"Two "G" Sounds" (" "G", Grover, "G", George")
sung by Grover (Frank Oz) and a boy named George
Written by Jeffrey Moss
(c)1971 by Festival Attractions, Inc. (ASCAP)
Words in square brackets are spoken
George: (Quietly repeating the soft G sound)
Ernie: [Hey listen everybody. Do you hear a strange sound?]
Grover: [Hey George, what is that sound you are making?]
George: [Hi Grover, I'm making the sound of the next letter of the alphabet, the letter "G". Yeah, my name begins with the letter "G" and it makes that sound. G-g-george.]
Grover: [B-b-but my name begins with "G" too but it sounds like this, G-g-grover.]
George:[No.] "G", George.
Grover:[Uh-uh], "G", garden.
George:[No no], "G", giant.
Grover: "G", gallop.
George: "G", giraffe.
Grover: [No, no I think this is right Georgie.] "G", golden.
George: And "G", gentle.
Grover: What, Georgie?
George: There are two "G" sounds.
Grover: I must agree.
There is "G", good guy
George: And "G", genius.
Grover: One sound for you
And one sound for me.
Grover: "G", Grover.
George: "G", George.
Grover: "G", George.
Transcribed by Jenn and Steve Lewis and William Powell
Originally released on
The Muppet Alphabet Album (1971)
Children's Television Workshop
The same album was reissued in 1996 as
Sing The Alphabet (CD) and on Cassette
also released on the album
Grover Sings The Blues (1974)
Children's Records of America
available on the CD-ROM