Herman records his own version of 'Dry Bones' as a lark on a tape recorder belonging to one of Eddie's friends. Before he knows it, the song, now known as 'That's how Herman was born' is number three in the top forty for two consecutive weeks. Lily starts to worry that Herman's ego is expanding uncontrollably. Written by
The TV Archaeologist
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That dream I had last night was the straw that broke the dragon's back.
References King Kong
That's how Herman was born
Adapted and Composed by Jack Marshall
and Bob Mosher
Performed by Fred Gwynne
Guitar performed by Jack Marshall See more