ALL CLASSES sing this song:
Gotta get to class.Gotta get to class.Gotta get to class. Gotta gotta get to class
Can’t get enough of this way out school,
where everybody sings and everything is cool.
The teachers are great, but to get an “A,” you gotta show up and sing all day.
ALL CLASSES will sing this song:
Hail to thee, oh Harmony High. Hail to thee, we sing.
As the many years go by, let your rafters ring (let them ring).
Hail to thee the finest place to be, as we learn in harmony (harmony).
At H.H.S. We all belong, and life is a beautiful song, YES!
Life is a beautiful song.
This song will be performed by Ms. McElheny's and Mrs. Lange's classes:
We sing in the morning, we sing in the afternoon.
There's nothing we can't learn if you put it in a tune.
So go ahead and test us, we'll never get it wrong.
As long as in your lesson plan we learn it with a song.
This song will be performed by Ms. Haywood's and Mrs. O'Donnell's classes:
Small Fry: There are things in life, that don’t seem fair at all: Some kids grow to six foot six, while some stay very small. Some can run forever, or climb an eight foot wall, but I can’t do a push-up and I sure can’t catch a ball. But here at this new school, everything’s a hymn and size just doesn’t matter, so I’m even good at gym!
Doesn’t really matter if you’re short or tall. Pogo sticks and volleyball,
long as there is rhythm, you can do it all.
This song will be performed by Mrs. Novak's and Mrs. Riebe's classes:
Solo: Behold! Behold! Sing out a great hurrah! Behold, the cooks of the cafeteria.
Class: We are the cooks of the cafeteria. We pack a punch. We serve you lunch.
We are the cooks of the cafeteria, up with the sun, work never done.
We always offer all the very best in school cuisine,
salad and dessert and a starch in between.
We love to see your hungry faces waiting in line!
This is what we live for, it’s time to dine!
Give three cheers, “hip hip and hoorah”
For the cooks of the cafeteria.
Choir will sing this song:
The room is close. The air is hot. School is cool; detention not!
You start to sweat. Your throat is dry. You’re so upset, you want to cry.
What a mess. It’s all bad news, big time stress...
the in-school detention blues.
The chair is rough. You’re bored to death. You find it tough to catch your breath.
Not so nice. You did the crime. Busted twice, you’re doin’ time.
You stare at the wall. You stare at your shoes. You’re the one who’s got
the in-school detention blues.
This song will be performed by Mrs. Styrczula's class:
Dr. Mendeleyev: No don’t be shy, just wait and see, we’re learning science musically.
Come on everybody, grab a smock. This science class is about to rock!
Class: Oooooo. Bop bop ba dooo.
Hands up, hands down, kick your feet up off the ground.
Twist your body left and right and nail the properties of light.
Dr. Mendeleyev: Once again now!
All Classes will sing this song:
La la, la-la-la-la la-la! La La La.
Sometimes life seems quite unfair, and everything goes wrong.
When your day’s beyond repair, you can make it better with a song.
Singing and friends go hand in hand, its very clear to see.
Moving through life can be so grand when you’re in harmony.
Life is a beautiful song and today is a beautiful day.
When we sing together we all get along and life is a beautiful song.
Oh, Life is a beautiful song.