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Holiday song about Opportunity
MikeH
post Dec 19 2018, 11:22 PM
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On this week's Nature podcast, there is a holiday song about Opportunity. It's not quite right (lost? collect samples?) but it's still nice I think.

I pasted the lyrics below, the episode page is:

https://www.nature.com/articles/d41586-018-07842-8

Audio is at
https://www.nature.com/magazine-assets/d415...8_16352770.mpga

The song, sung by a choir, is at about the 15 minute mark of the show.

I Had A Little Rover

Lyrics:

I had a little rover
I sent it far away
And when it got to Mars
My rover roamed all day

Oh rover rover rover
Exploring Martian clay
But when the skies turned dusty
Got lost so far away

It has a lovely body
with legs so short and thin
It landed nice and safely
And got all settled in

Oh rover rover rover
Exploring Martian clay
But when the skies turned dusty
Got lost so far away

My roverís awful hopeful
Called Opportunity
it loved to collect samples
And worked diligently

Oh rover rover rover
Exploring Martian clay
But when the skies turned dusty
Got lost so far away

Oh rover rover rover
Exploring Martian clay
But when the skies turned dusty
Got lost so far away.
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