Marlowe

Marlowe

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18

Song Description

An upbeat, melodic, educational song about the sub.

Lyrics

93 million miles, 93 million miles
93 million, 93 million, 93 million miles

The sun is a star
that gives us all the light we need
the sun is a star
that gives us all our warmth and heat
it's far away
and every single ray goes--

93 million miles, 93 million miles
it would take a while
to walk 93 million miles
93 million miles, 93 million miles
93 million, 93 million. 93 million miles

The sun is a star
that all the planets sail around
The sun is a star
and it won't ever let you down
Each morning you rise
the light that fills your eyes came--

93 million miles, 93 million miles
I'd sit by the aisle
if it's 93 million miles

The sun is a furnace burning hydrogen
the sun feeds plants that make our oxygen
the sun's so bright you never, ever look at it!
the sun's so bright you never, ever look at it!
the sun's so big if it were
the size of a basketball, the earth
would be the size of the head of a pin
that's a big, big thing that we're circlin'
the sun's so hot it's 27 million degrees
at the core, that's more than a little warm,
and we owe our existance
to a sun that keeps its distance

93 million miles
93 million miles
We can go in style
thanks to 93 million miles
93 million miles
93 million miles
93 million, 93 million. 93 million miles

Song Length
3:24
Genres
Pop - Rock, Unique - Children
Tempo / Feel
Medium (111 - 130)
Lead Vocal
Male Vocal
Moods
Cheerful, Glad

Subject Matter
Sun, Baby, Children

Similar Artists
Jack Johnson, James Taylor
Language
English
Era
2000 and later

Lyric Credits Ira Marlowe
Music Credits Ira Marlowe
Producer Credits Ira Marlowe
Publisher Credits Ira Marlowe
Performance Credits Ira Marlowe. Davey Farrager, Jim Keltner
Label Credits Ira Marlowe