Ms. Hennessey, our principal, misses us.
- In the first verse of the song, it clearly mentions being "miles away", implying that we are not in the same town; the third verse then says that the singer's heart is "breaking down this long-distance line tonight", but since we all attend the same school, aren't we in the same town?
- Also in the first verse, the lyric says, "I'm wondering why you left". We all know why "you" left - because the school has been closed for the holidays, right?
- Is it true that when she hears my "name in certain circles", it always makes her smile?
- How confusing is this song? "I ain't missing you at all/Since you've been gone away/No I ain't missing you no matter what my friends say/I ain't missing you/I ain't missing you/I can lie to myself." Is she missing us, or not?
- Is it implied in this presentation that Ms. Hennessey shoveled the parking lot and sidewalks all by herself?
- Some have criticized the principal for dancing on the library table, but dancing on tables is only inappropriate in certain settings and while wearing certain attire.
- Did she know that today was not a scheduled Eagle Pride Day, and that school employees are supposed to abide by the district's official dress code?
- Finally, what is an elementary school principal thinking by using a song with the word ain't in it?