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  • [MUSIC PLAYING]

  • Oh, guess what, guess what.

  • Elmo's friend, Mr. Adam Sandler, is making up a song.

  • Mr. Adam Sandler?

  • Mm-hmm?

  • Are you making up a song right now?

  • That's right.

  • What's Mr. Adam Sandler's song about?

  • It's about you, Elmo.

  • Elmo?

  • Mm-hmm.

  • Mr. Adam Sandler is writing a song about Elmo?

  • Yes.

  • Well, can Elmo hear it?

  • I want to play it for you.

  • I just got to come up with something

  • that rhymes with Elmo.

  • Oh, go ahead.

  • Do your thing.

  • Petunia?

  • No.

  • No, OK.

  • Sesquepadelia.

  • No.

  • No.

  • Oh, Elmo can't think of a word that rhymes with Elmo either.

  • We're in trouble, Elmo.

  • Oh, guess Mr. Adam Sandler can't make up a song about Elmo.

  • Whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa, Adam Sandler just came up with it.

  • You did?

  • [SINGING] This a song about Elmo.

  • Mm-hmm.

  • Who likes to play and yell-mo.

  • Yell-mo.

  • [LAUGHS]

  • When he rides his tricycle--

  • Yeah?

  • He always rings his bell-mo.

  • Bring-bring.

  • At night he takes a bubble bath.

  • That's right.

  • Just so he won't--

  • Smell-mo.

  • Yeah.

  • It's not about a penguin, with a rose in his lapel-mo.

  • Oh, that's good.

  • It's not a song about a shrimp, lifting his barbell-mo.

  • [YELLS]

  • It's not a song about a banana, who

  • slipped on himself and fell-mo.

  • Whoa, whoa!

  • It's not about a parrot, talking on his cell-mo.

  • Can you hear me now?

  • It's not about dragon, who likes to kiss and tell-mo.

  • I kissed Adam Sandler.

  • OK.

  • This is a song about Elmo.

  • Elmo!

  • I don't mean to kavelmo.

  • Kavelmo?

  • But Elmo here can write his name,

  • and soon he'll learn to spell-mo.

  • Spell-mo.

  • When he's at the beach, he always finds a--

  • Shell-mo.

  • Elmo's favorite game--

  • Yeah, what is it?

  • Is the farmer in the--

  • Dell-mo.

  • Here we go.

  • This is a song about Elmo.

  • Elmo.

  • Elmo, Elmo, Elmo.

  • Elmo!

  • This is a song about Elmo.

  • Elmo!

  • Elmo in a nutshell-mo.

  • Now my song is over, and it's time

  • to say, time to say, time to say farewell-mo.

  • [LAUGHING]

  • What did you think?

  • Wow.

  • What did you think?

  • It was incredible-mo.

  • Oh!

  • That was great!

  • Wasn't that good?

  • Wasn't that great?

  • Yeah, that was a good rhyme.

  • OK, bye.

  • Bye, Mr. Adam Sandler.

  • Boy, he's a great singer, and rhymer, too.

  • [MUSIC PLAYING]

  • [SINGING] Jump up, get down.

  • Come dance with Elmo, we're moving our body to the ABCs.

  • Dance nearby, whoa, dance far away, now

  • clap your hands to the letter of the day, clap, clap.

  • What's the letter, clap, clap.

  • What's the letter, clap, clap, clap, clap.

  • What's the letter?

  • What's the letter?

  • What's the letter?

  • What's the letter?

  • The letter of the day is E. Clap, clap,

  • it's the letter of the day.

  • Clap, clap, it's the letter of the day.

  • Clap, clap, it's the letter, it's the letter,

  • it's the letter of the day.

  • It's the letter of the day, clap, clap,

  • it's the letter of the day, clap, clap, hey, hey, E!

  • Mother Goose has just written a new nursery rhyme.

  • And we are going to be the first ones to hear it.

  • Oh!

  • Yeah!

  • But, Elmo wonders what it's going to be about.

  • Oh, you'll see.

  • It's my world premiere, and I think it might be my best yet.

  • Ooh.

  • It's about a monster called Elmo.

  • [GASPS]

  • Elmo?

  • But Elmo thought that Mother Goose

  • couldn't write about Elmo?

  • Well, I thought so, too.

  • But that's because I didn't know enough about you, Elmo.

  • But your friend, Abby, was kind enough

  • to tell me some of the things that make you especial.

  • And it was a lot, enough for a long rhyme.

  • Let's go.

  • OK.

  • Yeah.

  • [CLEARS THROAT]

  • Hey diddle donster, hey diddle donster, Elmo's a monster,

  • who's as kind as kind can be.

  • Awe.

  • Hey diddle donster, a red furry monster

  • who's helpful to you and me.

  • He's great at sharing, and riding his trike.

  • He's the kind of monster you gotta like.

  • [LAUGHTER]

  • Hey, diddle donster, Elmo's a monster

  • who likes to play pretend.

