Wednesday, September 15, 2010

The Stars Come Out on Sesame Street 1979


This LP previously suffered from not being in my Sesame Street collection. Now that it is in my collection I find it ranks higher than it did when it was not around for me to play yesterday, today and tomorrow.

1. Wonder Child -- Helen Reddy
2. Nasty Dan -- Johnny Cash with Oscar The Grouch
3. Yes We Can, Can -- Pointer Sisters
4. One Thing Leads To Another -- Judy Collins with Biff
5. Sing After Me -- Madeline Kahn with Grover
6. Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow -- Judy Collins with the Sesame Street Kids
7. Oh What A Beautiful Morning -- Ray Charles
8. How Do You Do -- Lena Horne with Grover
9. Five Feet High And Rising -- Johnny Cash with Biff
10. A World Without Music -- Jose Feliciano with the Sesame Street Kids
11. I Make Up Songs -- Helen Reddy

Yesterday, today and tomorrow. Whether they bring pleasure or sorrow.
Time is something no one can borrow. Yesterday, today and tomorrow.

Yesterday is gone. It's all "Remember when?" Yesterday is passed. It never comes again
Yesterday was bright or yesterday was gray; but all I know is how I feel today.

Yesterday, today and tomorrow. Whether they bring pleasure or sorrow.
Time is something no one can borrow. Yesterday, today and tomorrow.


Tomorrow never comes. It's always on the way. For yesterday's tomorrow has become today.
We miss what's very close by looking off so far. We all can learn. Today is where we are.

Yesterday, today and tomorrow. Whether they bring pleasure or sorrow.
Time is something no one can borrow. Yesterday, today and tomorrow.


Today is all there is. Today is not too late. Today's the only day we have to celebrate.
For yesterday is gone. Tomorrow's far away. And everyone is living in today.

Yesterday, today and tomorrow. Whether they bring pleasure or sorrow.
Time is something no one can borrow. Yesterday, today and tomorrow.

3 comments:

Christian said...

I'm gonna have my little niece check this out, thanks for sharing...

Jonathan "Johnny" Ruskin said...

This is amazing! My friend growing up had this on, ahem, 8-track, and I had the cassette. Completely wore it out, especially playing Madeline Kahn and Grover's duet. :) I write a blog on rare music, may I include a track from this share in a future post? Thanks again for sharing!

T Corrector said...

No problem Johnny. Thanks for the kind words.