Her sweet dogs also star in the video.

Perri Ormont Blumberg
November 7, 2018
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To toast Election Day yesterday, Ree Drummond took some time to share a humorous video with her fans — and we're guessing you may know the tune.

"I just got back to the Ranch from voting," the Pioneer Woman begins. "So in honor of Election Day I wanted to sing a song I learned in fifth grade. A lot of you know it too and you can sing along with me. It just gives me all the feels and it also ensures that I never miss a trivia question on any test as it relates to the alphabetical order of states." Yep, you guessed it, Drummond is referring to the "50 Nifty United States Song," which may be better known as the "Alabama Alaska Arizona Arkansas California" song in your head. Watch her musical number below, featuring her adorable dogs as backup singers.

Now that we've got this educational number stuck in our heads for the next 24 hours, since Drummond skipped the song's catchy intro, you can watch the tune in its entirety below. I don't know about you, but I can still recall the whooshing sound my classmates and I reveled in as we belted "Washington."

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Currently, Ree Drummond is busy at work on her new cookbook, which comes out next fall. Here's to hoping it comes with a companion CD — we know what our vote would be for the lead single.