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A North Carolina high school principal took off some serious highs during the school’s graduation ceremony on Sunday.
Principal Marcus Gause surprised the graduates of T. Wingate Andrews High School in High Point, NC with an interpretation of Whitney Houston’s “I Will Always Love You.”
The graduates began to cheer and applaud when Gause began to sing the vocally tricky song – a cappella no less.
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The video of the performance was uploaded to social media by school board member Winston McGregor.
Gause told ABC News on Wednesday that he was nervous about the song being performed by music icons like Whitney Houston and Dolly Parton who wrote it, “but the lyrics were really what I was trying to portray to my students.”
One student said he would “never forget” that Gause auditioned for the graduates. “He’s a big part of why I am who I am today,” said the student.
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Gause added, “One of the things the pandemic really taught us is that we need more love. The students know that we love them and care for them. ”