Sunday, May 27, 2007

Rua Sesamo - Bananas


Oh my God, I'm going to die of nostalgic happiness!
Stephanie is guilty of making me search youtube for Sesame Street videos (or in my case, Rua Sésamo). This is my favourite! This is the cutest thing I've seen ...for ages! I love the little bananas singing and dancing, the musicians with their guitars, the latino rhythm, when they start singing lower...it's so cute :)

I keep singing...
Uma banana, duas bananas
Uma para ti outra para mim
Bananas são três ou quatro
Ou ainda mais bananas
Não verás uma banana só!

Ok, I'll translate it
One banana, two bananas
One for me and another for you
There's 3 or 4 or even more bananas
You won't see a lone banana!

Very educational, it's true they they always grow together. Aaahh, I feel like I'm 6 years old again (and it's good!)

9 comments:

Niall said...

you big softy!..or should I call you 'Big Bird'?..I've spent ages on Youtube looking at all my favourite childhood shows...it's fantastic isn't ti?

kimananda said...

That was catchy! :-)

Ps said...

OMG--and i did not even imagine sesame street in portugese!! Such a happy ring--though i have no clue what they said.(something abt bananas --am guessing)

Cathy said...

Too cute!
Now I am going to show it to the boys!
Happy Monday, DM...

Chloe said...

i've got sesame street toys all around the house. how could i forget?

Devil Mood said...

Niall: I never liked Big Bird because over here it had a stupid name and a lisbon accent :P lol
But this video I love !

Kim: I know, I can't get rid of this tune.

PS: Hey, I translated the chorus ;) Lots of bananas, no doubt!

Cathy: I hope they liked it, I love the tiny bananas :)

Chloe: It's a timeless bunch of characters!

Christopher said...

I don't remember that much about that show. I remember they had this song that they parodied in Family Guy. It was this pinball counting song.

Stephanie said...

If I have to be guilty of anything, I'm happy for it to be this :)

I love the bananas!

I think the yip-yip guys and bananas should be just the start of a nostalgic Sesame Street exchange.

Devil Mood said...

Chris: Counting and the alphabet was a constant theme there ;) The repetitions went on and on and on...

Stephanie: You're on! :) Give me more :)