What you need to know
- A new Central Park lyric video is available to sing along to on YouTube.
- Central Park season two has now come to an end.
- A third season of Central Park has already been confirmed.
Apple TV+ has shared a new lyric video for the popular kid and family musical show Central Park. The video comes as viewers can watch the season two finale on Apple's streaming service.
Apple TV+ often shares these Central Park lyric videos to give people the chance to sing along to some of the show's more iconic songs while seeing the words on-screen. In this case, fans of the show can sing along to A Walk In The Park — the video is embedded below!
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