|1. Free To Be You And Me - The New Seekers|
|2. Boy Meets Girl - Mel Brooks and Marlo Thomas|
|3. When We Grow Up - Diana Ross|
|4. Don't Dress Your Cat In An Apron - Billy De Wolfe|
|5. Parents Are People - Harry Belafonte and Marlo Thomas|
|6. Housework - Carol Channing|
|7. Helping - Tom Smothers|
|8. Ladies First - Marlo Thomas|
|9. Dudley Pippin And The Principal - Billy De Wolfe, Marko Thomas, Bobby Morse|
|10. It's All Right To Cry - Rosey Grier|
|11. Sisters And Brothers - Sisters and Brothers|
|12. My Dog Is A Plumber - Dick Cavett|
|13. William's Doll - Alan Alda and Marlo Thomas|
|14. Atlanta - Alan Alda and Marlo Thomas|
|15. Grandma - Diana Sands|
|16. Girl Land - Jack Cassidy and Shirley Jones|
|17. Dudley Pippin And His No-Friend - Bobby Morse and Marlo Thomas|
|18. Glad To Have A Friend Like You - Marlo Thomas|
|19. Free To Be...You And Me - The New Seekers|
I feel the language and subject matter in this album can be safely rated G (even in "Boy Meets Girl," when a girl and boy baby humorously debate who is the girl and who is the boy). This album is safe for households concerned about media encouraging bad behavior in their children. On the other hand, this album is best avoided by households that wish to instill "traditional" gender roles in their children.
If you love(d) this album, do yourself a favor and get the companion book, _Stories for Free Children_. It explores the same themes of compassion, cooperation, and fun.
On a side note, it was a revelation to come back to "Free to Be" in my college years and realize how many of the performers were Famous People.