Country Counts

MUSICAL MATHLETES: It’s time to do the numbers . . . heartache by the numbers, that is. Instead of a countdown, this episode of Monkey School counts up, featuring 15 country and country-tinged songs with a numerical bent. Though we draw heavily from golden oldies (Kitty Wells & Red Foley, Jean Shepard, and Faron Young) and timeless classics (Willie Nelson, Tammy Wynette, and Johnny Paycheck), we can’t count out a few contemporary numbers too (Carolyn Mark, Old 97’s, and Wilco). So use both hands and one of your feet (left or right, your choice) to tally the top 15 reasons to learn a little math. No calculators!

Kitty Wells & Red Foley – One By One
Carolyn Mark – Two Days Smug And Sober
Willie Nelson – Three Days
The Old 97’s – Four Leaf Clover
Faron Young – I’ve Got Five Dollars And It’s Saturday Night
Dave Dudley – Six Days On The Road
Jean Shepard – Seven Lonely Days
The Mother Truckers – Magic 8 Ball
Tammy Wynette – Apartment #9
Kim Lenz & Her Jaguars – Ten Cats Down
Johnny Paycheck – A-11
Red Meat – 12-inch 3-Speed Oscillating Fan
Wilco  – Thirteen
Lorne Greene – Fourteen Men
Roxie Williams – Fifteen Seconds

Opening theme: The Mopes – Hula Hoop
Background song: The Moving Sidewalks – The Fountain
Closing them: Wolfgang Kaltenbach – Party Shaker

Download: Monkey School 11

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