(spoken) Sssss! Say hey! I'm Sammy the snake, and I'm here to tell you people something about the letter S. (sung) Oh, I'm Sammy the snake And I look like the letter Sssss. Oh, yes. I'm all wiggly and curvy, And I look like the letter Sssss. I confess. But do you know the sound Of Sammy the snake? Well, the sound of the letter S Is the sound I make. (spoken) I say Sssssss! Let me tell you about it. Out of sight. (sung) I say Sssss! in the morning, Sssss! in the afternoon. (spoken) Yes, I do to all my snake friends. (sung) I say See you later, Slinky. She's my sister. I say See you soon. (spoken) Yeah, she's super slick. (sung) Yeah, I'm Sammy the snake, And I have to confess That I look and I sound just like the letter S. (spoken) Now come on, all you children, and make that S sound with me. Here we go. Ssssssssssss! Yeah, that's fine. That's the sound you hear in the beginning of a word like sing or storytime. Let's do it again. Ssssssssssss! Yeah, you hear that sound in the beginning of a word like seesaw, silly, super, star, or seven. (sung) Yeah, I'm Sammy the snake, And I have to confess That I look and I sound just like the letter S. (spoken) Ssssssssssss! So long.