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SENIOR CLASS SONG

Tune: "Amen" by Howard Hewitt
Lyrics by: Jerry Rayner, Angel Harris, LaShonda Wynn

Goodbye
First verse
It;s time to say goodbye for now,
We're leaving all our friends behind
But before we go, there's something we'd
like to say.

Everything's not what it seems
There's a stronger class behind the scenes,
By using our self-esteen\m.
It's right there when we call.

Wilson is where our strength lies
Where we learned things beyond the skies.
Teaches taught us what we had  learn
It's up to us to give a try.

Second Verse
We know there 're some who don't believe
That we were made o achieve.
We'll accomplich all our dreams, though
things don't go our way.

But to be without is not our dream
We'll make an effort to succeed, and
all the dreams that we have, those dreams
that will always last . . . .

We didn'thave to beg or crawl,
that's why we're standing proud and tall.
We'll leave our ever-lasting love.
We are the class of '88!

Chorus
We thank you, Wilson High, for giving us this
last chance, to graduate and leanding a helping hand.
We sing out loud,
We sing all day.
This song was made by us to give to all of you.
Our love and devotion will see us through.
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  John “Eddie” Lee ’68