God I still remember Patrick Marquez singing â€œPretty Womanâ€ in the sixth grade talent show. He was a shy Philipino kid whom of course I noticed, there being like two Asians in my school and all, though of course, we did not speak to each other. He had enough confidence to sing and burgeoning friendships with popular kids, so had he stayed in my school system, perhaps heâ€™d have ended up okay, socially speaking. They got three other popular boys to back him up on guitar, drums, and bass, and a little popular girl get on stage to walk during the spoken part of the song, where Roy Orbison says â€œwell okayâ€ in a glum, tired-ass, I-give-up voice but then perks up when the girl waits and turns back to him, and starts seeing â€œOh wait, what do I see? Sheâ€™s walking back to me.â€ It was totally adorable and I canâ€™t imagine corralling children into choreo. Itâ€™s also funny to me that teachers make children act out to the songs that were popular in their youth. I love that actually.