Sesame Street: ABC Song with Tilly and the Wall

Sesame Street: ABC Song with Tilly and the Wall


[TAPPING] MAN: Five, six, seven. [MUSIC PLAYING] ALL: Here we go! WOMEN: A, B, C, D, E, F, G, H,
I, J, K, L, M, N, O, P, Q, R, S, T, U, V, W, X, Y, and Z. Now I know my ABC’s, next time
won’t you sing with me. Let’s break it down. A, is for apple. Will you sing it with me? One, two, three– ALL: Apple! WOMEN: B is for boat. Will you sing it with me? One, two, three– ALL: Boat! WOMEN: C is for cat. Will you sing it with me? One, two, three– ALL: Cat! WOMEN: D is for dance. And do you want to
sing it again? Yeah! ALL: A,B, C, D, E, F, G, H, I,
J, K, L, M, N,O,P, Q, R, S, T, U, V, W, X, Y, and Z. Now I know
my ABC’s, next time won’t you sing with me. [CHEERS AND APPLAUSE]

80 thoughts on “Sesame Street: ABC Song with Tilly and the Wall

  1. I absolutely adore Tilly and the Wall!! This song is catchy and fun. My son loves this song and he has to listen to it daily. He's only 2 and he knows his ABC's thanks to this song!! (:

  2. "Will you SING it with me? 1,2,3" <shouting, NOT singing> "Apple!"
    Always annoyed me when I was watching with my kids and this segment came on.

  3. They say that if life gives you lemons you should make lemonade.  I say that if life doesn't also give you water and sugar it won't be very good lemonade.  Still, take the lemons anyway.  Lemons are good if they're free.  Most things are good if they're free.

  4. If you're willing to perform in different-colored stockings, it's probably not the most embarrassing thing you've ever had to deal with.

  5. did anyone notice that when it  shows their feet from the side the two girls on the right mysteriously switch places?

  6. I guess the director of this skit wanted this skit to be under 2 minutes which is why in the spot when they broke down the alphabet, they didn't break down letters "E" to "Z" because probably if they broke down all 26 letters, the skit would be 3 or 4 minutes even though they sounded beautiful when they broke down letters "A", "B", "C", and "D."

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