Teacher's Day Songs Essay

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Teacher's Day Songs
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Teacher is someone who inspires you, encourages you and makes you capable enough to face all the odds of life. This is why a special day, known as Teacher's Day, is dedicated to teachers, providing students the perfect chance to honor them. Teacher’s day songs provide one of the best ways to pay regards to our lovable teachers. These songs are one of the finest ways of expression, as they express the depth of our feelings, that too is a musical way. There are lots of songs that have been dedicated to the teachers. On Teacher's Day, you can dedicate one of these songs to your teacher, on radio or TV. You can even gift a collection of such songs to your teacher, in the form of a CD or DVD. Some of the most popular Teacher's Day songs have been given here.
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and say
Teacher I, teacher I, teacher I, Teacher I need you
I have to write a letter
Tell about my feelings
Just to let her know the scene
Focus my attention
On some further education
In connection with the birdies and the bees
So I'm sitting in the classroom
I'm looking like a zombie
I'm waiting for the bell to ring
I've got John Wayne stances
I've got Erroll Flynn advances
And it doesn't mean a doggone thing

Teacher Teacher
By Dragonette

I’m so glad to finally reach ya
You know how I wanna treat ya
You’re my very favorite teacher, teacher
It’s my turn to learn ya something
Won’t no one be turnin’ us in
No one ever tells on teacher, teacher
If it’s against the rules
I won’t go back to school

Don’t know too much but I know enough
I learned a little bit about the good stuff
Not too much but I know enough
I learned the good stuff

Tell me where to meet ya, teacher
So I can complete ya, teacher
A little one on one will get things done
Daddy said he’s going to beat ya
Mama’s going to call the preacher
Teacher you an I we’re on the run
So it’s against the rules
I won’t go back to school

Don’t know too much but I know enough
I learned a little bit about the good stuff
Not too much but I know enough
I learned a little bit about the good stuff
I learned a little bit about the good stuff
I learned a little bit about the good stuff
I learned a little bit about the good stuff
I learned a little bit about the good stuff

(Good stuff) I learned a little bit about the good stuff

Got somethin’ I wanna teach ya
Demonstrate my favorite feature
Betcha that you’ll like this teacher, teacher
I’m so glad to finally reach ya
You know how I’m gonna treat ya
You’re my very favorite teacher, teacher

Don’t know too much but I know enough
I learned a little bit about the good stuff
Not too much but I know enough
I learned a little bit about the good stuff
Don’t know too much but I know enough
I learned a little bit about the good stuff
Not too much but I know enough
I learned a little bit about the good stuff

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