s is onehalf gtsquared
Tom Lehrer
Introductory dialog by the Professor: Now, with your permission, I'll attempt to summarize the fundamentals that this course has tried to emphasize:
The professor  The student 

s is onehalf gtsquared PV equals nRT KE is onehalf mvsquared and T is 2 pi times the square root of L/g. 

I try my level best, and I cram for every test, And I do all my work without delaying, I'm certainly not lazy but I think I'll soon go crazy, 'Cause I don't understand a word he's saying. I hope they overlook this course, For why I ever took this course, Will always be a mystery to me. But still I wish I knew, Just what the Dean will do, If I don't get a C.  
The force is mass times acceleration Yes, the force is the mass times the acceleration, or more precisely, the time derivative of the linear momentum. 
I think he said the force I know that word, of course It's all becoming clear But it's too late, I fear. There he goes again! 
s is onehalf gtsquared PV equals nRT KE is onehalf mvsquared and T is 2 pi times the square root of L/g. 
I try my level best, and I cram for every test, And I do all my work without delaying, I'm certainly not lazy but I think I'll soon go crazy, 'Cause I don't understand a word he's saying. I hope they overlook this course, For why I ever took this course, Will always be a mystery to me. But still I wish I knew, Just what the Dean will do, If I don't get a C. 
By g, by g, Square root of L by g... [ Repeat from second verse] 
A C, a C, If I don't get a C... [ Repeat from second verse] 