Hmmmmm… hmmmmm… hmmmmm!!!

Ready pop?
Ready son?
Let’s go!
Let’s go!
One! two!

Lolly, Lolly, Lolly, get your adverbs here.
Lolly, Lolly, Lolly, got some adverbs here.
Come on down to Lolly’s, get the adverbs here!
You’re going to need
If you write or read,
Or even think about it.

Lolly Lolly Lolly, get your adverbs here.
Got a lot of lolly, jolly adverbs here.
Anything you need and we can make it absolutely clear…

An adverb is a word
(That’s all it is! and there’s a lot of them)
That modifies a verb,
(Sometimes a verb and sometimes)
It modifies an adjective, or else another adverb
And so you see that it’s positively, very, very, necessary.

Lolly, Lolly, Lolly, get your adverbs here.
Father, son, and Lolly selling adverbs here.
Got a lot of adverbs, and we make it clear,
So come to Lolly! (Lolly, Lolly, Lolly)

Hello, folks, this is Lolly, Sr., saying we have every adverb in the book,
so come on down and look.

Hello folks, Lolly, Jr. here. Suppose your house needs painting —
how are you going to paint it? That’s where the adverb comes in.
We can also give you a special intensifier so you can paint it very neatly or rather sloppily.

Hi! Suppose you’re going nut-gathering; your buddy wants to know where and when.
Use an adverb and tell him!

Get your adverbs!

Use it with an adjective, it says much more,
Anything described can be described some more.
Anything you’d ever need is in the store,
And so you choose very carefully every word you use.

Use it with a verb, it tells us how you did,
Where it happened, where you’re going, where you’ve been.
Use it with another adverb — that’s the end.
And even more…

How, where, or when,
Condition or reason,
These questions are answered
When you use an adverb.

Come and get it!

Lolly, Lolly, Lolly, get your adverbs here.
Quickly, quickly, quickly, get those adverbs here.
Slowly, surely, really learn your adverbs here.
You’re going need ’em if you read ’em,
If you write or talk or think about ’em … Lolly! (Lolly, Lolly, Lolly)

Announcer: If it’s an adverb, we have it at Lolly’s! Bring along your old adjectives, too –
like slow, soft, and sure. We’ll fit ’em out with our L-Y attachment
and make perfectly good adverbs out of them!

(Get your adverbs here!) Lots of good tricks at Lolly’s so come on down.

(Lolly, Lolly, Lolly!)

Adverbs deal with manner, place, time,

(Lolly, Lolly, Lolly!)

Condition, reason,

(Father, son, and Lolly)

Comparison, contrast

(Lolly, Lolly, Lolly)

Enrich your language with adverbs!

(Lolly, Lolly, Lolly)

Besides, they’re absolutely free!

(Lolly, Lolly, Lolly)

At your service!

Ok so I grew up ABC’s Schoolhouse Rock and to be honest? I can’t stand the remixes, HATE them they are awful. Nothing can nor will beat the original editions ever. To this day there are still people young and old on youtube and Vievo and other online streaming sites that pull Karaoke and sing along videos and they’re fun to watch. May SHR live forever in my personal opinion.