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*''[[Shalom Sesame]]: [[Show 8: Journey to Secret Places|Journey to Secret Places]]'' (1990, partially dubbed in Hebrew as "Disco Tzefarde'im")
 
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Written by Joe Raposo
Date 1979
Publisher Wizzybus Music Inc.
Sesame Street Kermit Sings Disco Frog(03:19)
Kermit the Frog sings "Disco Frog."
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Jim Henson performs Kermit for the Sesame Street version of the song.

"Disco Frog" is a song sung by Kermit the Frog on Sesame Street. It was recorded for the 1979 album Sesame Disco!.

Kermit later performed the song on The Muppet Show in episode 418. In this version, Kermit wore a leisure suit and danced on lily pads in the swamp. Kermit danced in front of a black background, and puppeteers were dressed in black so that Kermit's whole body could be used. In some shots, portions of the black outfits worn by the performers can be seen. Kermit was joined by many frogs (including his nephew Robin) and an alligator.

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