Shanley High School - School Song

School Song

Forward for Shanley High

Never give up and don't say die!

We will cheer our team to victory

We will keep our spirits high!

You Rah! Rah!

Forward to Shanley High

We will fight to win this game!

We will Fight, Fight Fight.

We will Cheer, Cheer, Cheer.

Victory for our Shanley High!


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