And pray that there’s intelligent life somewhere up in space, ’cause there’s bugger all down here on Earth.
Do you remember this one?
The professor I am TA for posts this video with the NASA slideshow as a “congratulations card” for the students at the end of each term. Written by Eric Idle for Monty Python‘s 1983 film, The Meaning of Life, this song has a life of its own.
Click here for a fact check on the song: SJAA Ephemeris December 2003
Here to take a class at Kepler College: Certificate Programs
Here for the complete lyric: MetroLyrics
Here to see the song set to a slideshow of images from NASA: YouTube
And here if you would like the chords to play it on your Ukulele: Ukulele Boogaloo
Reblogged this on Gratitude every day and commented:
Today I am grateful to Monty Python for all their legacy, and in particular for this absolutely genius song. It lifted my spirits on so many occasions.
I love this one too. I find myself humming it so often that I just have to have a link here for “safekeeping” LOL
Thank you for shariing