List of Schoolhouse Rock! Episodes - Songs - Money Rock

Money Rock

Ep No Title Sung by: Written by: Original air date
1 "Dollars And Sense" Bob Dorough,
Val Hawk
Dave Frishberg 1994
This song teaches about how your money that you deposit in a bank earns interest or the money you borrow gains interest. The song is performed as a country music song, a genre that was enjoying a popular renaissance at the time. This song was voted #18 on the 30th Anniversary DVD Top 25.
2 "Tax Man Max" Patrick Quinn Lynn Ahrens,
Stephen Flaherty
This song teaches about taxes. It is performed at Broadway.
3 "$7.50 Once A Week" Dave Frishberg Dave Frishberg 1995
This song teaches about budgeting your money. This song teaches about the expenses people encounter and ways to save money, by showing how a kid with a $7.50 allowance spent all of it far quicker than he wanted to (and, as it turned out, could have).
4 "Where The Money Goes" Jack Sheldon Rich Mendoza 1995
A father explains to his son the numerous expenses a family incurs.
5 "Tyrannosaurus Debt" Bob Dorough,
Bob Kaliban
Tom Yohe 1996
The song is a discussion of the continuous increases in the United States national debt, which is portrayed as a Tyrannosaurus rex.
6 "Walkin' On Wall Street" Dave Frishberg Dave Frishberg 1996
This song teaches about Wall Street and stock, as sung by a pigeon who also happens to be a savvy investor in the stock market.
7 "This For That" Bob Dorough George Newall 1996
This song teaches about the history of barter and trading as well as the evolution of the money supply throughout history.
8 "The Check's In The Mail" Luther Rix Bob Dorough 1996
This song teaches about the process a check goes through.

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