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Song Parodies -> "The Scientist"

Original Song Title:

"The Scientist"

 (MP3)
Original Performer:

Cold Play

Parody Song Title:

"The Scientist"

Parody Written by:

Jeff "Dr Chordate" Moran

The Lyrics

The Scientist by Jeff “Dr Chordate” Moran
Come up to the lab. See my experiment.
You don’t know how chemical it is.
I have to find the elusive solution
To my hypothesis.
Tell me your secrets, experimental questions.
Running in circles, making pie charts.
Doing this science apart.

No one said it would be easy.
But it seems a shame to give up now.
No one ever said it would be this hard
To win a Nobel Prize at the start.

I am just guessing at random numbers,
Pulling the atoms apart.
Questions of science hypotheses
Do not speak like journal referees.
Tell me your results corroborating mine.
Before I rush back to the start.
Concentric circles, chasing my tail.
Coming back for more.

No one said it would be easy.
It seems a shame to give up now.
No one said it would be easy.
But no one ever said it would be this hard.
To win a Nobel Prize at the start.
I guess I’ll go back to the start.

Copyright 2020 by Jeffrey Moran

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