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Earth Science Chapter 4 Š Song Lyrics

 

iRock

 

I can rap it, I can rock it

like a volcano so hot IÕm

at the center of the Earth

to melt it down and hip and hop it

making magma out of rock

and when it cools again IÕll sock it to you

Igneous rock it to ya!

 

The rock cycle, is elementary

magma cools to form

igneous crumbles to

sedimentary

 

 

Sedimentary rock is

compacted naturally like

all those layers that you see in the

Grand Canyon, thatÕs what we

call ŅstrataÓ

Limestone in the sea is made of

remains of tiny organic

things that used to be living

but now have become sedimentary

rock!

 

            The rock cycle, is elementary

            magma cools to form

            igneous crumbles to

sedimentary

  

From igneous, and sedimentary

to metamorphic

and then of course it

goes back to the beginning

 

IÕve got the Ace IÕve got the King

I hold the cards twenty-four/seven

On a scale of one to ten

of the hardest I am eleven

Scratch a diamond every time I find Ōem

in the rough. IÕm into rhyminÕ

science all the time

and so youÕll find

me talking metamorphic rocks

and when their minerals align to look

like pages in a book

itÕs foliated

metamorphic rocks

have undergone a change

itÕs how theyÕre made

from pressure, heat, or both

and now the most

amazing thing is

IÕve still got the Ace, the King

and now your precious diamond ring

my metamorphic bling

I float, I sting

I wrote this thing to gloat and sing of

understanding metamorphic rock!

 

  Bram Barker 2009