|Performer:||The Queen Beee|
|Title:||Shake Yourself, Honey!|
|Other format:||AUD AAC APE AA XM MMF MP3|
Keep Yourself Alive" is a song by the British rock band Queen. Written by guitarist Brian May, it is the opening track on the band's eponymous debut album (1973). It was released as Queen's first single along with "Son and Daughter" as the B-side. Keep Yourself Alive" was largely ignored upon its release and failed to chart on either side of the Atlantic. It was also re-released as the non-album B-side of "Lily of the Valley" in 1974.
For the human eye, despite being larger than the workers, honey bee queens are difficult to spot among thousands and thousands of worker bees. For this reason, beekeepers mark queens with a dot of special paint on the thorax, as can be seen in the photograph above. As she establishes her colony, she may lay 1000 eggs per day – one egg every 20 seconds - and more than her own body weight in eggs!.
Shake that, shake that, shake that, shake that Shake that ass, Julz. We haven't talked in months Fun just isn't fun I barely even eat anymore And we don't cry for sleep anymore There's something I may try This drink doesn't taste right It wasn't like our drunk nights, drunk nights It wasn't like our drunk nights, drunk nights It wasn't like our drunk
Alternately, as queen honey bees age, their egg-laying abilities decrease, and they lay their eggs in less organized patterns. When an old queen begins to falter in performing such responsibilities, workers will induce her replacement, or supersedure. The aging queen is killed after the supersedure process. Lastly, when a honey bee queen suddenly dies, an urgent and unplanned supersedure occurs. Worker honey bees identify several larvae within the proper age range and begin to condition these larvae to become queens. The sole difference between a honey bee worker and a queen is in nourishment.
|1||Party Never Stops|
|3||I Don't Wanna Sleep|
|4||Just What I Need|