He Ain't Heavy, He's My Brother", sung by an animated chicken (Ivy Austin)
  • "It's Hip To Be a Square", a spoof of Huey Lewis And The News' "Hip To Be Square", sung by an animated red square (Paul Jacobs)
  • "It's Ookyook (It's Cold Outside)", sung by an Alaskan girl dressing up for winter, Written by Joe Raposo.
  • "It's Time for a Rhyme"
  • "Italian Street Song", sung by Placido Flamingo (Richard Hunt) and the All-Animal Orchestra. Conducted by Seiji Ozawa. From the operetta, Naughty Marietta by Victor Herbert.
  • "Jellyman Kelly", sung by James Taylor and a group of kids, written by James Taylor and Sarah Taylor.
  • "J Jump", sung/written by Joe Raposo.
  • "Jump Jive", sung by Cab Calloway with The Two-Headed Monster (Jerry Nelson and Richard Hunt).
  • "Kids Just Love to Brush", Sung by The Bicuspids (Ivy Austin) to the tune of Girls Just Want to Have Fun by Cyndi Lauper.
  • "Kids with Wings", sung by Abby Cadabby (Leslie Carrara-Rudolph)
  • "Ladybugs' Picnic", written/animated by Bud Luckey with lyrics by Don Hadley, sung by Jerry Nelson
  • "Letter B", sung by The Beetles; to the tune of Let It Be by The Beatles, written by Christopher Cerf
  • "The Letter N", sung by Nick Normal (Jerry Nelson) and the Nickmatics; written by Stephen Lawrence and Mark Saltzman.
  • "Lincoln Park Zoo", written and animated by Bob Kurtz with lyrics by Big Daddy, sung by Big Daddy. Later sung by Gordon, Big Bird, Elmo, Grover, Oscar, Cookie Monster, Snuffy, Herry, Ernie, and Bert in one episode.
  • "Listen to the Bells", sung by a hippy Anything Muppet in sunglasses (Jim Henson)
  • "Little Things", sung/written by Joe Raposo.
  • "Look a Little Closer", sung by Bob (Bob McGrath), written by Joe Raposo
  • "Lowercase N"
  • "Long Hard Climb", sung/written by Joe Raposo. A version by Jerry Nelson is recorded on Elmo's Lowdown Hoedown, and the song retitled Long Hard Road.
  • "Love the Ocean", sung by The Beach Monsters (Jerry Nelson) and Camille Bonora, to the tune of The Little Old Lady (from Pasadena) by The Beach Boys. Written by Sarah Durkee and Paul Jacobs.
  • "Lovely Eleven Morning", written/animated by Bud Luckey with lyrics by Don Hadley.
  • "Lucky Thirteen", sung by a mouse (Jerry Nelson)
  • "Mad", sung by Little Jerry and the Monotones
  • "Mad Goat Song", written/animated by Derek Lamb
  • "Magic Pig Calypso Song"
  • "Mahna Mahna" (first aired 1969, episode 14)
  • "Martian Cutie", sung/written/animated by Bud Luckey with lyrics by Don Hadley.
  • "Me and My Chair", sung by (Norman Calloway), written by Joe Raposo
  • "Me Gotta Be Blue", sung by Cookie Monster
  • "Me Lost Me Cookie", sung by Cookie Monster
  • "Monster in the Mirror", sung by Grover (Frank Oz); written by Christopher Cerf and Norman Stiles. There was a celebrity version of this song which featured celebrity appearances by Whoopi Goldberg, Chubby Checker, Geena Davis, Charlayne Hunter-Gault, Bo Jackson, Ray Charles, Jeff Goldblum, Maria Conchita Alonso, Kadeem Hardison, Robert MacNeil, Jeff Smith, Robin Williams, Malcolm-Jamal Warner, Candice Bergen, Bo Diddley, Julia Roberts, Tyne Daly, Blair Underwood, Siskel and Ebert, Tracey Ullman, Glenn Close, Lou Diamond Phillips, Kid 'n Play and The Simpsons. The song was arranged by Paul Jacobs, produced by Jim Blashfield and directed by Laura DiTrapani
  • "The Muppets Rhymes at School", Sung by Mr. Essex's students, such as Prairie Dawn (Fran Brill), as Mr. Essex (Jim Henson) teaches his students about rhymes (such as nose and goes). Written by Joe Raposo
  • "Night Bug Boogie", sung by bugs inside a wall, with lyrics by Nancy Sans.
  • "Nineteen Party", sung by Paul Jacobs to the tune of 1999 by Prince
  • "No Matter What", sung by Kevin Clash with footage of kids playing with a beach ball.
  • "On My Pond", sung by Kermit the Frog; written by Christopher Cerf and Sarah Durkee
  • "My Mom and Me", Sung by kids in the family, Written by Joe Raposo.