  • That's true.

  • Hey, diddle donster, a red furry monster

  • I'd like to call my friend.

  • Awe, that was so sweet.

  • That's so sweet.

  • Now, see, that is my favorite nursery rhyme.

  • Me, too.

  • Oh, well, thank you, Mother Goose,

  • for making a nursery rhyme about Elmo.

  • Elmo loves it.

  • [LAUGHING]

  • Hi, everybody.

  • Look who's here.

  • Oh, hi.

  • Wow, we're so glad you're here.

  • Yeah, and we have a special birthday song just for you.

  • [HORN BLOWING]

  • [SINGING] Start the beat, get on your feet

  • for the special occasion.

  • A year has gone by, let's start the celebrations.

  • Because it's your birthday, what a treat.

  • You're feeling great, we want some cake.

  • And decorations with a twinkle.

  • Got balloons.

  • And awesome tunes.

  • And a cookie with sprinkles.

  • Because it's a party for you on Sesame Street.

  • Hap, hap, happy, happy, happy birthday.

  • We love showing up, watching you growing up.

  • Hooray!

  • Hooray!

  • Hooray!

  • Hap, hap, happy, happy, happy birthday.

  • We love showing up, watching you growing up.

  • Hooray!

  • Hooray!

  • Hooray!

  • It's your special day.

  • [HORN BLOWING]

  • Elmo wishes, hugs and kisses, let's make lots of noise.

  • Party hats, lots of snacks, play with lots of toys.

  • Elmo got a kazoo, just for you.

  • So you can dance some more.

  • Elmo loves you, and he wants you to have a happy day.

  • So keep on moving, keep on grooving,

  • yeah, come on and play.

  • Now, let's shout hooray for turning four.

  • Happy birthday!

  • Hap, hap, happy, happy, happy birthday.

  • We love showing up, watching you growing up.

  • Hooray!

  • Hooray!

  • Hooray!

  • Hap, hap, happy, happy, happy birthday.

  • We love showing up, watching you growing up.

  • Happy birthday!

  • Happy birthday!

  • Happy birthday!

  • Elmo loves you.

  • [MUSIC PLAYING -"DO YOU KNOW THE MUFFIN MAN"]

  • [SINGING] Do you know Abby Cadabby, Abby Cadabby, Abby

  • Cadabby?

  • Do you know Abby Cadabby?

  • She's a fairy on Sesame Street!

  • That's me!

  • Hi!

  • Do you know Elmo?

  • Elmo?

  • Elmo!

  • Do you know Elmo?

  • He's my best friend on Sesame Street.

  • Oh, thank you, Abby.

  • Do you know Cookie Monster, Cookie Monster, Cookie Monster?

  • Do you know Cookie Monster?

  • He eats cookies on Sesame Street.

  • Do you know Rosita?

  • Rosita, Rosita.

  • Do you know Rosita?

  • She plays guitar on Sesame Street.

  • Yeah.

  • Do you know the Count von Count, the Count von Count, the Count

  • von Count?

  • Do you know the Count von Count?

  • He loves to count on Sesame Street.

  • Do you know Bert and Ernie?

  • Bert and Ernie, Bert and Ernie, do you know Bert and Ernie?

  • They're roommates on Sesame Street.

  • Do you know Super Grover?

  • Super Grover, Super Grover, do you know Super Grover?

  • He helps everyone on Sesame Street.

  • Do you know Julia, Julia, Julia?

  • Do you know Julia?

  • She loves to paint on Sesame Street.

  • Do you know Big Bird, Big Bird, Big Bird?

  • Do you know Big Bird?

  • He's the biggest bird on Sesame Street.

  • Is it just Elmo, or is it getting faster?

  • It's fast!

  • Do you know Oscar the Grouch, Oscar the Grouch,

  • Oscar the Grouch?

  • Do you know Oscar the Grouch?

  • He lives in a trashcan on Sesame Street.

  • Hey, do you know?

  • Yes.

  • How to be quiet!

  • [LAUGHING]

  • Oh, Oscar.

  • [SINGING] Jump up, get down.

  • Come dance with Elmo, we're moving our bodies to the ABCs.

  • Dance nearby, whoa, dance faraway, now

  • clap your hands, [CLAPS] to the letter of the day.

  • Clap, clap.

  • What's the letter, clap, clap.

  • What's the letter, clap, clap, clap, clap.

  • What's the letter?

  • What's the letter?

  • What's the letter, what's the letter?

  • The letter of the day is L.

  • Clap, clap, it's the letter of the day.

  • Clap, clap, it's the letter, it's the letter,

  • it's the letter of the day.

  • It's the letter of the day.

  • Clap, clap, hey, hey, L.

  • [MUSIC PLAYING]

  • Oh, hi!

  • Ready to play a tune with Elmo?

  • Oh, good, well, it's called Elmo says.

  • Here goes.