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BMI or ASCAP show nothing for either "Oh, G" or "I Love That Letter", but BMI does show a song just named "G", written by Thad Mumford and Chris Cerf. Since most songs Cerf sings in he wrote, could this be the actual song title? - Oscarfan 12:48, November 1, 2009 (UTC)
- I don't know. That could be one of his "Between the Lions" songs. - Oscarfan 20:28, November 2, 2009 (UTC)
- Ah right, good point. As we've done in other cases, I would say we should go with the best name based on the lyrics. "G" (or as we'd title it here, G (song)) doesn't seem right to me. "Oh, G (I Love That Letter)" seems to work. And if we find a source later, we can always move it. It's bound to show up on Sesamestreet.org eventually. Although admittedly, they don't always go with the legal title. —Scott (talk) 04:37, November 3, 2009 (UTC)
The guide for episode 1194 lists a song called "G Song". Could this be it? It would've been made around 1977 or 1978 (as the puppets appear in another sketch with Grover). -- MuppetDude 19:44, December 2, 2009 (UTC)
- I'd assume it is. The song looks like it's from the same season as the 10 Commandments song, also written by Thad and Chris. - Oscarfan 01:43, December 9, 2009 (UTC)