|I Love to Sing with Barney|
|Released||January 12, 1999|
|Recorded||June 1998/September 1998|
|Produced by|| David Bernard Wolf|
|Preceded by||Songs in the Key of Purple|
|Succeeded by||Barney's Sing Along: In Outer Space|
I Love to Sing with Barney is an album, celebrating "Barney's 10th Anniversary" that was released on January 12, 1999.
- Being Together
- The Land of Make-Believe
- Our Friend Barney Had A Band
- Taking Turns
- Over in the Meadow
- London Bridge
- The Yum Yum Song
- The Noble Duke of York
- The Clapping Song
- A Silly Hat
- Boom, Boom, Ain't It Great to Be Crazy?
- Laugh With Me!
- Castles So High
- She'll Be Coming Around the Mountain
- Down By the Station
- Bumpin' Up and Down
- The Raindrop Song
- Colors Make Me Happy
- The More We Get Together
- The Rocket Song
- The Baby Bop Hop
- The Muffin Man Medley: The Muffin Man/Hot Cross Buns/Pat-A-Cake/The Muffin Man (Reprise)
- If You're Happy and You Know It (Audio Taken from: Sing and Dance with Barney)
- People Helping Other People
- You Can Count on Me
- I Love You
- This album was released the same day as "Sing and Dance with Barney".
- This album was composed by David Bernard Wolf.
- The songs, "Laugh With Me!" and "Boom, Boom, Ain't it Great to Be Crazy?" are recycled from "Run Jump Skip and Sing" and the songs, "If You're Happy and You Know It" and "Castles So High" from "Sing and Dance with Barney". Other than that, all of the songs were recorded directly for this soundtrack album.
- The version of I Love You is getting more faster than in "Barney's Sleepytime Songs", based on the version used in some Season 3 episodes of "Barney & Friends" such as "Shawn & the Beanstalk", "On the Move", "A Welcome Home", "Classical Cleanup", "Gone Fishing!", "Who's Who on the Choo Choo?" and even "Up We Go!".
- The 2003 re-release of this album claims to include a bonus track titled "Hale-Bopp Boogie", but no such track in this soundtrack album.