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TMBG-Why Does The Sun Shine? (The Sun Is A Mass of Incandescent Gas) original version lyrics

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Uploaded on Feb 27, 2011

The sun is mass of incandescent gas,
A gigantic nuclear furnace,
Where hydrogen is built into helium
At a temperature of millions of degrees.

Yo ho! It's hot, the sun is not a place where we could live.
But here on earth there'd be no life without the light it gives.

We need its light.
We need its heat.
We need its energy.
Without the sun, without a doubt
There'd be no you and me.

The sun is mass of incandescent gas,
A gigantic nuclear furnace.
Where hydrogen is built into helium
At a temperature of millions of degrees.

The sun is hot.

(It is so hot that everything on it is a gas, iron, copper, aluminum, and many others.)

The sun is large.

(If the sun were hollow, a million Earths could fit inside, and yet, the sun is only a middle sized star.)

The sun is far away.

(About 93 million miles away, and thats why it looks so small!)

And even when it's out of sight, the sun shines night and day.

The sun gives heat.
The sun gives light.
The sunlight that we see.
The sunlight comes from our own sun's atomic energy.

(Scientists have found that the sun is a huge atom-csmashing machine. The heat and light of the sun come from the nuclear reactions of hydrogen, carbon, nitrogen, and helium!)

The sun is mass of incandescent gas,
A gigantic nuclear furnace.
Where hydrogen is built into helium
At a temperature of millions of degrees.

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