  • "Old Button Hole"
  • "One Banana", sung by A lavender Anything Muppet (Jim Henson), and a group of Muppet Bananas dressed like Carmen Miranda. Written by Jeff Moss
  • "One Fine Face", sung by Elmo and Ernie
  • "One of These Things [Is Not Like the Others]"; written by Joe Raposo and Jon Stone
  • "One Small Voice", sung by Elmo and Backstreet Boys
  • "One Two Three," sung/written/animated by Bud Luckey with lyrics by Don Hadley.
  • "One Way (The Sign Says One Way)", sung by How Now Brown Cow (Christopher Cerf) and the Moo Waves. Written by Christopher Cerf.
  • "Part of the Whole", sung by Paul Jacobs. Animated by Sally Cruikshank.
  • "The Pasta Song", sung by Kevin Clash
  • "Peanut Butter Factory", sung/written by Joe Raposo.
  • "People In Your Neighborhood", usually sung by Bob (Bob McGrath), written by Jeff Moss.
  • "Planets, Moon, and Stars", written by Jeff Moss
  • "Portrait D'Un Robot", accompanying a short film showing toys, robots, and satellites, written by Janko Nilovic
  • "Pretty Baby", regards kissing rhinos, sung by Joe Raposo
  • "Put Down the Duckie", sung by Hoots the Owl and Ernie, with cameo performances by Carl Banks, Celia Cruz, Danny DeVito, John Candy, Andrea Martin, Robert MacNeil, Joe Williams, Gladys Knight & the Pips, Rhea Perlman, Pee-Wee Herman, Phil Donahue, Madeline Kahn, Paul Simon, Pete Seeger, Keith Hernandez, Mookie Wilson, Sean Landeta, Mark Ingram, Karl Nelson, Carl Banks, Barbara Walters, Jeremy Irons, Celia Cruz, Itzhak Perlman, Gordon Jackson, Jean Marsh, Wynton Marsalis, Jane Curtin and Ladysmith Black Mambazo; written by Christopher Cerf and Norman Stiles
  • "Rain Falls", sung by Oscar, included on Let A Frown Be Your Umbrella
  • "Raise Your Hand", sung by Little Chrissy (Christopher Cerf)
  • "Rebel L", sung by Billy Idle (Steve Whitmire) and the police officers to the tune of Rebel Yell by Billy Idol. Written by Christopher Cerf.
  • "Rubber Duckie", sung by Ernie (Jim Henson); written by Jeff Moss
  • "The Redwood Tree", Sung by Uncle Edgar the Banjo playing turtle and his kids, Animated by Buzzco Associates.
  • "Rock 'N Roll Readers", sung by Little Chrissy (Christopher Cerf) and the Alphabeats (Richard Hunt, Jerry Nelson, and Jeff Moss)
  • "Romeo and Juliet", accompanying a short animated insert where an acorn falls from an oak tree and grows into another oak tree.
  • "Run, Run, Everybody Run", sung by Joe Raposo
  • "Salt, My Salt", sung by Jerry Nelson
  • "Salute to the Banana", sung by Ivy Austin
  • "The Salute to the Letter E", sung by Guy Smiley (Jim Henson) to the Letter E (who won on The Letter of the Day Pageant). Written by Tony Geiss.
  • "Say Cheese", sung by Lillias White
  • "Sesame Street Theme (Sunny Day)", written by Joe Raposo, Jon Stone, and Bruce Hart
  • "Seven Goldfish", sung by Elmo
  • "Shake Your Head One Time", sung by Ernie
  • "Shapes in My Room", sung by Telly Monster
  • "Simple Pleasures", accompanying a film of girl playing with her dog at the beach sung by Bobby McFerrin
  • '"Sing"', written by Joe Raposo. A version of "Sing" recorded by The Carpenters in 1973 reached #3 on the Billboard top singles chart.
  • "Sing After Me"
  • "Sing Your Synonyms" sung by Luis Emilio Delgado, Maria Sonia Manzano, Susan Loretta Long, Gordon Roscoe Orman, Telly Martin P. Robinson, Elmo Kevin Clash, and Bob Bob McGrath to the tune of Let's Call the Whole Thing Off.
  • "Six Snails," sung/written/animated by Bud Luckey with lyrics by Don Hadley.
  • "Soul A", sung by an animated soul group.
  • "Soul H", sung by an animated soul group.
  • "Soul O", sung by an animated soul group.
  • "Splish Splash", Accompanying a video of zookeepers washing the elephants at Bronx Zoo. Sung by Bobby Darin.
  • "Some Of Us Are Here"/"Some, None, All", sung by Bip Bippadotta with the monsters; written by Joe Raposo
  • "Somebody Come and Play", written by Joe Raposo. It is the theme song to Play With Me Sesame.
  • "Standing at the Bus Stop Sign", Sung by The Four Tops.
  • "Starfish", sung by a young girl, written by Joe Raposo
  • "Sugar Beet (Beet, Beet, Sugar Beet)", Accompanying a film on how sugar is made.
  • "(That Only Happens at) Birdland", Sung by Olivia Alaina Reed
  • "The Square Song". This song later appeared in the movie Close Encounters of the Third Kind.
  • "Take a Breath", written/sung by Joe Raposo. Elmo's later version appears on Best of Elmo.
