A boy's day in the city and out, overlapping with others' exploits, run through the 6 times table.


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A boy's day in the city and out, overlapping with others' exploits, run through the 6 times table.

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1973 (USA)  »

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I Got Six
Written by Bob Dorough
Performed by Grady Tate
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"I Got Six" was another educationally entertaining "Schoolhouse Rock!" segment
26 June 2011 | by (Baton Rouge, La.) – See all my reviews

This particular "Schoolhouse Rock!" segment-"I Got Six"-has got to be the funkiest of them all what with vocals by Grady Tate reciting Bob Dorough's lyrics which includes a reference to a prince with frizzy hair and the number of wives he has! There are also nice animations of some black and white kids playing marbles or getting gumballs from a machine. And how about some men downtown trying to get some lunch and going from place to place because some of the food may be to expensive for them? This animated short was from the first season of "Schoolhouse Rock!" which covered "Multiplication Rock" and was often shown between various Saturday morning programs on ABC during the '70s. I was a kid then and I highly enjoyed them during that time as I still do now when watching them on YouTube. So on that note, "I Got Six" is highly recommended.

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