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Gravity (Scientific Version of John Mayer's Gravity)

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Uploaded on Feb 12, 2011

A song about Gravity set to the tune of John Mayer's Gravity.

Gravity is working with me
And Gravity, keeps me on the ground

All mass attracts all other mass
a force proportional to mass one and two
and inversely to the distance between them squared

Oh, gravity is working with me
and gravity, makes apples fall to ground

Oh twice the mass has twice the pull
but the force on each is still equal
It keeps the moon and the satellites
going round

Oh twice the mass has twice the pull
but the force on each is still equal
It keeps the moon and the satellites
going round

Oh gravity, the force that makes weight on me
Woah, gravity, now general relativity (how can that be?)

The force between us all is
The force between us all is
The force between us all is
Gravity between us all is
Gravity between us all is
Gravity between gravity between us all is

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