Why Does The Sun Shine

They Might Be Giants

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The sun is a mass of incandescant gas. a gigantic nuclear 
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furnace.
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Where hydrogen is built into helium at a temperature of
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millions of degrees  

Verse:
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The sun is hot. the sun is not a place where we could live.
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But here on earth there'd be no life with out the light it gives.   
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We need it's light we need it's heat. The sunlight that we see.
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The sunlight comes from our own suns atomic energy.     

Chorus:
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The sun is a mass of incandescant gas. a gigantic nuclear
 C
furnace.
 FBbF
Where hydrogen is built into helium at a temperature of
 CFBbF
millions of degrees  

Bridge:
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The sun is hot....

(The sun is so hot that everything on it is a gas. Aluminum, copper, iron,
and many others)
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The sun is large...
(If the sun were hollow a million earths would fit inside. and yet it
is only a middle sized star)
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The sun  is far away...
(About ninty-three million miles away. And that's why it looks so small )

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But even when it's out of site the sun shines night and day.        
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We need it's heat. We need it's light. the sunlight that we see
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The sunlight comes from our own suns atomic energy    

( Scientists have found that the sun is a huge atom smashing machine. The
heat and light of the sun are caused by nuclear reactions between hydrogen,
nitrogen, carbon, and helium.)

Chorus:
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The sun is a mass of incandescant gas. a gigantic nuclear
 C
furnace.
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Where hydrogen is built into helium at a temperature of
 CFBbF
millions of degrees  

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