PiMCA

PiMCA

Performed and written by Chris Smith’s Middle School Class
Sung to the tune of “YMCA” by the Village People

PiMCA — Listen

Young man, there’s no need to feel down
I said young man, there’s a number around
I said young man, between three and four it is found
It’ll make you feel so happy!
Young girl, the number pi is unique
I said young girl, it’s always written in Greek
Learn the digits, it’s good fun for a geek
Pi 3.14159…

CHORUS:
It’s fun to shout out the PiMCA
It’s fun to shout out the PiMCA
It’s our Pi Maths Class Anthem you can enjoy
You can sing it with all the boys

It’s fun to shout out the PiMCA
It’s fun to shout out the PiMCA
Pi is needed for trig, tells if circles are big
Pi 3.14159

Young man, are you listening to me?
I said young girl, pi acts irrationally
I said young folk, what comes after the three?
Got to try to memorise them

At least once in Mr Smith’s lesson
He mentions his geeky pi obsession
His favourite approximation goes 355÷113

It’s fun to shout out the PiMCA
It’s fun to shout out the PiMCA
It’s our Pi Maths Class Anthem you can enjoy
You can sing it with all the boys

It’s fun to shout out the PiMCA
It’s fun to shout out the PiMCA
Pi is needed for trig, tells if circles are big
Pi 3.14159