When there's a contract, then call us maybe





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Published on Sep 13, 2012

Chicago teachers on strike singing a cover of "Call Me Maybe" promoting a fair contract for teachers, families, and students.

Special thanks to:
Burr Elementary
Hayt Elementary
Peirce Elementary
Swift Elementary
Uplift Community High School

New lyrics © Uplift Teachers for Social Justice

Original song: "Call Me Maybe" by Carly Rae Jepsen

We miss the sound of the bell.
Our schools aren't something to sell.
We got a story to tell.
The Board is in our way.

Our complaints we could list.
Teachers have just one wish:
To get back to our kids.
The Board is in our way.

Our line was holdin'.
Red shirts, all a glowin'
Union pride, we were showin'
Where's our contract going, baby?

Hey, we've been striking,
And this is crazy.
When there's a contract,
call us maybe.

We've been striking for so long
We want to stop that.
We want to stop that.
We want to stop, stop that.

We've missed teaching for long.
We want to go back.
We want to go back.
We want to go, go back.

(Repeat from chorus)


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