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Bob & Larry's Toddler Songs
Music by

Christopher Davis

Released

February 15, 2005

Runtime

37 minutes

Previous Album

More Sunday Morning Songs with Bob & Larry

Next Album

Rock-A-Bye Veggie

Bob & Larry's Toddler Songs is an album in the VeggieTales Sing-Alongs series that was released in 2005.

Tracklist[]

  1. This Is the Day
  2. The Wheels on the Bus [2005 version] (originally from On the Road with Bob & Larry)
  3. He's Got the Whole World in His Hands [2005 version] (originally from Bob and Larry's Sunday Morning Songs)
  4. Ha La La La (The Hand Song)
  5. Love Your Neighbor (extended version from Bob and Larry's Sunday Morning Songs; originally from The Story of Flibber-o-loo)
  6. I've Been Working on the Railroad
  7. If You're Happy and You Know It [2005 version] (originally from Bob & Larry's Backyard Party)
  8. Don't Ya Know?
  9. This Little Light of Mine [2005 version] (originally from Bob and Larry's Sunday Morning Songs)
  10. River Medley (from O Veggie, Where Art Thou?, but with a piano rendition of "Peace Like a River" instead of Mr. Nezzer's solo of "Down to the River")
  11. Thankfulness Song [2005 extended version] (originally from Madame Blueberry)
  12. The Dinnertime Song
  13. Twinkle, Twinkle Little Star [2005 version] (originally from Junior's Bedtime Songs)
  14. Think Of Me (extended version from Junior's Bedtime Songs; originally from Rack, Shack and Benny)
  15. God is So Good [2005 version] (originally from Junior's Bedtime Songs)

Cast[]

  • Phil Vischer as Bob the Tomato, Archibald Asparagus, Pa Grape, Jimmy Gourd, Mr. Lunt, Mr. Nezzer, and Phillipe Pea
  • Mike Nawrocki as Larry the Cucumber, Jerry Gourd, and Jean-Claude Pea
  • Lisa Vischer as Junior Asparagus and Lisa Asparagus

Promo Appearances[]

Fun Facts[]

Trivia[]

  • This, along with More Sunday Morning Songs with Bob & Larry was released to promote Duke and the Great Pie War.
  • The alternative cover showed Bob on bongos.
  • The following songs were reused from previous Sing-Alongs albums:
  • Some of the album's songs were previously sung in previous Sing-Alongs albums:
    • The Wheels on the Bus was previously sung in On the Road with Bob & Larry in zydeco style.
      • I've Been Working on the Railroad was also sung in said album, albeit in a medley with a rap version of Down by the Station.
    • He's Got the Whole World in His Hands and This Little Light of Mine were previously sung in Bob & Larry's Sunday Morning Songs.
    • If You're Happy and You Know It was previously sung in Bob & Larry's Backyard Party.
    • The Thankfulness Song, Twinkle, Twinkle Little Star, and God is So Good were previously sung in Junior's Bedtime Songs.

Remarks[]

  • There are several differences between the promo and the actual product:
    • This Little Light of Mine and He's Got the Whole World in His Hands use the versions from Bob & Larry's Sunday Morning Songs. Likewise, The Wheels on the Bus and I've Been Working on the Railroad use the versions from On the Road with Bob & Larry, and If You're Happy and You Know It uses the version from Bob & Larry's Backyard Party. However, this album uses completely different versions of these songs.
      • The second of these songs is also not listed as one of the songs for this album, neither are River Medley and Think of Me. Strangely though, the former is listed as one of the songs for More Sunday Morning Songs with Bob & Larry.
    • The Hand Song and the The Dinnertime Song are listed as "Shake Another Hand" and "Dinner-time Song," respectively.
    • My Day is shown on the list of songs in the promo, even though that song was never included in this album.
  • The album lists I've Got Peace Like a River as one of the songs included, however, the actual album has River Medley in its place. Still, this may be referring to the piano rendition of the former at the beginning of the latter.
  • At the end of The Hand Song, Pa says "Ya got my leg going," but as a grape, he has no legs.
  • At the beginning of Don't Ya Know?, Larry says he can play this song with his knuckles, but as a cucumber, he does not have any knuckles.
    • In the same song, one of the lyrics is "eat my carrots and my peas." This may be considered to be cannibalism, as there are certain characters in the show, such as Laura and the French Peas, who just so happen to be either carrots or peas.

Goofs[]

  • Mr. Lunt's voice is not properly pitch-shifted during This Little Light of Mine.

Inside References[]

  • The way Bob says "You got it!" during This is the Day is very similar to how Larry says it whenever you answer a question correctly in the Trivia Questions bonus features of many VeggieTales DVDs made at the time.
  • Between The Hand Song and Love Your Neighbor, Bob states that the teacher is telling a story about loving your neighbor, to which Pa asks "Didn't we do a show about that once?"
  • In This Little Light of Mine, Jean-Claude says "Pretty-pretty," which may be a reference to Michelle's doll, Miss Pretty-Pretty.
  • In Twinkle, Twinkle Little Star, Mr. Lunt asks Archibald to let him "take a whack at" singing the song. This is similar to what he says in I Got Shoes.
    • Archibald responds to this by saying "I don't know if that's such a good idea," possibly mirroring one of Bob's lines from Madame Blueberry.

Real-World References[]

  • At the beginning of the album, Bob asks Larry "What if the kids don't wanna go back to bed?". This is very similar to what Flounder asked Sebastian (both of whom are characters from Disney's The Little Mermaid) at one point in the latter's titular album.
  • After The Hand Song, Larry says that he is "all shook up", which might be a reference to the Elvis Presley song of the same name.
  • In The Dinner Time Song, the lyrics "We thank the Lord for what we're about to eat" and "If you like both savory and sweet" are sung to the tune of the first part of Mozart's "Eine Kleine Nachtmusik." This was previously heard at the beginning of King Darius Suite.
  • At the end of God is So Good, one of Larry's lines when he says goodbye to the kids is "See ya real soon." This is a likely reference to the familiar closing phrase of Disney character Mickey Mouse.

Fast Forward[]

  • Larry would later use the words "Cool!" and "Thanks!" together again a month later.

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