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964 0 0 0 15 20c0 2. 984 0 0 0 19 8c2. Kermit and Joey sing “The Alphabet Song. The Alphabet Song” is a popular children’s song in which the letters of the alphabet are sung to the tune of the French folk melody “Ah vous dirais-je, maman,” more commonly known as the melody of “Twinkle Twinkle Little Star. In an animated segment, a young girl named Gloria sings the song with an offscreen voice giving her commands.

This early cartoon was seen in the Sesame Street Pitch Reel and Sesame Street Test Show 1. Big Bird sings “The Alphabet Song” in Episode 0298. Jim Nabors sang the song on Sesame Street. In an animated segment, a small piano player in a lunchbox sang this song, and was joined by two construction workers. Lena Horne and the Anything Muppets. George Benson sang the song on Sesame Street.

Don Music once “wrote” this song in a Sesame Street News Flash sketch, with help from several Anything Muppets. Billy Joel and the Anything Muppets. Samuel Ramey appeared and sang an operatic version of the song. A classical arrangement was sung by an operatic group of AM Monsters, conducted by Herry Monster. A number of celebrities, including Ray Charles, Michael Jeter, Tony Bennett, Shari Lewis, and Lamb Chop. In Episode 3981, the monsters of Monster Clubhouse sing the song in both Monster and English. Ruben Studdard and Elmo sang a soul version of the song.