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Math Song Rock2 130 by Mr. Sack
Add in math to know how many Add in math - that’s a fact 1+1=2
\ Subtract in math to take away Subtract in math - that’s a fact 3-2=1
I love to do math - that’s a fact!
Without math, I wouldn’t have a clue how to count my money
I might pay a million dollars for a brand new jar of honey!
Without math, I wouldn’t have a clue how to use a ruler
I might give you the wrong size ring if I were a jeweler
Add in math to know how many Add in math - that’s a fact 2+2=4
\ Subtract in math to take away Subtract in math - that’s a fact 4-3=1
I love to do math - that’s a fact!
Without math, I wouldn’t have a clue how to read a clock
I might never know when to go to bed instead I’d hear it tick-tock
Without math, I wouldn’t have a clue how fast and far my car goes
I couldn’t calculate how to go from state to state, I wouldn’t know: “Are we there yet?” (4x)
Add in math to know how many Add in math - that’s a fact 3+3=6
\ Subtract in math to take away Subtract in math - that’s a fact 6-5=1
I love to do math - that’s a fact! GO MATH! (3x)
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