Anybody Seen the Class of ‘73?

Words & Music by A. (Alfred) Thomas Hill

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Classmates,

 

I'm providing a "dry" vocal track for the song this weekend.  Haven't had opportunity to add music track yet.  Hope you at least enjoy the lyrics.  Will upload a completed work with music in a few weeks.

 

 

Unfortunately, I won't be able to be with you this weekend, but wanted to invite you to be my guest at our Super Sunday: Family & Friends Day service and dinner (free) next Sunday, September 24, 2017, 11am.  Click here for details.  Would love to see you!

 

A. Hill

Has anybody seen the class of 73

From Chicago to Maine, to the foothills of Tennessee

I wondered if ever again I’d see

The class that was and will always be

Has anybody seen the class of ‘73.

 

You can look high and low

You can search far and wide

They’re bound to be somewhere close to Shortridge High

Maybe they’re afraid to speak

Or maybe just resting in peace

But can anybody find the class of ‘73

 

Has anybody seen the class of ‘73

It’s been 40 long years and they may have changed you see

But if you ask around you might happen to find

A wise old man or a lady refined

Still proud to be named in the class of ‘73

 

           Just look for a doctor, a lawyer, a preacher or just a good ole friend

           Cause ‘73 produced the best of women and men

          

Anybody seen the class of ‘73

Tell’em  I’m still here and I’m wondering - where could you be

And if we never meet on this earth again

There’s a final reunion in heaven my friend

And there I hope to see my class from ‘73

 

You can look high and low

You can search far and wide

They’re bound to be somewhere close to Shortridge High

Maybe they’re afraid to speak

Or maybe just resting in peace (it doesn’t matter)

Cause I’m proud to be a part of the class of ‘73

I’ll always remember the class of ‘73

 

 
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