Christina Phan

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School Is Out


School is out
No more getting up early
Just having fun
No more annoy teachers and homework
Summer is here

School is out
Come on and scream with me
I just want to chill out and relax
After long year of school and hardwork
Summer is here

School is out
I can do what ever I want
Staying up late, having party/sleepover
I can be crazy and loud if I want and noone can stop me
Summer is here

School is out
No more lectures from teachers
No more rules or detetion
Hanging with my friends
Going to beach and having all fun I can
Summer is here

School is out
Wohooo, yea
All I want to do is scream and dance
No more never end work and annoy people
It's all about fun in the sun
Summer is here

School is out
No more getting up early
Just having fun
No more annoy teachers and homework
Summer is here
School is out

Submitted: Saturday, June 06, 2009
Edited: Tuesday, December 20, 2011

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