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Storm Clouds Song

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Published on May 4, 2012

Here is a song I created to help my 6th grade students study. I hope you enjoy.

Yeah, You'll know what we gon do

Hey, Well there are clouds so puffy, and maybe white and fluffy
Cumulous clouds are rounded would swear they're made of cotton
Cause these are different types forming close to the ground
Say 2 kilometers these grow as much as 18
They can grow increasingly and mean a day of beauty
Cumulous usually means fair weather naturally
The way they form round and neat
Sort of looking like sheep it's like some cotton candy
Yeah, so these towering clouds above me flat top called Thunderheads
Which, yes, these clouds make it rain cumulonimbus
Thunderstorms from nimbus-rain in Latin
Pouring down, won't stop there, hold your cup, it will rain yeah
All night, precipitate; cause everywhere the rain will wet, Ha

Water Vapor going up
Forming ice makes clouds
(That's how they do it)
(That's how they do it)
And all above it's dark and rough
In the sky all you see is storm clouds
Storm clouds, storm clouds

Water Vapor going up
Forming ice makes clouds
(That's how they do it)
(That's how they do it)
And all above it's dark and rough
In the sky all you see is storm clouds
Storm clouds, storm clouds

Some clouds in layers, flat clouds called stratus
Spreading out so long covering most of the sky
Stratus clouds thicken producing some drizzle
With that you get sopped with rain or with snow
Hello World, the sky is graying really soon it's raining
These cover the whole sky, nimbostratus will rinse you
You dig it, all day, all night, real wide
No sides to this lifting like a fog it's just higher a bit
Tell you that a cloudy days is from stratus
Ha, got to tell you that they are featureless
Above ground, flat clouds, just like a fog
Low altitude, stratus, no color, yeah


Water Vapor going up
Forming ice makes clouds
(That's how they do it)
(That's how they do it)
And all above it's dark and rough
In the sky all you see is storm clouds
Storm clouds, storm clouds

Water Vapor going up
Forming ice makes clouds
(That's how they do it)
(That's how they do it)
And all above it's dark and rough
In the sky all you see is storm clouds
Storm clouds, storm clouds

Well ain't no question yes, it's cirrus yes definitely
Up in the sky so high forming, oh so feathery
If you want to see it 6 kilometers up for cirrus
Created up high yes I bet they're out spreading
Looking thin and wispy like the locks of celebrities
I guess they are made when ice crystals are forming
And I say it's Latin word means lock of hair
The strands of clouds appear as tufts
Of distinctive form of fall streaks
They are created when water vapor goes up
Then deposition at altitudes
5000 meters up at first
Convection at high altitudes can make cirrocumulus
Make a pattern of small clouds that contain super-cooled droplets

Water Vapor going up
Forming ice makes clouds
(That's how they do it)
(That's how they do it)
And all above it's dark and rough
In the sky all you see is storm clouds
Storm clouds, storm clouds

Water Vapor going up
Forming ice makes clouds
(That's how they do it)
(That's how they do it)
And all above it's dark and rough
In the sky all you see is storm clouds
Storm clouds, storm clouds

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