Saturday, October 20, 2007

it's the boogie woogie sheep!

Is it wrong that I know all the words to this thing?!
I can't help it. Those sheep are damn cute.




It's Bruce Stringbean!! I bought this album for Female Offspring #1. She loved it....so did I:)



Here's the Born To Add cover:


The songs were a hoot, too. They had "Cereal Girl" (Material Girl), "Honk Around A Clock" (Rock Around the Clock), and one of my favorites, "Barn In the U.S.A." (Born in the U.S.A.).

7 comments:

BBC said...

Um, my internet connection is too slow for Utube.

Raining here, it's a wonderful rain, I'm thankful for it.

When it rains at Polly's Honky Tonk Saloon and Whorehouse we just hunker down and enjoy it.

*Goddess* said...

From Sesame Street to the whorehouse, this post has gone to pot. (And not the good kind either...;)

bugs said...

Da Buglet LOVES the Boogie Woogie Sheep, although he likes the longer version, the one that has clips of all of the visiting celebs dancing around.

My favorite part is when the sheep take off with Bert. I get the giggles every damn time.

*Goddess* said...

I don't remember the longer clip. I think this is my all time favorite Sesame Street clip and the one I remember best. Well, this one and Rubber Ducky.

Do you remember the Born to Add album?

bugs said...

I don't remember that one, but I do remember (and still own!)Sesame Street Fever. Bert in gold chains is hilarious.

I also enjoy "Do De Duck".

*Goddess* said...

I don't remember that one. I saw "Sesame Road" ala Abby Road and I don't remember that one either. They had " I Wanna Hold Your Ear" and "A Little Yelp From My Friends" and "Grouch Girls Don't Want To Have Fun"...lol!

BRUNO said...

Weren't that neat! Wish they'd let Bugs Bunny out of rehab, so he could do somethin' like this again!

But, alas---he and his "gang" were just too violent for todays' children!