What Have We Learned
is a song from VeggieTales.

This song plays normally at the end of the show whenever Bob (or Larry) says "It's time to talk about what we learned today!" or "We're over here by Qwerty to talk about what we learned today!"


And so what we have learned applies to our lives today,
And God has a lot to say in His book.

You see, we know that God's word is for everyone,
And now that our song is done, we'll take a look.

Bob's feelings with the song

Since the beginning of the show, Bob has always seemed to dislike the song, and that was a running gag. However, there are a few times that he likes listening to it, and he even cared about it when the Sporks took the record. It's shown (thus was confirmed) that he does like it, but he doesn't like being interrupted by it.

Other variations

Besides the original version, there are various versions of the song, either sung by other characters, or done in a different style. These include...

Instrumental variations

There was also instrumental variations of the song heard in at least two episodes.

Fun Facts

  • If whispered, "It's time to talk about what we learned today" can be said without the song playing afterward. Bob tried this once in Dave and the Giant Pickle, but then Larry accidentally said it out loud which queued the music.
  • The percussion in the song is VeggieTales creator Phil Vischer playing his cheeks.
  • The tune for the music came up when Phil Vischer and his wife Lisa were on their way to church. But because they didn't have a tape recorder to record the melody, Phil told Lisa to hum it throughout the service in order to remember it to prevent losing it.
  • The Western version also appeared on VeggieTunes 4.
  • The Wiggly Turtle Toobies version also appeared on VeggieTales Greatest Hits.
  • This song's not in Sheerluck Holmes and the Golden Ruler (but instead the next episode), because it got stolen by the Sporks in Lord of the Beans, the previous episode.
  • The Japanese and first Latin Spanish dubs are acapella.
  • Lettuce Love One Another! was the only compilation to feature this song.
  • The Japanese Opera version was interrupted by Qwerty brokened in Sumo of the Opera.
  • The Lutfi singing version was sung by the second verse and Lutfi pops up the verse in Sumo of the Opera.
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