the wrong side of the bed

Thursday, July 14, 2005

rave

when we were kids, my sister and i really loved the segement on sesame street about a little girl who took her llama to the dentist. i am going to the dentist today, and i can't get the song out of my head, but this makes me happy.

Me And My llama
Me and my llama
Goin' to the dentist today
Seems a little crazy
Guess you're just too lazy
You gotta get your teeth cleaned today

Me and my llama
Jumped out of our pajamas
And ran off to the dentist today
Me and my llama
Me and my llama
We're goin 'to the dentist ooo-eee
Yes, it's just my llama and me

Tell me if you feel afraid
Remember just to whisper softly into my ear
I won't leave and go away
You know I'm gonna be right here
Open up wide now
Let him look inside now
'Cause after this we'll go on our way
I won't let him hurt you
I'll be right there beside you
And I can tell that you'll be okay

Me and my llama
Jumped out of our pajamas
And ran off to the dentist today

Me and my llama
Me and my llama
We're goin' to the dentist oooo-eee
Yes, it's just my llama and me

Da-da-da-da-da-da-da-da-da-da....
'Cause after this we'll go on out and play...

Me and my llama
Me and my llama
The sun is bright and now we are free
Yes, it's just my llama and me
11:22 AM

3 Comments:

I frickin loved the me & my llama song.

Remember "milk... miiiiilk" were the milk squirted into the glass bottles?
Blogger A+, at 11:34 PM  
Me and my sister ALSO loved the Llama song...and "miiiiilk" (it was so tense, that baby wanting its milk!). I now have a baby and when she cries to nurse I sing it: "miiiilllk." Do you also remember the princesses in the tiny dollhouse with the windows that opened and closed ("good grief that's princess number 9!") and the D song "Daddy dear oh daddy sweet, do dandelions roar? do daisies have feet?"
Anonymous Anonymous, at 10:15 AM  
I was absolutely SHOCKED when I Googled "the llama/dentist song" and your blog popped up.
I swore it (and the MILK song) were figments of my overactive imagination because no one else had ever heard of them!

Milk.... milk.... milk.... milk.... *baby crying*

You made my day!!
Thanks.
Anonymous Sara, at 6:03 PM  

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