"Science Teacher in Space"
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Milo Murphy's Law-Substitute Science Teacher in Space

Milo Murphy's Law-Substitute Science Teacher in Space

Science Teacher in Space is the song heard during the Season 1 episode, The Substitute, when the substitute teacher -  Ms. Baxter - accidentally activates one function on the Quantum Localizer, trying to turn it off after mistaking it for Melissa's cell phone, and gets sucked in by some kind of space-time vortex into space.


Substitute science teacher in spa-a-ace
Can you teach them in the brief interval where your lives overlap?
How will you ever know-ow?
How will you ever know-ow?
Science teacher in space...


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In this format it's difficult to get the D, Ds4, D, Ds2, D to line up with the lyrics correctly. If you're not familiar with this pattern of 'D' variations I suggest that you play around with it a bit before trying to fit into this song.
Just playing D works with the song if you have trouble with it.
Also, there's a "mini riff" stuffed in the Bb. The notes are, A, Bb, pause, A, Bb, pause, A, Bb, C, D, ending so the D is played with the chord when you change to D. (The second time it ends with a G instead of D on the G chord change.)
The second time "How will you ever know" is sung, the G - C are played arpeggio on the three high strings. Subsitute Science Teacher


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  • This song is similar to a real-world song, Space Oddity, written by David Bowie.
  • Ms. Baxter's hair and skin continuously change during the song.
  • Ms. Baxter appears to be able to breathe, making it some kind of "space" that has breathable air. Or possibly, it's an error.