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At 00:07:30:00, you say index "one - zero" returns "Respect," but isn't that TEN? Should it be, "ZERO/ONE" instead?

I'm super confused if this IS NOT a simple case where the presenter mis-spoke... You say the index value, [10], will return Aretha Franklin's, "R.E.S.P.E.C.T.." However, shouldn't it be the opposite?

I CANT FIGURE OUT HOW TO MARK BEST ANSWER AND CLOSE THIS, BUT THANK YOU DAVE THAT MAKES MUCH MORE SENSE AND I HAVE A BETTER UNDERSTANDING NOW:)

Since it is a multi-dimensional (two) array, he is referring to two different indexes. Index 1 of the first array points to the second song and Index 0 of the inside array points to the song title. Two different sets of square braces.

```two_dimension_array = [
['I did it my way', 'Frank Old Blue Eyes'],
['R.E.S.P.E.C.T', 'The Queen of Soul, Aretha'],
['Born to Run', 'The Boss, Bruce'],
['Imagine', 'John Lennon']
]

print("Index 1, 0 is --> " + two_dimension_array[1][0])
print("Index 0, 1 is --> " + two_dimension_array[0][1])

# outputs:
Index 1, 0 is --> R.E.S.P.E.C.T
Index 0, 1 is --> Frank Old Blue Eyes
```