CLONING DNA, the song

February 17, 2012 at 8:16 am Leave a comment

Cloning DNA by Carl Winter
If everybody had a lab bench
Across the U.S.A.
They’d be cranking out products
Nearly every day
You’d see them waving their test tubes
Just like Genetics 1A
Everybody’s gone clonin’
Clonin’ DNA

Flavr Savr tomato
Roundup resistant soy
Bovine somatotropin
Isn’t it a joy?
Keep an eye out for Rifkin
or the P.E.T.A.
They don’t want you clonin’
Clonin’ DNA

Got a brand new strand here
I’m sure we’ll replicate
Soon we’ll have the sequence
We can hardly wait
Pairing up those bases
Of course there’s T and A
We get all excited
Clonin’ DNA

We’re looking for expression
We’re gonna have it quick
Playing in that helix
Thank you Watson and Crick
All over the genome
Put on your lab coat and stay
Everybody’s gone clonin’
Clonin’ DNA

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