I Did It Again" was directed by Nigel Dick and was filmed from March 17-18, 2000 in Universal City, California. It couldn't be...", the ground begins to shake as a large stage rises from the ground. Ward was relieved that Florida placed so well, but troubled that the nation as a whole didn't do so well. I Did It Again" was nominated for the Grammy Award for Best Female Pop Vocal Performance at the 2001 ceremony, but lost to "I Try" by Macy Gray.  The track has also been parodied under the title "Oops! I Did It Again (2000) in November 1999 at the Cheiron Studios in Stockholm, Sweden. The kids march around while singing to a tape of "Yankee Doodle Dandy." " Oops!...I Did It Again " is a song by American singer Britney Spears, from her second album of the same name. Parents also shoulder some of the burden, educators say. Along the way, Almeida sprinkles in a dash of history, telling the class about the wealthy Macaroni family of Italy, whose men were known for their dandylike clothes and ornate, feathered hats. Teachers may teach a traditional song once -- and never repeat it. We Remixed Again!) âCarols for Kidsâ will feature iconic stars including Snow White, Peter Pan, Tinkerbell, Cinderella and Aladdin. Well you're in the right place!  The track was released on March 27, 2000, by JIVE Records as the lead single from the record.. I Did It Again" was nominated for the Best Female Video, Best Dance Video, the Best Pop Video, and the Viewer's Choice. Spears, with long, straight hair, then descends from a platform onto a stage in a red bodysuit as the track begins to play. What are the 100 best road trip songs? : The Original", which they jokingly labeled as the original recording by Louis Armstrong on April 1932 in Chicago, Illinois; their version was actually recorded by Shek Baker. In 2001, German singer Max Raabe recorded a cabaret version of the song with Palast Orchester for their album Super Hits. I Did It Again" reached number four in France, and number two in both Germany and Ireland.  During its bridge, Spears delivers a spoken-word dialogue that references the blockbuster film Titanic (1997). "If I moved to France tomorrow, I'd want to know some of their historical music, because it would teach me about their culture.". Flaming Pit (18701 N. Frederick Rd.  The track was additionally nominated for the Favorite Song at the 2001 Kids' Choice Awards broadcast on Nickelodeon, but lost to "Who Let the Dogs Out?" "When we don't teach the kids these songs, we really cheat them of their own heritage.". This song is a Britney classic and the only way to properly honor what a â¦ I Did It Again" was directed by Nigel Dick and was filmed from March 17-18, 2000 in Universal City, California. I Did It Again" during The Onyx Hotel Tour, held in support of her fourth studio album In the Zone. Becca has a crush on Oliver Oken, and wants his attention. When students sing the words "I've got a mule, her name is Sal, 15 miles on the Erie Canal," they learn how grueling a trip along the Erie Canal used to be, says Ward. During its production, Spears was struck in the head by a falling camera and began bleeding. The track was reworked with "...Baby One More Time" as a jazz-style performance. They're the products of causes: I feel this because I did that. The Late Late Show host and Britney Spears performed the song anyway on the latest edition of "Carpool Karaoke" on Thursday, along with a medley of â¦ Order for $39.95.  It also peaked at number one on the UK Singles Chart, and was certified Platinum for exceeding sales of 600,000 copies.  As of May 2020, the single has generated over 240 million streams in the US. Instead, today's kids are more likely to pop a compact disc in their personal CD players, clamp on the headphones and bop away to top 40 hits. I Did It Again')", "Britney Spears' Career Sales & Streams, In Honor of 20 Years of 'Oops!...I Did It Again': Ask Billboard Mailbag", "Britney Spears Suffers Head Injury On Video Set", "Britney Spears Fought For 'Oops! But schools, which have tightened their belts by reducing on music programs, aren't the only ones at fault, says Schmid. By Robyn Collins. She questions that she "thought the old lady [Rose] dropped it into the ocean in the end", to which he responds, "Well, baby, I went down and got it for you". It was released on March 27, 2000, by Jive Records as the lead single from the album. Today, the pop star can forget all of her worries and feel all of the love as fans across the world are flooding the timeline with roses for the birthday girl. But in the classroom, Artie Almeida still tries to tell the historic tales behind the tunes. Commercially, the song peaked at number nine on the US Billboard Hot 100.  In 2001, it was featured as the opening to her Dream Within a Dream Tour.