Links to physics filk songs culled from Maureen O'Brien's "Technology Filk Songs" link list
Auld Cosine, by jere7my tho?rpe (about trig relations, to the tune of "Auld Lang Syne") (This song is no longer available online -- I'm working to change this!)

Christ, you know it ain't easy, author unknown (About the difficulty of physics labs, to the tune of "The Ballad of John and Yoko" by the Beatles)

Cold Power, by Bob Kanefsky (about cold fusion, to a tune by Carol Roper)

Electromagnetic Hymn of the Republic, author unknown (about Maxwell and the propagation of light, to the tune of "Battle Hymn of the Republic")

The Engineer's Lament, author unknown (about beams, stress, and strain, to the tune of "Both Sides Now", by Joni Mitchell)

Excited State, by Dan Bennett (about photon-induced electronic transtions, original tune, from his tape "Lavender Wine")

Eyes of Eagles, by Leslie Fish (about making lenses, original tune)

Fatal Attraction, by Dan Bennett (about star formation and evolution, original tune, from his tape "Lavender Wine")

Fusion Girl, by Bill Higgins (about cold fusion, to the tune of "Da Doo Ron Ron", by Barry Spector, performed by The Crystals)

Hawking, by Maureen O'Brien (about Stephen Hawking, though a bit oblique, to the tune of "Crimson & Crystal", by Cynthia McQuillin)

History of Physics 101: The Atom, by Dave Weingart (about the quantum picture of the atom, to the tune of "Battle Hymn of the Republic")

Hole in the Nothing, by Rich Brown (about a serious prediction of cosmological collapse, to the tune of "Waltzing Matilda", by Banjo Paterson)

Well .. That's the A-H's .. check back in a week or so for the rest. (Last update: 5-10-02)

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