Get ready to break out your sheet music and practice your instruments – school is almost back in session. Believe it or not, going back to school can be a lot of fun because there are a ton of great songs for you to play and perform. Why not get a head start and play some school-inspired songs to get in the mood to learn music?
For starters, you could groove to School of Rock Guitar Tab. This song was featured in a comedy film by the same name, starring Jack Black. To help you learn this song, we also have a Guitar Guru Session of School of Rock, too. Remember, every session comes with an accompanying guitar tab so you can play this song well after you’ve mastered it.
Not into hard rock? That’s okay, we understand that you might think we don’t need no education, but we still think you do. Don’t want to keep Waitin’ in School? Maybe you should Grease back your hair and get ready for a High School Musical. After all, you don’t want to be a Beauty School Dropout, do you? If the first HSM isn’t enough, you might want to try High School Musical 2. What’s that you say? You want to Scream “I Want It All Right Now!” Okay…don’t worry! We have what you want in this High School Musical 3 Collection.
Well, before you Walk Away, you might want to study up on your lessons with Schoolhouse Rock!
Schoolhouse Rock Sheet Music
Do you remember Schoolhouse Rock? From songs like Conjunction Junction to I’m Just a Bill, Schoolhouse Rock has brought animated humor and a whole lot of fun to help teach topics like politics, science, grammar, money, math and technology.
In this money-saving Schoolhouse Rock Song Collection you can enjoy ten popular songs for only $26.95, which saves you $23.15.
Here are ten songs from Schoolhouse Rock that you might enjoy playing or singing:
- I’m Just a Bill
- Conjunction Junction
- Three Is a Magic Number
- No More Kings
- Interplanet Janet
- Lolly, Lolly, Lolly, Get Your Adverbs Here
- Electricity, Electricity
- My Hero, Zero
- Dollars and Sense
- The Great American Melting Pot
What songs get you in the mood to learn your instrument or master your singing lessons? Share your favorites in the comments below!