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A Night to Remember (Original Version)

by Various Artists

High School Musical 3: Senior Year by Various Artists

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A Night to Remember (Original Version)

by Various Artists

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Label: Walt Disney
OMG, you guys. Can you believe it's senior year already? Seems like only yesterday adults were writing this thing off. Now chapter three's on the big screen, and we're all wondering what's going to happen to Troy and Gabriella (and Zac and Vanessa) after "graduation." If the greater strength and maturity of the singing here is any indication, they just might make it in the real world. But don't think HSM's turned into a stuffy grown-up affair: Senior Year is still packed full of whispered harmonies, hyperactive group numbers and Sharpay's plots to take over the world. Some things never change.

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OMG, you guys. Can you believe it's senior year already? Seems like only yesterday adults were writing this thing off. Now chapter three's on the big screen, and we're all wondering what's going to happen to Troy and Gabriella (and Zac and Vanessa) after "graduation." If the greater strength and maturity of the singing here is any indication, they just might make it in the real world. But don't think HSM's turned into a stuffy grown-up affair: Senior Year is still packed full of whispered harmonies, hyperactive group numbers and Sharpay's plots to take over the world. Some things never change.

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OMG, you guys. Can you believe it's senior year already? Seems like only yesterday adults were writing this thing off. Now chapter three's on the big screen, and we're all wondering what's going to happen to Troy and Gabriella (and Zac and Vanessa) after "graduation." If the greater strength and maturity of the singing here is any indication, they just might make it in the real world. But don't think HSM's turned into a stuffy grown-up affair: Senior Year is still packed full of whispered harmonies, hyperactive group numbers and Sharpay's plots to take over the world. Some things never change.