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Cast

  • Gobo Fraggle as Kermit the Frog
  • Sir Blunderbrain as Jim Nabors
  • Fiona Fraggle as Whatnot Belle
  • Philo as Statler
  • Gunge as Waldorf

Lyrics

Gobo Fraggle: Uh, we're real proud to have with us on the show tonight, a gentleman who has two distinct personalities. He's a real country boy who became famous as Gomer Pyle, and also he sings everything from pop to opera. So let's give a real Fraggle Show welcome to Sir Blunderbrain!

(Open on Fraggle Ranch. Music swells up, and Sir Blunderbrain sings.)

Sir Blunderbrain: Gone with the wind,
Just like a leaf that has blown away.
Gone with the wind,
My romance has flown away.
Yesterday's kisses are still on my lips.
I had a lifetime of heaven at my fingertips.


(Fiona Fraggle makes her way to him. He embraces her.)

Sir Blunderbrain: Now all is gone,
Gone is the rapture that thrilled my heart.
Gone with the wind,
The gladness that filled my heart.


(The wind becomes stronger, blowing her out of his arms.)

Sir Blunderbrain: Just like a flame,
Love burned brightly then became
An empty smoke dream that has gone,
Gone with the wind.


(Sir Blunderbrain looks around as the wind becomes stronger.)

Sir Blunderbrain: Now all is gone,
Gone is the rapture that thrilled my heart.
Gone with the wind,
The gladness that filled my heart.


(The fence and the Fraggle Ranch sign collapse. Fiona Fraggle comes back. Her wig falls off, then she is blown away again.)

Sir Blunderbrain: Just like a flame,
Love burned brightly then became
An empty smoke dream that has gone,
Gone with the wind.


(Sir Blunderbrain's pants fall down as he finishes the song.)

Gunge: I tell ya, that Sir Blunderbrain is a real good sport, a real good singer.

Philo: I used to live next door to him. He was a real good Blunderbrain. (laughs)

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