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'I think I see why you're progressing slowly in music.'
'All right Billy, until your 'staccato' touch improves, we'll be having our piano lessons here at the stove.'
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'I'm sorry I didn't practice this week, Mrs. Tinklemeyer. I just had so many distractions!
'Wash your hands, it's time for your piano lessons.'
"I only accept students with natural talent. Your kid's talent is unnatural."
Girl to boy, 'Mom says don't play it again, Sam.'
'My next selection is a protest song against piano lessons.'
"This won't last long. I'll practice right after Mom gets home from work."
"I am trying to keep it low key."
"No, no, no! We never start playing with an empty jar!"
"That reminds me, I was going to get my daughter piano lessons!"
"We don't need to push down on the pedal QUITE so hard, Petunia."
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'Be sure to tell all your friends how much you enjoy these lessons.'
Baby Kangaroo's piano lessons.
"After all the effort we went through to get you a piano, you'd better practice every day!"
"Really, I'm still a beginner, but Master insists on putting clips of my piano practice on the internet: How embarrassing..."
Women tied up and forced to listen to piano practice.
First Piano Lesson
'What did I tell you about playing the piano in the house?'
'No, Jenny, there's no such thing as Poison Ivory.'
'I'd rather be playing football.'
'After hours of rehearsing together, little Judy Barlow is going to play 'Three Blind Mice' while her father screams, 'Keep that racket down, will ya?''