Sesame Street: Snowman Poem


– [Narrator] I cannot make a
snowman, no matter how I try. There isn’t any snow in June or in July. I have a pair of coal eyes and a button for his nose. I do not think a snowman
needs any other clothes. I tried to make a snowman
out of ordinary ice, but it wasn’t like a snowman
and I had to do it twice. I have something for above
him and something for beneath. I even have a toothpick so
they wouldn’t pick his teeth. I tried to make a snowman
out of ordinary sand, but it wouldn’t stick together
and I couldn’t make it stand. So I’ve come to the conclusion, and I don’t care if you know, that you cannot make a snowman
if you haven’t any snow. – R2 says he’d like to sing
your alphabet song as well. (R2 speaking in beeps)
– Oh, yeah, of course. I didn’t even know he could sing. (R2 speaking in louder beeps) – He says he can sing very well, in his own language, of course.

6 thoughts on “Sesame Street: Snowman Poem

  1. This is one of the most silliest SS skits ever made.If you're making a snowman out of ice or sand you can't even call it that.

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