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|Written by||Jim Henson|
|Publisher||The B. F. Wood Music Company|
|Format||45 rpm single|
"Tick-Tock Sick" is a song by Jim Henson released on a 45 rpm single in 1960, backed with "The Countryside". In what appears to be a joke credit (not uncommon for novelty recordings at the time), the conducting of the "orchestra" (only about three musicians perform) is attributed to Frank Sinatra.
Jim Henson accomplished an amazing amount in his life, but given the large number of files on unrealized projects that are in the archives, he clearly didn't have enough time to do all that he wanted to do. And "Tick-Tock Sick" tells us that he was already feeling the crunch just six years into his career. ”
- Jim Henson's Red Book - Script with Lyrics