Announcer: And now, Wakko Warner with the 50 US states and their capitals.
Wakko: Baton Rouge, Lousiana, Indianapolis, Indiana, and Columbus is the capital of Ohio; there's Montgomery, Alabama, soth of Helena, Montana; then there's Denver, Colorado, under Boise, Idaho
Texas has Austin, then we go north, to massachusetts, Boston, and Albany, New York; Tallahassee, Florida, and Washington, D.C., Santa Fe, New Mexico, and Nashville, Tennessee.
Elvis used to hang out there a lot, ya know
Trenton's in New Jersey north of Jefferson, Missouri, you got Richmond in Virginia, South Dakota has Pierre; Harrisburg's in Pennsylvania and Augusta's up in Maine, and here is Providence, Rhode Island, next to Dover, Delaware
Concord, New Hampshire, just a quick jaunt, to Montpelier, which is up in Vermont; hartford's in Connecticut, so pretty in the fall, and Kansas has Topeka, Minnesota has St. Paul
Juneau's in Alaska and there's Lincoln in Nebraska, and it's Raleigh out in North Carolina, and then there's Madison, Wisconsin, and Olympia in Washington, Phoenix, Arizon, and Lansing, Michigan
Here's Honolulu, Hawaii's a joy, Jackson, Mississippi, and Springfield, Illinois; South Carolina with Columbia down the way, and Annapolis in maryland on ChesapeakBay
They have wonderful clam chowder
Cheyenne is in Wyomin' and perhaps you make your home in, Salt Lake City out in utah, where the Buffalo roam; Atlanta's down in Georgia, and there's Bismarck, north Dakota, and you can live in Frankfort in your old Kentucky home
Salem in Oregon, from there we join, Little Rock in Arkansas, Iowa's got Des Moines; Sacramento, California, Oklahoma, and its city, Charleston, West Virginia, and Nevada, Carson City