C is for COOKIE!!!


Well it is, ther is an entire song about it sung by one of my childhood favorites. If you are unfamiliar with “C” is for cookie, well that’s ok. The original version was done in 1971, a good year to be sure. The song was written by Joe Raposa who wrote a lot of Sesame Street music and many other Children’s television music. “C is for cookie though.. that’s my Jam.

Take a trip down memory lane, todays post is short but how could I possibly do better than to share a great song, full of memories with all of you.



I had thought about writing about Cavemen… But I randomly started humming this while at work so… there ya go but… I do like cavemen so you get a picture too.

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7 Comments on “C is for COOKIE!!!

  1. I remember this song! Not from 1971… but not too long after that. (Shh… don’t tell anyone.) I remember Captain Caveman, too! Those were good times… 🙂

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