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{{song|writer=|composer=[[Phillip Namanworth]]|lyricist=[[Benjamin Goldstein]]|date=[[1983]]|source=|publisher=Sesame Street Inc}}
 
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"'''Garbageman's Blues Song'''" is a country-style ballad about the trash collector's lot, accompanying a live action film on ''[[Sesame Street]]''. The singer describes his life as a garbageman, and the process which refuse goes through, including incineration, compacting and compressing, and recycling. The ultimate goal is to "make less of it" or find other uses for garbage.
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"'''Garbageman's Blues Song'''" is a country-style ballad about the trash collector's lot, accompanying a live action film on ''[[Sesame Street]]''. The singer describes his life as a garbageman, and the process which refuse goes through, including incineration, compacting and compressing, and recycling. The ultimate goal is to "make less of it" or find other uses for garbage.
   
 
==Releases==
 
==Releases==

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Music by Phillip Namanworth
Lyrics by Benjamin Goldstein
Date 1983
Publisher Sesame Street Inc

thumb|right|300px|"Garbageman's Blues Song."

Garbagemansblues

"Garbageman's Blues Song" is a country-style ballad about the trash collector's lot, accompanying a live action film on Sesame Street. The singer describes his life as a garbageman, and the process which refuse goes through, including incineration, compacting and compressing, and recycling. The ultimate goal is to "make less of it" or find other uses for garbage.

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