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WATCH: Berklee Students Celebrate Boston Snow Record

Students from Boston's Berklee College of Music are celebrating Boston's historic snowfall through song.

The 2014- 2015 winter season is officially the snowiest in Boston's recorded history with 108.6 inches measured Sunday at Logan International Airport. Students from the city's Berklee College of Music are celebrating the historic snowfall with song! Listen to the tune written by Berklee student Michael Martinez, and join in the conversation using #BostonRules on social media.

Verse 1:
Tell me now why we're the city with snow falling everyday
Call a plow start shovelin' and doin' anything to clear the way
Tell me how I haven't seen my car for 30 days
Stand my ground is surely what my father in California would say

Pre:
But don't speak another word
We broke the record, yeah

Chorus:
You could get lost in the city of Boston
You don't even have to try
With the snow six feet high
But don't get lonely just cause it's still snowing outside
Today might be another snow day bummer
But I'm counting down the days till summer

Verse 2:
We said "wicked" when snow started fallin' but now we're calling it out
And sayin "quit it" though we won the superbowl snow has taken its toll
But shout out to NECN who got us through with an update or two or
Three or four, I honestly lost track after ten

Pre:
So if you're done with traffic jams
Just raise your hands

Chorus:
You could get lost in the city of Boston
You don't even have to try
With the snow six feet high
But don't get lonely just cause it's still snowing outside
Today might be another snow day bummer
But I'm counting down the days till summer

Another snow day
Another no day
Another no day
I think we're over it 

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