Susan Johnson finally gets out of trouble for singing the ballad of James Connolly.
Adrianna's mom: Oh no. I feel bad. I got in trouble for misbehaving at James Connolly's funeral. Then, I got arrested for ditching my daughter's birthday and then I got Warren-Style punishments for escaping jail. What should I do? I got it. I will sing the Ballad of James Connolly.
A large crowd had gathered outside of Kilmainham.
With their heads all uncovered they knelt on the ground.
For inside that grim prison was a brave Irish soldier.
His life for his country about to lay down.
He went to his death like a true son of Ireland.
The firing party he bravely did face.
Then the order rang out, "Present arms and fire!"
James Connolly fell into a ready-made grave.
The black flag was hoisted and the cruel deed was over.
Gone was the man who loved Ireland so well.
There was many's a sad heart in Dublin that morning.
When they murdered James Connolly, the Irish Rebel.
God's curse on you England, you cruel hearted Monster!
Your deeds they will shame all the devil's in Hell.
There are no flowers blooming but the shamrock's still growing.
On the grave of James Connolly, the Irish Rebel.
Many years have gone by since the Irish Rebellion.
When the guns of Britannia so loudly did speak.
Then the bold IRA stood shoulder to shoulder.
And the blood from their bodies flowed down Sackville Street.
The Four Courts of Dublin the English Bombarded.
Our spirit of freedom they tried hard to quell.
But above all the din came the cry...
(voice changes to Kidaroo) NO SURRENDER!
(normal voice) 'Twas the voice of James Connolly, the Irish Rebel.
Adrianna's dad: Susan, thank you for singing the ballad of James Connolly. That was better than what you did at James Connolly's funeral.
Adrianna: I agree with your husband Mom.
Adrianna's mom: Same here, Adrianna. I love you.
This is the first time Adrianna's mom gets ungrounded.
This is also the sequel to Adrianna's mom misbehaves at James Connolly's funeral.