Tuesday, October 14, 2008

Ten Songs from Tough Economic Times, Ten Songs about the Economy, Demand, Supply Rap, and Economic Songs for Kids

The market went up on Monday, the U.S. government's latest economic strategies were debated, the market was so-so on Tuesday, and I am still struggling to figure things out. I don't have any profound insights to share at the moment....

In the meantime, here are links to some "Economic Sounds"....

Ten Songs from Tough Economic Times - Ken Oliver's post on the Music Matters blog

"Demand, Supply" Rap, by Rhythm, Rhyme, Results

Top 10 Songs about the Economy - by Wade Tatangelo, of Tampa Calling, Creative Loafing

Economic Songs (For Kids)
The following songs are from the KidsEcon website. The links are to lyrics set to the tune of popular songs, such as "If you are happy and you know it, clap your hands".

I especially liked these songs, in light of our current circumstances, both set to "The Farmer in the Dell":

The Handy Dandy Guide Helps Me Decide!

The Supply and Demand Song

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