Originally Posted by Ann1977
It's not original. It's a medley --a novelty jingle plus the theme song of a famous "educational" TV show for kids.
YouTube - "Sesame Street Theme" 1998-2001
YouTube - Sesame Street - Over, Under, Around and Through
It's the only song about prepositions I know, and even then I had to throw in the theme music to round it out. There's a national shortage of songs all about prepositions.
But if anyone ever gets to be a Vowel Hero, I know a song about vowels we can honor him with!
And the names for the comparative forms of adjectives. I know a song about that too.
Yeah, I have seen a couple of animated jingles on various aspects of grammar and pronunciation. One which comes to my mind now is about "Diphthongs"
When two vowels go talking,
First one does the talking,.....
I think that rule was for digraphs, like "hear", rather than diphthongs, which arise when a vowel is pronounced with two distinct qualities, as well as a slide in between them.