My pal, Jacquie, linked me up with Walter Smith, a physics professor at Haverford College. Smith put together a remarkable collection of Physics Songs! The online, searchable database includes an endless supply of favorites such as: “I Got Physics,” and “I Walk the Incline.” Enough chit-chat, let’s sing-a-long to this classic:
Twinkle, Twinkle, Now I Know, by Pietro Calogero (2004)
Twinkle, twinkle, little star, now I know just what you are:
Fusing sphere of plasma mass, wrapped in iridescent gas;
Twinkle, twinkle, little star, super-hot that’s what you are.
(flinging arms outward)
Nebula of fading light, spread into the outer night.
Blast remains of grand events, distribute new elements.
Gossamer in majesty, monument to entropy. (more)