Senior year is finally here, the time is now.
Before we graduate, let's take a bow.
We've grown up so fast, let's make our final moments together last.
We've had tons of fun, now our work here is done.
We'll never forget all the friendships we've won.
We're all here, so let's give a cheer!
Our high school years have gone by fast.
Let's focus on the future, not the past.
High school's been like a flight, let's go into the light.
Freshman, sophomore, and junior year was a lot of fun.
Now that we're seniors, our work is almost done.
It's almost time to graduate, there's no time to wait.
Let's submit those college applications, before it's too late.
Whenever we leave, let's not forget.
All the memories we've shared, all the people we've met.
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