Cardiovascular System Song

Science Songs

Do you ever wonder why your heart is beating?
It’s an important organ, part of
Your internal cardiovascular system
Along with your blood and vessels

As you breathe in, oxygen
Goes into your lungs, then your heart
Pumps blood in, absorbing
Oxygen carried throughout
Your whole body, stay healthy
Oxygen to muscles
And absorbs carbon dioxide waste
Then cycles back to the same place and

It’s the size of your fist, sitting just behind your ribs
Weighing less than a pound, but pumping blood all throughout
Six quarts of blood in your system, upper chamber is the atrium
Lower ventricles blood is in it, 60 to 100 beats per minute

Pumping blood circulating
Vessels, veins, and
Your arteries are big, thick
Blood carries, nutrients and oxygen
You’re pumping blood, upper chambers
The atrium, receiving blood in
Bottom chambers are the ventricles
They pump blood out like

Pump, pump, pump
Pump, pump, pump
Pump, pump, pump

Arteries carry blood away from the heart
The largest one is the aorta
And it receives blood from the left ventricle part
Continuing circulatory

Blood cells drift, in liquid It’s known as the plasma
And your cell fragments, called platelets
Help your blood form blood clots
There two blood cell kinds
Red and white
Red carries oxygen, hemoglobin
And white fights illness
When you get open cuts, germs killing

Four blood types you could be, A, B, O or AB
Each distinctive antigens, antibodies are different
See blood goes through this full cycle, every day keeps you alive so
To keep this system healthy, exercise plus eat your veggies, yo

Pumping blood circulating
Vessels, veins, and
Your arteries are big, thick
Blood carries, nutrients and oxygen
You’re pumping blood, upper chambers
The atrium, receiving blood in
Bottom chambers are the ventricles
They pump blood out like

Pump, pump, pump
Pump, pump, pump
Pump, pump, pump