Bainbridge Central High School - Class of 1940
Billy is our president
So we're careful of what's to be said
But we know Bill's the kind
Who really won't mind
His laugh would awaken the dead.
Donald is a quiet lad
Who never says a lot
But whenever Gertrude appears
He's Johnny-on-the spot!
Donald came to us from Sidney
With manners mild and meek
But it seems that he is always bothered
By something that's all Greek
Janet never spares us
If we don't do the things we should
But she never scares us
Though her acting's very good.
Some told her we suspect
that eyes so dark should flash the while
We agree and add this bit
They look as lovely in a smile.
A hurricane passed over town
And everyone looked up and down
A tidal wave struck hard one day
And swept most everything away
Shrieks and growns that wake the dead
Were heard--the people shrugged and said
And so now when anything arises
The people no longer suffer surprises
We wonder if Jimmy'll ever learn
The answer anywhere
To "Why do you always open your mouth
When I gently pull your hair!"