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All Earth Time Song

Here is a song I created to help my 6th grade students study. I hope you enjoy.These are the times of Earth right from the startAt the beginning fact bacteria, algae chartAnd we're not sure howPre-Cambrian start at creation87% of notationPaleozoic Era next periods made of six partsCambrian now, invertebrates, trilobitesOrdovician- early fish and animals will riseBut many will dieSilurian- land plants and insectsDevonian -- cone plants, fish with legsCarboniferous- tropical forest, amphibians evolveBut reptiles are comingPermian period last of the timeInsects, reptiles igniteMost sea animal, amphibians will die, will die, yeahFrom bacteria to Homo sapiens4.6 billion yearsPre-Cambrian, Paleozoic, Mesozoic, CenozoicEarth timeOoooooooh, Ooooooooh, OooooooohMesozoic the era next in lineTriassic period- crocodiles, palm trees deriveDinosaurs evolveJurassic, first birds on the Earth Largest dinosaurs roaming, mammals on the EarthFlowering plants but Cretaceous times were hardAll dinosaurs will dieCenozoic modern timeTertiary --primatesQuaternary- humans took the stage, the stage, yeahFrom bacteria to Homo sapiens4.6 billion yearsPre-Cambrian, Paleozoic, Mesozoic, CenozoicEarth timeOoooooooh, Ooooooooh, OooooooohTake a trip through eras of timeHow Earth has changed with lifeSeeing things we haven't for a whileFrom bacteria to Homo sapiens4.6 billion yearsPre-Cambrian, Paleozoic, Mesozoic, CenozoicEarth time(Ooooooooh, Ooooooooh, Ooooooooh)Yeah, for all Earth timeOh, for all Earth timeYeah, for all Earth timePre-Cambrian, Paleozoic, Mesozoic, CenozoicEarth TimeOh those times were hardPre-Cambrian was lengthyBacteria mainlyOh those times were hardPaleozoic was strangelyInsects and fish plentyOh those times were hardMesozoic was crazyDinosaurs were deadlyOh those times were hardCenozoic is latelyWith humans currently
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