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FREE Piggyback Song: Science Style (Gangnam Style Parody)

FREE Piggyback Song: Science Style (Gangnam Style Parody)

We’re pretty excited about this one, folks.

Got a science project coming up for your middle school student?  Can’t quite nail down the steps of the scientific method?  Fear not!  We’ve got you covered.

If you haven’t seen the video for “Gangnam Style” by Korean artist PSY, you might consider upgrading your dial-up modem.  I kid, I kid, but with over 500,000,000 (!!!) views on YouTube, it’s all the range online.  And as dutiful music therapists, we’re obligated to use the music our clients are listening to.  So without further adieu, here is “Science Style!”  A piggyback song that teaches listeners about the scientific method.

Enjoy!  Don’t forget to sign up for your FREE music therapy consultation through The George Center while you listen and learn!

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This is Science style!

When you see some things in the world that seem strange

Makes you stop and wonder what could cause that change

You don’t have to wonder you just have to use your brain

The scientific method will save the day again

First you ask a question

Who what why when how or where

Then you do research

Check in at the library on FourSquare

Then you make a guess

Test it out with an experiment

Results will blow your mind

Tell us what you find

Galileo, Einstein and Hubble

All knew what’s up, they knew what’s up

They perfected the scientific method

To find out why

You must comply

With these steps, it’s not complex, just ask Bill Nye

This is Science Style

Hey all you Chemists

This is Science Style

Hey all you Biologists

This is Science Style

Your hypothesis is an educated guess

Based on observations, now we’ll put it to the test

The scientific method is a structured way to learn

No more urban legends, you must be able to discern

You got 2 variables

Independent and dependent

Dependent’s what you measure

A baseball player’s batting percent

Independent’s what you change

Like his bat, metal or wood

Tell me which one would, make him hit real good

Galileo, Einstein and Hubble

All knew what’s up, they knew what’s up

They perfected the scientific method

To find out why

You must comply

With these steps, it’s not complex, just ask Bill Nye

This is Science Style

Hey all you psychologists

This is Science Style

Hey all you botanists

This is Science Style

Physicists, and anthropologists, meteorologists, all you scientists

Cytologists, and seismologists, epidemiologists, all scientists, that’s what I said!

This is Science Style

Hey all you geologists

This is Science Style

Hey paleontologists

This is Science Style

All rights to “Gangnam Style” held by their respective owners.  Purchase Gangnam Style from your favorite music retailer today!

Andrew Littlefield, MM, MT-BC

Andrew is a board-certified music therapist who has been with The George Center since 2012.


  • Christy


    Andrew and Andrea…you really outdid yourself with this one!! LOVE it!

    October 19, 2012 at 2:31 pm
  • Matt


    This is awesome. Listened with a big smile on my face.

    October 19, 2012 at 3:23 pm
  • I’m still giggling at the sheer genius and awesomeness.

    October 20, 2012 at 4:22 am
  • Jodie Ross


    This is great! Love the song! Great job!

    October 20, 2012 at 11:16 pm

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