Simon and his Damn Chalk Drawings

Forgive me, I’m having a nostalgia moment.

Does anyone else remember Simon in the Land of Chalk Drawings?

I think Simon left his mark on a lot of the 1970’s & 1980’s generation. What child hasn’t ever wanted to step into a drawing, book, or some other realm? Hmm, maybe someone should ask James De La Vega or the director of the iconic early music video for Aha’s Take on Me if he ever watched this show!

Note: This theme song has to be one of the stickiest ever, right up there with the Brady Bunch song. Sometimes it plays in my head for absolutely no good reason. Fess up, I know I am not the only one. [walks away humming the theme song…]

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