Rock 'n' Roll Physics Sing-Along
Wednesday, March 4
9:00 p.m. - 10:30 p.m.
Who Should Attend?
All meeting attendees are welcome!
Like to learn new favorites? Wish you had some snappy songs that teach physics? Just want to sing and laugh or listen and laugh? Join us for an evening of fun physics tunes set to familiar rock, blues, and swing tunes. Light refreshments will be served.
Playlist from 2014
- You Got Me Lasing, to the tune of You Drive Me Crazy, by Britney Spears
- I'm Atoms, to the tune of I'm Yours, by Jason Mraz
- Bra-kets, to the tune of Downtown, by Petula Clark
- S is one half g t squared, lyrics and original music by Tom Lehrer
- Graphene, to the tune of Cocaine, by Eric Clapton
- What's Pairs Got to Do With It, to the tune of What's Love Got to Do With It, by Tina Turner
- Hey Joe, to the tune of Hey Joe, by Carl Smith
- One Electron Atom, to the tune of Ring of Fire by Johnny Cash
- Center for Defect Physics song, to the tune of Dark as a Dungeon by Merle Travis
- Modern Theory Quark, to the tune of The Major General Song, by Sir Arthur Sullivan
- Holes, to the tune of Crazy Rhythm, by Joseph Meyer and Roger Wolfe Kahn
- You Load Sixteen Tips, to the tune of You Load Sixteen Tons, by Tennessee Ernie Ford
- Make a Circuit With Me, an original tune by the Polecats
- Physics Equations in My Mind, to the tune of Carolina in My Mind, by James Taylor
Video from the APS March Meeting 2013 Sing-Along