It goes something like this:
The earth spins west to east
Once every 23 hours and 56 minutes.
So, if I spin really, really fast
From east to west,
Then maybe, just maybe,
I could prolong 7:48 in the evening
Of April 2, 2011.
I think they call this 'conservation of angular momentum'.
So correct me if I'm wrong:
If the sudden movement of the crust
(no more than 30 miles thick)
Could shorten the day by 1.8 microseconds,
Then I have a lot of spinning to do
To push back the dawn, even a little.