- Some questions frequently asked by houseowners : multiplication songs?
♥ when i was in second grade and we were learning our times tables, my teacher had a cd used for each number. (1, 2, 3, etc.) there was a specific song for 3, and as i recall, it went like this. three six nine, baseball time, jenny lost her cap around the third base line, the fielder tossed, but the ball got lost, and the score keeps climbing climbing. and then it went on. i'm bound and determined to find this song, but i don't think i can without your help. the lyrics are not coming up on google, and the closest thing i can find is this song by aaron carter: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mdidrop4a3e the beat is the same, and the song is similar, but everything aside from the very beginning is additional, and the lyrics are changed. i think there was an entire series of songs for each number, each by the same company/group. does anyone know what i'm talking about? a link to the "3 6 9" song would be great! just remembered, i know another one of their songs was dedicated solely to 8 x 7, not sure why. but it went "the numbers just don't mix; eight times seven is fifty six!" something like that.