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VeggieTales: Very Silly Songs!
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June 8th, 1999 VHS cover

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Phil Vischer
Animation Direction:
Chris Olsen
David Pitts
Tim Hodge

Mike Nawrocki
Chris Olsen

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Chris Olsen

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Mike Nawrocki
Phil Vischer

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Phil Vischer
Mike Nawrocki
Lisa Vischer
Jim Poole
Mike Sage
Dan Anderson

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Phil Vischer
Mike Nawrocki

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Big Idea Productions

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Lyrick Studios
Word, Inc.

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January 14th, 1997
June 8th, 1999 (Lyrick Studios)
November 9th, 2004 (DVD)

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31:56 minutes

Language

English

A Very Silly Sing-Along! is the 7th episode in the VeggieTales animated series. It was released in January 14th, 1997 by Everland Entertainment on VHS, in June 8th, 1999 by Lyrick Studios on VHS, in November 9, 2004 on DVD by Sony Wonder with the Silly Song DVD Collecton, In Early 2006, it was re-released as part of the VeggieTales Classics Banner on DVD by Word Entertainment. In September 18, 2007, it was re-released with the seperate disc, and is the first of several sing-along videos. It features the 4 Silly Songs with Larry that had been released to date along with a half dozen others from the first 5 episodes. It also introduced the popular "The Pirates Who Don't Do Anything" whose Silly Song appears for the first time.

SongsEdit

  1. VeggieTales Theme Song
  2. I Can Be Your Friend (from Are You My Neighbor?)
  3. Dance of the Cucumber (from Rack, Shack & Benny)
  4. The Forgiveness Song (from God Wants Me to Forgive Them!?!)
  5. The Water Buffalo Song (from Where's God When I'm S-Scared?)
  6. God is Bigger (from Where's God When I'm S-Scared?)
  7. I Love My Lips (from Dave and the Giant Pickle)
  8. Oh, No! What We Gonna Do? (from Where's God When I'm S-Scared?)
  9. Stand Up (from Rack, Shack & Benny)
  10. The Hairbrush Song (from Are You My Neighbor?)
  11. The New and Improved Bunny Song (from Rack, Shack & Benny)
  12. The Pirates Who Don't Do Anything

TriviaEdit

  • The "Bunny Song" from Rack, Shack & Benny had turned out to be extremely popular when it wasn't supposed to be, as it taught children bad manners which were aganist the message of the show. For this reason, when this video came out, the bunny song segment was redubbed to encourage better manners and ways of living.

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