Mother Goose Rocks!: Top 20 Music Video Countdown Trailer

Mother Goose Rocks!: Top 20 Music Video Countdown Trailer (2005)

01 January 2005

Where else can you catch the Green Eyed Peas, Gwen Stuffuny and P-Nut Eminem? All these "stars" and more appear on this 20-song musical parody, singing the familiar children's songs we all know and love in a style that's cool and hip. Tracks include "Down by the Bay" by the Lonely Amigos, "Home on the Range" by Kelly Idol and "Ants Go Marching" by April Cansing.

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