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"'''On Top of Old Smokey'''" is a traditional American folk song which tells a tale about a lost love. On the 1975 album ''[[Bert & Ernie Sing-Along]]'', it is sung by [[Grover]], with special lyrics about Grover having lost a bunch of personal items. However, when he gets home, he sees [[Grover's Mommy|his mother]], who has all of his stuff.
 
"'''On Top of Old Smokey'''" is a traditional American folk song which tells a tale about a lost love. On the 1975 album ''[[Bert & Ernie Sing-Along]]'', it is sung by [[Grover]], with special lyrics about Grover having lost a bunch of personal items. However, when he gets home, he sees [[Grover's Mommy|his mother]], who has all of his stuff.
   

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Music by traditional, arr. by Sam Pottle
Lyrics by Jim Henson
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"On Top of Old Smokey" is a traditional American folk song which tells a tale about a lost love. On the 1975 album Bert & Ernie Sing-Along, it is sung by Grover, with special lyrics about Grover having lost a bunch of personal items. However, when he gets home, he sees his mother, who has all of his stuff.

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