Richard Thompson Alexander Graham Bell lyrics

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Alexander Graham Bell by Richard Thompson Alexander Graham Bell lyrics Alexander Graham Bell Note the name and note it well Father of the modern age His inventions are all the rage Of course there was the telephone He’d be famous for that alone But there’s 50 other things as well From Alexander Graham Bell Edison had cylinders But Bell made records flat Which we remember gratefully When we play our floppy or CD Of course there was the telephone He’d be famous for that alone But there’s 50 other things as well From Alexander Graham Bell Born in Scotland, moved away To Canada and the USA Studied speech, took a wife Helped the deaf all his life Came up with a threshing machine Before he made it to a teen After years of sweat and toil He invented the hydrofoil The respirator was his chance To save his baby’s life And just like the Brothers Wright He got heavily into flight Of course there was the telephone He’d be famous for that alone But there’s 50 other things as well From Alexander Graham Bell Graham Bell, Alexander, It is tantamount to slander To call him just a scientist Why his inventions top the list Edison, he was a thief And Tesla nuts beyond belief But Alexander was a gent So philanthropic, so well meant Founded Science Magazine Wrote a book for kids Because he was a caring fellow Gave a hand to Helen Keller Of course there was the telephone He’d be famous for that alone But there’s 50 other things as well From Alexander Graham Bell Alexander Bell, Graham Modern life would sure be mayhem Without tetrahedral cells X-rays, faxes, decibels I think I’d say, and it’s no fiction Without fear of contradiction He improved our lot a smidgeon From the age of carrier pigeon Television was a thing That he had all prepared But he left that to his pupil John Logie Baird Of course there was the telephone He’d be famous for that alone But there’s 50 other things as well From Alexander Graham Bell

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