Time for some comedy.
Sesame Street is a children's television show originating from the USA. It is made by the Children's Television Workshop (CTW), it is the first children's TV show to use educational theory and research to create curriculum based content for pre-school aged children. The show uses comedy and music to teach with short animated, live action or Muppet characters. It is one of the most popular children's TV shows in the world and has received more awards than any other children's TV show.
Music Parodies with Musicians is a medley of songs from the cast and children of Sesame Street performed with famous singers who are parodying their own songs. The songs and performers in this medley are: Superstition by Stevie Wonder; Don’t Know Y by Norah Jones; Just The Way You Are by Billy Joel & Marlee Matlin; Pride by The Goo Goo Dolls; Two Princes by the Spin Doctors; Furry Happy Monsters by REM; I Got A Song by Ray Charles; I Soaks Up The Sun by Sheryl Crow; Hold My Hand by Hootie & The Blowfish; No Letter Better Than B by The Dixie Chicks; Time To Say Goodnight by Andrea Bocelli; Slimey To The Moon by Tony Bennett; 1234 by Feist; Five By by Train; (A Monster Went and) Ate My Red Two by Elvis Costello; That Grouchy Face by James Taylor; Grouch Thrift Shop by Macklemore; U Really Got A Hold On Me by Smokey Robinson; Like The Way U Does by Melissa Etheridge; What Makes “U” So Useful by One Direction; Outdoors by Jason Mraz; My Triangle by James Blunt; and Me And Julio Down By The Schoolyard by Paul Simon.
You can follow Sesame Street on their Official Website, on Facebook, on Twitter, on Vine, on Tumblr, on Instagram, on Pintrest, and on their YouTube channel. You can buy their recordings on iTunes, on Google Play, and on Amazon.