[When It's Finals Week And You've Been Studying For Five Hours Straight, You Need Three Things To Get You Through The Nigh.The Biggest Slurpee You Can Find,half Cherry Half Coke.Pajama Pants, The Kind That Have Been Washed So Many Times They Are Tissue-paper Thin. And Finally,dace Breaks.Lots Of Dance Breaks.]

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