We are popular
We wear headphones
We are talking now
Talk in the microphone

We don't care what you say
But we care what you do
Were the invisible entity
That looks out for you
We're watching your every move
With our x-ray machine
(We are watching)
There's nothing that you can hide
That we cannot see
(We are watching)

CHORUS:
We will be the ones who make things go
We will be the ones who tell you so
We conduct experiments to know
We will be there when the world explodes
(2X)

Put your head under our microscope
And see what's inside
(Put your head)
A little warning sign
Says "Access Denied"
(Put your head)

We understand the logic
We can do the math
We're surrounded by statistics
And we're drowning in graphs
Jump like an electron
Exchanging its shell
Emit that little glow
We know so well

Can you roll down your window, please? Hi, how are you this evening? We're the Junior Science Club. Do you know how fast you were going? 185,000 miles a second! That's pretty damn close to the speed of light there, buster! Step out of the equation, please.

We are popular
We wear headphones
We are talking now
Talk in the microphone

CHORUS:
We will be the ones who make things go
We will be the ones who tell you so
We conduct experiments to know
We will be there when the world explodes
(2X)

There's nothing weird about science

It's better to have lost and found
Than to never have lost at all
(It is better)
A celluloid transparency
Projected on the wall
(It is better)

We've got our fingers crossed
In the fourth dimension
365 degrees of ascension
Combining forward momentum
With angular ascent
By the time that were gone
You might know what we meant

CHORUS:
We will be the ones who make things go
We will be the ones who tell you so
We conduct experiments to know
We will be there when the world explodes
(2X)


Lyrics submitted by LtAxlerod932

The Jr. Science Club Theme song meanings
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