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Louise Mundinger, Music Department, 1986–2020

Sung to the tune of “One” from A Chorus Line

One

Singular sensation

Every little note she played

One

Thrilling combination

We’re so glad that she stayed.

We smiled for 34 years as she helped us sing

Walk by her room and you’d always hear voices ring

Ten!——- trips to Persan France, Middle Schoolers oo la la

Les baguette et chocolate Je ne c’est—— quoi!——-

Ooh! Sigh! Scarves that draw attention

Do! I! really have to mention

She’s—— Lou——-ise——–

One

Chorus Line performance

And the band began to freeze

Lots

Of Artstravaganzas

Brought the crowd to their knees

Eight Octet voices as smooth as a new Rolls-Royce

The way she helped many freshmen find their voice

Soooooo

Many musicals

For the Middle School la la

We could not have done          

    such shows without her

Oo! Sigh! Check out her beret

We! could! sing with her all day!

She’s Lou-ise!

Go to www.milton.edu/news/mundinger to listen.

LYRICS AND PERFORMANCE BY KELLI EDWARDS, ELEZA KORT,
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