Editors’ Notes Four former Sesame Street performers bring a dozen puppet characters to life in this funny, knowing musical about reluctant grown-ups. Broadway tradition saturates the songs, with titles—"Everyone's a Little Bit Racist," "It Sucks to Be Me," "The Internet Is for Porn"—that telegraph their content. Ann Harada's big and balladic "The More You Ruv Someone" ("the more you want to kill them") is especially stunning among these perky, melodic, and surprisingly sincere bursts of comedic truth. Yes, they conclude, life is scary—"but it's only temporary."

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The Avenue Q Theme
1
1:02
 
What Do You Do with a B.A. in English / It Sucks to Be Me
2
5:55
 
If You Were Gay
3
2:30
 
Purpose
4
2:28
 
Everyone's a Little Bit Racist
5
5:27
 
The Internet Is for Porn
6
2:59
 
Mix Tape
7
3:35
 
I'm Not Wearing Underwear Today
8
0:28
 
Special
9
2:36
 
You Can Be as Loud as the Hell You Want (When You're Makin' Love)
10
2:41
 
Fantasies Come True
11
4:18
 
My Girlfriend, Who Lives in Canada
12
1:18
 
There's a Fine, Fine Line
13
2:39
 
There Is Life Outside Your Apartment
14
3:08
 
The More You Ruv Someone
15
2:23
 
Schadenfreude
16
3:04
 
I Wish I Could Go Back to College
17
2:09
 
The Money Song
18
5:01
 
School for Monsters / The Money Song (Reprise)
19
1:59
 
There's a Fine, Fine Line (Reprise) / What Do You Do with a B.A. in English? (Reprise)
20
1:43
 
For Now
21
3:12
 

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