A SONG FOR A BUMPY ROAD

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A SONG FOR A BUMPY ROAD

H. Roberts

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H. Roberts

H. Roberts

H. Roberts

H. Roberts

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Hannah Roberts, Editor-in-Chief

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(To the tune of Frosty the Snowman)

Bumpity Bump Bump

Bumpity Bump Bump

Look at children cry

Bumpity Bump Bump

Bumpity Bump Bump

Over the ruined roads

Bumpity Bump Bump

Bumpity Bump Bump

Who thought it was a good idea to put 1400 students in one building,

Most of which can’t drive,

And let them all park in these little lots…

Bumpity Bump Bump

Bumpity Bump Bump

Especially when they can’t even drive in?

Bumpity Bump Bump

Bumpity Bump Bump

Over the 10 potholes we go (woah woah woah oh)

Bumpity Bump Bump

Bumpity Bump Bump

Look at the cars go

As they hydroplane and run into two trees

Bumpity Bump Bump

Bumpity Bump Bump

To high school we go

 

All jokes aside, even though I will definitely be singing this frosty remix on my way to school in the mornings now, the quality that our roads should be can be agreed upon by everyone. In too many local areas, our infrastructure needs improvements, but one of the first priorities should be the safety of citizens, especially youth. When novice drivers are heading into school nervous about weather conditions, parking, and the amount of people, the last thing that we need is to have to struggle over a nightmarish road that too many students have wrecked on. If driving safety is as important as we are taught it is, then why are the chances of wrecking increased right next to a high school?

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