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Sunday Inspiration: Diana Ross & Big Bird

Sesame Street – Believe in your Self

Oh you can be what you want to be,
See what you want to see,
Believe in yourself,
Believe in yourself.

Go where you want to go,
Do what you want to do
Believe in yourself,
Believe in yourself.

Some folks try to tell you there are things you shouldn't do
You're not strong enough or smart enough at all,
But what seems right to them quite often
Might be wrong for you,
So be sure you try to climb
Before you get too scared you fall.

Oh, you can be what you want to be,
Learn what you want to learn,
Believe in yourself,
Believe in yourself.

Try what you need to try,
No one should question why,
Believe in yourself,
Believe in yourself.

Folks may say you're different,
That you've gone and lost your senses,
But the world is yours to walk in,
Go ahead and leap the fences.

And you'll see,
Believe in yourself
And the world belongs to you and me

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Comments

  1. Tim May 25, 2009 at 9:49 pm #

    Ha he…so cool. I grew up watching the old Sesame Street back in the 70’s and this is so cool to see. Kids of all ages could really get a lot out of watching this vid. Thanks for sharing!

  2. Simple Simon May 26, 2009 at 9:02 pm #

    Very cute, and nice walk down memory lane. I was a bit too old for Sesame Street in 1979, but it is great. I like the fact that Sesame Street is building up the self confidence/esteem of children. We all need a good boost to the ego and self confidence, no matter what age.
    Thanks for blowing the dust off of this archive and sharing it. A great message!!

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