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Black Holes Song

Here is a song I created to help my 6th grade students study. I hope you enjoy.When the big stars will dieBecome supernovaeRed super giants they explodeThey collapse they're shrinkingVanish from sight it seemsForm a black hole and it's not goodThat's cool, but if you get caught in your body feels this wayLike going down in an airplaneFingers in a ceiling fanFalling in cement mixers full of quicksandHelp me, help me, gravity is too highLike meeting sharks under waterSurfing on a tidalGoing over waterfalls with a barrelHelp me, black holes even suck the lightAnd crush matter so tightYou will not feel a thingIt pulls on everythingAs you get closer to the hole(To the black hole)You're stretched like PlasticmanPulls you as rubber bandsAs tidal forces rip you apartThat's cool, but if you get caught in your body feels this wayBeing caught in a mudslideEaten by a lionGetting sacrificed by the ancient MayansHelp me, help me, gravity is too highDrying up in the desertDrowning in a hot tubMowing grass near a bear and her new cubHelp me, black holes even suck the lightAnd crush matter so tightBlack holes can be really large or smallSome can be as small as an atomBut, large-supermassiveThat's cool, but if you get caught in your body feels this wayThat's cool, but if you get caught in your body feels this wayLike going down in an airplaneFingers in a ceiling fanFalling in cement mixers full of quicksandHelp me, help me, gravity is too highLike meeting sharks under waterSurfing on a tidalGoing over waterfalls with a barrelHelp me, black holes even suck the lightBeing caught in a mudslideEaten by a lionGetting sacrificed by the ancient MayansHelp me, help me, gravity is too highDrying up in a desertDrowning in a hot tubMowing grass near a bear and her new cubHelp me, black holes even suck the lightAnd crush matter so tight
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