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Over, Under, Around and Through

sung by Grover (Frank Oz)
Words and Music by Joe Raposo


Transcriber's note (from SlvrSlprz@aol.com): In the TV version of this song, Grover goes over, under, around, and through a pair of swinging doors. In the record version, he says at the beginning, "You know what goes around? This record goes around!" and keeps telling you to look at the record. In both versions, after he's done a verse, he says "Now do you understand? You don't understand all that? Okay, I'll show you again." He repeats the verse again and asks if you understand again, over and over. At the end (on both versions) he exclaims triumphantly, "I did it!"

Around
Around
Around
Around
Over, Under, and Through

Around
Around
Around
Around
Over, Under, and Through

Near!
Far!
Near!
Far!

Around
Around
Around
Around
Over, Under and Through

(Lyrics repeat faster and faster until Grover eventually collapses to the floor)

Transcribed by Don Murphy and SlvrSlprz@aol.com


Originally released on the album

Sesame Street 2 - Original Cast Sesame Street 2 - Original Cast

Sesame Street 2 - Original Cast (1971) Children's Records of America

and on the album

Grover Sings The Blues

"Grover Sings The Blues" (1974) Children's Records of America

available on the 3-CD Box Set

Songs From The Street: 35 Years Of Music

Songs From The Street: 35 Years Of Music


and on the CD

A Celebration of Me, Grover

A Celebration of Me, Grover


and on the video

Play Along Games And Songs
Play Along Games And Songs