…or else these would have been the lyrics to “Strangers in the Night.”
The opening party for the National Association of Science Writers annual meeting was Friday. A folk singer, a classical guitar/opera duo, and an astronomical a cappella group serenaded about 600 science writers with songs about science. Some people write about science, others sing.
Leo Kretzner, NASW member, molecular biologist, and singer/songwriter, wrote and performed the parody above.
Extra credit: Name the restriction enzymes during the doobee-doobeedoos.