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Very Silly Songs! (Originally known as A Very Silly Sing-Along) is the seventh episode in the VeggieTales animated series. Released in March 1997, it is the first of several sing-along videos. It features the four Silly Songs with Larry that had been released to date along with a half dozen others from the first five episodes. It also introduced the popular "The Pirates Who Don't Do Anything" whose Silly Song appears here for the first time.
- The VeggieTales Theme Song
- I Can Be Your Friend from Are You My Neighbor?
- The Dance of the Cucumber from Rack, Shack, and Benny
- Forgiveness Song from God Wants Me To Forgive Them!?!
- The Waterbuffalo Song from Where's God When I'm S-Scared?
- God Is Bigger from Where's God When I'm S-Scared?
- Love My Lips from Dave and the Giant Pickle
- Oh, No! from Where's God When I'm S-Scared?
- Stand Up! from Rack, Shack and Benny
- The Hairbrush Song from Are You My Neighbor?
- The New and Improved Bunny Song from Rack, Shack and Benny
- The Pirates Who Don't Do Anything
- As the video begins, Larry is sporting a "Gourd's Gym" T-shirt, based off the popular "Lord's Gym" shirts - itself a takeoff off the "Gold's Gym" shirts. The "Gourd's Gym" T-shirt is available from LAS Creations.
- As the dizzy Peas hop up and down on QWERTY's keyboard, one of them shouts, "Jane! Stop this crazy thing!" This is a reference to The Jetsons, a futuristic cartoon from Hanna-Barbara.
- Larry's comment at the video's conclusion is, "Hey Bob! I bought a whole chocolate factory for no money down!" This alludes to "Rack, Shack & Benny", in which the entire episode takes place in Mr. Nezzer's chocolate factory.
- That parrot in The Pirates Who Don't Do Anything Silly Song is really a penguin from The Toy That Saved Christmas.