Social media is loving one Tennessee teacher’s ‘Snow’ parody

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STRAWBERRY PLAINS, Tenn. — It’s not just the students who are keeping their fingers crossed for a snow day.

Third grade teacher Mary Morris from Strawberry Plains, Tennessee took her creativity, paired it with Adele’s “Hello”,  and the result is social media gold.

The song is simply called “Snow.”

“I love it when I get the call that I don’t have to work at all…I can stay in bed, watch Netflix all day…I can even spend it in my PJs if I want,” sings Morris.

The official music video has more than 215,000 view and over 190 comments.

The original video of Morris performing the song after inservice has over 500,000 views.

Morris said she wrote the song for all of the teachers as they all await that phone call telling them it’s a snow day.

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