…and I’m groovy like 70s pinball

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6 thoughts on “…and I’m groovy like 70s pinball

  1. This is so cool! That tune was burned into my brain when I was a kid. I’m not sure if they played it on every episode of Sesame St but they sure did play it a lot. It wasn’t produced until I was about 7 years old but I had younger siblings, Sesame Street was a regular feature of my childhood. I haven’t seen Sesame Street for a long time now but they must surely drag this one out from time to time. It’s a classic! Great music creative imagery and a perfect way for teaching kids to count! Maybe too good. Now when I’m counting I get to 12 and impulsively want to clap my hands and spin on my heels! Yehhhhh!

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    1. I really hung out for the pinball numbers clip, and felt a little bit cheated when they played too much of the same number, while there were other numbers I hardly ever got to see and I often felt like I was missing out on something! I have a memory from when I was 25 that involves this song, my workplace, art, and some ganja, that still makes me shake my head… 😉 LOL

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    1. Yes! I forgot it was a lunchtime show in the Philippines, too…I wonder if it was aired at the same time in all countries, so we all have that lunchtime nostalgia… 🙂 Thanks for dropping in!

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  2. Now We are Six (1927) AA Milne

    When I was One,
    I had just begun.
    When I was Two,
    I was nearly new.
    When I was Three
    I was hardly me.
    When I was Four,
    I was not much more.
    When I was Five,
    I was just alive.
    But now I am Six,
    I’m as clever as clever,
    So I think I’ll be six now for ever and ever.
    The End

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    1. YES! I LOVE IT! It’s perfect, thanks for sharing this with me…is that a gentle hint to shut up about being 6, now? 😉 I guess I overdid the Sesame Street LOL I would have loved to be six for ever and ever.

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