Literal Schoolhouse Rocks In this music parody, we rewrote songs from educational children's cartoon Schoolhouse Rock to be about actual types of minerals and rocks.
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Literal Schoolhouse Rocks

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Literal Schoolhouse Rocks

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Literal Schoolhouse Rocks

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Stone-cold trivia whiz or are your skills a bit rocky? In this music parody, we rewrote songs from educational children's cartoon Schoolhouse Rock to be about actual types of minerals and rocks.

As heard on Jim Gaffigan Brings The Laughs Again.