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Overly Long Name: In 15 Pets, the turtle is called "Simon James Alexander Ragsdale the Third."
Parental Love Song: Going by the illustrations, "Snuggle Puppy", an affectionate song, is from a dog to a puppy.
Oh, snuggle puppy of mine
Everything about you is especially fine
I love what you are; I love what you do
Fuzzy little snuggle puppy, I love you!
Planet of Steves: the song "Fifteen Animals" is narrated by a young boy who owns said fifteen animals and is "giving each one a special name"óBob. And then at the end, we meet the fifteenth animal, his turtle Simon James Alexander Ragsdale III.
"The Shortest Song in the Universe" was intended to be only one verse long.
The shortest song in the universe
Really isn't much fun
It only has one puny verse
... and then it's done!
Also "Dinosaur Round", which repeats four lines over and over.
How can I feed this dinosaur
Who eats my lunch and asks for more?
More, more, more, more!
Never own a dinosaur.
Somewhere Song: "Pig Island" describes an idyllic island inhabited entirely by pigs.
Space Madness: In the three-part song "Cow Planet", sung by Billy J. Kramer, episode 2 heavily implies this is starting to happen to the crew by then. The voices sound deadpan and irritable, and some of the lyrics even suggest that some are getting sick of each other. "We've got a blazing afterburner, it's an irritating drum..."
Stock Yuck: "O Lonely Peas" (a kid talking to the peas he refuses to eat) and "Don't Give Me That (Broccoli)", about a kid resisting eating his broccoli.