  • "Tall Short Texans", animated by Joey Ahlbum.
  • "Tall Tale", sung by Johnny Cash
  • "The Birdland Jump", sung by Joe Williams and the Birdketeers.
  • "The Curious Cantata", sung by Luis (Emilio Delgado), Maria (Sonia Manzano), Bob (Bob McGrath), and Big Bird (Caroll Spinney) in the tune of Hungarian Rhapsody No. 2 by Franz Liszt.
  • "Telly's Aquarium" sung by a group of Muppet fishes in the tune of The Age of Aquarius/Let the Sunshine In by The 5th Dimension.
  • "The Ten Commandments of Health", sung by Dr. Thad and the Medications
  • "Telephone Rock", sung by Little Jerry and the Monotones
  • "Ten Tiny Turtles", sung/written/animated by Bud Luckey with lyrics by Don Hadley.
  • "Things That I Remember", sung by Ernie (Steve Whitmire), and Bert (Frank Oz), Written by Jeff Moss as his goodbye song.
  • "This Frog" sung by Kermit the Frog (Jim Henson), with backup vocals by Jerry Nelson, Richard Hunt, and Christopher Cerf; written by Sam Pottle and David Axlerod
  • "Toothpaste Factory Rap (How Do They Get That Toothpaste in the Tube?)", Accompanying a video on how toothpaste is made.
  • "Toucan Two-Step", sung/written/animated by Bud Luckey with lyrics by Don Hadley.
  • "Touch, Feel"/"Touch, Hold, Feel", sung/written by Joe Raposo.
  • "Trying And Trying Again", sung/written by Joe Raposo.
  • "Two Princesses", sung by The Spin Doctors with Elmo (Kevin Clash), Telly (Martin P. Robinson), and Zoe (Fran Brill).
  • "Two Little Birdies", sung by Edgar the Banjo playing turtle and his kids. Animated by Buzzco Associates.
  • "U Really Got a Hold on Me", sung by Smokey Robinson to the tune of You've Really Got a Hold on Me while being chased by the letter U.
  • "Under Over Song", sung by four animated animals, with lyrics by Maxine Fisher. Animated by Michael Sporn.
  • "Up and Down Opera", sung by Placido Flammingo (Richard Hunt) and Ernie (Jim Henson), Written by Christopher Cerf.
  • "Up and Down", sung by Harry Monster (Jerry Nelson) and Cookie Monster (Frank Oz) Written by Jeff Moss
  • "Up And Down, Left And Right", sung by Joe Raposo.
  • "Up, Down, In, Out, Over, Under", sung by Cecille
  • "Upside Down World", sung by Ernie and Bert from Follow That Bird. Written by Jeff Moss
  • "Water Course" and "Exchange", accompanying a short film showing how crayons are made. written by Richard Harvey.
  • "Water Baby", sung/written by Joe Raposo.
  • "We All Sing With the Same Voice (My Name Is You)" written by J. Philip Miller and Sheppard M. Greene
  • "Weaver Bird", sung/written by Joe Raposo.
  • "We're a Family", accompanied film.
  • "We Are All Earthlings" sung by an Anyhting Muppet (Jerry Nelson) and Elmo (Kevin Clash) with various animals. Written by Jeff Moss and Sara Compton
  • "We are the Seven Dwarves"
  • "Wet or Dry". Sung by Chrissy (Christopher Cerf) and the Alphabets. Sung to the tune of Black or White by Michael Jackson.
  • "Wet Paint", Sung by How Now Brown and the Moo Wave. Written by Christopher Cerf and Jon Stone.
  • "Which Come First (The Chicken Or the Egg)", sung/written by Joe Raposo.
  • "What Do You Do When You're A Kangaroo", sung/written by Joe Raposo.
  • "What I Am"
  • "What's Inside", sung by Lillias White
  • "What's the Name of That Song?", Words by David Axelrod, Music by Sam Pottle
  • "Who Am I?," sung by Olivia Robinson (Alaina Reed)
  • "Who You, Looking At Tigers?", sung by David (Norman Calloway), Written by Joe Raposo
  • "The Word is NO!", sung by Maria (Sonia Manzano) and Gina (Alison Bartlett).
  • "You are Not Alone", sung by Sofia (Jasmine Romero), Abby Cadabby (Leslie Carrara-Rudolph), and Rosita (Carmen Osbahr)
  • "You Can Get Right Up", Words by Sarah Durkee Sung by Lillias White Music by Christopher Serf
  • "You Gotta Be Patient (To Be a Patient)", Writtern by Christopher Cerf, Tony Geiss and Sonia Manzano
  • "You Say Hola", sung by Luis (Emilio Delgado), and Maria (Sonia Manzano) to the tune of Dancing Cheap to Cheap
  • "Zunzun", sung by Celia Cruz and Big Bird (Caroll Spinney)
  • "ZZ Blues", sung by Over the Top (Jerry Nelson) to the tune of Sharp Dressed Man by ZZ Top. Written by Christopher Cerf.
  • "14 Carrot Love" Words by Polly Darton

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