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Album Review

Rainy days can be fun when kids sing along with Peter and the neighborhood kids. This boredom stopper includes songs like "Bored, Bored, Bored," "Wha'd'ya Wanna Do?," "I Am a Pizza," and many others.

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He's a poopie head

Bored Bored Bored that's what this album makes me. He's pizza i hope someone eats him. boo boo :( :( :( :( :0 :)

Best children's songs ever

When I was a kid (like 25 years ago), I loved this album so much. The songs are hilarious and I still sing them today. They have great morals. As an adult I grew to appreciate You Get a Little Extra, still very funny. If you have listened to this album as much as I did, you would sing a song everytime you ate sandwiches, every time someone slapped hands, and everytime you ordered a pizza. Hmm, not sure if that is a compliment, but I meant it that way.

A Timeless Classic

I listened to these songs as a kid, I listen to them as an adult, and I'll listen to them with my kids some day. It's great music for people, in general, though it caters to young people. To those of you who are saying that "I Am A Pizza" doesn't make any sense, I think you're missing the point.

Biography

Born: Connecticut

Genre: Singer/Songwriter

Years Active: '70s, '80s, '90s

Peter Alsop started out as a folk singer for "people who once were kids," but it's inevitable that someone who would pen the song "It's Only a Wee Wee (So What's the Big Deal?)" would eventually address his true audience: children. As the owner/songwriter of Moose School Records, and later on the human services keynote circuit, Alsop's kid-like demeanor and kid-friendly style touched the hearts of families around the United States. Born and raised in Connecticut, Alsop studied at Trinity College...
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