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SchoolhousePolka
Schoolhouse Polka
is the fifteenth Silly Song with Larry.

Larry explains about the different types of homophones.

Lyrics

The Announcer: And now it's time for "Schoolhouse Polka with Larry", the part of the show Larry comes out and sings a schoolhouse polka.

Larry: Whether, whether, whether, whether, Whether you like it or not Weather, weather, weather, weather, Weather is cold, warm and hot

Two, two, two, two


Two of my favorite toys


I’m bringing to, to, to, to


A place the first one enjoys and I like it, too!

Larry and background singers: Homophones! Homophones!


Where the crews come cruising down the plane!


Homophones! Homophones!


I need my kneaded biscuits plain!

Larry: I know a pear, pear, pear, pear


With a pair of really soft shoes


He wears them to pare, pare, pare, pare


Bushes that easily bruise.

I planted rows, rows, rows, rows of a horribly bad smelling rose


Now no one knows, knows, knows, knows


If the scent will be leaving my nose!


But most likely no.

Larry and background singers: Homophones! Homophones!

  Where the toads are towed out on the plane!


Homophones! Homophones!

I need my kneaded biscuits plain!

(Larry does a guitar like riff with the accordian)

Larry: (slightly faster) Whether, whether, whether, whether,


Whether you like it or not


Weather, weather, weather, weather,


Weather is cold, warm and hot. The Announcer: This has been "Schoolhouse Polka with Larry". Tune in next time to hear Larry sing...

Larry: What happened to my preposition?


I took it on an expedition.


Put it by the thing I keep my fish in.


Got infected with a skin condition.

The Announcer: ...And...

LARRY I’m a pronoun,


They’re a pronoun,


He’s a pronoun,


She’s a pronoun


Wouldn’t you like to be a pronoun too?

The Announcer: ...And...

Larry: It was the Biggest, bluest, cleanest, brightest


Quickest, newest, roundest, nicest


Softest, tallest, toughest, lightest


Smoothest, kindest, flatest, tightest


Most amazing adjective I’d ever seen!

The Announcer: ...And...

Larry: I’m done.

The Announcer: …Interjections? Adverbs?

Larry: …ahh, no.

The Announcer: Alrighty.

Fun Facts

  • A homophone is a grammatical way of words that sound the same, but meant differently.
  • Larry's teacher outfit is based after Mike's friend Hans, who is a music teacher.
  • This is the second Silly Songs to use less than three angles. The first being Water Buffalo.

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