Song from GenX childhood in the USA:
Why do we always come here
I guess we'll never know
It's like some kind of torture
To have to watch the show
-from the Muppet Show, (1976-1981) sung by the two critics sitting in their box in the opening of the show (as shown in this photo).
My sister was born 5 years before I was. We watched this show together when I was little. I have an image of us sitting on the floor, in front of the TV, in the living room. We aren't sitting Indian style, but on our heels. My Yoga video calls it "Child's Pose."
The opening part of the show, specifically the lines by the critics, always made us laugh. The voices and notes of this verse of the song were off compared to the rest.
Did you realize as you were watching that the show is a parody? It makes sense now.
By the way, GenX means people born between about 1965 and about 1982.
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