I Just Want to Bang on My Drum Heater All Day!

“Bang The Drum Heater All Day”

Lyrics based on the Song “Bang on the Drum All Day” by Todd Rundgren

I don’t want to work
I want to bang on the drum heater all day
I don’t want to play
I just want to bang on the heater of a drum all dayEver since I was a tiny boy
I don’t want no candy
I don’t need no toy
I took a stick and an old coffee can and attached a heating element to its exterior
I bang on that thing til I got
Blisters on my hand because

I don’t want to work
I want to bang on the heater of a drum all day
Yes, I do
I don’t want to play
I just want to bang on the heater of a drum all day
That’s right

When I get older they think I’m a fool
The teacher told me I should stay after school
She caught me attaching a heating element to my desk and then proceeding to pound on the desk as if it were a drum with my hands
But my licks was so hot
I made the teacher wanna dance
And that’s why

I don’t want to work
I want to bang on the heater of a drum all day
Hey, why not?
I don’t want to play
I just want to bang on the drum with a heater all day

I don’t want to work
I want to bang on the drum avec heater all day
I don’t want to play
I just want to bang on the drum that has been heated all day
Listen to this

Every day when I get home from work
I feel so frustrated
The boss is a jerk
And I get my sticks and go out to the shed
And I pound on that drum with a heating element attached to it like it was the boss’s head
Because…

Drum Heaters and Kentucky Moms

Kentucky Moms intuitively know that the ultimate source of warmth emanating from a drum heater ultimately comes from the sun itself. Allow me to explain. All heat in the universe comes from the original big bang which happened around thirteen and a half billion years ago. This heat spread out in all directions as the universe expanded. Of course as the heat spread out the ambient temperature would feel cooler. But Kentucky Mothers know that the law of conservation of energy holds that matter and energy cannot neither be created nor destroyed but rather changes from different states. So, although the energy spread out the sum total remains the same.

THE CONCENTRATION OF HEAT IN A DRUM HEATER

Kentucky Moms may wonder where the heat goes when it has spread out and feels cool. Well the answer to this question is that the heat (or energy) remains within each atom. Accordingly, when we bring atoms together as in the sun and every star in the galaxy the heat is made manifest to our senses. As Kentucky Moms know well when enough atoms get together in a specific location they will produce a gravitational effect on the fabric of space and time. This gravitational effect will actually bend space and time. This curvature in turn has the effect of collecting more atoms in the curvature.

As Kentucky Moms can foretell, there is a run away freight train effect at play here. The more atoms collected in one place, the more space and time is curved. The more space and time is curved, the more atoms this pocket in space and time will collect. The result is more and more atoms being compressed together. This creates heat from the friction of the atoms bumping up against each other. Once the heat reaches 15 million degrees Celsius the hydrogen fuses into helium creating light and heat. This is a star and this is the source of the heat in the drum Kentucky Moms!