Category: School House Rock

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Schoolhouse Rock- Telegraph Line

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1979. This song teaches about the human nervous system, portrayed as a deliverer of telegrams to people who either hurt

Schoolhouse Rock- Ready Or Not, Here I Come

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1973. It teaches about the multiplication of 5 through a game of hide and seek, in which the seeker counts

Schoolhouse Rock- No More Kings

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1975. This song teaches about the pilgrims settling in America up to the Boston Tea Party. This song was voted

Janet

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Janet, by School House Rock!

Schoolhouse Rock- I Got Six

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1973. This is the first to feature a black person as the main character of the series. It teaches about

Schoolhouse Rock- Them Not-So-Dry Bones

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1979. This song teaches about the human skeleton. This song was voted the 23rd best song on the 30th anniversary

Schoolhouse Rock: Interjections Music Video

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Schoolhouse Rock- The Four-Legged Zoo

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1973. It teaches about the multiplication of 4. Sung and written by Bob Dorough.

Schoolhouse Rock- A Victim Of Gravity

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1978. This song teaches about the universal law of gravity and is performed by the Tokens in the style of

Schoolhouse Rock- The Great American Melting Pot

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1977. This song teaches about Immigration in America. This song was voted the 19th best song on the 30th anniversary

Schoolhouse Rock- The Body Machine

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1979. This song teaches about our bodies needs. Sung by Bob Dorough, Jack Sheldon. Written by Lynn Ahrens.

Schoolhouse Rock- Naughty Number Nine

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1973. It teaches about the multiplication of 9. The song describes a large anthropomorphic feline pool hustler (possibly inspired by

Schoolhouse Rock- Do The Circulation

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1979. This song teaches about our bodies circulatory system. Sung by Oshie Armstead, Mary Sue Barry, Maeretha Stewart. Written by

Schoolhouse Rock – 7.50 Once a Week

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Debuted in 1995. It was written and sung by Dave Frishberg. This song teaches about budgeting your money. This song

Schoolhouse Rock: Science – Energy Blues Music Video

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