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Junior's Playtime Songs
Music by

Kurt Heinecke
Christopher Davis

Released

August 24, 2004

Previous episode

On the Road with Bob and Larry

Next episode

Bob and Larry's Campfire Songs

Junior's Playtime Songs is an album in the VeggieTales Sing-Along series that was released in 2004.

Tracklist

  1. Come Over to My House and Play (from Bob & Larry's Backyard Party)
  2. Playtime Song
  3. Love My Lips (from Dave and the Giant Pickle)
  4. Consider Yourself (originally from Oliver!)
  5. Boom Boom Ain't It Great to Be Crazy
  6. Rocka My Soul
  7. Here We Go Loopty Loo
  8. John Jimmy Jingleheimer Schmidt
  9. Look Olaf (from Lyle the Kindly Viking)
  10. I Got a Funny Feelin'
  11. My Aunt Came Back
  12. Allelu, Allelu
  13. What Do You Do (with a Tired Veggie)?
  14. Friends Medley
  15. A Friend is a Friend (from VeggieTales Live! On Stage and Bob & Larry's Backyard Party)

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

Fun Facts

Trivia

  • This was released on the same day as Bob & Larry's Campfire Songs.
  • This is the first album in the Sing-Alongs series to not include split tracks.
  • Come Over to My House and Play and A Friend is a Friend were previously sung in Bob & Larry's Backyard Party.

Remarks

  • Two of the songs included in this album are re-used from previously released albums or productions, but with certain audio clips cut off or replaced by other audio clips:
    • In Love My Lips, the Silly Song Announcer's lines are omitted, and his opening lines are replaced by Larry and Archibald talking. The song also end during the part when Archibald attempts to talk to Larry when the latter scats for the second time, thus completely omitting the Announcer's closing line.
    • The beginning of A Friend is a Friend is also omitted.

Inside References

Real-World References

  • Consider Yourself originated from Oliver!, the musical adaptation of Charles Dickens' Oliver Twist.
  • What Do You Do (With a Tired Veggie)? is based on (and sung to the tune of) the sea shanty What Shall We Do with a Drunken Sailor (also known simply as Drunken Sailor).

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